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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Easy Biscuits
I read the reviews that say these biscuits have not much flavour. Yet it's such an easy recipe that I simply had to try. So I made them with garlic powder, oregano, 1/2 tsp salt and grated Parmesan. Delicious. Then I tried with cinnamon powder and raisins. Wow, tasted fantastic with my morning coffee. These are so easy to make that you just can't go wrong. I've also made them with grated apples and cinnamon, chopped olives and rosemary, and sundried tomatoes and onion powder. The possibilities are endless. I'm still experimenting. Once I didn't have enough butter. I only had about 100g. No problem. They turned out fluffy and good. As suggested by another reviewer, I always pat them out thinner and stack 2 together. They pull apart easily for buttering and look nice. Do use buttermilk/sour milk if you have them. You'll love the final product. This is so much easier and tastes just as good as any scones recipes I've tried. I whipped them up in less than 15 mins, bake them for 18 mins (my oven) and have hot biscuits for tea or breakfast. Best way to impress last minute guests who come to tea/coffee. Brilliant basic recipe. Thanks for sharing.

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 14, 2012
Elaine's Sweet and Tangy Loose Beef BBQ
I made this by throwing all the ingredients together into the cooker. I used half the meat but I didn't halve the ingredients except for the ketchup. I omitted the ketchup and used 1 cup tomato purée. Upped the mustard too. Cooked on low for 8 hours. Tasted fantastic. Delicious. Definitely will make again. So easy and no mess. Thanks for the recipe! I think this will be very good the next time my son invites his friends over. Make a big batch of this meat, put out the pickles, cheese, lettuce and buns. Make a big bowl of coleslaw and the boys can feed themselves rather than keep ordering pizzas!!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 8, 2012
Irish Soda Farls
I tried this recipe this morning. It worked! I mean bread in a skillet? I was wary. But the bread/farls turned out well. I halved the recipe and made 2 batches. First, I made as per recipe. Tasted unexciting and plain. In the second batch, I added 1/2 cup of toasted mixed cereals (with fruits, nuts & rolled oats) in place of 1/4 cup flour. I also added 2 tbp of butter and 1/4 tsp of soda. The farls still turned out soft and just like scones. I didn't bother to knead. Like a reviewer advised, I mixed it longer then hand shaped into flattened patty and placed on a clay pot. I didn't have a heavy skillet. It took about 4 mins a side. So quick and nutritious with the buttermilk and extra cereals. All in I had the farls on the table under 20 mins. A nice change from store bought bread or pancakes. I'm going to experiment with other ingredients like cheese, herbs and garlic powder! Maybe even choc chips. I'm so glad I found this recipe!! Thanks for posting.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 8, 2012
 
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