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"I changed this a little by substituting apple sauce for the butter, and using an extra banana and whole wheat pastry flour. I also added a teaspoon of cinnamon. My batter was very wet (probably due to the extra banana) and the loaf took an extra 1/2 hour to bake. Even then it was barely done. This makes excellent toast. Cut a thick slice and toast..."
"Giving this five stars before I make it because I know I can adjust the seasonings a bit if needed to deserve five stars. To make this closer to the hot and sour soup I am used to, I will use tofu cubes instead of chicken and will add plenty of freshly ground black pepper. It sounds delightful, thanks!"
"I intended to make this salad today. I made the dressing first, then decided to use it tossed into a quinoa salad with garbanzo beans, shredded carrots, celery, cashews, and red onion instead with some extra lemon juice added for a little more zing. It was very good! I would not have thought to use curry powder in salad dressing, but I will make t..."
"I too was confused by the weird recipes. I use a lot of Beau Monde... and I balk at paying the high price for that tiny jar. I was out of powdered sugar so used 3 packets of Splenda instead. That made it too sweet so I added 2 teaspoons each more of celery salt and onion powder. It tastes good now and the extra 4 teaspoons made the recipe perfect..."
"This does puff up amusingly on the edges. But this is far too much nutmeg. I like nutmeg, but one teaspoon made the pancake taste toxic. I hate to waste food but I threw half of this away. Next time I will use a regular Dutch Baby recipe. Most Dutch Baby recipes contain a little salt, more sugar, and cinnamon or vanilla...with little or no nutmeg."
"I used the cornstarch option and Worcestershire sauce instead of Kitchen Bouquet (I never have Kitchen Bouquet). So fast and easy! Thank you, I'll make it again. It would be even better with good chicken or beef broth instead of the beef bouillion granules I used."
"My grandmother used to make a boiled salad dressing in the 1940s and 1950s. I loved it, and didn't like mayonnaise which became popular then because it seemed too oily to me. I was used to the boiled dressing taste I just made a batch of this using cider vinegar. It was too sour for me. I wound up adding a total of three tablespoons of sugar ..."
"My daughter and I liked it toasted with butter. The changes I made were to reduce sugar to 1/2 cup, add a little extra coconut, substitute a little pack of applesauce for the melted butter, and use whole wheat pastry flour instead of AP flour. I left out the nuts because I wanted coconut to be the dominant flavor. I don't think the changes af..."
"Did not bother to cook the syrup first. Made this using honey (warmed in microwave to dissolve better) and Heinz Balsamic Ketchup, half safflower and half olive oil, and onion powder instead of real onion. It's delicious, and will be even better after it sits for a while to blend the flavors. This will be my go-to Russian Dressing recipe from..."
"I used the food processor method and it worked very well. I rarely bake but might make biscuits more often because this way is easy. I added some fresh chopped chives and black pepper to this batch. I used salted butter and the full teaspoon of kosher salt. Next time I'll cut back on the salt, I didn't notice that the recipe called for u..."