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LeLimey rated and reviewed the recipe Penne with Spicy Sauce
Penne with Spicy Sauce
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"I love this. You can make it more substantial by adding finely chopped onion, red pepper and bacon too. When I make *my* version my children call it "pasta pigs"!!"
Posted on 9/9/2010
LeLimey rated and reviewed the recipe Impossibly Easy Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake
Impossibly Easy Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake
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"Having adapted many recipes before you could easily make this with neufchatel and splenda. You may need to adjust the quantities of Splenda to taste as all sweeteners are slightly different but that would be quite a nice part of the process! It would make easily with strawberries or any other "soft" berries too however cherries, because of their skin might spoil it. Chopped peaches or rhubarb - any soft fruit would work and experimenting is half the fun of cooking! This is a lovely recipe to use as a base for jumping off with different flavours so thank you for posting it!"
Posted on 7/12/2010
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Posted 9/9/2010 11:59:19 AM REPORT ABUSE
Penne with Spicy Sauce
Penne with Spicy Sauce
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I love this. You can make it more substantial by adding finely chopped onion, red pepper and bacon too. When I make *my* version my children call it "pasta pigs"!!
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Posted 7/12/2010 6:12:20 PM REPORT ABUSE
Impossibly Easy Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake
Impossibly Easy Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake
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Having adapted many recipes before you could easily make this with neufchatel and splenda. You may need to adjust the quantities of Splenda to taste as all sweeteners are slightly different but that would be quite a nice part of the process! It would make easily with strawberries or any other "soft" berries too however cherries, because of their skin might spoil it. Chopped peaches or rhubarb - any soft fruit would work and experimenting is half the fun of cooking! This is a lovely recipe to use as a base for jumping off with different flavours so thank you for posting it!
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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