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"This is my "cooking to impress" recipe! It's great with steak but I had some kangaroo fillets last week. I marinaded them overnight in red wine, olive oil, garlic, sea salt, black pepper and finely chopped sage and thyme. Then I cooked them on the barbecue (grill) and, while they were resting, sliced the seasoned butter on top. Oh my Dawkins! ..."
"I made this recipe on Jan's recommendation before it was posted here. The combination of flavours is inspired! This is one of the best recipes we've had from Zaar - it was THAT good! When I cooked it, Jan had only given me the 'bones' of the recipes, so I had no quantities - just the ingredients. I made enough for four serves using 3 green oni..."
"I'd run out of mayo and remembered seeing this recipe. I was doubtful that it would work, but thought I'd give it a go! What do you know? It DID work! I halved the recipe, and used the tall plastic tumbler that came with my hand blender set. It made a lovely thick mayo. I must say I wasn't keen on the slightly bitter after-taste of the olive..."
"This is a fabulous chocolate cake. It was so easy to make and turned out moist and delicious. I DO agree it is not quite as chocolatey as you might wish but it does improve considerably in taste and texture for keeping. At the end of a week we were groaning in ecstacy as this cake just got better and better. I'm making it again today but, in h..."
"Yum! We really, really enjoyed this! I did fiddle with the recipe a bit. For the sauce I used a good teaspoon of ginger, 1 tablespoon garlic, just over 1/4 cup soy sauce, 1/2 cup water, 1/2 cup brown sugar, a tablespoon of rice vinegar, a good slosh of rice wine, and another slosh of sesame oil. After making the sauce, I stir fried some sliced..."
"Some Korean students cooked Keema for me once and I was very impressed. In order to replicate that first experience, I used half the amount of ground beef (500g), and doubled the spices stipulated in this recipe. I also added 1 teaspoon of salt to the spices. I didn't have red pepper flakes, so I used a good few shakes of cayenne instead. Instead ..."
"This went perfectly with Recipe #181566 along with some baked tomatoes. I did find it needed quite a lot of seasoning to bring out the flavour and I doubled the garlic, but otherwise it was delicious. I sliced small heads of fennel in four, removing the core from each quarter. I found they took about 30 minutes to cook. Next time, I might try ..."
"For those who are wondering, tasty cheese is an Australian term and refers to any well-flavoured or matured cheddar cheese, but I used parmesan as that's what I had on hand. I halved the recipe for a light Saturday night dinner for two. I don't know how 'Turkish' it is, but it's certainly tasty. One hint - it does need plenty of seasoning."
"I've tried many Apple Strudel recipes over the years and always been disappointed at the lack of taste. This was the exception! It's terrific! I used 4 large apples, peeled, cored and sliced. Because I like LOTS of flavour I tossed the slices in the juice of a lemon as well as adding the lemon rind. I had a handful of ground almonds left over..."