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"This is very easy. I spiced it up by adding a dash of woster sauce and two tsps of dry chili mix. Oh and a little sugar to take away the acid from the tomato soup. Very good. Even DH commented. Oh almost forgot, we only used 1/4 pound of ground beef and it worked great!"
"I don't know. Maybe I thought the potato crust would be crunchy. The filling had a good flavor, but with the potatoes, it needs alot of salt. I use a salt sub. Will work with this again and see what happens. Oh, I used three eggs because they were very small."
"WOW! This recipe is most simple and great tasting. I used the veggie broth and cooked in an electric skillet. This was done in under an hour at 350-375. Note on the broth, it was the larger can, not the Campbell soup can size. DH used two words to describe instead of one...does that tell you somthing? People, try this and it will become a win..."
"This has a good flavor, but not enough. At least for me. This is not indicated, but I laid the pecan mixture out on a flat cookie sheet with a foil pan to bake. Will keep on file. Thank you!"
"I really wanted to make this recipe for a contest, but simply could not get the directions down. I really think the "ribbles" should be listed as an ingredient because when I looked for what was in my pantry and what your "ingredients" are, it sounded perfect. So, please re-do your directions and be more specific on what "alot" is.Thanks."
"I'm giving this a four because I ate more than I normally would. There was too much corn for me and last minute sub was dried minced onions. But, the flavor is very good. This one is going in my hardcopy cookbook."