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"My husband's father used to make this for him when he was a kid. He hadn't had it since he passed away over 17 years ago. He kept bugging me to try and make it, and finally I found this recipe and gave it a try. He absolutely loved it. Said it was just like his dad's. Kids liked it too! Thanks!"
"Excellent! DH and kids asked to add it to the rotation. I did add peppers and onions and a little seasoned salt and only tossed with olive oil."
"Delicious! I followed the recipe as is and it came out so tender, juicy and flavorful. (I did use low sodium soy sauce.) We didn't eat the skin, but it did crisp up nicely and locked in the flavors and juices. My kids and hubby went back for seconds, so I know it was good! I usually only buy boneless chicken breast, but found some leg qu..."
"Very good. I used 2 cans of cream of chicken instead of the mushroom. Very quick and easy to get in the oven. Kids and hubby liked it. Thanks!"
"I made these today, the flavor and texture was good, but I couldn't get them golden brown like I like them. I think I ended up over baking them a bit. Still good, but next time I might try brown sugar."
"I made a double batch and put in 9x13 pan. Added about 1 1/2 cups choc chips. Very moist and chocolaty. The only thing I didn't like was the top crust kind of peeled off when I cut them, but they were still delish and get my 5 stars. Thanks."
"Super easy, was great for brunch. I made this in my crock pot. I had 3 lbs kielbasa, so I used 3 cups of grape jelly, and about half Heinz chili sauce (12 oz jar), and half ketchup to equal 3 cups. I turned the crockpot on high and let the sauce ingredients melt, then added kielbasa. Cooked on high for about an hour and then turned it to low ..."
"Just made this today for Easter Brunch. It was wonderful! I'm always skeptical of overnight recipes, but this one turned out great! I used a lasagna pan which is a little bigger, so I didn't have to cram the bread in. I was able to get 2 extra pieces in the pan by cutting them in half and filling in the gap at the bottom. I used Texas Toast..."
"Just made this today for Easter Brunch. I doubled everything in the recipe except the cheese and added 5 strips of cooked bacon pieces and a handful of parsley for color. The double recipe still fit in the 9x13 dish. I cooked a little longer since it was a fuller pan, but it browned up nicely. Everyone loved it, it was the first thing to go! ..."