This was my first venture with making fudge, and I had a lot of fun. I followed the directions to a "T", and my only problem was that it seemed to be more a gummy consistency on the outer edges, and harder in the middle. Maybe I didn't stir it long enough. Anyway, I brought it to a Christmas party, and everyone LOVED it! It's very rich, though, and one or two pieces is more than enough! :)
Mmm, this was absolutely divine! It was all cheesy, creamy and fragrant, and I had no problems with the clumping. It is very thick, so it's very important to serve it right off of the stovetop.
This was such a yummy recipe. I couldn't find any transparents here, so I used three golden delicious that were on the green side, and it was perfect. I added about an extra 1/8 c of sugar, and it was perfect. Still a little tart, as that's how my dad likes it. He is still raving about this pie!
Very yummy, tasty recipe with a great deal of tweaking. I used boiled, chunked chicken instead of canned, I substituted 3 cloves of grated carlic and 2 tbs. of margarine for the garlic salt, and I needed to add more milk, as the sauce wasn't quite enough to cover it. I also used ample amounts of parmesean. I really liked it, I loved the way that little pieces of broccoli became part of the sauce. My boyfriend thought that it coudd use more flavor and spices, but after he doctored it up, he really liked it.
These were so yummy! I made them (among other things) to bring to my friend's anniversary cookout, and they were gone in no time. It was mild, sweet, tangy, and perfect. I also cut up bell pepper to slide on the skewers, brushed them with a little marinade and they were good too. Will definately be making again!
I made these without the icing (didn't need it), and they were super yummy! They were perfectly between fudgy and cake-like. This batter is VERY thick, so I'd suggest a pastry rubber scraper. I made them for the 2nd time today, and they are just perfect with some chopped pecans ;)
This was so yummy! I used chicken tenders, so that I did not need to flatten. I had to turn the heat down because they started burning in the skillet, and I doubled the sauce so that we'd have extra to put on top of garlic butter angel hair. I also served with a caesar salad and cheese garlic bread. This was an allaround success, and staying in the recipe box!
Nothing special, it just tasted like tater tots in cream of mushroom soup with some cornflakes. Was not a big hit
This was so delish, I had two people ask for the recipe. It's super yummy, super fast and a super hit!
These scones are DIVINE! They are moist, flaky and have an amazing texture. You can add whatever you'd like to keep it interesting, my favorite is the zest of two oranges and substituting the raisins for dried cranberries. YUM!
Tasted like yellow cake with cinnamon and nuts! All in all, it was pretty yummy, and we liked it better the second day. The only problem I had was that the layer of the cinnamon nut mixture did not stick to the top or the bottom very well at all.
This is the first time I've made hummus, and I must say that it was simple and very flavorful. I found that it was FAR too salty, and the second time I made it, added no salt, and the salt from the garbanzo beans was plenty. I also saved some bean juice to add while blending, and also added a dollop of olive oil. Even better the next day or two, this has become a staple in our house! EDIT: After making this for ages, I've discovered that if you add more bean juice while blending, it's a good idea to add a splash more lemon juice, since the bean juice kind of makes it not as potent. LOVE this hummus, it's become a staple in our house!