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"This cake is great. My little nephew was diagnosed with chocolate allergy just before Easter, so I made him this cake, but as easter egg shaped muffins. Didn't time how long it took to cook them, just took them out when they looked ready. This batter was really wet."
"This was fabulous! I didn't use a shallow pan. I used a dish about 20cm in diametre and piled everything into it. Didn't have half-and-half (not sure what this is, half-cream/half-milk?) so I used just plain full cream milk. Also didn't have cream so I didn't make the sauce. The pudding was great all by itself. Will DEFINITELY make this one ..."
"This soup is fabulous. Even Hubby liked it, and he's not at all into soup! I also added a diced parsnip because my non-crock pot recipe includes this."
"This was excellent, and I didn't even marinate the cucumber overnight (just a few hours) so it probably tastes even better if you actually do what the recipe says!!! The first time I made it, I halved the recipe and forgot to halve the mayo - still tasted great."
"This was absolutely delicious. I don't usually make dishes with loads of garlic on a weeknight, but I couldn't resist the sound of this one. It was worth it though. I'm going to have to make it for my workmates as a peace offering though, I think. I used tempeh, and it broke up a bit in the stew, so I'll chop it into larger chunks next time. ..."
"I found this recipe rather difficult to follow. Here's what I did. I poached the tempeh in the tamari/stock mixture, drained it and then fried the tempeh in a little oil in a pan on top of the stove. When it was browned, I threw in the onion, capsicum and pineapple, with the addition of broccoli, carrots and zucchini. Next time I will use the ..."
"This was fabulous! I haven't tried Tempeh before as it hasn't previously been available in my town. I can see this becoming one of those dishes I cook often."