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"Used this recipe as a foundation for making a healthy bread for my sons to have for breakfast. For the flour, I used 1 cup of oats and 1 1/2 cup of spelt powder. I subbed half the oil with applesauce and used 1/2 cup of honey instead of the 2 cups of sugar. I also added walnuts. The loaves were done cooking in 40 minutes. They're really good!..."
"I made these for a friend. They are really good! The only change I would have made is to make them thicker next time. I'm a bit concerned about how they will hold up to being used for s'mores."
"This is the third recipe I've tried for biscotti. Aside from trying different add ins, I think this will be the last one I try. I used white whole wheat flour and I decreased the sugar to 2/3 cups and they were still sweet enough for us. Next time, I will decrease the sugar even more and dip the biscotti in melted chocolate. Thank you for the..."
"This was delicious. The only changes were that I added the browned sausage to the crock pot with all the other ingredients, I didn't add the chipotle powder or the butter and it didn't need any additional salt at the end. Oh, and I didn't have a ham hock, so I didn't use that either. The seasoning was perfect! Thanks for the gr..."
"These were excellent. I doubled the recipe and used bread flour. I mixed and needed it in my Kitchen Aide and then only kneaded it by hand for less than a minute. It raised up perfectly and was delicious. This was so much faster and easier than I could have imagined! Thank you!"
"This was really tasty. The level of "heat" was perfect. As "llizzielizzielouwho" suggested, I left out the carrots. I only used 5 ounces of blue cheese, since that's what I had in the house and I think that was just the right amount. Everyone enjoyed it and I'm sure we'll be having it again."
"This went over really well with my family. I followed the directions exactly, except that I did add a little chicken bouillon instead of salt.
I agree with Chef #600333. Using enough flour to make the dumplings makes it easier. Since the batter was so "loose", I put a huge spoonful of it on a well floured surface, covered it generously with ..."
"This was very good! I did cut back on the butter to about 4TBS total and I cut back on the cayenne by about half. I also used crushed tomatoes because I was out of sauce. Oh, and I doubled the basil and cumin.
Thanks for the great recipe!"
"In my family, it can be hard to get everyone to rave about a meal, but this recipe achieved that goal! AMAZING! I made this to serve the next day, so I was able to skim off the fat that had collected on top while it was in the fridge. I did add about 2 TBS of diced onions (they were left over from another recipe and I didn't want to waste them) an..."