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"My only complaint is the lack of info on serving size. Otherwise, this worked wonderfully. For others' info: Boiling for 10 minutes yielded about 3 cups for me, which makes each serving about a tablespoon and a half.
Also for others' info re: boiling sugar, the reason why it gets thicker and harder is that the water is being evaporated..."
"Delicious. The recipe makes more than my ice cream maker can hold, so I've been using the remainder of the base as apricot syrup--works well on vanilla ice cream, for example. I added about 1 Tbsp chopped fresh ginger with the apricots. It adds just the right hint of flavor, but next time I would put in a few slices and remove them after the si..."
"We're a sodium-restricted household, so I cut out the salt and used low-sodium tomato sauce. We're also calorie-conscious, so I also cut the oil to 1 Tbsp, just enough to cook the onion and garlic in. Finally, I increased the basil to 1 tsp, just because I like the flavor. The resulting sauce was extremely easy to make and very tasty. I gave i..."
"I made the recipe as written, and loved it. It was a little foamy, I guess, but I let the soup sit (made it Sunday, then took it all week in my lunch) and the foam settled out. FULL of flavor. Delicious flavor. I also made a Thai variation by substituting coconut milk for milk and lime for lemon, and adding a little curry paste (1 tsp, but..."
"I used curry paste instead of powder and served the soup with chicken. The flavor was a little heavy for me at first, so I added the juice of one lime and about half a tablespoon of soy sauce to lighten it up and make it a little more "Thai". The result was delicious and I'll definitely be making it again!"
"I added 1/4 cup ground flaxseed, but otherwise prepared the recipe as-is. The muffins came out pretty well and are very filling, but a little sweet for my taste. Next time I will try substituting more applesauce for the honey and using two egg whites instead of a whole egg. That should cut the sweetness and make them even healthier--only 115 ca..."
"This was my first ever successful attempt at fish; before I've always messed it up. I made two fillets and they came out wonderfully this time. My only problems were that it was a little bland (the garlic flavor didn't seem to transfer to the fish very well) and that I had a lot of trouble getting the fillets turned over. They kept falling apar..."
"I also quartered the recipe. It was easy and quick, great description of the technique. However, by itself the flavor is a little bland; I had to add about 1 Tbsp of butter and 2 Tbsp of grated Romano to it to add some flavor. I also would have liked a little more information on how to grill or fry slices; I tried and it wound up just warmed th..."
"Easy and simple. I like that in a recipe! Hubby and I found the parsley a little strong, though, so we'll probably cut back on it next time or perhaps try another herb."
"I had to omit the salt and olives and use low-sodium tomato sauce to accomodate my husband's low-sodium diet, and also used equal parts lamb and pork instead of beef because that's what I had on hand. It's a pretty decent sauce, though nothing particularly extraordinary, and very easy to make. We'll definitely be using this one again."