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"Delicious. I added 2 tsp. of grand marnier and 1 tsp. of instant coffee powder too to bring out the flavors. Superb! I also had to bake it for a lot longer than 15 minutes. At least 30. I guess it depends on your oven. ""
"Other than butter beans, salt, pepper, garlic, cumin, and EVOO, I used completely different ingredients. I put in sweet peppers, spring onions, capers, lime, and cilantro. My olive oil also had red chili flavor. I think you can add whatever you want to the basic recipe and it would be delicious..within reason obviously. Boiled-then-cooled potatoes""
"Yes. The answer is yes.
This is truly "killer mousse." It makes a boat load, so if it's just you +1, you'll have a whole week's worth left over. I used grand marnier and coffee liqueurs rather than amaretto, but it was still amazing. Holy wow. ""
"The recipe is super sweet. If you're not a fan of extra sweet, then I would try to find unsweetened condensed milk if it's out there, and then add your own powdered sugar to the leches soaking liquid to taste. Also, I added 1/2 tbsp. of ground cardamom to the batter, which was a huge hit. Combined with the cinnamon, it gives the cake a chai flavor""
"The cake is incredibly moist. I added the baking soda separately from the vinegar and I thought that was better. It didn't sink or get too heavy. I also added less vinegar (1.5 tsp., and used apple cider vinegar, which I added at the end.
What I did not like about this recipe is the melted marshmallows in the icing. It gives it a gluey consistenc"
"The cake is incredibly moist. I added the baking soda separately from the vinegar and I thought that was better. It didn't sink or get too heavy. I also added less vinegar (1.5 tsp.), and used apple cider vinegar, which I added at the end. The main thing is to add the baking soda as close to the time you put the batter into the oven as possible, b"
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