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"Good recipe base to cook from. My personal preference would be to cut down on the sugars, omit the raisins, sour cream, & dill. Maybe even change out the spices to suit."
Sep 21, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
My DH & I enjoyed these last night. They're excellent, & deserve 5 stars! I did make 2 minor changes. First, they were baked in the oven at 375 degrees for about 40-45 minutes. Secondly, the bacon was cut lengthwise, which worked better for me to be able to wrap the stalks of asparagus.
The bacon was a nice golden bro..."
May 17, 2012 on Food.com
"Thank You, Moririanne, for posting this recipe. Never having used ground turkey before, this recipe gave me a base from which to make the patties. I tweaked it to suit our tastes, and they turned out great!
One of the changes that I made was to lightly brush the patties with a browning & seasoning sauce, which added about 15 calories more..."
Jun 18, 2011 on Food.com
"Usually, I don't change a recipe the first time it's made, but this one was an exception because I had to use what was in the kitchen. The basics are there, making it easy to switch out something if you don't have it, which is what I had to do.
Instead of only making two patties with the 1# of meat, I found that 4 patties were just right..."
Dec 2, 2010 on Food.com
"Lost my recipe for calico beans, and this one is the same one. Thank you for posting this.
Only changes made were to use apple cider vinegar ( because I was too lazy to bring up the regular vinegar from downstairs and I added a 1/2 cup of water so it wouldn't get too dry while baking in the oven. The salt also was omitted, as we are watchi..."
Nov 5, 2010 on Food.com
"Rose: Look in your grocery store for a product called Lactaid. It's milk for people who are lactose intolerant.
I found Lactaid eggnog in the grocery store yesterday, and bought it because my s-i-l is lactose intolerant.
Lactaid also makes ice cream, but I haven't seen that in the stores yet. Perhaps the manager of your grocery store wil ..."
Dec 18, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"Sounds great; haven't made this one yet, but will do so soon. This is for Chef # 762139: Maybe this will help your confusion over the directions.Step 2: the flour and water are used in step 8. Everything else is used in step 2.Step 5 : This says to drain & reserve the liquid, meaning the roast & pineapple is first removed as in step 4...."
Oct 14, 2009 on Food.com
"Very good recipe. The cake is heavy and dense, as most from scratch upside down cakes are.Since no pan size was mentioned, it was baked in a 9" X 9" X 2" square pan. It took about 50-55 minutes to bake. Only changes made were to add 1 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract, and about 1/4th cup more rhubarb, as the rhubarb pieces were small. I honest..."
Jun 21, 2009 on Food.com
"First of all, this recipe broke all the rules of baking. I am advising all of you inexperienced bakers not to follow the procedures listed for making this bread.In step one, the buttermilk should not be added in with the other ingredients, as there is no way that it's going to become creamy with all the buttermilk in the mixing bowl. Als..."
Dec 13, 2008 on Food.com
"Haven't made these yet, but the combination of orange & chocolate together is to die for. Thanks for posting."
Sep 23, 2008 on Food.com