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"This was really good! I added a splash of vanilla as suggested by other users and cut the lemon juice to 2 tsp (personal preference) and it was delicious! So quick to whip up! Thanks smallstream! �?�"
"Really good falafel! I changed a few things according to our taste and what I had on hand. I increased chick peas to 2 cups and omitted the bulgur since I didn't have any. I doubled the garlic and tahini. I didn't have ground coriander so I used dried cilantro. Omitted peppers (DH allergic), cumin and egg (we're vegan). Also, halved the salt. We a..."
"Nice and easy recipe~ better than store bought. Used fresh instead of canned chick peas. Initially I followed the recipe as written (minus the pepper since DH is allergic). The taste was somewhat bland so I doubled the garlic and tahini and added more lemon juice (about 1/4 c. total). End result was very tasty, nice consistency. Thanks for postin..."
"AMAZING!!! I have bought my last EXPENSIVE jar of Vegenaise!!! Not only was I able to whip this up in about 3 minutes, but the taste is so close to Vegenaise...I think with a little tweaking, I might not be able to tell the difference between the two! I didn't have safflower, so I used canola and I used a combination of the vinegar and lemon juice..."
"Thank you for a very nice recipe. I never really had crab cakes as an omnivore so I have nothing to compare them to, but I wanted to give this a try since I used to LOVE crab legs! These were a nice change to the traditional veggie pattie. I used the garlic and herb Old Bay seasoning and had it with homemade tartar sauce and cocktail sauce. Than..."
"Very good, tasty and very easy to make. I used homemade vegetarian mayonnaise and omitted the sugar since the sweet pickle relish already made it sweet enough for us. Thanks a lot for posting!"
"Thanks, this was great! I omitted the egg and used my own brown rice "mix" which includes equal parts of brown rice, barley and bulgur. I topped it with my own homemade BBQ sauce (which I will post one of these days!!) It turned out wonderfully. We took it to an after church potluck and it was a hit with everyone! Thanks for posting!"
"This was great! I would have given it five stars, except that I changed the recipe a bit. I was looking for an Ecuadorian dish by the same name, but found this one instead. Here is what I changed: we're vegetarian so I omitted the fish and the eggs. I also substituted soycheese for the muenster. I used six large potatoes with enough water to cover..."
"LOVED IT!! It's so simple and so wonderful! I omitted the crushed red pepper flakes because DH doesn't handle spicy too well. I added some cayenne pepper to my individual portion. Also, I used Del Monte's petite cut diced tomatoes with garlic and olive oil. The second time I made it, I also added a can of DM's onion and garlic diced tomatoes. (We..."