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"These are fantastic! I used the full 2 3/4 cup of flour and all butter for this recipe. I also substituted the almond extract with maple extract as that's what I had on hand. I will definitely make these again. Thanks for posting!!"
"This recipe was quick, easy and delicious. I doubled the recipe with no problems. I toasted the quinoa first and then removed it from the pan before saut?ing my onions and garlic in olive oil. I like spice so I added Old Bay seasoning and some coriander. I also added a can of chickpeas and a little bit of veggie bullion. Thanks for posting!"
"This pie was phenomenal and a huge hit at the office. Not only did I have people asking for the recipe; but someone asked if I would make it for them if they paid me! I have a 12 inch pie pan and adjusted the ingredients to 1 1/2 times the amount without any problems. I also added extra vanilla and coconut extract because I'm a huge fan of both...."
"Awesome recipe in so many ways. I did find that mine didn't rise very high and was also on the dry side even though it only took 18 minutes in my oven. Other than that, the taste and texture were delicious and it was a big hit at the party. Thanks for posting!"
"This recipe is fabulous! I've made it a few times and it comes out perfect with rave reviews. I follow the recipe exactly except I add a 1/2 tsp of cinnamon to the dry ingredients. It took 1 hour 20 minutes to cook in my oven. Thanks for posting! :)"
"This was very tasty. I did what Jezski recommended and layed the fish on a bed of chopped onions, orange pepper and baby squashes. I halfed the honey and doubled the curry powder (we like it hot!). There was lots of sauce and this went well with rice. Next time I will try it with a more substantial fish like salmon. Thanks for posting!"
"DH and I thought this was so tasty! I substituted whole wheat flour, lemon extract and craisins (for the raisins) because that's what I had on hand; and I added some frozen wild blueberries too. Just before putting it into the oven I covered the top with some brown sugar that got crunchy while baking. Thanks for posting!"
"These were pretty darn fabulous! I followed the recipe but substituted olive oil for vegetable oil, whole wheat flour instead of all purpose flour and used buttermilk instead of whole milk. They turned out nice and light with a crunchy texture similar to cornbread. I will make these again - thanks for posting!"