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10
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Love the pizza crust especially!!

Thank you for this recipe! It was very good and we all enjoyed it - will be making it again. The real gem here for me is the pizza crust! I often refused to make homemade pizza b/c of the work and time involved with making a decent crust; so I'd either buy premade or just order out (which we can't do often). This crust is a revelation - sooo yummy and good, yet soo easy! I am in love! Thank you for coming to the rescue with this crust! I can't rave about it enough! Will use this crust for every pizza I make from now on! :) Love all your recipes I've tried so far - keep 'em coming! Thank you!


10
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My son and husband love these!!!

I made these tonight for dinner. My son, who sometimes can be picky, commented how good they were. My husband loves them also! Great recipe!


10
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I Love This Crust

I've used this recipe several times and it turns out great. I usually use all butter and cut the recipe in half and I get 3 thin 9" crusts out of it or 2 larger ones for my tart pan. Sweet or savory this is an excellent crust and goes well on top of a sweeter fruit cobbler like peaches or plums! It holds up to any filling I've tried and is always flakey and delicious.

I have even pulsed it in my food processor instead of mixing by hand and it still isn't tough!

This time I subbed a little coconut oil for some of the butter and its not something I'd recommend unless you chill the oil (especially in the summer) because it made the mix too wet and I left out some of the water because of the texture and couldn't really roll it out well due to cracking-total user error! To salvage, I squished the dough into the pans and chilled the crusts before filling and they are just fine but I made a giant mess in the process. In summary, don't second guess this crust. It is foolproof in the true sense of the word. If you make substitutions, stick to your measurements.


10
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Yummy!

I finally got around to making this tonight and quite enjoyed it! It's such an easy way to get "caramelized" onions while grilling hamburgers (or other meats). I'll be making this again!


10
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Yummy

Have made these twice in 3 days using Bread machine. We love them. Light and delicious.


2
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Not like actual brownies...

I will admit that I am very new at eating healthier and trying to make things in a more low carb fashion. I went according to the recipe after reading such rave reviews about them and was extremely disappointed as was the rest of my family who tried them. They are not very tasty at all. I am not sure what brownies the people who gave this rave reviews are used to eating because if this tasted good to them they must be eating some really gross stuff. Again--I am just being honest and letting everyone know that this is not going to be very tasty. I gave it a score of two rather than just flat zero because they were edible and they were kind of chocolate tasting--but that is all I can say good about these


10
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MmmSoGood

This recipe is very very good. Thank you Tammy for the platform it provided. I made it with almost the same ingredients. Slight variation. I used... coconut oil and increased the cocoa powder and agave in place of honey in addition I added baking powder portions outlined below. The end results was a perfect moist brownie.
1/3 cup melted coconut oil
1/3 cup cocoa powder
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup agave


0
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THE WORST EVER!

This made the runniest and most tasteless waffles I have ever made! My waffle iron was on extra high and they were still a gooey mess. And forget about letting the batter 'set a few minutes to thicken' - because it NEVER does! So I added more flour, some oatmeal - kept adding until it was half way decent, because I was NOT wasting the batter. With all that I added - it was just ok. What a disaster of a recipe! And I triple-checked the - ingredients - thinking I must have done something wrong . . . . it was just this awful recipe. And I DID use whole wheat flour by the way . . .


10
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A Big Hit

I made this bread last week for dinner and it was a big hit. I liked it because it was easy, my husband and my kids liked it because it tasted wonderful.
I was pressed for time and so I split the loaf of bread while it was still hot from the oven and then I put the garlic butter on and served it. I did not have the time to put it back in the oven. It was still wonderful. I would like to try it the way the recipe says though.
I will be making this again! Thanks for the great recipe.


10
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Awesome!

I've been a reader here about 6 months; first time commenting, and this is the first recipe I have made from your site! I am 12 weeks pregnant with my first child and I've had quite a few cravings. I found my mouth watering as I bookmarked at least a dozen of your recipes in the past few days. This happened to be the recipe where I had ALL ingredients on hand, and it just so happened my husband and I were trying to figure out a way to get rid of some Granny Smith apples quickly:-) I made this on a whim last night as we had dinner baking in the oven and I am so glad I did! This recipe is a keeper. I warmed some up this morning and added a little milk to the top...delicious! I am curious to try it with a little whipped cream on top, as you suggested, for a healthy dessert;-) This would be great to bring to a brunch potluck. Thank you so much for your wonderful recipes, I am so glad I came across your site! :-)


10
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bean failure.

I just read on this blog that if the beans are old they won't get soft. I put 1 cup of black beans in the crockpot that I got in the Winco bins and cooked them all day and all night and they won't get tender.


10
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Very GOOD!

I was afraid since white sauces are not my thing but my husband asked if he could have the rest so I know that means it was good. This was my first time making any kind of tuna casserole so I don't know other to compare it too. My husband also asked where I got the recipe. HA! :) I will do this recipe again.


10
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Absolutely delicious!

My husband and I were shocked at how good this was! Even our super-picky 14 year old daughter had some. Will definitely make it again. We used ground pork instead of turkey and Tammy's homemade buttermilk biscuits. Wonderful!.


10
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WOW! Fabulous!

I made these shells for the third time last night and they turned out so much better then I expected! I premixed the dry ingredients in my 14 cup cuisinart food processor(discontinued model) on the dough setting. I added the 2 tbsp coconut oil and pulsed until thoroughly. Then I heated my water to near boiling and added a small amount at a time while using the pulsing feature. I added just under 1.5 cups of hot water. I use King Arthur whole wheat white flour for the tortilla flour. I dumped my dough into a large plastic bowl dusted with unbleached flour and slightly kneaded. Then I made my balls of dough and covered with a paper towel to rest.

Once rested, I proceeded to roll the best I could to make the shells onto my King Arthur silicone mat. I love my shells thin and I rolled into 8inch shells. After each shell was rolled, I covered with a paper towel and let sit a few minutes after all were finished.

These shells turned out fantastic, like nothing I've ever had before. They were better tasting then the shells straight out of Mexico. Plus the whole wheat white flour makes these shells a bit healthier to eat.

I will try using olive oil next time, but the coconut oil is out of this world fabulous.

Thank you for this recipe!

Update---

I make these shells weekly in my food processor! I will use hot water just at the boiling point when mixing all together. They are the best shells that we've ever eaten. I now roll my shells on the underside of a large dinner plate to get them round looking. I try using the least amount of white unbleached flour possible for rolling and I still roll them
very thin, just make sure to lift carefully to prevent ripping. I still use King Arthur whole wheat flour for the mix. Using olive oil or coconut oil does not have a taste difference, so olive oil is what I mainly use since its healthier.

Please thank your sister for sharing this recipe. There is nothing better then foods cooked from scratch.


10
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Question

i have made this and loved it!!!!!! i just got a bread machine and was wondering if i can make it in there instead of the oven?


10
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Been to Lambert's before.

We've been to Lambert's before and their rolls were so good, I don't know how many times I ate their rolls. :) I made these rolls tonight and they were soft and delicious. Now, I will be able to make these rolls whenever I can. BTW, I used the bread machine. Thank you for the recipe.


10
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Wow the flavor is outstanding!

This is Good without the cilantro ( I had none). My kids actually liked it and that is saying alot! I also used corn tortillas freash cooked from the pan and made them into a type of toco or fajetas. Also, my rice was a combonation of brown and white and I added chicken broth and onions while it cooked!


10
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Making this weekend

Looking forward to making these the weekend. Will post how the turn out...


9
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Oh so yummy

I make these often! The whole family loves them...I would have given the recipe a 10 but it really needs more Parmesan in my opinion. It's really good with asiago cheese too!


10
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I love dandelions

I love dandelion greens, I like to lightly fry them in a garlic butter sauce, but I will try them with this dressing, I'm sure it will be very tasty. I'm going to get my kids to try them for the first time.