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"Very good flavor but not the least scone-like except in shape. In comparing recipes I found the huge difference is the amount of leaveners-- most scone recipes with similar amounts of flour used 1.5 - 2.25 total teaspoons.
Don't try to store iced in airtight container, they became very wet!"
"OK, OK. I was very skeptical, how could there be a better banana cake than mine??? I was sooo wrong!! Easy, no uncommon ingredients, moist and flavorful. Can't ask for more!! I'm dubious about the freezing step but it made the cake ready sooner. Next time will try to skip that step to see if it really makes a difference."
"I was skeptical about the tomato soup but did like the result, though next time I will use beef stock instead of water to cut the tomato flavor a bit. I cut my top round into small pieces and browned very well and then added the onions for a bit before proceeding. It's a good thing since the potatoes and carrots were perfectly cooked after o..."
"Very good. Even though I did an extra layer of cinnamon sugar in the batter I still had way too much left for the top-- truly all that is needed for the top is ¼ cup. Next time I'll make less. I also loved the crispy sugar edges."
"I've had this exact recipe for more than 30 years with two differences- the addition of nutmeg, cloves, and ginger-- and with 2 tsp of baking soda and no baking powder. For those having issues with the cake falling, using less leavening agents will help. I've used 1/2 applesauce for a long time. This cake is always a big hit; I just mad..."
"My huge regret... that I didn't find this recipe years ago!!! Every Christmas I get the grandkids together and they each decorate a gingerbread house that we then put into a family "Christmas Village" and use as a centerpiece for our holiday get-together. This has gotten to be more work and more expensive as the number of kids increases, up to 7..."
"The only thing I do differently is to roast all the bones, chicken parts, carrots, celery, and unpeeled onions 425 degrees about 40 minutes, stirring it all at 20 minutes. Then just throw it all in the stock pot and continue. This step makes the stock even more flavorful!"
"Great pancakes! I wouldn't change a thing, and I am an obsessive recipe tweaker. I ate them with maple syrup, but they would be great with whipped cream and a fruit sauce."
"Wow! I couldn't quite imagine how this combination of ingredients could taste good, but it was great and would be enjoyed by anyone who likes stuffing mix. I used Jimmy Dean regular sausage and one box of stuffing, and did omit the salt. Next time I will bake it in a 1.5 quart shallow dish to make it a little thicker than it was in the 9x13."