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"This is not a brownie with depth. It's simple and easy though. I added about 3/4 of a cup of chopped pecans and to me, it was too much. I can't imagine how 2 cups would be -- probably way overwhelming with more add ins than brownie. I baked for 25 minutes but they were not done... In fact, it was pretty much underdone. I suppose that would make fo..."
May 16, 2010 on Food.com
"Wonderful cookies! It halves wonderfully and are moist and chewy when you bite through that crunchy exterior. Loved them. At first I thought they were rather thick for cookies because they didn't spread well but after they cooled, they sunk down in size which made them perfect. I also added a few dashes of cinnamon, ground ginger, cloves and nutme..."
Apr 23, 2010 on Food.com
"Just tried the Southwestern -- ended up halving the recipe and omitted the salt (my god, that's a lot of salt completely because I used extra butter microwave popcorn. It was decent but the cumin flavor was overpowering. And it needed an extra kick so I added several pinches of paprika and cayenne for some spiciness. Then it got better. It would..."
Apr 13, 2010 on Food.com
"Awesome recipe! It tastes and looks just like one would get it from an Indian restaurant but it is more spicy. My grandmother couldn't eat it for that reason but I've always liked spicy foods so it was good for me. I also replaced the cream with coconut milk but I ended up adding more than just a cup. The sauce was too tomato-y (and a bit acidic ..."
Mar 25, 2010 on Food.com
"I too had a very dry crust -- it wouldn't even come together properly until a added a more cream (used heavy whipping cream. Afterwards, it was so hard to eat since it was breaking apart on me as I spread jam on it... Flavor was really good and the lemon zest added something incredibly intriguing so it would have been five stars had it been a bit..."
Feb 22, 2010 on Food.com
"I didn't quite have enough bananas for this and they probably could have been blacker despite being rather soft and spotty. That probably attributed to the fact that my batter wasn't as wet as it could have been and the fact that my muffins (cooked at 350 F for 20 mins. weren't as sweet as it could have been. Next time, I'll wait until my bananas..."
Jan 6, 2010 on Food.com
"Followed the recipe exactly; best spinach and artichoke dip recipe I've tried so far. I liked it much better the the highest rated recipe on this site (uses mayo, ugh, yuck. Added some salt because I used Trader Joe's Alfredo sauce and they're usually a bit bland for my taste (but perfect to season perfectly to my taste."
Apr 27, 2008 on Food.com
"I tried it once exactly as the recipe said and I didn't like the way it came out so I ended up modifying it a bit the next time. Instead of butter, I used an egg wash and flour to coat the chicken before the panko part and I pan fried the strips instead. It turned out marvelously -- crispy and flavorful. I ended up eating it with honey mustard and..."
Mar 23, 2008 on Food.com
"Two quarts of stock was too much more than I like would have liked... Soup came out thin and not as creamy so next time I think I'll use less stock or more flour. Still, pretty tasty."
Mar 4, 2008 on Food.com
"Absolutely the best honey mustard recipe ever. I add more honey to mine simply because I like it a bit more sweet and less mustard. Also omitted the cayenne pepper. I've used it on chicken nuggets and on chicken fingers made with panko and it's been the perfect accompanyment every single time."
Mar 2, 2008 on Food.com