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"Oh wow! For those on restricted diets this is the BEST recipe ever. And it takes less than a minute to prepare! Lurking on vegan forums I only recently discovered that tahini can be used to create a substitute for regular milk. Who would have thought! I am on a really restricted allergy diet at the moment and can't have dairy, soy, oats, etc. and ..."
Jul 17, 2010 on Food.com
"This was one of the first recipes that I tried when I first joined recipezaar. At the time I was looking for healthy, natural snacks. I should have reviewed these much earlier because two years later I still think they are great! They require a little bit of effort to put together but it's definitely worth it. I make mine with carob. The only diff..."
Feb 15, 2007 on Food.com
"I loved these! But I should say I made a few critical changes, based on other reviewers comments. First, I was worried they'd be a little dry (I always use wholewheat flour. So I added a little more banana (about 3.5 and an extra tbsp of crunchy peanut butter (crunchy lends a great texture to the finished product. I also had to bake it for an a..."
Feb 12, 2007 on Food.com
"This is fabulous, healthy and oh-so-easy! The vanilla essence is a must as it lends the final product an icecream-like flavour, and tones down the banana. I used soy milk but I think regular milk would probably give an even better icecream imitation. I usually have a stash of bananas in the freezer (whole or halved so I just slice them when I tak..."
Feb 11, 2007 on Food.com
"This made a great summer supper! I accidentally overcooked the garlic - which toned down the flavour slightly (the garlic flavour definitely enhances the dish, but it was still good. I also used about half the quantities of oil and vinegar (I think 7 tablespoons would have been way too much. I served with spelt shell pasta which lent a nice nutt..."
Feb 5, 2007 on Food.com
"I had a banana glut but was tired of the usual banana and raisin muffin recipes. The addition of dates and orange zest in this recipe provided a great twist on a classic muffin. I used wholewheat flour and subbed soy milk + lemon juice as I didn't have any buttermilk or yoghurt. This made a dense but beautifully moist muffin. These were healthy an..."
Feb 4, 2007 on Food.com
"I have made this before and found it quick, easy and healthy (I reduced the peanuts to the recommended daily serving - a couple of tablespoons per person. I also tossed through sesame oil a minute before serving. I think the trick is not to cook the veg too long - just enough so the sweetness of the pepper begins to come out. I also created an al..."
Jan 15, 2007 on Food.com
"I had been wanting to try this for ages and with my local farmers market closed for a few weeks over the new year, we were reduced to cupboard staples! We added the capers and felt it enhanced the taste of the dish (we used wholegrain penne - stronger in flavour than white pasta. We also added some finely slivered flat leaf parsley just before se..."
Jan 3, 2007 on Food.com
"YUM! This was such an unusual but great combination of flavours. I added the spices early - once the onions were cooked, and stirred them until the mixture became fragrant, before adding the cauliflower and stock. I used only 3 cups of vege stock because I like a thicker soup. I also used precooked nicola (waxy potatoes which I added towards the ..."
Jul 28, 2006 on Food.com
"This is much better than the turkish pizza from our local Turkish place. Fresh parsley is a must, and definitely use the lemon for this! Have made this a few times, but this time BF put an extra layer of thinly sliced tomato on the bottom (on top of tomato paste, but under the cheese & meat. Made it more moist and helped keep the toppings on. Tha..."
Jul 7, 2006 on Food.com