@kgomez: I think the top ingredient was eliminated when the site switched to a new format.
It should be: 2 cups powdered sugar
@wildbluehugh: Please read the column, which explains why the yolks are being cut out. I'm not a nutritionist - just a girl who likes bacon, and would like to fit into pants.
Apologies - it's been fixed.
@micheyd: You can do that, as well.
It's fixed! My apologies again, you guys.
@tamidon, I apologize - I skipped part of a step. Both the cooked onion and the pecans go in right before everything is mixed with your hands.
Good questions! For substitutions, most sources say 1 to 2 teaspoons of extract. I'd try one, see how it tastes, and proceed from there. As for storage, I roll mine up at the sliced end, and try to use it within the next few weeks. The innards dry out a bit (but not entirely), and the husk keeps pretty well.
@brownriver, @Laura Robichaux: The original recipe calls for 2 cups uncooked quinoa and 5 cups broth (no water at all). So just about the same.
That's raw, DrGaellon. Good question.
@Paul R @Erin: You guys, I'm really sorry it didn't work out. The Marsala taste is very strong, and I should have mentioned that in the post. We ate it with lots of bread, so maybe it diluted the flavor a bit? You're right - a stock or wine would probably work well. Apologies again.
@germanowife: These stats come from the Biggest Loser site:
Total fat 1g
Saturated fat 0g
Total carb 26g
Dietary Fiber 4g
@AJ12754: My apologies. It's 1/2 cup orange juice, and a single teaspoon of zest. It shouldn't appear in there twice.
@Daniel: Completely. It's Eating Well's version of that traditional recipe.
@Handougies, @MandyEats: Point taken. Sometimes, in this column, I go for lighter versions of traditionally high-calorie foods, rather than straight-up healthy recipes. If you look at past dishes, I think you'll find a good balance of the two.
@Seasons: Amazon has a pretty decent selection, and Crown Prince tends to get good reviews.
@blackcalx: Yes! It's excellent for two baseball teams or all the members of Funkadelic. Bootsy loves him some 'shrooms.
@FeastontheCheap: Thank you! Hope you like it.
@seriousb: Merry Christmas?
@Salanth: They're added in Step 3 along with the other ingredients. My apologies for not including it.
@ighez: Cooking Light says to set the remaining four yolks aside for something else.
@Agnes: My apologies for the delay in response, The recipe was cut off when the site changed formats. The rest should read like this:
7. Using a rolling pin or your hands, shape each dough ball into a 6- or 7-inch disc. Divide the spinach mixture evenly among the discs. Fold over and pinch closed, taking care not to create any gaping holes. (They will be near-overstuffed. Don’t worry) At this point, you can refrigerate them for a few hours or cook right away.
8. Brush each pocket with leftover olive oil from the bowl. Place on baking sheet and bake 18-20 minutes, until crust is a lovely shade of golden brown. Remove from oven and serve. Be sure to wait a second after cutting each pocket open, as they’ll be pretty steamy.
@bruisedbuddha @Rudi: You're right - pan searing is probably the best solution for those that don't have a microwave and/or don't wish to use one.
@Ina Garten DaVida, not only are you right, but that is the greatest screen name I've ever seen.
Thank you, Teachertalk. Your comment is very much appreciated.
@Nick P: Hm. Here's Step 2: "Combine the remaining olive oil, spinach, beans, lemon juice, balsamic vinegar, salt, and pepper in a food processor. If it all doesn’t fit at first, pulse a few times with 1/2 the spinach, and then add the rest."
@Happy Eater: Love it! So happy you guys all liked the food.
Wow, these look good.
@proncis: I think some of the reviewers on the Whole Foods site suggested using ground oats. I might log on and rifle through.