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"Slurry? No, like others said, it is like gloop (after I added a tablespoon or two of water) with little to no viscosity. Adding all the chicken to it at once helped. Not a big deal, just different than most 'breadings'. For the sauce, like others, I would use less than the 1/2 C cornstarch. It got REALLY thick, really fast. I'..."
"I have made potato salad before. I've had other's potato salad before. I get it. So I thought. But I decided to try this recipe based on the reviews, and lack of relish in the recipe. I don't know whether it was the cooling of the potatoes before adding the dressing, or the bit of garlic, but this turned out far superior to any..."
"I must add my praises to this one. I used Boulevard Wheat beer and was thrilled with the results - nice 'yeasty' aroma and so quick and easy. Made with Panera's potato soup. Thanks for posting!"
"You are absolutely right that this recipe is legit! Our Cub Scout leader was manager at a Chevy's and we got a tour of the kitchen and a lesson on how to make this famous salsa. No vinegar, no liquid smoke. They roasted on a large jelly roll pan under a broiler, not on an actual grill. Other than that, it looks great. Maybe that copycat recip..."
"Cannot believe I've forgotten to rate this recipe! We've made it a lot and the family loves it. Close enough to Pasta House to make us very happy. I adjust this 4 times the original quantities so I can use 1 pound of dry pasta. Thanks for posting!"
"This is our favorite recipe from the 1950 Betty Crocker Picture Cookbook! So glad to see it here. The only difference is the oven temperature in the book is 400F. Thanks for posting!"
"My search for a really good cobbler stops here. DH was so happy with this one, too. The only changes to the recipe were in the filling: 2 large cans of peaches drained, and for the sugar, I used 1/2 brown sugar. As an instruction note, I melted the butter in the pan in the oven. This preheated the pan, and the batter started to fluff up befor..."
"What a classic recipe. I've always loved these, and as a result, DH just discovered them! Thanks for the reminder of a tasty, comfort food sweet!"
"I had to add my voice to the praise of this recipe. My son and I made this for lunch, and he loved it (so did I). I was a bit put off by the 'frying' of the beef, but dutifully complied, and now I wouldn't change a thing. Thanks for posting!"