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"I made it just about as written, though I used the food processor for the onions and chilies etc. and cooked them kind of like a masala paste. It was quite good, and a great use of garden veggies this time of year. Also super easy to throw together on a weeknightI really liked the cashew/coconut base, and think with some tweaking this will be ..."
"Yum!I've made these twice and they turned out great! I did halve the recipe, and did the half/half chip thing (the tip to let them melt on top works great). Also have subbed 50% whole wheat pastry flour with no problems.Thanks for the recipe!"
"Yummy! We used fresh sweet corn and I threw in a chopped tomato as well. Very good as quesadillas, though we were short on tortillas so made nachos out the rest. A very versatile recipe, and I'm looking forward to making it again in the wintertime with frozen corn and peppers from the garden :)"
"Quite good! I followed the recipe pretty closely--we didn't have fresh limes but used lime juice...The sauce was great but HOT--I used about 4 Jalapenos and a couple of small serranos. I wasn't sure but used them whole (with seeds). It was fine as a light accompaniment but you might want to de-seed them for a less-hot sauce.Definitely a sol..."
"I've made these a few times--they're great--I like the banana/pumpkin combo, and you'd never notice the WW flour.I usually halve it and get 12 regular muffins (one pan with each filled to top) and I also usually add chocolate chips--this time some coconut too!"
"I had to join the site just because of this recipe! Thank you, it tuned out truly awesome. I used my own frozen tomato sauce, and improvised on the filling a little based on what I had in the house--but the instructions and configuration for getting the stuffed style pie is just perfect!"