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"Absolutely delicious! Changes: made my own Italian style sausage using lean ground turkey meat and added some squeezes of honey at the end to balance out all the savoriness - it's now one of our new favorite pasta dishes. This is perfect anytime -but especially on a chilly day or nite- it almost feels like a hearty bowl of chili, but instead ..."
Jan 7, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Do it! I researched several recipes before settling on this one-and I am happy I did! Only changes were that i Added another 1/4 cup of parmigiano so it could be a bit more prominent and only did 2 egg yolks- and these were delicious! I overworked the dough on purpose since my husband and I like our gnocchi dense and heavy, not light and fluffy! S ..."
Nov 3, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"For only using 1 egg, 11 oz of diet cherry 7up and 1/2 tsp of baking soda plus yellow cake mix- this cake was extremely tasty AND moist, but you have to be very delicate when handling it as it can fall apart on you quite easily, since it is just barely being held together... I sprayed original pam on 2 9" round nonstick cake pans-baked at 325 deg..."
Oct 16, 2011 on Food.com
"Even better warmed up and served with ice cream!!!! I used 5 oz semi sweet and 1 oz milk chocolate-was great...I didn't have buttermilk - so I made my own by combining milk & vinegar-also turned out well taste wise, but took a little longer to set up all the way. Not a chocolate lover, but I would make again for anyone that is!"
May 9, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Easy and so worth the effort! Before we felt like we could only have souffles at restaurants, IF they even offered them on the menu, but now we feel like we can make this at home, ourselves, ANYTIME!!! My husband loves white chocolate, so I actually bought Lindt's white chocolate truffles, poppep them in the freezer and voila the center was done ..."
Feb 13, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This was a pretty good snack - a bit too greasy in the end... I know it's fried but they tots absorbed too much oil for our taste - but still not a bad treat....I did mine with instant mashed potatoes and high quality swiss cheese and pepperoni chunks-tasty-the cheese was nice and melty but stayed inside the tot- so it worked very well! If you us ..."
Feb 12, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Made this to use up some cream cheese that was coming up on it's date!Easy to make-used a 1/4 less sugar than called for and added another teaspon of cinnamon since I love the flavor-it was good! My husband doesn't like cake and he thought it was so so good. For me, I was expecting the top to be more firm and dense like a cheesecake-but it was s ..."
Nov 16, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"Super easy and tasty. Only thing different was I added 1 regular potato and 1 sweet potato- sweet and salty mix was great.(It doesn't say how long to boil potatoes but I found that 10 minutes on a high boil did the trick for 2 potatoes diced.Hardly added any salt since chorizo is well seasoned. And since we ate this in corn tortillas, we topp ..."
Oct 26, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"We needed a quick dinner fix tonight so I used frozen cheese tortellini, used half the amount of butter called for (fearing it would be way too greasy & I am glad I did!kept same amount of balsamic & halved the other ingredients.It turned out great!!Had no splashing issues since it says to turn of the heat, I poured slowly & that worked perfectly. ..."
Oct 19, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"I made half this recipe and used frozen strawberries and strawberry preserves and left out the liquor all together - it was great! I used it to make a Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake and used the sauce to marble my cheesecake-worked very well- not too light or dense... And you can easily make it less dense by adding some water to thin it out, or mak ..."
Sep 9, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com