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"I made this with the 2 TB butter and whole wheat bread and wow was it tasty! It was good enough to eat alone - no syrup required! I also liked the "crunch" this had (I baked mine 20 minutes). I can never achieve such a nice texture when I make regular french toast in a pan (it always seems to be limp), so I was super excited with thi..."
"First of all, let me just say these will fill your house with the most delightful aroma! The recipe made 12 tasty muffins for me. I did make some changes, I used half whole wheat flour and half white, 1/4 cup butter and (accidentally) 1/2 cup of applesauce. Meant to put 1/4 cup applesauce like another reviewer suggested but they came out great ..."
"This had a great texture but, like others, I found it to be bland. I used a 13 oz box of rotini (instead of 16 oz) and upped the broccoli to 4 cups. I also used a whole green pepper (which was about 1 1/3 cups). I'm not sure what you could add to boost the flavor besides salt, but it definitely needed something."
"So easy and soooo good! I made a few changes; I used two large potatoes and 2 large zucchini in place of the eggplant, and I didn't have any chives so I bumped the basil up to 1 tsp in it's place. I cut my potatoes in smaller chunks to reduce the cooking time, and ended up cooking it 22 minutes, stirring it, then 10 minutes more and my..."
"So I made a few changes to this, and the result was a yummy and very filling vegetarian meal! The first change I made was to sauté the onion and barley in one generous TB of oil instead of the 3 TB butter. I also added three large zucchini (to make it a meal) and reduced the chicken broth by half a cup to account for the juice the zucchin..."
"I've made this recipe three times now, the first time regularly, but found it to be a little too sweet for my tastes. The second time I and left out the cinnamon and reduced the vanilla by half, but found it really needed the vanilla. Keep the vanilla! As far as the cinnamon goes, both ways are tasty, it's whatever you prefer. By the ..."
"I halved the recipe and used a can of no-salt-added diced tomatoes instead of the stewed, and it came out very tasty! Really a good flavor for such simple ingredients. I decided not to puree it, but I think this is a soup that works equally well, pureed or not. It just depends on what you're serving. For example, today I served it as the ..."
"Oh my goodness, de-LISH! I reduced the soy sauce and brown sugar to 2 tablespoons each and felt it was a nice balance of sweet and salty. But who really cares about that when we have this amazing flavor called ginger to talk about!! I upped the ginger to 1 1/2 teaspoons, and ugh, sooo good! If you're a ginger lover, like myself, I highly ..."
"Unfortunately, for me this just wasn't outstanding. I think baking it so long made it rather dry and the flavors just didn't "pop" for me. Cooking it for a shorter time would probably solve the dryness though. If this didn't have so many rave reviews, I'd be a little easier on it, but after having such high expecta..."
"I love it when a dish is simple to make, healthy, and tasty, and this was all those things! The only change I made was I used 2 cups of vegetable broth and 4 cups of water, as that's all the broth I had on hand, but it still came out very nicely. The texture was really great; I had imagined this would be a thicker soup, like when you puree ..."