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"Awesome! The top crust on mine came out kind of crispy and reminded me of the edges on a pan of brownies. Yum! One reviewer mentioned her bread came out on the dry side so I didn't squeeze the liquid out of the zucchini, and still the bread was a bit drier than other zucchini breads I've made, but this is by no means a bad thing. On a scale of..."
Sep 17, 2009 on Food.com
"How is that yours sits for several days? I made two loaves and they were gone immediately. My friend who doesn't like zucchini bread was the biggest offender! This was delicious, better than I could have imagined. I coated the loaf pans with cinnamon sugar which made it even more delectable. Thanks for sharing such a wonderous recipe!"
Sep 15, 2009 on Food.com
"Oh my, this was good! I went a little heavy on the cinnamon and skipped the powdered sugar altogether as I'm not fond of it. It was sweet and tasty enough without the additional sugar. And did I mention how good it was? : Thanks for sharing!"
Oct 15, 2008 on Food.com
"Delicious recipe! I made this last night for me and a friend, cutting the recipe in half, and it scaled nicely. I didn't have fresh tomatoes so I used canned diced tomatoes. The recipe doesn't specify how much basil is in half a bunch. I was using it from my garden and used quite a bit. The basil and oregano worked together beautifully. I di..."
Jul 27, 2008 on Food.com
"This is, without a doubt, the best thing I've done with chicken in a long time. I couldn't make the dish as written in the recipe, but I made do, and even though I want to tweak it a little next time, it was really delicious. I only had 1 1/2 cups of rice and I didn't have any carrots or green onions on hand. Nor did I have lite soy sauce, just..."
Jul 24, 2008 on Food.com
"This was delicious! I used about 2 teaspoons of red wine vinegar, and garlic powder and salt instead of garlic salt, which I don't have. Otherwise followed the recipe exactly. The tomatoes and basil were fresh from the garden, and the cucumbers came from the farmers market. Even with the vinegar, the natural flavors of the veggies came through..."
Jun 15, 2008 on Food.com
"This is, hands down, the best loaf of sandwich bread I've ever made! I used 1 full cup of whole wheat flour, not the white ww, just the regular stuff. The loaf rose beautifully in 4 hours and had a lovely oven spring. The crust is so golden! The crumb is soft, yet substantial, not anything like grocery store bread. The color of it is just abs..."
Mar 17, 2008 on Food.com
"We really liked this. I made minor modifications: added garlic, used a bit more thyme and oregano, and made a roux with flour and butter before adding the milk as I think it makes for a creamier cheese sauce, and I seasoned everything with a bit of salt and fresh ground pepper as it cooked. It was very tasty and came together quickly and easily...."
Mar 12, 2008 on Food.com
"This was my maiden voyage into the world of sourdough. Donna was very helpful (and extremely patient! all the way through and my bread turned out perfect! The crumb was light and moist, and brushing melted butter on the top crust when it came out of the oven softened the crust, making it perfect for sandwiches. I retarded the dough in the frid..."
Feb 29, 2008 on Food.com
"Delicious! The bottom and side crust was really soft and i was afraid the bread was under-cooked, but when I cut into it, it was perfect! So light and fluffy! And so good! Like another reviewer, I found the dough to be very sticky, but I just eased it up with a bench knife and all was right with the world. Took about 4 hours to rise, and boy,..."
Feb 29, 2008 on Food.com