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"This sounds the closest to what I expect in a Cumberland Pie, though I think there are too many mushrooms (and they should be optional). Also, I would add milk when mashing the potatoes."
"I found this when hunting for a recipe to use up some channa dal. I didn't measure ingredients (not what I do!) and it came out very tasty. Not having cooked with channa dal before, I was surprised to find that they keep their shape and texture when cooked, so if you want it to be creamy you will have to mash them a bit. Served with red rice ..."
"Haven't tried this yet, but it sounds nice. I will make it as a galette - stacking the pancakes one above the other with filling between each and the sauce poured over the top."
"This is very good. I was a bit elastic with the amounts and added too much cream, which made it too rich, so be careful and taste as you go. I left the skin on the potatoes and cut them into approx 1/3" dice, which worked well (I had been worried the skins would float off, but they didn't). Might add some sweetcorn next time."
"An interesting change from coronation chicken. The lime and ginger juice are not as strong as you might expect, so you may want to adjust quantities.
To get the ginger juice, I chopped it coarsely, then pressed with my garlic press. Worked pretty well!"
"I prefer this recipe to the ones which include butter. It is light and delicious and can be used anywhere you would use Boursin. I often use it with chopped smoked salmon added to fill little timbales similar to Recipe #371958."
"This is such an easy make and always gets rave reviews. It is really good with appetizers such as Recipe #371958. I have uploaded a sequence of pics showing the steps - you can see how easy it is! Use a good quality bread, sliced by the bakery (thin, if they can do that, or medium is okay, but not thick). I usually do the final toasting in the ove..."
"These were okay but not special - really just tasted of the cheese, though the pumpernickel coating was good - and were rather 'heavy'. I may try again, adding some finely chopped green onion and possibly replacing some of the butter with cream cheese."
"Very easy to make, and very good too! The mixture in the shaker is a most peculiar colour, but don't be put off, as it turns a lovely green in the glass when you add the ginger ale, which is very festive with the cherry at the bottom. I had to use plain vodka because I couldn't find vanilla, but I will look out for it as we will be making these ag..."