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"First brownies in Israel! As-is, I was immediately suspicious that these wouldn't have enough chocolate. Checking with similar recipes, I bumped the cocoa up almost to half a cup, which was just right. Everything else, I kept the same. Probably baked hotter than directed (using a toaster oven which is very imprecise), just until the top c..."
"Quick, easy, yummy! I used 1/2 the amount of gelatin (14g) because 1oz/28g it seemed like a LOT. Even with cutting down the amount, I had a bit of difficulty getting all the gelatin to dissolve in such a small amount of liquid; the boiling water cooled off way too fast. So I heated the water/gelatin mix a bit, gently, on the stovetop, and it di..."
"Very yummy, and a nice change from sweet corn puddings. I would make this again with soup and maybe a salad as it doesn't exactly carry an entire meal on its own. Also, I used homemade creamed corn, which was delicious, but dryer than the canned variety and I think it made the corn pudding just a tad dry. Added a bit of milk but it was sti..."
"Very decent lemon bars. Made the crust with healthy margarine (SmartBalance / EarthBalance?) in the food processor. Then used the food processor to make the filling, so these went together super-fast and yummily enjoyed by all. I prefer a bit of zest in the crust, which adds a subtle lemony element, so I would probably add that next time. Prob..."
"Started with ground blanched almonds, so I had to guesstimate the quantities, but it turned out perfectly. <1 minute pulsing in the food processor for a world of almondy deliciousness. Yum!"
"Thanks! This rose perfectly (like another reviewer, I was worried it was too small for the pan, so I let it rise, lightly covered in plastic wrap, for half an hour before baking). It's a delightful not-too-sweet pareve treat, and a great way to use extra starter!"
"Rich and yummy! Used fake broth (pareve chicken soup mix) but otherwise verbatim and wow - what an awesome combination of flavours. Kind of like sumptuous, decadent mac & cheese. ;-) A hit with grownups, big & little kids. Made as a main, but it presents itself more like a side dish, so I'd probably pair it with something next time... perhaps..."
"Very nice; tastes pretty much how I remembered it. I scaled this way down and somewhat guessed at the proportions, but it worked out. Also, no dried mustard, so I used a bit of dijon (n yellow mustard either). Probably a more sophisticated "whiz" than the original, but still nicely spreadable, with just the right flavour."
"Well, it's definitely a poached egg, and it's definitely yummy, but there's only one of it. :-) The egg was also overdone after 48 seconds, so less time in my microwave, I guess. I would love to know what timing / quantities can be used for multiple eggs - like maybe TWO? One looks so lonely..."