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"Excellent. I used whole eggs by mistake and they still worked out. I also used a mixture of cream cheese and cheddar as it was all I had and that also worked no problem. I have seen similar recipes that use a mixture of cottage and hard cheeses too so you could adapt away with this recipe I think."
"This is a perfectly nice recipe but, having just made an apple cake which combined flavours beautifully, seemed a touch boring; I used fresh bought plums which may have had an effect. Still, this is easy and quick to make, tastes fine and looks lovely. I would make it again to cope with a plum glut but will be looking for more exciting options too."
"Really nice combination of flavours. I have made this loads but used crystallised ginger instead of peel."
"Really good and chewy. Definitely needs melted chocolate on top though (think I used around 100g) and chopped glace cherries, flaked almonds and a tablespoon of brandy make it a bit more special."
"Not at all weird. Peanut butter is savoury for Brits. We think Americans are strange for eating it as sweet and in more than three years, my American boyfriend has not been able to persuade me to try a peanut butter and jelly sendwich, which sounds absolutely disgusting to all Brits. I can't rate this; it's so obvious!"
"Good taste but some of the instructions are a little unclear. The biggest issue I had is the portioning. The recipe serves more like 8 -10 and changing the serving size to 1 will produce enough for 2 generous main courses or 4 - 6 starters. Nevertheless, this is an interesting recipe; I'd recommend it for the first course at a dinner party."
"Much, much too mild for me. Maybe I have the wrong expectation but I expect chilli powder to be mainly chilli. Doubling the quantity of cayenne brings it nearer to my standards."