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"Wow! This is the first time I have managed to find a step-by-step recipe for Mashi Corrumb. It is a very popular dish with my family particularly in winter, but it is so time-consuming and not all authentic recipes are as easy as this! I believe it is the spices and the bouillon cube that make the difference, although everyone tells me it is th..."
"Easy and with that special "short" that you can only find with expensive bought shortbread. I want to say thanks for such a CLEAR step-by-step recipe. Rotating the tins is an important part of the recipe as it ensures uniform colour. I like this recipe as it is so like one I used to use in Scotland. Thanks!"
"this aubergine stew was delicious and easy to make. It's a well balanced dish and is very high in proteins. We enjoy Iranian or Persian food so much, and although not usual, I served this with a plain Basmati rice dish that we make frequently at home. Thank you so much for this gem, Chef#397624. I hope to enjoy many of your recipes!"
"Lovely tasty and so simple! My teenage daughter just loves cinnamon, and this is just perfect for our Friday and Saturday get-together lazy breakfasts. The tip about adding vanilla and the egg make the finished result a little richer. Loved by all the family, Thanks KITTENCAL!!"
"This is one of my favourite pastitsio recipes. I have a very similar one by Anne Theoharous, which is so lengthy in preparation. Everyone always asks me for this recipe. This recipe goes very well with a tomato salad in a Greek dressing. Thanks for sharing!!"
"This lovely rice dish was exactly what I was looking for to accompany spicy grilled chicken. It was full of flavour and much appreciated by my family. I recommend making this unique dish using the rosewater, as it really adds to the taste. Rosewater can be found in most larger supermarkets everywhere. This recipe is a real keeper!"
"Thanks so much for posting this Blast fron the Past, French Tart! I asked for the recipe as a radio show jogged my memory. This pickle was a real hit! Delicious and sweet with loads of sultanas and a "kick" from the Madras curry powder. My children enjoy this the way I did as a child, on toasted cheese. Easy to make, it improves if you can st..."
"Thank you Halalmom for such an easy to put together couscous stew recipe. I added a traditional Egyptian spice mix as I haven't come across the Ras El Hanout here. My family prefer chicken with couscous and loved the delicious sauce. I added a good handful of raisins and waited for the raves. This even tasted delicious for lunch the next day. ..."
"Thanks a million for posting this AWESOME recipe, Evelyn! I made it for the first time for 18 guests, and it was out of this world. Served with a tomato salad vinaigrette, we had no leftovers. It was wonderfully light and our guests commented on the herby flavour. The tip of sprinkling the finished dish with cool water before baking ensured the..."
"This recipe was the first recipe that I searched for. I hadn't even heard of Recipezaar then! I was at that time looking for a really authentic Greek recipe for Baklava, as I had left all my cookbooks in Scotland. Well I found it! It is the combination of spices which make this recipe so unique. A very valuable tip that is given in this recipe..."