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"This recipe shines as a leftover dish. As a lentil-loaf sandwich, this is fantastic! Wheat bread, mayo and a slice of american cheese...yum, yum! I ate it for lunch for a week and couldn't get enough of it. :-P
AND THAT'S NOT ALL: Another use for leftovers: Crumble up the lentil-loaf, toss with cooked rotini pasta, pasta sauce and shredde..."
"COOKIE TIPS: Too much oatmeal? Try adding 1 c. oatmeal and 1 c. add-ins and then stirring. The repeat. After that just add a little bit of oatmeal at a time while stirring until it becomes tough to stir. I recommend hand stirring because it keeps these cookies from falling apart while baking. The add-ins don't have to be anything specific. Choose ..."
"Great recipe for those almost-over-ripe strawberries. They are tasty and the sweetness is almost entirely in the berries themselves. If you like very sweet muffins I recommend adding a bit more sugar than called for.
This makes 6 "texas" sized muffins (or what most people think of normal sized today), but the cooking time was 20-25 minute..."
"Prepare to get your hands dirty. Once you get the potatoes fluffed just dig your hands in to fold in the egg, flour, salt and pepper. You can get lumps out and will end up with a more dough like texture. Once I cut the dough into pieces I rounded them into balls before using a fork for texture. Mine were about the size of a half dollar. The fresh ..."
"This was a nice basic sauce, but alone it isn't much. I added well diced carrots and potato and ended up almost tripling the amount of curry. It would have been slightly better with basmati rice, but I didn't have any so I used white rice. Even with as much curry as I used I still think it could have used some more kick."
"I made these cookies on the spur of the moment when a bunch of reeses peanut butter cups ended up in the house. They were very thick and soft and were not overly sweet.I used splenda brand sugars so they were fairly diabetic friendly in the end. I recommend making big scoops of dough when you bake as the bigger the scoop the softer the cookie...."
"Everyone in the family loved this dish. I had to use a roll out pie dough for the top because the other pie crust wasn't working, but it worked very well.I recommend either tossing in just the bottom crust or the entire pot pie without the top crust for about 10 minutes before adding the top or the bottom won't be cooked fully and it might taste..."
"I came across this recipe because I accidentally bought some plain yogurt instead of vanilla. This was a great find. They were fairly quick to make and re-heatable. I adore the honey butter, but they can get very fatty very quickly. Highly recommended. I added some more nutmeg to the dough and some cinnamon sugar to the dip for more sweetness."
"I cooked this for my parents and boyfriend and the words "fabulous", "wonderful", and "delicious" were frequently used. I used garlic salt because it is much cheaper and less preparation and used extra virgin olive oil. I used ground pepper instead of italian seasoning on a whim. My dad and boyfriend added some cooked cubed ham and mushrooms for a..."