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"We have food allergies we work around, and this is EXACTLY what we needed. It has become our staple for broccoli soup. We enjoy the dill, and all the rest. My one suggestion is to make sure you blend it well! I left it just a bit chunky and it didn't hit the pallet the same, too much texture."
Jan 24, 2012 on Food.com
"We try to do 'healthy' desserts, so I used whole wheat flour, and reduced and replaced all sugar with honey, which worked just fine. We also thought the baking powder was too strong, and I don't think it needs that much to bake up in the same way...so I'll reduce that. It was still really yummy, and was good with cool whip!! Great way to use fr..."
Jul 20, 2011 on Food.com
"These ARE fantastic...especially if you love flavor and not ketchup! Even my kids loved them (although they still had ketchup. I had to google how to make 'herbs de provence', which was easy and amazing! Highly recommend these over frozen any night!! I'd like to try it with sweet potatos/yams."
Mar 9, 2011 on Food.com
"I have to add another thought after making more jam. The recipe is not clear (at least it was not to me. I read it as saying that you need to take 1 1/2 cups of white grape juice CONCENTRATE and simmer it down to 1/2 cup....well, after making it again, I decided that was wrong and you either need 1/2 cup of the concentrate, OR you can use recon..."
Jul 28, 2010 on Food.com
"I changed this recipe to fit what I had, and to make it more healthy: I used fresh apricots. I pressed one into a sieve in order to obtain 'juice'. I used 1/4 cup molasses, 1/4 cup honey, 1/4 cup brown sugar (instead of 1 cup brown sugar for the sauce. I substituted whole wheat and therefore added 1/2 tsp more of baking powder, and again only use..."
Jul 27, 2010 on Food.com
"I hate reviewing something when I didn't follow the recipe exactly, but I had to add another 5 stars because the combination of the herbs was FANTASTIC! (And I DID follow the herbs listed, just used dry, which worked well. I used coconut oil, rather than olive, which was extra delicious, and I still used the butter...YUM! Also, I left the liqui..."
Jul 21, 2010 on Food.com
"We ate this for our main course...it was filling and delicious. It was so flavorful and exotic compared to what we normally eat (with 4 little ones at home, that it was like we went to an expensive restaurant. I had to use plain old soy sauce, and I had pre-sliced mushrooms, which I put the sauce over and baked, but it seemed perfect. It will def..."
Jul 12, 2010 on Food.com
"My 4 little boys (6 and under ate this at our house tonight, spinach and all, and asked if we could have it every night...it's definitely going into the 'keeper' file! I will cut back a little on the rosemary too, not my favorite flavor. I also sauteed the onion/garlic in coconut oil (for the health benefits and LOVED the flavor it added! I li..."
Jul 12, 2010 on Food.com
"ALL of my children ate this! And they didn't add ketchup! I made it w/out onion and pepper due to some digestion/flavor issues but it was still great. Quinoa has such a nice flavor itself. This was a wonderful, healthy substitute to ham-fried-rice (and we happened to have ham so I added it this time."
Jun 7, 2010 on Food.com
"My mom made these when I was young, so I was excited to try them with my boys. I also used egg molds and a deviled egg tray, sprayed w/non-stick spray, then heavily dusted with flour. They came out fairly well, only a little sticky on the top edge. I also tried using chocolate chips, but think it was too thick. The egg creme was a little...well,..."
Apr 4, 2010 on Food.com