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"I made these as a 'cornbread' in an 8x8 pan. The mixture was VERY thick, almost too thick (perhaps that's why they are better as muffins?), but delicious.UPDATE: I made these as muffins and they are the PERFECT recipe. My new favorite. :)"
"I must admit that I didn't add any of the spices except for salt and pepper... but the lemon and lemon rind really make this dish lovely! And toasting the quinoa REALLY made a difference; I will do this every time I make it now - thanks for the tip."
"This is excellent with FRESH spinach! I added some red onion and baby bella mushrooms that I sauteed a few minutes beforehand to get the liquid out. Love it!"
"Excellent recipe! I found the danishes a bit too big for me, so next time I will use about half of the dough for each to make them smaller. I also found that spraying my hands and fingers with non-stick cooking spray helped me for them without making a huge mess."
"This was the biggest hit at my Thanksgiving dinner! Wow. It did take more than 20 minutes for my mixture to thicken, but other than that, everything turned out wonderful. Like someone else said, the taste is not exactly what I remembered as "french silk" pie - it was almost more chocolaty than I wanted (is that possible?!). Next time I might exper..."
"I made a few variations: no meat, added celery, doubled the beans, and used vegetable broth. I have to say this was REALLY liquid-y. Next time I will drain the beans, and use about half of the broth. A wonderful addition was a dollop of sour cream just before eating - it thickened it up and gave it another layer of flavor."
"Really great recipe! The seared green onions are a wonderful flavor - I will double them next time! I used brown rice as it was what I had. Lovely!"
"I used kidney beans instead of navy beans. This was delish - except next time I will tone down the chili powder by about half."