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"my dh and i recently came into about dozen tangerines so i decided to use them for this recipe. since my food processor is kinda crummy, i chose to peel and segment them all and then use a potato ricer to squeeze out all the juice. i snipped all the peels into tiny pieces and then threw everything into my stockpot. i brought everything to a gentle..."
"made this exactly as recommended except that i substituted lime juice for orange. i used it to marinate some chicken breasts that i pan fried. i poked holes in the breasts and kept dousing the breasts with the mix as they cooked. chicken came out moist and very flavorful. my husband says that from now on i'm in charge of cooking the chicken a..."
"this is a great base recipe for trying other flavors. i stuck to the original recipe but used 1 tbsp. lemon juice and 1 cup regular milk rather than the buttermilk. i also added 1.5 cups of cocoa powder to make for a more chocolate cake doughnut. i also iced these with nutella and they were a big hit with my fiance."
"this is definitely a basic recipe that can be used a few different ways. you can substitute the banana for one cup of applesauce or pumpkin puree and it turns out very delicious."
"this was great! i made it with two smallish eggplants from the garden, tomato sauce and tons of parm and mozz. if you're feeding a crowd you can double the layers. i served it over asiago bread and it was a big hit at our house."
"very delicious. i used a yellow cake mix and then threw in some chocolate pieces. because the base is a cake mix it makes the cookies maintain their moist-ness. i'm going to make the next batch from chocolate cake mix and throw in some peanut butter chips :)."
"this cake was very simple and very delicious. i mixed this up with a large spoon rather than a mixer in order to keep the apple pieces in larger chunks. after cooling, i glazed the cake with a simple lemon icing. very moist and flavorful. i'll be making this again."
"very delicious! i made mine with jiffy corn muffin mix and a whole cup of grated sharp cheddar. i also added about a tbsp. of dijon mustard to the mix because i like things with a little savory kick. delicious and so easy. i'll be making these again."
"this turned out really well. i wanted to make two batches (two pints) so i tripled the recipe. instead of six cups of spinach i used five cups of spinach and one cup of sweet basil. i also threw in about four tablespoons of sun-dried tomatoes packed in oil for each two pint batch. the overall recipe came out roughly like this:5 c. spinach1 c. s..."
"this jam turned out really well. i doubled the recipe and threw in a couple of green apples to balance the sweetness. i tossed all the fruit into my food processor and came close to pureeing it before cooking. the results were a little more like marmalade because of the texture. very delicious and makes about six pints with a double recipe."