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"Delicious, and so easy. Thanks, Aarti, for making it seem possible. The paneer really was as simple as you showed in the demo and I am so glad to have a new veg main course in my repertoire ."
Aug 22, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Delicious - and so easy. No garlic in the house and used a can of cocnut milk instead of grated coconut(subbed for some of the water. Used a little ground cardomom instead of whole cardomoms, but it turned out really good. Very yummy side dish for barbecued ribs and chicken!"
Jul 17, 2005 on Food.com
"Made this with my 5-year-old grandson for the Holidays. It was soooo simple, he was able to do all the measuring and mixing. How proud he was to be able to present Mommy, Daddy and PawPaw with this delicious pie. We used soymilk and Walnuts (since we were out of pecans, and next time I would chop them. Otherwise, the recipe was unchanged. "
Dec 26, 2004 on Food.com
"I used vegetable broth and canned pumpkin,ground cumin and chile powder. I left out the sugar (thought it was sweet enough. Husband loved it. Very hearty."
Dec 20, 2003 on Food.com
"My family has always stuffed our Thanksgiving turkey with what we called "Scottish stuffing". It is delicious and doesn't taste at all as you might expect!"
Mar 29, 2002 on Food.com
"This is absolutely delicious. My husband, Huey, couldn't get enough. I made one change, however. Since I use brown rice, which takes longer to cook, i cooked the rice separately until it was almost done. Then I put everything together and heated it all up. I like it with a dollop of Yogurt."
Feb 1, 2002 on Food.com