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"Delicious and tender. Could cut it with a fork. Made as directed, sliced it, put it back in the gravy and baked another 30 minutes. Soooooo....good! Will be serving leftovers with a slice of smoked provolone on a Hawaian bread bun. And I think I'll use the leftover gravy in veggie soup. That's a win-win! Thanks for sharing!"
"I've made this recipe for years and it's great as written. But now that we're older, I look for ways to reduce fat. So I tried it with low fat Greek yogurt instead of the sour cream. It is excellent! I can highly recommend this one! Thanks for sharing :)"
"I've tried tortillas before but never had as good a success as I did with this recipe. The others were just ok and a pain to make because they kept sticking to the tortilla press. Your instructions solved that problem, thank you! The ziplock bag is a must...they peeled right off, nice and round without tearing. I did add the guar gum as someo..."
"Yummy! I used peach butter since that's what I had (we live in Amish country and I bought it on impulse only to discover I didn't have any ideas for using it all up!), and I doubled the baking powder and baking soda. The end result was a really light and lovely muffin that semi-collapsed during the baking. Guess I should have just double..."
"We loved this recipe! I added 3/4 c. sour cream (lite) because we like the flavor and moistness. This one is hard to beat. Thanks for sharing!"
"Add me to the list of 5 stars! Made them with half Stevia baking blend and half sugar. Expected my hubby to notice, but they are chocolatey enough he hasn't said a word. Rich and yummy and a cinch to make! For the people who like the convenience of a mix, you can mix up the dry ingredients in whatever quantity you want and then divide it up i..."
"Made these for our Christmas tree decorating evening with the grand kids. After reading the other reviews, I decided to try adding 1/2 tsp cream of tarter. I don't think it was enough, because we couldn't tell it was in there :) They were still yummy, so the next time I make them, I'll add a whole teaspoon and see if that does it. T..."