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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Passover Apple Cake
Great taste! The texture is "passover" (heavy and "sandy")- but what choice is there this time of year? Go ahead and try it- but don't pay heed to the reviewers who say to double the batter. I made 1-1/2 times the batter and it was too much dough. You want the apples to be plentiful- bec the matzo-meal dough isn't the strong point (don't expect a light and fluffy texture like year round)- the apples are the highlight of this cake so go ahead and use all 8. So basically- keep the recipe as is- don't go messing with the proportions. The batter is much thicker than you are probably used to working with- it's more like cookie-dough- so squeeze in some fresh orange juice...though for me it stayed very thick. I had to spread it using my fingers bec a spoon wouldn't suffice. Bec it was too hard to spread the dough over the apples on the top layer, I made a crumb topping instead using equal parts matzo meal and sugar and a few drops of oil to get the right consistency. It worked out very well.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 28, 2013
Easy Fruit Cobbler
Overall, this is a delicious and easy dessert. I made it with granny smith apples and increased the fruit to 3 cups (3 large apples). I think that I would use 1/2 the amount of butter next time as it was a bit too greasy and buttery tasting. Also- I used whole wheat flour- which tasted great but the batter needed a few more spoonfuls of milk to get the consistency right. I added vanilla to the batter as recommended by other reviewers and also mixed the apples with cinnamon and a bit of sugar before adding to batter. Really yummy!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 10, 2010
Tiramisu II
Excellent! Most important- you must make this at least 36-48 hours ahead of time. One day isn't enough for the flavors and texture to develop. Also- add Kahlua to the rum/coffee mixture and double it for sure- you won't be sorry! It looks complicated- but it really isn't hard to make and is an easy way to impress you friends :-)

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Reviewed On: Dec. 26, 2009

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