I've been drinking these for years. It's pretty sweet though and I like to drink it as a dessert.
Perfect just as it is but I added garlic simply because I love garlic. Highly recommend this recipe.
I have to admit I've never made anything like this before so this review is based on taste not authenticity. The hot certainly was HOT (but that is an individual preference I guess) but it balanced out very nicely with the sweet aftertastes. My husband suggested (with tears rolling down his cheeks!) that I make this again next week but add a little crunch like water chestnuts or celery. I think adding cashews or sesame seeds would be good too. This recipe is a great starting point for me to a whole new cooking cuisine. I WILL make it again, exactly as written. Thanks Kate. This one's a keeper.
I rarely review recipes but this one was so good I couldn't resist. I made this recipe exactly as written. I did not add lemon or vanilla or anything else that would change the taste and then complain I didn't like the taste. These muffins were light and had just the right balance of sweet against the tartness of the blueberries. I used fresh pick from Maine blueberries. I'm not a very good baker but these were easy and soooo good that I will make them again & again. (PS I did make my own buttermilk using the proportions noted in another review here).
I'm proud to be the first person to rate this recipe. I made this to bring to a Superbowl Party and was concerned that there would be any left to bring as we kept "sampling" it. It has a great taste and the cayenne provided just enough bite without being too overwhelming. I'm sure other more experienced cooks will have suggestions how to make this better but for me it's just perfect. It will be definitely be an addition to my entertaining menu.
I'm new to curry and my itty bitty local market doesn't stock the prepared version. So to save myself a 20 mile trip to the big city I made this using ingredients available locally. I plan on keeping it as a base and working from there. So happy I found this recipe. I know I'll build from it again and again.
I literally make these every week. I buy day old bagels at the deli and adjust the seasoning according to whatever flavor bagels are on sale. But this recipe as it stands is still the best. Experiment if you want but this is a five star recipe on its own.
Great recipe as is. I had somd over ripe bananas and had the choice of throwing them away or making something with them. I chose this recipe because it was quick, easy and used pantry ingredients. Glad I chose I it because I will make them again and again. Thanks so mych for sharing.
It wasn't just mild it simply had no flavor.
I'm not much of a pastry chef so I get very excited when I find a tasty recipe that I can execute properly. This has become my absolute go to recipe. I've made it several times just as written with great success. I've also made it using one package of cream cheese and a can of pie filling layered on top of it. A better chef could probably make this really fancy but for cooks like me this recipe is perfect as it is.