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"This was a great Sunday dinner. I made a couple modifications: used a crockpot, so the paste didn't get crispy, but it was still terrific. I also added a can of cream of chicken soup for moisture and it made wonderful gravy for our garlic mashed potatoes. I would eliminate the extra salt next time because I think the soup added enough. Anothe..."
"Great stuff for a cold night! I didn't have any cayenne, but it was great even without. I almost wonder if the cayenne wouldn't compete with the interesting combination of paprika and caraway- but in any event, it's a keeper in our house. I did add quite a few more potatoes and carrots than was called for."
"Great- I sub'd beef and beef broth for chicken; otherwise left it all the same and it was terrific! This recipe makes a lot! Something to look forward to for lunch today."
"Probably the best Chinese I've ever cooked. I didn't have the hoisin sauce, but even without, it was terrific."
"Just made this one for my own birthday and it was very successful. My only modification might be to make the cake as 2- 8" layers and then spread the caramel, chips and nuts as a filling between them, topping with the remaining chips and nuts. I didn't like the way the edges of the caramel got "crunchy" after cooking."
"As easy as it was good. I used onion salt instead of plain salt, which was a good addition. Also, I let it set up for about 10 minutes after I took it out of the oven."
"The truly grand finale to our Cinco de Mayo party. I cooked them about 20 minutes- but I tend to like my brownies pretty soft. They were terrific, anyway and a big hit with our whole party. The cinnamon and almond flavors were what really sets them apart- I might even add a little more almond next time."
"Made this for our family's Cinco de Mayo party- we're Scottish & Slovak but you sure couldn't tell by the menu! Anyway, these beans were a big hit. Then the following day, I smashed them with a potatoe masher and fried them in bacon grease to make refired beans and they were even better. I'll never go back to canned beans again. This recipe is..."