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"This recipe may not be "authentic," but it certainly tasted very close to the delicious injera my husband and I get at a local Ethiopian restaurant. It was so easy to make, and I wouldn't change a bit of the recipe EXCEPT that I cooked it in a hot skilled--well-made and nonstick skillets--but I had to use some cooking spray. Once I did this, how..."
"I cut this recipe in half because I only had one banana, and I used extra chips--mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. I added 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract to the mix, and I used buttermilk. I baked for 27 minutes with the muffin tin stacked on top of a cookie sheet. These came out absolutely perfect. My husband even said that they were the "best muff..."
"Decadent! I used a 14 oz. package of firm tofu (drained and pressed), as it was all my market had today. I also thinned it out with 1/4 c. organic 2% milk, which made it the perfect texture. I baked a homemade graham cracker crust (6 tbsp unsalted butter melted and mixed with 1 1/2 c. graham cracker crumbs and baked for 8 mins at 350--cool befor..."
"This was fantastic. We needed a dressing that didn't have raw egg, and I can't imagine it would've tasted any better than this. Per some other reviewers' comments, we added only 1/4 cup of milk, and it came out perfect. Thanks for a wonderful addition to our dressing repetoire, Evelyn!"
"These were fantastic and so easy. We were snowed in and unable to make it to the store. I had to find something using only normal pantry items. This recipe was perfect for that need. We took them to a friend's house up the road for dinner, and they were a hit. I generally tweak something in every recipe, but this needs no alterations. Thanks..."
"These were fantastic! My husband made them and added a few other spices, but they were so easy and delicious. We'll certainly make these over and over again. We topped them with a raita type dressing--plain yogurt, sour cream, garlic, cilantro, and a bit of green chili chutney mixed together. It had a spicy but cooling effect. Thanks, Barb!"
"This was delicious. My husband made it, and he used golden raisins. He also toasted the pine nuts and just mixed them in with the kale. The sweetness of the raisins really complements the bitter and sharp taste of the kale. The two flavors go together perfectly. Thanks, Bergy!"
"This is one of those recipes where you get on your knees and thank the gods for leading you to this divine mixture of ingredients. I used unsalted butter in place of crisco, 3/4 parts honey with 1/4 part maple syrup (couldn't find molasses of all things and ran out of honey!) and did not grease the pan, and these were perfect even still. My husb..."
"I used Splenda to sweeten and half blueberries and half strawberries in place of one cup of strawberries. This was the best smoothie I've ever tasted. It had the perfect thickness--thick enough to scoop out with a spoon like a luxurious sherbert dessert--but thin enough to drink if you prefer. Seriously, thank you for sharing this one!"
"These were INCREDIBLE. Seriously, my husband and I were just moaning when we ate them, but that happens when you use the lovely combo off goat cheese and roasted peppers. We want to make this again for company soon, and we also enjoyed the beautiful fresh pea soup on the side."