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"i am waiting for my batch of lokoom to set as i write this... i kept wondering how i would keep the sugar from burning without stirring... turns out if you start out and maintain the heat on super-low it is possible... however, after having it on super-low for a long while and not seeing any boiling action, i cranked it to medium and ended up with..."
"Yummy! I soaked my raisins in warm vanilla tea, as I usually do not like cooking with any type of alcohol. The cookie scoop I used was smaller than the recommended size and I ended up with almost a hundred bite-sized cookies... nothing but trouble..."
"Wow. Usually when I bust out a new pancake or waffle recipe, my mom starts muttering about how Bisquick can't be beat, when you factor in both effort and end results... However, when I made this recipe, she quietly tried the first waffle and subsequently (with ninja-like quickness and stealth) returned to the kitchen to make herself a second one! ..."
"omg... easy peasy and a crowd pleasy too! 10 stars, for sure. but make sure you have a pastry blender to cut the butter into the mix... however, make sure not to over cut the mixture... as that will make the crust dense vs. flaky (just a little tip i learned from an awesome pie-maker). also remember not to panic if the top is not set when you take..."
"the box i used was plain uncooked barilla lasagna noodles... and they cooked through ok, (i was worried about not cooking them first)! the only thing i wish i'd done was make additional sauce to add after dishing slices out, since much of the sauce was absorbed in the 5hr cooking process, i guess in order to cook the noodles through... oh, also, ..."
"I used yellow cake mix, chopped up 2 small tart apples and tossed them in the batter, and rolled my cookies in cinnamon and sugar (adjusted cook time for an extra 2 minutes because of the moisture from the apples)... they were awesome with vanilla ice cream!"
"The key is marinating the chicken in the hot sauce. I never thought of that! I fused this recipe with Recipe #108364's dredging mixture (halved for 13 mid-sized wings), with an additional 1tsp of McCormick's Season All for good measure. Then I fried them at 375F for 15 minutes. They came out soo delicious, we could've had them plain; but we shoo..."