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"Loved how simple this was. Easy to put together and didn't need tending. The coconut jasmine rice was extra yummy. The toppings really made it (lime wedges, cilantro, green onions, and chopped peanuts). Thanks."
"Kittencal, this was so good -- as usual. I must disclose my mistakes, however, so others might avoid them. I didn't have ricotta so I put some cottage cheese in my food processor to smooth out the texture. Then I added the cream cheese to it to blend it in nicely. This worked out fine too. Then I got cocky and thought, "I'll jus..."
"Delicious, simple, elegant, and lo-cal too?!!! Awesome recipe. Made just as written and very happy with the results. (Had to bake mine a wee bit longer because they were so thick.) Loved that it didn't demand my attention while I prepared other things and that it only called for items I already had in my pantry. Thanks!"
"This was so easy and so delicious. I loved that it used simple items I had in my pantry but seemed like such an exotic dish. I'll be doing this one again! Thanks."
"So easy and fast! Great for gift-giving. Tastes a little like the toffee peanuts you might buy at the store but you didn't add any fat! I think I might have waited a little too long to salt them because there wasn't anything moist for the salt to stick to. (Might try adding it a little sooner next time.) But it was a great recipe and ..."
"This was fabulous! And truly so easy. I don't often have the luxury of cooking this kind of roast so I was nervous about doing it right. Delicious! **Bonus** - It saves on energy costs too!"
"Fabulous! One of the best coffee cakes I've ever tasted. I made it the night before (just as written), baked it, cooled it, and covered it overnight. In the morning, the cinnamon crust wasn't as crispy anymore (which I expected). I warmed the oven up to 300 degrees and popped it in for about 10-15 minutes to warm through and crisp up ..."
"Made just as written and had friends over for dinner. They all liked it. It was so easy! Thanks for a great recipe that demanded nothing of me when company arrived...just pulled it out of the oven and served it. It made the house smell so good too!"