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"I love this bread!! I've made it by transferring to the oven but sometimes i just flip it over in the pan and brush the garlic butter on top while the second side cooks. The butter seems to soak in a little better that way. I usually make it with Indian dishes and soups. Very easy to put together and delicious!"
"I've made this several times now, and it is really good, but sometimes it can be a little oily and I need to watch the salt in the soy and fish sauce, (hence 4 stars instead of 5). I have made it with rice, noodles, and once with steamed cabbage, (which would be good for people watching their carbs). I like to garnish this dish with the spring oni..."
"I'm throwing my 5 stars into the mix! I've made this several times switching up the ingredients depending what's in the cupboard, but I usually come back to the original as I LOVE it! Other combinations that have worked for me include, orange rind and cinnamon, lemon rind and almonds, dried cherries and instant coffee, macadamia nuts and coconut..."
"This cake was super fast to put together and all the ingredients were already in my kitchen! (Bonus!) Also, I liked it because it wasn't too sweet - my BF doesn't have much of a sweet tooth and he had 2 pieces. Success! Perfect cake for unexpected guests or late night cravings!"
"White beans are my Turkish partners's favorite dish. He's always raving about his mom's white beans. Now, however, he's raving about mine! Thank you so much! (I also added the tbs of tomato paste and used beef stock instead of chicken.)"
"Evelyn - I have made a few of your recipes and all of them are great! This is now my favorite lentil soup. I also use local red wine, (whatever is on hand) and red lentils. I use veg broth and don't usually have celery on hand, (hard to find in Turkey), but this recipe stands up well to improvisation. I probably make this soup once a week, year ..."
"I love this easy dish! I'm always on the lookout for new recipes for red lentils. Not only are they delicious and easy to cook, they're so healthy! (They make a complete protein when eaten with rice.) Most people reviewing this recipe mentioned that their lentils fell apart - it's not your cooking time, it's completely normal for red lentils! Ye..."
"I live in Turkey and this soup is often served for breakfast! Turks usually serve it with a lemon wedge or two, which you squeeze into the soup just before eating, and a dash of red pepper flakes, (or a lot - depending on your taste). The lemon adds one more layer of flavour and gives it real "zing"! For those who feel something's missing-try it! ..."