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"Yummy, nice old-fashioned flavor, I made some with red beets and some with golden beets. I'm surprised this recipe doesn't call for salt, both for a preservative and for flavor balance. I added 1/2 tsp of kosher salt (coarser than pickling salt) per pint."
"Yum! I had some strawberries that HAD to be used, as well as bananas getting beyond the firm stage, so I made a half batch of this, heavy on the orange (I used a whole one). I made it with bottled lime juice, which is milder tasting and slightly more acidic than lemon juice, so it has a complex citrus taste. Use the WHOLE orange, ground up, as the..."
"This is not a Paula Deen recipe, but the same one is posted on the Food Network as being one of Emeril Lagasse's. I agree, it's really a refreshing change from a mayo based one, or even one with a vinaigrette, it's much lighter tasting. I use a lot more cilantro than is called for, as there is a lot of leeway in it for suiting your..."
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"Ooohh, Mollie Katzen, you've let me down for the first time! I'm afraid this one did not work out for me. In my mind's eye, I loved it, but the reality was different. The popover batter is the same proportions as the Mile High Popovers I usually make, but this product was dense, doughy, and only puffed on the edges. I suspect it mi..."
"Please note that the nutritional information is not correct, as the software cannot distinguish between the original an all the variations, so all ingredients in all versions have been added together. This has been asked several times in the Cooking Q & A Forum."