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"I made this as directed, and I thought it was dry and too salty. I took it to work and I didn't get any compliments on it, so I'm thinking it really wasn't that good."
"I just wasn't real pleased with this coffee cake. I thought it looked great but it was dry - both the topping and the cake. I used a Pillsbury Moist Supreme yellow cake mix, and it was kind of dry. I did microwave a piece for 10 seconds and it softened it up a bit, but it just wasn't the best."
"These potatoes were amazing! I followed the recipe "as is" except I didn't add chives. I loved the bacon in it. I used the Kroger brand "Meals Made Simple" real bacon bits which come in a little package. It was so easy to make and yet DELICIOUS!!! I got many compliments on these potatoes. Thanks Jenni Girl!"
"I made this cookies exactly how the recipe reads, except I used French vanilla pudding. They were absolutely delicious!!! They weren't flat like most of my cookies and they were very moist. This is a definate keeper!"
"I followed the recipe "as is" except I used Tyson Grilled and Ready chicken chunks. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to stir all the ingredients together or just leave them layered like the directions said. After a half hour of baking, the broth/soup mixture on top wasn't soaking in, and I was afraid it wasn't going to, so I stirred it all togeth..."
"O.K., you know the peanut chicken you get in Chinese restaurants that is soooo delicious. This tastes almost exactly like it!! It is wonderful. I made peas, but didn't add them, because my kids don't like them. However, my husband and I did add the peas and we loved it! Thanks for posting."
"I made this salad the night before a luncheon at work and I thought 7 oz. of pasta wasn't going to be enough, so I made 12 oz. After I mixed everything together, except the lettuce, I thought it looked a little dry, so I whipped up another half of the dressing recipe. I added the extra dressing and only 3 cups of lettuce the next day, right befo..."
"It was good, but didn't taste like the bourbon chicken I've had at Chinese Restaurants (of course this recipe was posted nine years ago). It was spicy which was o.k., but I had to add corn starch to make the sauce thicker, and I didn't think there was enough sauce."