Member since Oct 2002
"I put all ingredients into my KA stand mixer. I soaked the raisins in water, and I won';t do that again as the soaking removes the flavor from the raisins. The dough is quite soft and sticky, and I had to add a little more flour to the mix and while kneading and shaping into a ball. The dough ROSE quickly. Great flavor. I';ll make again.<..."
"I put all ingredients into my KA stand mixer. I soaked the raisins in water, and I won';t do that again as the soaking removes the flavor from the raisins. The dough is quite soft and sticky, and I had to add a little more flour to the mix and while kneading and shaping into a ball. The dough ROSE quickly. Great flavor. I';ll make again."
"A wonderful gratin! I made this while visiting my daughter in Germany. You can buy roblechon in larger cities there. However, I don';t believe that roblechon is available in the states. Too bad because these potatoes are delicious."
"We really liked this recipe. Very fresh tasting and different from the creamy mayo and sour cream potato salad. One thing I would do differently is to prepare the peppers the first thing and then prepare the rest of the ingredients so that the potatoes don't cool too much before adding the dressing."
"Tast, but,,,,. I have made other stracciatella soups where you don't mix the eggs and cheese together. I like those recipes much better. Add grated cheese to the bowl of soup. In my opinion, addingg the eggs with the cheese makes the eggs clumpy instead of a sheer addition to the soup. Think Chinese egg drop soup for a sheer and clean addtion "
"This is the same recipe I use from Sandra Woodruff's Good Carb Cookbook, except she uses 12 oz. of lean ground beef. I added a chopped clove of garlic and canellini beans instead of red kidney beans, and some boullion granules and extra water because we like our soup to be more liquidy. I've made this simple soup many times and it's always good."
"I made some modifications: 1 1/2 c mayo. 1/2 c buttermilk, and 2 tbs of cider vinegar for the dressing. I also used red and orange peppers and purple onion to add color instead of the all green as stated in the recipe. Finally, I sprinkled shredded parm over the finished salad."
"What I'm rating here is the crust. I should have doubled or 1 1/2x the crust ingredients. When I spread the cream cheese layer over the crust, it just fell apart and crumbled. No one will see it, but when one is putting in time, effort, and $$ for ingredients, it should be good looking in appearance besides tasting good. I used lemon pudding and ..."