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"Absolutely fantastic recipe. Cakelike, moist, and fluffy, with a crisp exterior and a just-crumbly-enough texture. Followed the instructions exactly, except that I baked it in a No. 6 cast iron pan. It came out perfectly in 30 minutes on a Samsung gas range. It keeps okay - it was still good one day later. Will definitely repeat."
"Made these as written. Microwaved for 5 minutes in a 1300 watt microwave, and they came out perfectly. Makes about 5/8"-thick brownies in an 8x8 in. pan. More fudge than cake, but an excellent last-minute snack for brownie cravings."
"This recipe tastes OK, but it is not quite authentic Costa Rican Gallo Pinto. I wanted to see if I could make something that didn't require Salsa Lizano, but I think it's the worchestershire sauce and ginger that give it that vaguely off-taste. Cilantro and Salsa Lizano is a must!"
"Everyone loves this dip. It's chunky, warm, and fattening... which makes it perfect for winter evenings. You can also mix everything together and bake for half an hour at 350 (if you already have your oven on), but I love the stove-top method. It's SO much faster! Thanks!"
"Wow - this is definitely a rich, creamy, amazing, and as another reviewer said, restaurant-quality side-dish. I tinkered with it a bit - I replaced the salt with garlic salt, added some onion powder to taste (about 1/8 tsp), and stirred in a shot of anejo tequila (dark, not light) before adding the pasta. It gave the sauce a full, lovely flavor...."
"This is a great basic sidedish recipe. I used stone-ground cornmeal (or you can use Bob's Red Mill Polenta). It is similar to grits. The chicken stock really gives it a rich taste. I forgot the butter, so at the end, I mixed in 6 oz. of shredded sharp cheddar cheese, 1 TBS butter, and pepper to taste, and it still tasted great. Not really a "..."
"Cream puffs turned out just like the pictures. I also got way more filling than necessary, so I will halve the recipe next time and use unsalted butter. Also, found cream puffs were a little large, so made them 1.5-2 inches in diameter to make them bite-sized. Skipped the chocolate and dusted with powdered sugar. Good reviews from several coup..."
"6 lb. duck, 1/8 cup salt, lots of fresh cracked pepper, 1 TBS caraway seeds. Mixed together, spread over and inside duck. Omitted water entirely. Foil covered & roasted for 30 min. on 375, then uncovered and roasted at 325-350 for 2 hrs. Crispy skin & fall-off-the-bone meat! Thanks!"
"After making this recipe multiple times, I am revising to 5-stars; this recipe is pretty forgiving (I used olive oil once; while vegetable oil makes a more cake-like batter, i.e., "not runny", it still baked OK), easy to make, and results in fluffy, moist cake bars. Also works well for cupcakes."
"Easy, economical, and refreshing during the summer. We reserve a little bit of the Jell-o powder, and mix it into the Cool Whip until it's dissolved; it's an easy frosting that matches the color of your cake."