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post #46 of 145
I think you're right about the sausage too. That would add a little bit of fat and that ALWAYS helps to add flavor. Heaven knows I have enough tomatoes left so maybe I'll try them again in the next couple of days. icon_lol.gif
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post #47 of 145
Oh And less basil for sure ! Well unless it wasent so strong with all the new additions ?
post #48 of 145
Ya'll are making me not want to try the recipe the way it is written, icon_cry.gif will have to force myself.
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post #49 of 145
Thats the idea of the club to have everyone try it and see what we all think !
Or you could skip it and wait to see what the next choice is ?
post #50 of 145
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Originally Posted by fiddlesticks

Oh And less basil for sure ! Well unless it wasent so strong with all the new additions ?



I just lightly chopped my basil. Do you think it would make a difference if it was like minced or something like that??
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post #51 of 145
I'm still going to make them this afternoon and I plan on chopping the basil up pretty good! Will let you all know!
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post #52 of 145
Mine was fresh out of my garden, That I had let dry out for a few weeks. I had chopped it pretty small.
GrandmaG.. I cant wait to see what you think of them !
post #53 of 145
Ok Wheres MEL,???? She should have tried these by now ! I have seen her boppin around on different threads .
post #54 of 145
OK, I'm in the middle of making these. It doesn't say anything in the directions about the mozerella. I assume being the last ingredient, with the wet ingredients, it is considered a wet ingredient. Or is it supposed to be sprinkled on the top? That might give it more of the cheese flavor.
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post #55 of 145
I mixed my mozz with my dry. Maybe it doesent matter ?
post #56 of 145
I don't think it matters. I did sprinkle mine on top so I might have wandered away from the original. This is what I found when I googled it. She said to make sure to use a good quality olive oil. She also says to add the cheese with the soup.
http://howtoeatacupcake.net/2007/07/today-i-received-brand-new-copy-of-book.html
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post #57 of 145
Well I had never googled it, I just went with what ever the recipe said and it didnt say where to add the cheese .
As far as the olive oil. I love mine and sautee in it a lot its very flavorful.
Its called Omaggio and its extra virgin olive oil.
post #58 of 145
Ok. I made mine and I really like them! I ate one warm. It doesn't have a burst of flavor but more of a biscuit taste. It would be great with cream cheese! I got 14 out of mine and they all turned out pretty big. I chopped my basil in the food processor even though it said not to manhandle it. Loved the sundried tomato texture when eating them! I sprinkled the cheese on top since it gave no directions on how to add it and I liked the texture and added taste that way. I didn't have much of an aroma while baking but definitely got a whiff of the tomato soup when I opened the oven door.
I give this a 3.5 rating because I don't know if I would add it to my recipes but I did like them and would use as a biscuit to accompany a meal not as a muffin which can be a meal in itself sometimes.
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post #59 of 145
I tried mine warm as well Grandma. Yes, I would definitely describe the texture as more like a biscuit. But i also put my cheese in with the dry stuff. Did you taste the cheese pretty much by sprinkling on top? Or you just knew it was there?
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post #60 of 145
Here's how they turned out! I wish we could post them here. I hate to post these on the Home page but it's good advertisement for the CCCC!
http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1263810
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