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Lentil Soup
I had exactly 1 1/2 cups of green lentils left and decided to make this soup. When it was ready, I tasted it....and felt something was missing. I tried adding a bit more salt, pepper, a bit of cumin, and it began to taste better but something was STILL missing. It suddenly came to me - I added a 5 1/2 oz tin of tomato paste and let it cook a bit more. Aha! That was the flavor boost it needed! Good soup now!!!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 18, 2014
Apple Cake IV
I made it today, but I changed/added a few things. What I ended up with was simply scrumptious! I had 8 apples that were on their way to apple heaven and I used them all. I also dredged those slices in the cinnamon sugar mix that was supposed be sprinkled on top. When I folded them into the batter, along with some golden raisins and chopped toasted pecans, the batter became a lovely brown. I made a second cinnamon sugar mix, added some finely crushed pecans and sprinkled that over the top. I will be making this again, for sure! I was wondering if there is a typo in the instructions: surely we are not supposed to beat the eggs and sugar for 15 minutes!!! I would have tried adding a photo but I had to freeze the remainders immediately because I could not stop eating it!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 23, 2014
Apple Pie Muffins
I just made a batch and oooooooooooooooooooh, yum, yum! I did add ground cloves and nutmeg to the streusel and I sneaked in a bit of extra cinnamon into the batter itself, too. Very moist, cakey, and simply a wonderful treat for apple lovers. I would recommend using an oven foil tray because quite a bit of the streusel falls off during the baking period and some pieces get burnt. Nevertheless, it is worth the mess in the oven and on my floor. I probably would rename them Apple Streusel Muffins because they did not taste pie-y to ME. That is just an opinion and not a criticism!! So glad I found this recipe to use up some of my wrinkled apples!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 27, 2014

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