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"This was extremely easy and delicious! I used salted butter and omitted the extra salt. I also omitted the lemon zest because I didn't have any but it was still good. I made a third of the recipe to (lightly) cover 24 gingerbread cupcakes. Easy to spread and hardened quickly. The only drawback was that it was a bit too sugary in texture (as icing..."
"Extremely delicious and surprisingly easy for something that tastes so good. I've made this several times, to rave reviews. I scaled the recipe to make 8, and reduced the sugar in the cake to 1 cup and in the frosting to less than 1 cup. When frosted, the cake was definitely sweet enough. I'll definitely be making it again!"
"One of my favourite dishes in authentic Indian restaurants. This is fast and simple, and tastes great. I modified it according to what I had - like using milk instead of cream, and chili powder instead of paprika. I also added more spinach as per my own personal preferences. This is definitely on the repeat list."
"Brilliant! I love hummus, but never knew it was this easy to make. It turned out delicious. I used a pestle and mortar - and since everything is going to be smashed up I just used whole cumin and garlic. Most importantly, I sustituted four tablespoonfuls of peanut butter for the tahini, since that was convenient. I even used crunchy peanut butter...."
"Excellent jam, very easy, and it works with frozen raspberries too. I just took them out of the freezer and left them at room temperature for 90 minutes. For a first time jam-maker like me, it is worth noting that while it may not seem so "thick" while boiling on the stove, it rapidly becomes so while cooking, so boiling over 4 minutes after addi..."
"Extremely delicious and indeed moist. I used seven small bananas that I defrosted and blended to form a nice, smooth paste. I also added in 1/4 cup chocolate chips (definitely recommended!), and chose to use brown sugar since it goes better with banana. And yes, it definitely tastes better the next day - too bad most of it finished on the first da..."
"I did add the egg, vanilla essence and sprinkled on some chopped walnuts. Ridiculously easy to mix, but I would recommend mixing the dry ingredients together, then the wet, then both together to prevent overmixing. The taste, however, wasn't as "wow" as I thought it would be, though my friends did indeed like it."
"Very moist and delicious. I split it into two 9 x 5 cakes - and I'm glad I did, because each took 60 minutes to bake through. I took note of other comments and covered the cake with foil half way through. I ended up using 9 small bananas (!), and I left some small chunks in the mash, which was a good idea because it ended up being very tasty. A go..."
"This is awesome! They taste amazing - moist and delicious - and I can't believe there is no butter or oil! I made my own applesauce using recipe #70097, so I halved the brown sugar. Like many reviewers, I threw in some raisins (which I soaked in the milk) and cinnamon. I used one egg - FYI, the new stats are about 2g fat and 5g protein per muffin,..."