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"Used this for my first attempt at making marmalade, and it turned out terrific! It thickened up perfectly, and had just the right amount of sweetness. Love this recipe!"
"This is my favorite scone recipe of all time!
A few suggestions:
- If you use parchment paper under them, they will turn a nice, even, light brown
- Mix the butter into the flour mixture with your fingers. It takes a little longer, but it's worth it. I've tried using a pastry blender and a cuisinart, but neither method worked as well. ..."
"i have made this several times and keep coming back to it. The only modifications i make are fresh grated ginger and garlic (instead of powdered), and flour tortillas instead of flatbread. The sauce, as others have noted, is killer. The chicken can be barbequed over coals, gas, or grill pan inside, but adding soaked mesquite chips to the fire add..."
"Easier to make than the type that calls for egg whites, and they also took less time to dry. I liked the sugar/cornstarch dusting powder. The one minor drawback is that if you don't want them to be pink, you have to find candies without the red, i.e.- not starlite mints (suggestions anyone?). My 4YO daughter thought they were the greatest things ..."
"I tried this recipe and the other one currently posted (#167803), and both turned out great, although these are a bit less "squishy". One thing to consider is that most of the other recipes say to cook the sugar mixture to 240-260 degrees, not 360, so i wonder if 360 is too much. I liked the look of these better, but but i think cooking the sugar ..."
"This might not last through the first day at my house. I added a couple of tsps of vanilla to the recipe, and used regular milk with a dash of lemon juice because i was out of buttermilk. Baking time was 65 minutes, and it could have stayed in a couple minutes longer. Also, the top of the loaf was dry enough after 30 min of bake time that i couldn..."
"Yum! I didn't have any raw pecans, so i cheated and used some candied ones from Trader Joe's (they have a carmelized sugar coating and a little cinnamon in them). The cookies turned out terrific -- a hot cup of espresso goes pretty well with them too. :-)"
"This cake was amazing --moist but not too heavy, and great flavor. This is one that probably should be stored in the fridge if you use cream cheese frosting. The only variance from the recipe was to use about 1 cup more powdered sugar than the frosting recipe called for -- it was too thin without it.I meant to take a picture, but it disappeared ..."
"I used penne pasta both times i made this dish, and it worked fine. The first time i used cream, as the recipe says, and the second time i used 1% milk. Didn't turn out as well with the milk, but was still good -- just not the thick, yummy sauce that only cream will give you."