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"I made this for a friends birthday and it is one delicious cake. I used 2 sticks of butter in the cake and I tripled the frosting recipe. Mind you, I had really thick icing layers and it looked like a restaurant cake. Beautiful! Having worked in a bakery, that is how I like to make my layer cakes and I also do a crumb coat. I would definitel ..."
Nov 27, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"This makes a really good Tourtiere. I made half the recipe into 2 pies, last Christmas, baked one and froze the other unbaked which we enjoyed the following month. I made the crust with half lard and half butter. Instead of ground veal, I used ground turkey and Chicken stock for the veal stock. I made sure the filling was moist before putting it ..."
Nov 17, 2012 on Cooking Channel
"Great recipe! I love Naan and when I saw AArti make it, I knew I had to try making this myself. I love making bread and I had never made Naan before. It is so simple and she is right, I had all the ingredients on hand. The recipe delivers a delicious, slightly charred, blistery and chewy flatbread which rivals any I have had in Indian restaura ..."
Sep 11, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I had to make this after seeing the show - I arelly enjoy Aarti and her recipes are so appealing. I doubled the recipe so we would have leftovers(I did not double the coconut oil and found that the sauce was a little thin. Like a previous reviewer I might leave out the added water or next time, double the meatballs but not the sauce. The flavor ..."
Aug 22, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I madethese for teacher gifts for my daughterandthey are delicious. The mixture has to cook for awhile before it starts to look like caramel and I used half the salt,based on the first review. I did not usethe ice- I let the caramel cool a bit and dipped Granny Smith apples and then my daughter decorated them with chocolate and pecans, I have mad..."
Dec 29, 2009 on Food.com
"I have made this a few times to rave reviews. My daughter is vegetarian and this is something we all can enjoy as a family. I use half the olive oil and red pepper flakes and double the hominy. I have also added chipotle chile and diced peppers. I pre-soak the beans and cook it more like 2 hours. Thank you for posting this recipe."
Oct 4, 2009 on Food.com
"I made this after work one night and it was quick and easy although it took a little longer than 30 minutes. It is made with mostly pantry staples. My family loved it and my husband doesn't usually like turkey chili. The beer and chipotles really added to the flavor so it was spicy but not too hot. It tasted great for lunch the next day. The only ..."
Nov 21, 2007 on FoodNetwork.com
"I made this to use up a lemon cake mix and filling in my pantry and it was quick and delicious. My 10 year old called it sponge cake because it was so light and moist- I added lemon oil(maybe 1/2 tsp. to cake and frosting in addition to the vanilla and used about twice the cream cheese in the frosting. I baked mine in a 13x9 pan for about 25 minu..."
Jul 5, 2006 on Food.com
"Fantastic- loved the texture and tart flavor- have made several times but I use 13x9 pan. Reminded me of a bar that I had at a bakery once and could not determine how they were made. Had to pass this recipe along to my mom once she tasted them! "
Mar 15, 2006 on Food.com
"These are very tasty and easy bars- I did find the crust a bit dry and I only baked it for 20 minutes- next time I will try 15 minutes- baked with the filling for 30 minutes and maybe could cut back a few. They were not too brown- I used a dark pan lined with foil and reduced the oven temp. to 325. This recipe is a keeper though and I will make ag..."
Jul 4, 2005 on Food.com