My son and I really enjoyed this cornbread. We especially love the cornbread from Boston Market and this comes pretty close. I gave a batch to a friend who said it tasted a bit like cake. This went so well with chili that I made. I strongly recommend that those who like their cornbread a little on the sweet side try this. And I will definitely be making this again. 2 thumbs up Trish!!
Great Sauce!! Didn't use the anchovies and still enjoyed it very much.
This is definitely the best homemade salsa I've ever had or made. It even impressed a very critical in-law in my family. Adding a handful of chopped fresh cilantro compliments this well. This is good as a dip, side dish or on burritos. The longer it sits, the better it tastes!! Hats off to you Susan.
This was really good and not overly sweet. I didn't have a pie plate on hand so I baked this in a casserole dish. I was asked for the recipe and people didn't even know it was supposed to be a pie. It was more like a Peaches & Cream Dessert. For those of you who are not fond of overly sweet desserts, this one if for you!!
Good Recipe! I make this for my husband about every 4 months since it's so rich. Tastes similar to a Chicken Scampi dish he enjoys served at a popular Italian restaurant. This also works well for company.
This was pretty good. I used it on fresh Tilapia fillets since I couldn't find red snapper. Using a cast iron skillet works great.
This is really very easy to put together. I didn't bother to make it the night before, I just popped it in my oven after I assembled it and it turned out fine. I had intended to add a splash of vanilla extract to the milk/egg mixture but forgot. Don't skip out on the blueberry syrup...it's a must. I have used frozen and fresh blueberries in the past, and either one works good. Thanks Robin.
Love this recipe with rice dishes. Perfect blend of sweet and tartness. This needs to sit at least 6-8 hours to fully appreciate the flavors.
One of my favorite salad recipes. My mother and I made this over and over again while I was visiting her. Great for company!!
This is a very mellow and slightly sweet dessert. I did add more extract than what the recipe called for...simply because I am partial to almond, and next time will probably up the sugar to 2 cups. I didn't add the other fruit like instructed, we just enjoyed the "ice". Very similar to jello, but the taste can be altered to your liking. Hubby really enjoyed this and is a good snack for the kids. Thanks Sadie.
This is heavenly!! I added an 8 oz package of cream cheese and mixed it with the condensed milk and water. Next time I'll use milk in place of the water. Great company dessert.
This is good. Maybe a first cousin to cheesecake. It's not as "eggy" or custardy like traditional flan, but much creamier and denser. Very much like eating cheesecake. I doubled the recipe and used a pound cake pan (not bundt - it wasn't a decorative pan, but flat and round) to bake in. I was a bit lazy when making this so instead of melting the sugar and pouring into the pan, I sprayed the entire inside with cooking spray and sprinkled the bottom heavily with turbinado sugar. I put the pan in a 350 degree oven for about 12 minutes to semi-melt the sugar, and then poured the contents over. After mixing everything, I used a hand blender to completely combine and make it smooth. Don't like those cream cheese chunks! Baked in a water bath. It was ready in exactly 65 minutes. Internal temp should read 180. Will make again.