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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Homemade Black Bean Veggie Burgers
These were quite tasty. I am not a big fan of onions or peppers, but I'm trying to eat better, so I used onions and peppers anyway. I doubled the recipe and used a whole orange bell pepper and a whole small white onion. Because my husband isn't a big fan of onions or peppers either, I put them in my food processer and kept going until they were really finely chopped and they added a nice flavor without having large chunks. I used dried beans I had cooked in a slow cooker, so I didn't have a lot of extra liquid. I froze the patties for about an hour before pan frying one, and baking the others. Both ways turned out great. I also made homemade burger buns for these, and THEY WERE AMAZING. I used the "Burger or Hot Dog Buns" recipe from here, and they took these to a whole new level. Overall, it was a good recipe, though I did end up using 1.5 times the bread crumbs like other reviewers have reported. I will likely try these again with cooked brown rice or quinoa in place of the bread crumbs to improve the nutrition.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 9, 2013
Burger or Hot Dog Buns
These are AMAZING!! My entire family, including 2 children under the age of 5 LOVED these. They were fantastic just by themselves as well as with the black bean veggie burgers I made (also from this site). I am a pretty experienced baker, but I am a novice bread maker. I used my bread machine's dough setting. My dough ended up being kind of sticky, but I added some flour to keep it from sticking to my hands and I was able to shape them decently. This must be a very forgiving recipe as they looked quite nice when they came out of the oven. There is a video tutorial on these, which I watched after making mine, and they show the butter as being melted. Mine was just softened butter, but they still turned out beautifully! This is definitely a keeper!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 9, 2013
Banana Pudding IV
Fantastic! I made this for my stepfather and he said it was THE BEST banana pudding he has ever had! I followed the directions exactly except I did not spread the whipped topping on top - I used a little for garnish, but that's all. Everything tasted great the 2nd day too. I would recommend you make sure to use a hand mixer, not a stand mixer--I started out with a stand mixer and I don't think everything would have been incorporated well enough if I continued with the stand mixer. Make this pudding! I don't even really like bananas and I thought this was great!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 30, 2010

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