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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Homemade Black Bean Veggie Burgers
I used this as the base recipe and twisted it up using other users suggestions and a little flavor. Runny/won't stick together? Strain the veggies after you put them through the food processor. You can do this in a strainer or, even better, a cloth towel/cheese cloth. If you have ever made tzatziki you know what I'm talking about! You must add cilantro to the veggies when you chop them in the food processor! The flavor adds that extra kick that many that posted on this recipe are looking for. I used 1 bunch for a double batch. Also add kosher salt and fresh ground pepper! This is a must! I doubled this recipe for the family and acutally still left the 1 tbsp cumin/chili powder and 1 tsp hotsauce (used Yucateca habenero hot sauce) the same and the flavor was good.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 3, 2012
Shortbread Cookies II
Good recipe. I read all the low rated reviews and here is my suggestion to those of you that struggled with this recipe. I made half of the original recipe and it was more than enough dough for 2 dozen cookies by itself. 1 ingredient that is missing: pinch of salt Advice: When creaming your sugar and butter, make sure you do it for at least 5 minutes to make the butter nice and fluffy. I recommend scraping the bowl down and doing for a few more minutes as well. When rolling dough, USE FLOUR! It's no different than any other dough. Flour your board and flour your rolling pin. Enjoy!

14 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 31, 2012
This is a great soup...you really can't go wrong. I like the idea below of adding some fresh garlic. Will try that next time! Also - westcoastcook...when things are bland, that's when you are supposed to season more :) Do not be afraid of the salt and pepper!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 24, 2010

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