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"It was an okay basic crustless recipe. I found it to be a little more firm that I typically like in a quiche and in need of some more seasoning, perhaps chives or rosemary. Otherwise, it had a good flavor and was very simple to make!"
"The bread was tasty, however the recipe was a little vague as to what sized loaf to set my machine at. Also, my machine's first kneading cycle is less than 10 min long, so adding the butter was an exercise in guessing."
"This was a terrific recipe. I used ricotta instead of cottage cheese and a 29 ounce can of diced tomatoes instead of a can of whole tomatoes that had to be diced. 'Will definitely make this dish over and over again!"
"I used a 1.5 - 2 lb loaf of Brioche that I'd baked the day before. There is way too much liquid in this recipe for that size loaf. If you bake your own, cut the liquid in half. I didn't use clarified butter or super fine sugar. I used unsalted butter and regular white sugar for this recipe. The flavor was good, not outstanding. But like I sa..."
"For those who'd like a non-alcoholic cupcake, one can always substitute pure vanilla extract (which has negligible amounts of alcohol) for bourbon. The substitution is: for every 2 tbsp of Bourbon, substitute 1-2 tsp of vanilla extract. You can use an alcohol free vanilla extract to avoid alcohol content altogether."
"Used this recipe as a base, but modified it:
1.) Doubled Recipe
2.) Made in Crockpot
3.) Omitted Flour
4.) Used 1 can Cream of Celery and 1 can Cream of Chicken
5.) Used Red Pepper Flakes in place of Old Bay Seasoning
6.) Instead of frozen corn - used 2 cans of creamed corn
Rest of recipe as written."
"Good base recipe. I use frozen peas and fresh carrots instead of canned. I also added chopped celery, thyme, rosebary, a bay leaf, ground white pepper, salt, parsley, Mrs. Dash (original), and paprika. Delish!"
"Hands down the best meatloaf I've ever made! My family LOVES this recipe. I will never go back to making it the way I used to!"
"I liked to use equal parts balsamic vinegar and broth. Also, after I browned the chops, I added the liquid, a can of Italian Stewed Tomatoes, and simmered all together for a little bit to infuse the flavor. Then I served it over angel hair pasta - almost like margherita pork."
"I used a full can of beef broth in place of the water and bouillon cube. I also used 16 ounces of water with about a tsp of gravy master and some steak seasoning in the simmering liquid. Made a great gravy."