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"I made this as a frosting for my mother's birthday cake (lemon with raspberry curd filling. The frosting was quite bad. The texture was great, but the taste was, quite frankly, gross. I give this recipe two stars only because the error was quite likely mine. Perhaps I shouldn't have used wildflower honey, or maybe this frosting would pair well wit"
1) Cut the salt to a third.
2) Omit the cayenne. Hot paprika gives enough of a bite. And I like things spicy.
3) Caramelize the onions.
4) Add a tablespoon of ground coriander.
5) Sprinkle some feta on top of the mozzarella for added flavor.
In short: this recipe is good with modifications. I didn't use real meat, so I could taste as "
"Really really really good! I made these with vegan sausage, which (like red meat should be eaten in moderation. It's a nice occasional thing, and hey; I like burgers like everyone else! I cut the salt down. Used hot paprika and got rid of the cayenne. Added some ground coffee. I topped it with barbecue sauce, caramelized onions (sadly, I was out o"
Teenager. Vegetarian.Hobby cook.