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"Super-easy, low-fat, great taste - all I want from a recipe! We did not have time to let the sauce components stand for an hour, but the recipe still worked well. Really enjoyed it!"
"Followed other people's comments and did not use coconut milk and cream. Had a little more of sweet potatoes and pumpkin, so used all. The soup required more stock (8 cups) but turned out absolutely amazing. I did not use any fresh hot pepper, and the soup was still quite spicy with black pepper only. Loved it. Served with some low-fat yogurt."
"I used the recipe as a base and improvised to make it more main dish-like. I had only 250g okra, and added about 400g of chicken breast, finely diced and pre-cooked in a pan. I also added to the mixture parsley, dill, garlic, spring onion and a bit of green chilli sauce, replacing corn flour with a bit of potato starch (the only thing I had). I di..."
"This was a nice recipe, but it really did not taste like naan: the bread was too fluffy and too soft, not naan-like consistency and texture. It tasted nice though, albeit quite heavy. I added some pine nuts to the meat mixture to make it more interesting - I think it worked, although the end result was more Middle-Eastern tasting than Indian."
"The recipe worked very well. I made them for a cocktail party, which had a lot of other food. Did not have mini-muffin forms, so they turned out to be kind of large and not many were eaten. But next morning - oh my God, the best morning-after food ever! We devoured them for breakfast. Used light version of cubed bacon, light creme cheese and ligh..."
"Made as per recipe but added sun-dried tomatoes for some extra taste. Squeezed liquids out of artichokes, as recommended - good advice. Made the mixture the day before baking them, it worked well - easier to roll into balls - after spending the night in the fridge. Served with balsamic creme on top. I thought it was fine, not amazing, but guests l..."
"I doubled the sauce quantity but otherwise did everything by the recipe. I was not too keen on the result - it was very salty, and the soya sauce taste was overpowering, even though I used the light sauce. Not sure what was wrong."
"Totally delicious! I would cut down on oil a bit, it was rather oily and I did have to remove a small bowl of oil from the surface. Did not have green beans, but I don't think they would contribute much to the taste. It was incredibly aromatic, really a hit!"
"Somehow it did not turn out as other people described it. It was pretty bland. I saved it by making a reduction of balsamic vinegar, balsamic creme, red wine and orange juice. But on its own, it had no taste, even though I did use good balsamic vinegar."
"Lovely recipe, and so quick! I put more asparagus than suggested, baked it in the oven, but I think next time I would salt it a bit before baking. I actually doubled the amount of salt anyway, to 1/2tsp, but could do with a bit more. Used fat-free yogurt in place of sour cream, because this is what I had, and it was very good. I think the amount o..."