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Made these into mini cupcakes and topped with cool whip. Fantastic seasonal dessert, my friends raved about them.
Next time I'll try substituting the cinnamon and nutmeg for pumpkin pie spice."
"I've made this recipie numerous times now, and it's ALWAYS the hit dessert. I've heard that it's the best red velvet anything anyone has had before, and I am constantly begged for the recipie.
I adjust the recipie, making the squares into mini cupcakes and topping them with cool whip. I've found this gives the best ratio of red velvet to ..."
"Quite good. I didn't have carrots or peas, but I added some finely chopped green beans. I'm pleased with the flavor of the filling, but the crescent dough was way too buttery to go well. Didn't make the honey dipping sauce since the reviews about it were largely negative."
"Absolutely fantastic. I added a little bit more cayenne pepper than necessary, so two of us had to eat it with a bit of yoghurt, but my spice-loving friend went wild for it. (My pansy roommate couldn't handle it, though.) I had my doubts when I added the chicken back to the pan (it smelled overwhelmingly of tomato paste), but the flavors all melde..."
"This made a fantastic stew, though I didn't measure any ingredients. I'm taking away a star, though, because I had to add spices to taste (thyme and a rosemary/garlic blend)."
"I had yorkshire pudding when I was in England last year and absolutely loved it and have been craving it ever since. These tasted extremely eggy. I even cut down the amount of egg I added to 4 eggs as the other reviews suggested, but all my family tasted were eggs. I won't try this recipe again."
"I love this recipe- I make it every month or so.Some tweaking for my family: I use about 3x the garlic, and I add ginger as well. Instead of chilis, I use red pepper you usually shake on tope of pizza. And per everyone's suggestions, I add extra water to the slurry, and I add the cornstarch to the sauce slowly until desired thickness.Definitel..."
"FANTASTIC! My mother overbought corn cobs a few days ago (the woman cannot resist a sale), so I made chowder with this recipe and WOW was it good! So good that I am making it a gain in a few days with the last of the corn!I am for sure saving this recipe."