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"i don't know why i didn't rate this before - maybe because I made many changes (used as much fresh as possible, including spices, etc. this is just wonderful!!! all in all, i think the reason why there are so many onions is because the idea is for the onions to be slices exceptionally thin - "go out and buy new knives" (which i did thin. and, of..."
Jan 25, 2009 on Food.com
"no stars here because i added so much. i added 1.5 c fresh medium unsweetened coconut, almost 1 c mixture of sugars ( processed organic white and unprocessed organic brown some spices (including vanilla extract that i will never get again, etc. and i've put a lot of the dough in the freezer because for as small as my refrigerator/freezer is, my..."
Dec 28, 2008 on Food.com
"i'm not going to rate this because i deviated so much. i made it with tofu (baked using a zaar recipe as a base - then used worcester + soy for the fish sauce (which i do not like at all. i didn't use the chicken broth (already wet enough but did use the lime spritz at the very end. and i used fresh veggies of all kinds - including grated organ..."
Nov 22, 2008 on Food.com
"i would love to be able to rate this 5 stars (which it is but i left it cook way too long. regardless, this is a wonderful "one pot" and tastes divine. i made it with home made bbq sauce - and i think that might have been the key. it was tangy and flavourful, yet not overpowering. it's all shredded and getting ready for the freezer right now - bu..."
Oct 20, 2008 on Food.com
"oh my. this is wonderful in so many ways. i doubled the amount of tofu (which i cut into steaks instead of cubes, but tripled the amount of marinade to make sure it would be a "no touch" as possible. i marinades overnight in an airproof container - then baked for 30 minutes at 375ish (my oven and my cheapo oven timer are both "ish". i then remov..."
Oct 5, 2008 on Food.com
"The review is for the sauce only. This is so good! I was looking for a coconut milk base for a rice and veggies dish - and this one is the perfect ratio of sweet to hot to salty. I cooked the rice in the coconut milk mixture and served it with steamed snap peas, carrots and baby corn. I used a full tablespoon of red curry paste but did not include..."
Jul 27, 2008 on Food.com
"Do not eat these alone! You will be tempted to devour each morsel :- Seriously, this was such a pleasant treat. Despite the fact I didn't roll the dough thin enough, it came out crispy and filled with flavour. The sweet of the dough complimented my home made pizza sauce nicely. Thanks for posting this!"
Jul 10, 2008 on Food.com
"Oh! These are soooooo good. I've been craving pancakes for quite some time and, today, decided to indulge. These satisfied my craving for sure! BTW - I actually had to add more milk to make the batter pourable. I used full fat organic milk. Thanks so much for posting this!"
Jul 6, 2008 on Food.com
"Superb! I made it with a cup of juice. It's yummy and healthy and filling - but doesn't make you feel overly full, even if you drink the whole batch. Thank you UC83! This is on my "must make often" list."
Jun 16, 2008 on Food.com