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"Ooh this is delicious! Split pea soup is just one of those things I hated as a child-- the corner diner's just seemed slimy and ponderous, and my mother just made this icky version with meat bones and stock. But even when I got to make my own vegan varieties as an adult, I still wasn't a fan...until now. I think it was just missing that pizzazz fr..."
Feb 25, 2013 on Food.com
"Oh my stars. I am SO purging all my other red lentil soup recipes from my mind; as I have found THE ONE! I had been trying to emulate my favorite Turkish restaurant's soup for so long and to no avail, trying all these complex methods and spice blends...who woulda thought it was just salt and paprika?! This is it! I LOVE this with a great crusty br..."
Feb 1, 2013 on Food.com
"Mmm fantastic. It reminds me a lot of the potato kugel I had when I was little girl growing up in a Galician household-- only I think this version is even better! I made a half batch using 3 idaho potatoes, a small red onion, 2 TB olive oil, 1 egg, and 3/4 tsp sea salt with 1/4 tsp each of black pepper and smoked paprika then baked at 350 for an h..."
Nov 1, 2012 on Food.com
"Very interesting cake! I was curious to try it after seeing the simplicity and only requiring 4 ingredients. I took the previous review into account and decided to use a nice big Valencia orange since navel oranges tend to have a weaker flavor IMO. First, I pulverized the orange in the food processor then added a little Odwalla orange juice, just ..."
Sep 25, 2012 on Food.com
"This is a perfect and versatile recipe! I wanted to just make regular chocolate mousse so I used a packet of Baker's bittersweet squares and a pint of cream (no measuring! I sprinkled it with white chocolate flakes; to resemble my favorite chocolate mousse the Food Exchange no longer sells. Mine didn't taste quite the same, but was delish no les..."
Feb 13, 2012 on Food.com
"This was a really simple and delicious alternative to pumpkin pie since I normally don't keep evaporated milk around! To make it more custard-like I added 2 tsp vanilla and some generous shakes of pumpkin pie spice since past reviewers said it was a bit bland. I used soymilk instead of dairy milk and it worked just fine. It satisfied my craving fo..."
Oct 9, 2011 on Food.com
"Definite keeper! I did a 1.5-lb dough cycle in my bread machine, using canola oil instead of veg oil. I used my own homemade bread flour (vital wheat gluten AP flour with regular sesame seeds and toasted wheat germ which added a nice dimension to the bread. Didn't do a second rise, just extracted the dough from the machine and shaped it into a ..."
Sep 30, 2011 on Food.com
"Super easy!! Very easy to make vegan too using what I had on hand, I used soymilk, a stick of Earth Balance, and natural creamy peanut butter (which made for a grittier texture. I used 3 cups of quick-cooking oats and that seemed to be just the right amount to yield a whole bunch of cookies! But I'm not sure if it was the ingredients I used parti..."
Sep 25, 2011 on Food.com
"A simple and delicious keeper-- the only way I'm making brown rice from now on! I used water, butter, and a little garlic powder with brown basmati rice. I made half but next time will probably make the entire amount and freeze the extra, it came out way better than when I usually make it on the stovetop...I love that I can just tuck this in the o..."
Sep 22, 2011 on Food.com
"Excellent cake flour sub-- though for ultimate laziness since I don't feel like getting my strainer dirty...I just put the cornstarch and flour (spooning it into the measuring cup-- as putting the cup into the flour bag just packs it in and makes it dense; gently spoon it out! into a bowl and stirred with a fork to disperse the cornstarch, and it..."
Sep 22, 2011 on Food.com