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"didn't use beer as i didn't have any on hand so substituted beef stock.. also added worcestershire, 1 tsp of paprika and 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes. used flour at the end in the crock pot after taking the meat out.. added maybe 2/3 cup while the setting was on high.. turned out great.. thanks.."
"loved this recipe... tho i did make a few changes.. i doubled the batch, did one cup granulated sugar, one cup brown.. added 2 tsp vanilla extract.. 1 1/2 tsp baking soda and 1/2 cup of all purpose flour to thicken.. it was really runny without it. oh yes! and milk chocolate chips! and it was faabulous.. my first time ever making peanut butter coo..."
"I like this recipe only because it's very close to a traditional Filipino dish called adobo. The only difference is using the same amount of asian vinegar as soy sauce instead of brown sugar and adding a bay leaf. Simple and very easy."
"this was a wonderful recipe. i made a couple changes. i added in 1 1/2 tablespoon of sour cream for more moisture and did brown sugar for half is asked for and the other regular sugar. also added in allspice and nutmeg and topped it off with chopped pecans. it took 55mins. after all was said and done it had a wonderful cakey texture but still wasn..."
"it was ok. flavor of the entire thing was not sweet enough for me even tho i used 2/3 of a cup of brown sugar and my peaches were ripe. there was too much flour i think. most of my crust didn't even form until i put it under the broiler. sorry."
"tasted soooo good.. only mistake is i didn't wait long enough for it to cool so when i put the glaze on it kinda melted in. oh well. i added in juice of one lemon and a half tsp of baking soda and an extra half tsp of baking powder. and for the glaze i used confectioner's sugar and a tbsp of light corn syrup. makes the glaze a little thicker. oh a..."
"i'm sure everyone has their own twist to this recipe. it alone is too bland for me. i added more salt and tons of pepper, ground red pepper flakes, hint of cayanne pepper, spinach, and gruyere and mozzarella cheese. the chicken i grilled ahead of time just to make sure its thoroughlky cooked. it goes well with french or flat bread."
"didn't use velveeta but used cheese whiz coz that's all i had on hand and used whipping cream instead of half n half. i totally forgot about the sugar. still turned out delicious. not too thick but still rich n creamy. wonderful!"
"Mmmm.. was yummy. It's funny coz I've never made adobo by throwing everything together. So I cooked it in stages like I normally do. I sauteed the garlic and some onion in hot oil for a few minutes, then added the meat and browned it, turning it every few. Then once that was almost cooked, then added everything else. I used cut up chicken win..."
"Turned out great. Fiance loved it. Said he liked it better than any that he's had in resstaurants. I used stirfry veggies in place and turned out fine. I also added in a tablespoon or oyster sauce to the broth before adding to the noodles. Seemed like there was something missing but couldn't place my finger on it, but I'll definitely try and ..."