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"this turned out GREAT. I reduced the Sour cream by 2 tablespoons, used 1/4 cup brown sugar, and reduced the butter in the topping to two heaping tablespoons. I also added a little brown sugar to the top of it. Turned out like a creamy apple bread pudding."
"This is a great recipe! I altered it slightly though. I drained the zucchini first and pressed it with paper towels to avoid sogginess. I also used unseasoned bread crumbs so as not to take away from the old bay flavor and I used about 2 more table spoons of them. I mixed Italian seasoning into the flour before dredging though. Served with hom..."
"I don't want to rate this as is, cause you did say the original recipe is different so I'll try that next time. With the besam flour, the frosting is grainy and has a nutty, chickpea flavor to it. I was going to use it on vegan brownies I just made, but I think I'm gonna have to chuck this one and try again next time with the cornstarch."
"Very good and very easy to make. I topped it with a meringue made of the three leftover egg whites, 6 tablespoons of sugar and 1/2 tsp cream of tartar. I beat the egg whites until foamy, added the cream of tartar and continued beating until soft peaks formed and then added sugar one tablespoon at a time until stiff peaks formed. I topped it, bro..."
"This was so good! I altered the recipe for my vegan diet-replaced the chicken bouillon with vegetable and used vegan parmesan cheese and mozzarella cheese. It was soooo good. Even my boyfriend who hates eggplant AND vegetarian food loved it."
"just FYI, onions, which you mentioned in your recipe, are toxic to dogs. They contain thiosulphate, which cause the dog's red blood cells to burst. I would recommend trying this recipe with another vegetable, and I intend to try it myself, just not with onions!"
"This is a great recipe, but I did alter it somewhat. First off, I took the advice of other reviewers and turned down the temp (350 and then reduced to 325 for the second baking). Also, I chilled the dough before baking, as it made it easier to shape it. I also added slivered almonds and dried cranberries and instead of putting the white chocolat..."
"Great recipe! I've used this many times and everyone always loves them. The pudding keeps them soft and chewy for a really long time. The only changes I made were to add an extra teaspoon of vanilla (2 tsp total) and used half shortening for the butter in order to get a more cake like cookie (butter makes cookeis chewier and crispier)."