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Raspberry Habanero Jam
This recipe is tremendously good. Just the right amount of hot and sweet. You taste the sweetness of the raspberries first, then followed by the heat of the habaneros - and it IS a nice consistent burn. Not overwhelming, but definitely present. I used fresh raspberries and measured them out with a kitchen scale rather than using cups. The only change I made was to use a red pepper rather than a green one so that the colors were consistent and blended. Five habaneros (and their seeds) produced the perfect amount of heat. A new favorite!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 29, 2015
Brazilian Style Flan (Pudim de Leite Condensado)
Followed the recipe exactly. Cooked it at the specified temperature, with a water bath, covered for the recommended amount of time (45 minutes). The flan did not turn out as a custard, but rather glorified scrambled eggs in a ramekin. I've never had trouble with custards cooked in a water bath before. This was very disappointing, I hate wasting food.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 20, 2011
This was insanely good. I made it with some minor additions: 1/4tsp of baking soda as recommended by mjmcilmoyl and 3.5 cups of all purpose as recommended by Tisa A. I added the chopped garlic into the bread right before rolling it out and it was amazing. I also cooked it on a closed George Foreman grill, turning it 45 degrees once, so I got some wonderful crosshatching on the bread. What an awesome idea to use the Foreman! Hats off to whoever discovered this. I brushed it with melted butter and topped it with sesame seeds. This was really, really good. DH polished off three along with the curried lentils I made.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 18, 2011

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