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"Very tasty. I made this according to directions posted, but 1/2 recipe. Also, I made it in a 9x9 pan and layered it, with the top layer being the mascarpone mixture. I used the savoiardi biscuits as well and made lemon curd from one of the recipes on this site. Very pleased with the outcome of this one. As usual, I'm going to change this rec..."
"OK. I'm not going to rate this one yet. It Still isn't quite where I want it. I followed your recipe, made 1/2 recipe actually, and it was better than my first attempt. I didn't have anise seeds so I used a tiny bit (a drop or 2) of anise oil and it worked out well. I cooked the thinly sliced potatoes first and then added them to to soup. Thi..."
"I will never order red curry in a restaurant again! This recipe is excellent. I, fortunately, had some kaffir leaves. If you don't, add some lime juice or grated lime peel. (both are OK substitutes.) Also, use a good brand of fish sauce. This was a little too hot, so I cut the curry down to 2 heaping TBSPs. You'll love it!"
"Always a hit! The last time I made it (filling a hollowed-out round rye) guests tore apart the empty bread bowl and proceeded to devour it after all of the dip was eaten!"
"I used all ingredients as directed. Next time, I'll make "lite" version with fat free pudding, sugar-free jello and cool whip free as others have done with success. Also, yes, this is one you can "tweak" a little with different flavors of ingredients. A strawberry one sounds great!"
"I haven't tried this specific recipe but, let me comment. You absolutely have to use the sour head and not just plain cabbage. Also, use the beef and pork ( my Ma use beef/pork/veal mix) not just beef. The smoked pork ribs give it a really nice taste. And, yes, make the"ajmbren" (or as my Ma called it, "zafrek".) Absolutely, let them sit at LE..."