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"Just the right amount of spice to make the cookies tasty, interesting, and different, without overwhelming the sweetness of the chocolate. I'll be making this one again!"
"Very tasty! Made it with linguine, and the only thing I did differently to the sauce was to add the walnuts for the last minute of saut?eing the onions and zucchini. It turned out wonderfully - will be making this again!"
"Tasty and easy - the first biscuit recipe I've ever been able to get to hold together without over-kneading it! Enjoyed these as plain biscuits, and in strawberry shortcake - thanks!"
"I made this without a breadmaker. Added about 1tsp cinnamon to the flour, used the sugar and water to proof the yeast, and heated the milk, shortening, and salt together before mixing. Dough was a bit tough to knead at first, but softened after the first rising, and the final product is well worth it - this recipe's a keeper!"
"Authentic or not, this tastes wonderful! The first time I made it, I followed the recipe exactly, and we loved it. The second time, I was snowed in and couldn't get the fresh herbs or scallions - instead used about 1/3 of a regular cooking onion, well-rinsed after chopping to keep it from being too strong, 4tsp dried mint, 4tsp dried cilantro, a..."
"I don't have a dehydrator, but decided to just have the batter as granola, as someone else suggested. When I first made it, it seemed tooth-curlingly sweet, but after sitting in the fridge overnight, the agave seems to have made its way through the nuts and oats, and now it's just right. Thanks!"
"Love this recipe - very easy to make and tastes great! Dimpi mentioned that the garlic burns in the oven, so in order to avoid that, I sliced the garlic cloves into the olive oil and heated it for a few minutes, then drizzled the dough with the oil before baking - no burned garlic, but we still got the garlicky flavour. I'll certainly be making ..."
"One of the first gazpacho recipes my family loves! I misread and put the avocado in the food processor with the rest, rather than leaving it as a garnish, and that worked well too. I've been trying to find a good gazpacho recipe for years and finally have!"
"Probably the best bruschetta recipe I've tried! I heated a sliced garlic clove in some olive oil and brushed the bread with it before toasting under the broiler. We'll definitely be making this again!"