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"Great recipe. I made it using pasteurized eggs in a carton (1/2 cup=2 eggs), and substituted real whipped cream for the Cool Whip--very nice! Oreo crust on this one.
The second time I made this, I did the mods above and also increased the baker's chocolate to 3 oz. and decreased the sugar to a rounded 1/2 cup (from 3/4 cup), for more of..."
"I agree with the previous reviewer--this looks and tastes like pea soup. The flour keeps the liquid from being too watery. For my taste, it was a bit thin and brothy, so I doubled the amount of lentils (I added in approximately another cup after the first hour, when I saw how few lentils there were for that volume of soup.) This is for my taste..."
"Great recipe--a bit complex (anything that gets 3 pots/pans dirty is complex to me)--but the results are well worth it! I made this for a holiday barbecue, and everyone loved it, myself included. I subbed turkey bacon and left out the radishes, but there's still plenty of interest and it's fairly bursting with flavor. I'll make this one again!"
"This was easy and tasty. My only issue is that like many bone-in poultry dishes, the flavor seemed only skin deep. Perhaps marinating would help, or using cutlets instead?The molasses sauce was dark, mysterious and somewhat addictive. I might trying adding ginger or even cayenne next time for some added zip. I think this would translate well..."
"I had something similar to this in a restaurant--I'm so glad I found this here! For a lower fat version, I substituted nonfat Greek yogurt for the sour cream and omitted the mayo. Delicious, thanks!"
"These cookies were really great, and well-received. Exactly what I was looking for to bring to the seder. Three different people asked me for the recipe! I substituted dried cherries for the raisins, which added a pleasing tartness to the bittersweet chocolate chips. One thing: I used *heaping* tablespoons to drop the batter, and this recipe ..."