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"WOW, how yummy. This is a recipe to keep. I overdosed the salad with the onion(white onion that I scalded and the kids still helped me clean the bowl down to the last drop. Used ordinary cream as no sour, and had no dill, so extra parsley. Can't wait to try it with these two ingredients."
Mar 24, 2011 on Food.com
"Wow, can't believe I haven't got around to reviewing this recipe. Have always had flops with jam in the past, but hate to waste and my husband bought a lime and then a cumquat tree! The first batch turned out absolutely beautifully. Set perfectly and the kids just loved it also. Tried it then with cumquats and 1/2 raw, 1/2 rapadura sugar and a..."
Aug 9, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a quick easy to make recipe. The pastry worked REALLY well for me. I have made it my sweet pastry base from now on. Don't make the pastry too thin, cause that's when I ran into trouble. Absolutely delicious. Added dried sugared ginger for a little extra zing. I made 3 batches in quick succession before we slowed down!! Made them in patty c..."
Mar 31, 2009 on Food.com
"What a winner. Not enough cauliflower so added broccoli. Used mashed potato instead of bread crumbs. Seasoned with Parsley and garlic salt. Snapped up by 5 and 7 year old, and I fought for the leftovers. :-"
Mar 1, 2009 on Food.com
"This dessert is perfect. Super easy to make. Enjoyed by all. Thanks. You will need 680gms of rhubarb which is approx one bunch. The oven temp is 190C. I didnt' bother to grease the glass oven dish I used and didn't sit it on a baking sheet."
Jan 23, 2009 on Food.com
"Super, super easy to make and tasty to boot! I coloured it with beetroot powder (allergy considerations and it gave it a slightly tangy flavour that everyone loved. Note: It looks lovely and glossy for about 36hrs and then starts to 'deflate'. An absolute winner that I will use again. My daughter enjoyed her 'poodle' cake and the icing held t..."
Oct 15, 2008 on Food.com
"Yum. A good blending of flavours. I will add more thyme and sage next time, as I love these flavours. I also added a heaped teasp of mustard, and some milk and butter to the potatoes as I mashed them. Thanks."
Oct 15, 2008 on Food.com
"This was voted a winner by all the family. I misread step one, and put in all the sugar, so don't get distracted while putting the base together. Super easy to make and the crunchy sweet base was well balanced by the tart of the rhubarb in the middle. Thanks for posting."
Aug 15, 2008 on Food.com
"Delicious. I doubled the sugar and used stone ground cider mustard paste instead of dry. Thanks for posting."
Jul 9, 2008 on Food.com
"Yummo. The dijon mustard and the cheese on top makes it. I pureed all of it."
Jun 21, 2008 on Food.com