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"This was a good basic bean soup but I felt it would be helped a bit with a larger range of flavors. I added one finely diced carrot, 1 tbsp sesame oil and 1 tsp soy sauce to the mixture. I feel lucky already and it's only the 2nd of January!"
"Not having quinoa sprouts at hand, I used a bit of fine cabbage slaw and whole wheat bread, lightly toasted. The sandwich was very tasty and had a nice flavor overall. Recommended!"
"A good and flavorful recipe but it was more of a paste than a sauce or marinade when I made it using allspice berries and all other ingredients PLUS 2 T water. My yield was about one cup. It could be used as paste on meat directly or used as a marinade or dipping sauce with progressively more water. Nicely done..."
"The combination of the red pepper and star anise was a good flavor for the pork kofte (kefte). Five spice powder would be a good substitute and somewhat easier to find--grinding the star anise was somewhat difficult. The slaw went well with the meat."
"This marinade produced a very juicy roast with our 4 hour dunking. As per Nado2003, we reduced the soy sauce by about half. The flavor was well-balanced and well-done overall. We cooked the 1.5 pound tri-tip with indirect heat on the grill rather slowly. Using our thermometer probe, we cooked the meat to an internal temperature of 150 and it w..."
"An hilarious recipe. (On a serious note, it you want more transparent ice, start with hot water--less gas is held in hot water compared with cold water). The only better recipe would start like this: Step 1: find a glacier..."
"Having lost our A/C at the height of a heat wave, I was looking for a good meal with little cooking. This fit the bill very well and has a nice flavor profile. Did substitute sliced water chestnuts for the canned corn as I had none in the pantry."
"Good flavor, easy preparation but one caveat: with high heat, the vinegar-honey mixture will very rapidly reduce and caramelize, so you need to watch the food and not the clock."
"A nice, bright blend of flavors. I expected cumin and/or coriander and next time I would add about 1/2 tsp each of these (or ras al hanout) for more north African leanings. Recommended!"
"This was a very flavorful and healthy soup. The photo suggests the addition of grated cheese to the finished dish. I added a parmesan/romano blend and enjoyed it all with a crusty roll. I will add this to the rotation eagerly."