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"Delicious and the most "authentic" tasting/looking recipe for Doro Wat I've seen on food.com. Closest to my Ethiopian sister's recipe. We don't usually add the sugar, but I liked how it subtly changed the flavor. We added 2 T vinegar just before serving."
"This is wonderful! Exactly the dessert I've been dreaming about ever since I had it at a Thai restaurant. I modified the recipe though--used about 3/4 C small Thai colored tapioca, only 1.5 C coconut milk, and 2/3 C sugar. Delicious."
"I make my version cooking together 2 cans cream of mushroom soup, 2 cans skim milk (or half water), 1/2 C parmesan cheese, 2 T flour, diced onion if I have it on hand, 1 T garlic powder, 1 tsp black pepper (or to taste), bring to boil and boil for 1 minute to thicken. Pour over noodles and 1 C frozen peas. Either top with more cheese and breadcrum..."
"I too saw this on Pioneer Woman and made it--adapted it to my tastes and what I had on hand. Phenomenal. Receives rave reviews across the board. I modified the recipe so much (no noodles, added mint, basil, carrots, subbed pine nuts for other nuts, subbed water for most of the oil in the dressing, added more garlic) that I've posted my version as ..."
"excellent! wonderful alternative to the other low fat hollandaise sauces that include corn starch. a bit runny and tangy. I modified it to my tastes--i love a bit of mustard and spiciness in my hollandaise. Used: 2/3 c low fat plain yogurt2 large egg yolks2 T lemon juice1/4 tsp salt1/4 tsp dry mustard (more/less to taste)1/4 tsp cayenne (..."