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"Ok I had my doubts - my dough didn't appear to rise, I added less than the required amount of flour (I made 6 servings and used approximately 2 cups of flour), and carelessly added the oil to the flour and yeast instead of the liquids. But this recipe actually works! :D They weren't as pretty as the ones in the photos - the colour wasn't uniform ..."
"I love the moistness and texture of the cake (used the freezer step), although it did get quite dry after 2 days in the fridge even though it was fully iced. I levelled off the top part of the cake and kept that on an open plate outside the fridge, and surprisingly that was still very moist after 3 days. I tasted the batter and found it waaaaay ..."
"This has to be my all time favourite pasta. YUM :) I usually add in half a cube of chicken stock which really adds to the flavour, and because I don't fancy sun-dried tomatoes, I substitute them for fresh ones instead. It does get very rich at the end, so do keep the serving sizes small. I get requests for this dish all the time!"
"I'm extremely impressed with this recipe. In fact, it's probably the first brownie recipe that I'm satisfied with. Instead of choc chips, I melted down my (massive) stash of Easter bunnies/eggs and threw in half-finished packets of M&Ms and slightly hardened marshmellows. But the brownies still turned out great - fudgey and moist. I would defi..."
"Instead of baking the carrots, I opted for the short cut method and zapped it in the microwave (sprinkle some water, cover, medium-high, 5 min) till soft. It probably doesn't taste as good, but I love it anyway. Plus it makes it extremely simple on the washing up. I left out the regular oil to cut down on the fat, but kept the sesame oil becaus..."
"I was looking for something to satisfy my chocolate craving - QUICK. This certainly did the trick. I'm trying to eat healthy so I cut it down to 2 tbsp of sugar (I only made 2 servings though - halved the rest of the ingredients). Surprisingly it ended up tasting just right. The only problem was that I didn't sieve the cocoa or cornstarch so i..."
"Pretty yummy and certainly something I would do again(mostly due to its simplicity). I added 2 tbsp of cocoa to make mine less sweet and more chocolate-y. Be warned though: they really stick to your teeth!"
"It way surpassed my expectations - amazing texture and flavour (although I didn't measure the amount of salt I used). The 2 times 3 minutes method worked perfectly. It even works wonders for (very cheap) cuts of steak! I have tried adding others herbs, but I personally think that pepper and salt does the trick."