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"These are awesome! And the recipe was flexible enough to succeed even though I fiddled a little based on what was in the cupboard... I used black beans, cashews, and skipped the jalapeno and ground red pepper. In hindsight, I should have upped the chili powder a little to compensate, but I am a bit of a spice wimp... Rather than getting my grater ..."
"I'm so glad you posted this here. I never remember the ratio. And I'm also glad you left out the red dye. All the experts say that the red on the feeder is what attracts the hummers not the red in the liquid. In fact, some experts say the dye can be harmful. thanks!"
"I made a a stuffed pumpkin tonight and staring at the pile of seeds I said "I wonder if recipezaar has a pumpkin seed recipe..." This one caught my eye and lucky it did because it was great! I actually melted the butter and spices in a bowl, stirred in the seeds and spread them out on a cookie sheet. Couldn't be easier!"
"I thought this was delicious! I also own the Candle 79 cookbook and this was the first recipe I made from it. So glad to see it posted here. I used Gardein "chik'n" cutlets in place of the seitan, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. The sauce is light and flavorful. You're going to love it and you'll make it again when company is coming -..."
"I loved this salad! It was easy to make, healthy and hearty. Plus it would transport easily. Strangely, I liked it best when it was freshly made, the nuts were crunchier and the lemon tartness came through better. After being covered overnight, the tang from the sauce sort of disappeared. So if I were making the salad ahead, I might wait to add t..."
"Finally, a way to cook fresh green beans that I like! I liked the spice combo here, but I cut way back on the tumeric for personal preference. Will definitely keep this recipe handy as bean season isn't far away!"
"Good and easy! It really was so simple to put together and full of flavor. While not going to fool anyone into thinking it's dairy cheese, it's simply good for what it is - a wonderful spread/dip. I also used it as the melted cheez in another recipe from that cookbook - cheez-a-roni. I posted that recipe here as receipe #450061."
"What?! Puree it with the skin on?! That's what I was thinking, but then I thought, hey, a little extra fiber can only be good. And so it was. I chopped off the bit of stem, the bit at the bottom, and of course removed the seeds -- but the regular food processor handled my butternut squash just perfectly - skin and all. So simple, and who would ..."
"Really Good! And you'll laugh at my subs, but this still turned out good enough for five stars. I read the title and thought I have grape leaves (that bottle I never knew what to do with), fig (I bought my first container of fresh figs ever), and goat cheese (half a log leftover from a different recipe). But I didn't read the rest of the list b..."
"Fantastic! I've always been hoping to find a delicious tofu recipe and now I've finally found it! I used butternut squash for my vegetable and left out the celery. When making the golden gravy, the 1/4 cup oil is not enough to turn the flour and yeast into a liquid that will bubble. But don't worry, just keep going. Add the water mixture slowly so..."