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"I followed the instructions for firm balls, except I used 1.25 cups matzo meal. They came out very firm and toothsome, but not unpleasantly hard. The flavor was good--perhaps a bit bland though, even though I used the onion powder, parsley, and pepper. I didn't feel that there was enough matzoh flavor, if that makes any sense. My balls were 1.2..."
Dec 26, 2006 on Food.com
"I made this with frozen mango not fresh, so thought I probably shouldn't give it stars, but if I did I would probably give three stars. I liked the flavor, but the texture was bizarre. All the water didn't evaporate (was it supposed to? so I ended up with mango soup. (Did I miss a step? Then adding in the yogurt (mine was pretty thin it just ..."
Feb 21, 2006 on Food.com
"I thought this dish was too wet, and a bit too sweet. I had to bake my potatoes because I don't have a microwave, but my friend followed the microwave instructions and also said they were too wet (plus he said they made a mess in the microwave. If your butter is not salted they'll need salt as well. If I was to make these again, I'd use only ..."
Nov 10, 2005 on Food.com
"Sorry, but this was just too sweet for me, and I tried it both hot and cold. I used original soymilk, but even with unsweetened I don't think I could take it. So I added 1 Tbs. of cocoa powder to tone the sugar down, and now it's a drinkable but a little odd tasting hot chocolate (with lots of iron! Oh, I used blackstrap molasses, so maybe regu..."
Nov 4, 2005 on Food.com
"I've tried a Pace copycat recipe once before without luck. This one (with small modifications turned out much better. I used 14 oz tomato sauce and 14 oz diced tomatoes, and only 14 ounces water. With my brand of tomatoes (Muir Glen, to get a similar salt content to Pace I calculate that I should add almost a Tablespoon of salt! I added 1.75..."
Oct 31, 2005 on Food.com