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"Absolutely yummy! This was a nice, different type of cake. I made it for a friend from Hungary, and he assured me that they really do eat this in Hungary, but it's without the icing. Though he likes it better with the icing. I will definitely make this again and again."
"I made this and fed it to a Hungarian who is living in England for a couple years. He absolutely loved it and said it was just like how they make it in Hungary. Though he said this is actually Paprikash, not Goulash. You can use other meat, too. I used pork, and it was really tasty."
"I've made the herbed biscuit version of these several times, but I use 2 cups whole wheat flour instead of part wheat and part white. I also just "drop them" instead of actually cutting them out. They go great as a side dish with a little butter on them. Very easy. "
"I'm on a diabetic diet, so I used about 1/3 of the sugar, but I still found it sweet enough to my liking. This was a great treat to go with an evening hot drink, and it kept very well for the several days that it lasted. I will definitely make it often. "
"My husband doesn't like my Shepherd's Pie (even though I love it) so I was hesistant to feed this to him, but he absolutely loved it. He added ketchup to it, but I thought this was a perfect dish as is. A good basic meal. "
"Tasted great! I would suggest using a blender to make the pumpkin mush and not trying to mash it. It was also helpful just to use my hands to mush it all up. The pies turned out great, but not really a huge difference from using canned pumpkin. So, I think it's just easier next time to just get canned pumpkin. But this is an excellent recipe if yo..."
"I also added a bit of cloves and nutmeg to the apple mixture, just because I like those spices, and it tasted great. I also brushed egg over the top of the crust before I cooked it to give it an old-fashioned dark and shiny look. Tasted very yummy, especially with vanilla ice cream."
"Heavenly! I used 2 cups whole wheat flour instead of the 2 1/2 cups all purpose flour, and they turned out perfectly. These are very beautiful for a Christmas or holiday goody, and I think I'm going to add this to the usual list of treats I make for gifts each year."
"I didn't use the pimiento, and I added English "brown sauce" instead of the Worcestershire sauce. I also added dried chives, and I used flaked almonds on the outside instead of pecans. It still turned out great, and all my guests loved it. I would suggest doing the two balls, because one ball is quite large."