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"What a comforting pudding! It was comforting to eat AND comforting to make, since it was so simple. : (And yes, make sure to keep stirring it all the way through - I found that using a whisk really helped with that. I used 1% milk and it turned out just fine, but I think next time I'll use a little added cream to the milk to make it slighly ..."
Jan 22, 2006 on Food.com
"I LOVE these! These muffins are lighter than any bran muffins I've ever tried - and the sweet cinnamon topping makes them feel (and taste more special than 'regular' bran muffins.A hint for anyone who's trying to cut back or eliminate white flour - I use barley flour in place of white flour and you can't even tell a difference! I used it in t..."
Dec 24, 2005 on Food.com
"What an incredible recipe - it's going to go in my recipe box for sure. : I found this a delicious, buttery treat. Next time I'm going to add either toasted almonds or some peanuts to the popcorn before adding the caramel mixture.Also, I found 25 minutes total baking time was great with my oven (which tends to be very hot. Thanks for a..."
Dec 15, 2005 on Food.com
"These are good - quite different than 'regular' bran muffins, I found, in that they're lighter. Lighter both in shade and in texture.I used whole wheat flour instead of all purpose and it turned out great. Next time I think I'll add some chopped walnuts too for extra crunch and nutrition.Thanks for a great recipe! This is a keeper. :"
May 30, 2005 on Food.com
"Excellent flavor with little effort! We used whole wheat linguine for the pasta, and I substituted 3 teaspoons of dried Italian seasoning, as that's what I had on hand.This has a delicious, rich and slow cooked flavor. We added a generous pinch of hot pepper flakes for a little heat - which we thought was just perfect. We tossed in a bit of p..."
Apr 16, 2005 on Food.com
"Amazingly delicious! Deserves every star it can get.This tastes like eating out at a great Chinese restaurant, without the cost!We used about 1 tbsp of dried hot red pepper flakes instead of the pods, and used skinless, boneless chicken breasts chopped into chunks.This sauce turns into a rich and delectable glaze that you're going to l..."
Mar 3, 2005 on Food.com
"A wonderful punch! I made this for a wedding shower, and everyone loved it. It is light and citrusy (and sparkling because of the 7-Up but definitely not too sweet. These flavors blended beautifully together, and this would make a great punch for any gathering. Thanks Sue!"
Aug 25, 2003 on Food.com
"Delicious if you love this sort of strong flavored dish - and with the raw garlic, ginger & plenty of sesame oil - it is indeed a strong flavor!Very peanutty and good. Next time I'm going to try sauteeing some cubed tofu to add to this dish, and maybe use snow peas. This time I added green onions, carrots and broccoli and it was great!"
Jun 23, 2003 on Food.com
"DOESN'T TASTE LOW FAT! : And that's a good thing! I had only two disgustingly overripe bananas, so I used this basic recipe divided in half. I used one whole egg still and an extra tablespoon of applesauce and the result was an incredibly moist loaf that tasted rich and delicious. This is my new favorite banana bread recipe - and none of my frien..."
Jun 12, 2003 on Food.com
"Oh man! This was JUST like my favorite curry at my favorite Indian restaurant. I'm a curry NUT and this one did the trick. My husband loved it just as much, and we followed the recipe to a T - there are really no changes necessary. The flavors blend so beautifully together, and you have LOTS of delicious, slightly thickened sauce to smear all over..."
May 22, 2003 on Food.com