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"I couldn't get new potatoes or shallots, so I substituted small-cut normal potatoes and onions cut into thick wedges. Other than that, everything was kept the same. They tasted really good, even the - ahem - "caramelised" bits, although I was a little disappointed that the potatoes didn't crisp up like traditional roasties. Will try again."
"VERY nice! I hardly had any chili flakes left (my bad) so I crushed a dried birds-eye chili into it. That gave it a great zing, along with all the ginger I used. The beef was more chewy than crispy, and I should have sliced it into thin matchsticks but being lazy, I sliced it only in one direction so it was thin but broad. Next time, matchsticks i..."
"Very nice. I used a mixture of cashews, almonds, macadamia nuts (my favourite) and brazil nuts. I'm going to be cooking them again for Christmas and packaging them up in nice glass jars with ribbons as gifts for the savoury-lovers. Very easy to make! Personally, I'd add more cayenne when cooking them for me (I like the heat) but the amount stated ..."
"Very nice, but I found the ricotta a little dry by itself. Next time I shall incorporate it with a bechamel sauce. I couldn't get hold of Italian sausage, so I used a cured Spanish sausage instead, which gave a very rounded flavour to the mince flavour."
"Cooked this for the BF when he wanted mushroom soup. He loved it. I don't like mushroom soup myself, but it tasted like the best I'd ever tried, nontheless!"
"Nice recipe. I love barley, too; it has such a lovely flavour and texture. I didn't have any white wine (!) so I used sherry instead, and it came out fine. Oh, and I bunged in a load of pepper (black and white) to give it a bit of zing!"
"Mmmm, lovely. I didn't have any rice vinegar, so I improvised with half measures of wine vinegar and sake. I like my salmon still a little translucent in the middle, and after 5 minutes each side in foil it was a little more cooked than this, but still very juicy. But, Rita - "leftovers"?!"
"Lovely! I reduced the amount of stock because it was so tasty without and had a beautiful consistency, so I didn't feel it needed it. I served it with a little cream drizzled around the bowl. Off out to the shops now to get more tomatoes!"