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"Excellent bread and so easy. I actually made it for brunch, but didn't want to fuss last minute so I made the dough the night before, let it rise, then shaped the loaves, covered w/ plastic wrap and put it in the fridge overnight. In the morning I took the loaves out, let them come back to room temperature and finish the 2nd rise (about 3 - 4 ho..."
"These were very good. They taste a little like falafel, but not as heavy. I sprayed a nonstick frying pan with olive oil spray instead of the 6 tbsps of olive oil & used a measuring tablespoon to drop the batter so the pancakes were about 2". I served them as an appetizer--3 small latkes, some salad greens and a couple of dollops of tehina on the..."
"My family thought these were good, but not amazing. They came out a little light--not quite as dark fudgie/chocolatey as we would have liked. I may try them again, melting a full cup of the chocolate chips and/or adding a little cocoa."
"This was a delicious (and easy) dessert. It comes out denser than a typical cake--much like an almond horn pastry. The almond flavor is great as is the buttery richness. It also looks pretty with the toased almond topping.Thanks Ashbow--will definitely make this again."
"So simple and delicious! I used 3 lbs. of potatoes to serve 6-8, but just doubled the sauce ingredients and it came out great.Thanks for sharing the recipe."
"This was a very good cake, light but chocolaty, (the honey and coffee flavors are barely noticeable) I served it with a little whipped cream on the side and it was the perfect finish for a hearty dairy meal."
"I made just the cupcakes, not the frosting and I agree with the previous review. Even with the coconut milk and flaked coconut, the flavor didn't come through. Also, though I always add salt to baked goods, the full teaspoon tasted like a little too much. I'd use 1/2 to 3/4 tsp. next time"