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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Vegetarian Ribs
I have been looking at this recipe for a very loooooong time and I FINALLY tried it and I must say that I regret the precious years that I have wasted NOT trying this. These are DELICIOUS! I was hesitant to try this as I have yet to find one gluten recipe that I liked as they all tasted like strange dough to me. This did not. Not sure what the one star reviewers are saying. Maybe they are doing it wrong. I dumped everything in the bowl, like one reviewer suggested and it was quick and easy. Chango! Presto! It was even delicious before I put the BBQ sauce and I will use this as an overall base for meat substitutes in my recipes. Chopped up in eggs, lo mein...ah the possibilities are endless. Even my finicky son and carnivore husband loved this. Try it!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 15, 2012
Curried Vegetables
This recipe was very good. I omitted the potatoes from the recipe because i wanted it as a side. I also omitted the peppers because i didn't want to scare off the kids. (The kids fussed anyway because these are vegetables...oh well, more for me! hehe)Anyway, I had some leftover cabbage and baby carrots that I threw in as well as some cauliflower. I cooked everything till the vegetables were nice and tender. Yum yum Good! BTW, i also served doubles with this dish. I don't know if this recipe is on this site but you can google it. (Doubles, a snack from trinidad, are two pieces of fried dough, with a chickpea spread as a filler) The kids LOVED those.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 1, 2006

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