Select () or exclude () categories to narrow your recipe search.
As you select categories, the number of matching recipes will update.
Find exactly what you're looking for with the web's most powerful recipe filtering tool.
"First, I nearly ignored this recipe because I had never spatchcoked a chicken before and I thought it sounded too difficult. It wasn't. So don't let that put you off.
Second, the recipe was excellent. There are a lot of interesting flavours going on and the results were worth the effort. It made a very impressive dinner party dish. I cook..."
"I have made this twice now and been very impressed with the mix of flavours. The second time I substitued coconut milk for the milk to see if I could make a kosher version. This worked amazingly well and I would highly recommend it. You might even be able to reduce the amount of cornstarch because coconut milk is naturally thicker than low fat..."
"I'm not actually going to give a star rating, because maybe it was me, but I found this undrinkable. The butter on top was not a particularly nice addition to my palate. Sorry."
"I made this with treacle because it's easier to find than molasses in Britain. I also used a bit more rye flour (3 cups rather than 2) and less wheat flour (2-1/2 to 2 cups) than called for. I'm not sure what difference these changes made, but I came out with a relatively dense, though tasty loaf. It is on the sweet side and the high sugar content..."
"Exactly what I was looking for. Only problem was that loaf took much longer to bake than 55 minutes. After 1 hour the cake was still very liquidy in the middle. It took closer to 1-1/2 hours to cook. Husband commented that, unlike most "lemon" baked goods, it was really lemony. Definitely one to make again."
"Yum. Husband has requested I make this again and I'm not disagreeing.Relying on previous ratings, I didn't make the salad and just stirred a bit of dried mint into the yoghurt sauce. I think I'd make it again in the same way. The sauce is cooling an otherwise nicely spicy recipe and makes a nice texture/flavour contrast."
"My husband is not a big vegetable fan. When I put half an eggplant on his plate cooked according to this recipe he said there was no way he'd eat it all. But surprise, surprise there were no leftovers. He said it's the most vegetable he's ever eaten in a single meal. And has asked for me to cook it again. Thanks for a healthy, tasty way to get veg..."
"Wow! I finally got round to dusting off my cookie press yesterday to make a treat for colleagues who are actually in the office this week. I've had lots of people stopping by my desk to munch and chat and all have loved the cookies. They are richly chocolate and very aromatic. (I'm trying hard not to polish off the lot myself.) They were also a sn..."
"I made this last night, possibly using less leek than was called for (used 5 medium rather than 8 small leeks) and found that there wasn't enough sauce, despite doubling the amount of wine used. The leeks were well cooked but the sauce was just not very exciting. "
"Absolutely gorgeous! I used a bit less cranberry juice than called for because I didn't have enough in the house and it was still lovely and sweet."