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"Easy, cheap, and yummy enough to burn my mouth on =) Toddler loves 'em too. I added 1/4 teaspoonful each of cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla.Update: oh! OH! you have to try this: split the still-warm muffin and fill with a big slab of plain dairy/ vanilla ice cream. YUMMMMM!"
"This cake actually needs 10 stars, because apart from being loved by both me and husband (2 stars), cheap (third star), idiotproof (fourth star) and survives the most primitive oven (fifth star), my toddler loves it - it is the only cake she has ever been known to eat - which is an extra four stars - plus it has given me a reputation in the neighb..."
"Wow! For me to give a baking recipe 5 stars it needs to meet 5 criteria: 1) I love it (cake must be both moist and light), 2) ingredients must be cheap and easily available, 3) my husband loves it (and he usually finds home-made cakes either too heavy or too sticky), 4) it must survive the trauma of being baked in my insanely temperamental oven, 5..."
"I omitted the vinegar, used milk instead of water, and added a beaten egg as well as a handful of chocolate chips because I only had one 25gr pack of cocoa. Despite a schizophrenic one-sided fan oven, the cupcakes all rose beautifully and managed to be fluffy, soft and moist. I had enough left over to make one rather strangely-shaped sponge round ..."
"Absolutely perfect recipe! Spot-on accurate...2 variations - some people simply loathe tahini - so you can just add a spoonful for the "right" aroma or simply leave it out altogether. Also, surprisingly, it works almost exactly as well if you substitute the chickpeas with canned white beans."
"Okay, here's how Shepherd's salad (Coban Salatasi) is normally made in Turkey - try this, canarygirl :) They generally keep it much simpler: diced tomatoes and diced peeled cucumbers, lots of finely chopped onion, lots of chopped parsley, salt, plenty of lemon juice, olive oil, salt to taste. They may add dill. Nearly every table in Turkey has a l..."
"Delicious! One of my favorite salads. In Turkey they often omit the cilantro - I can't stand the smell of it! Also, it is normally dressed with olive oil as well as the lemon. It can be made with normal white beans, too, and frequently is. They often add chopped hard-boiled egg, which is excellent. One addition I DON'T recommend is that of tahini,..."