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"Great base for customizing! I think I've settled on finding the best/easiest way for me being to skip the onion, just do the remaining ingredients. But adding a couple big spoonfuls of salsa at the end--just delicious. Used it tonight to dip warm, homemade pretzels into and it was awesome comfort food. Thanks for a great non-Velveeta option!"
Apr 29, 2009 on Food.com
"Excellent! Very easy, soft and fluffy. Great peanut butter flavor. I let mine get a little too brown and cracked on top, I think, but they were still delicious. I frosted them with dark chocolate buttercream. Really glad I tried them, thank you Sandra Leanne--I hope you come back and share more.:-"
Apr 29, 2009 on Food.com
"Thanks, this is exactly like the recipe I remember from a kid's cookbook when I was small and now I make it for my own wee ones. Messy fun for everyone!"
Aug 19, 2008 on Food.com
"Really nice. I didn't have turmeric or coriander and I added a bit more cumin (love the stuff!. I used vegetable stock instead of chicken. Nice and filling and beautiful colour.:"
Aug 12, 2008 on Food.com
"Thank you! This is so good. My mom used to make this only she didn't have a recipe, just threw stuff together. My attempts to do the same haven't turned out so well but this recipe gave just the result I wanted. It does get "soupy" after being refrigerated for awhile but it's still really good and the leftover liquid is really good on lettuce. Or,..."
Jun 18, 2008 on Food.com
"Yum!! I'm on a mission to find a brownie closest to one I used to make all the time when I was a kid. This one is pretty close! (My recipe was called a butterscotch brownie. I added a little maple syrup instead to try to make it closer to the one I was imitating. They are so nice and soft and so easy to make. But definitely don't underbake and le..."
Jun 17, 2008 on Food.com
"These didn't really taste like butterscotch at all, to me. They just tasted like...wheat germ and molasses. Which isn't bad or anything, I was just expecting something different from a recipe called "butterscotch brownies". It was very easy and my two toddlers like them so all was not lost."
Jun 1, 2008 on Food.com
"Yummy! I made this in the crockpot. I used dried black beans and I didn't have coriander so I used a little chili powder in addition the cumin. I might have added extra cumin, too, I didn't really measure. (I love cumin! The corn added really good texture and the sour cream is a good suggestion, too. (Didn't have limes. This is one of those meal..."
Apr 15, 2008 on Food.com