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Brownie Batter + Cupcake = The SECOND BEST Cupcake. Ever
If you use a yellow cake mix, you need to put MORE OIL than the recipe here states. I made this with a white cake mix and it was terrific, the kids loved it. Just now I made this with a yellow mix and the cake tasted ordinary and a little dry. I lowered the temp a little bit both times I made this when I saw the outer ring of the cupcake was rising faster than the middle. Started checking about 20 minutes into it and usually a few minutes afterwards it's done. I used cupcake liners and didn't have a problem.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 5, 2013
Shahi Paneer
I liked this and so did my husband but the spice level was way too low for us - it didn't taste "authentic" enough. I did add 1 tsp garam masala at the end but next time perhaps 1 Tbs. garam masala along with a shake of cayenne would do the trick heat-wise. A delicious dish - thank you for sharing.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 24, 2012
Sourdough Bread I
I had only tried making my own starter a week ago with just wheat flour and water (following internet instructions) and didn't think it would work but it did. Then after a week I wanted to make bread and found this recipe. I've made bread with my starter and this recipe three times now. All times were successful - this recipe makes lovely bread. The crumb looks just like grocery bread - so professional looking! The only thing I would suggest to newbies is that the six cups bread flour is approximate. The instructions aren't terribly clear but you're to add flour and mix until a dough forms easily. You shouldn't be adding lots of flour after the first rise. If your starter is strong (doubles easily in 6-10 hours) then you should not have problem with it rising when it comes to this recipe. I had a very strong sourdough taste because I let my bread rise 12 hours the first rise it "ate" up the 1/2 cup sugar and I ended up with sourdough bread and it was not too sweet at all. Btw, the suggestion of starting this recipe at night is a good one. It gives the dough time to rise while you sleep. I start it about 7 or 9pm at night.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 21, 2012

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