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"Humble, healthful, filling, and 15 minutes in the pressure cooker! This is going to be just right for my annual modified fast, and when the fast is over, it'll be a good filling for burritos."
"This was fairly good. It was plenty sweet with just a tablespoon or so of sugar and would have been far too sweet with the full 1/2 cup. The texture wasn't quite like Durkee's--I mixed it with a couple of tablespoons of mayo for a less pasty, smoother texture. It also made a huge batch--about 2 cups, maybe more--which is a whole lot of Durkee's fo..."
"I wanted to like this,because I like tempeh and I like Indonesian. But the "ingredient pileup" -- seriously, asparagus? -- didn't help it, and the twice-grilled technique was time consuming and didn't add anything. And I didn't understand the 8-foil-squares but 4 servings technique. Does each person get two squares? And is 8 ounces of tempeh reall..."
"These were deliciously lemony and nicely balanced between chewy and tender. Couldn't wait for a plate -- we snatched them off the grill and ate them right then and there! (Especially the crunchy tips.)"
"This worked, and really tastes like orange marmalade. Couple notes: shredding rather than chopping the melon rind gives a more customary marmalade texture. And it's important to shred or grate at least one of the oranges down into the white part of the rind, as the bitterness is what gives the mixture its characteristic marmalade flavor. Taste the..."
"Goes together quickly and is ready in just about 4 hours at HIGH, 7 at low. Added a sliced sweet potato, which fell apart, FYI. Next time, I may use just a single strip of lemon peel."
"Especially satisfying and rich for a meatless soup. It was much thicker than expected -- almost like a stew, so I used 6 cups of broth in total. I used part vegetable broth and still got a really hearty soup. (Slipped in a couple of Parmesan rinds, too, which was delicious.) Great recipe -- thanks for sharing! Made for Zaar World Tour III. UPDATE:..."
"This was great! Imagine tabouli but with more protein and a chewier texture. Great hot weather lunch or side dish. Kids didn't like it, but the adults raved. Thanks Garlic Chick, for a super recipe."