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"I agree with Chefinga; do not put corn oil into any Arabic cooking! Olive oil is all that our (Middle Eastern) family has ever used. And for this recipe, I again agree; my grandmother always put little dots of butter on top prior to baking."
"I've been making these for a while and DH loves them. It's all that he wants to eat for breakfast and he isn't even that crazy about chocolate. This can be made gluten free by subbing rice flour for the self-rising flour and increasing the baking powder to one half tablespoon. Also, subbing half diabetic syrup and half honey for the agave gives..."
"Oops. I didn't acclimate the eggs to the heat properly and they curdled. That said, this was still very yummy. Fresh blueberries were added at the end. Thank you for posting!"
"As it is far too hot to cook in the oven, this was prepared stovetop in a cast iron skillet. A recipe so simple, yet the perfect light summer dinner, this is something that every za'atar lover should try. Thank you for posting!"
"Made this using tortilla #50820 and enchalada sauce #395141 and it came out fantastic! The only change that I would make would be to thank I'fortuna chef #1900559 for the zaar mail about how to use the mole sauce. This was amazing...and enough for six people. Thank you for posting!"
"I made them too thick to roll, but they were great for enchiladas. Instead of getting rolled, there was a layer on the bottom (over the sauce) and another layer over the filling. They came out great! Has anyone tried subbing lime juice for part of the water? Thank you for posting!"
"This is definitely much healthier, and lower in calories, than the way that I make it. For this recipe, I would use 1/2 c olive oil and skip using the water in the garbanzo beans. The way that Meg has this posted is definitely a healthy, and still very tasty, way to go. Thank you for posting!"
"This was truly wonderful! As Cookgirl stated, the flavors were not blended before the mixture was frozen. By the miracle of cold, the flavors were perfectly married when we ate it ten hours later. Thank you for posting. Made for May 2011 NA*ME tag."
"Subbed Recipe#407828 #407828 for the chocolate cookies and this was just fantastic! As there was a soft brownie, versus a hard cookie, it was eaten right away. Thank you for posting. Happily made for Spring 2011 PAC. :)"