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"We made the recipe exactly as posted (with 3/4 inch think pork chops that were on sale) using Renee's Light Caesar dressing (Canada) and our entire family including my picky 9 year old loved them. I would not use a low quality Caesar dressing for this one - I don't know how that would taste or how it would impact the greasiness, as ours ..."
"Excellent recipe! Easy and we have all of the ingredients on hand (we used about 3/4 of a box of rigatoni). It was ready earlier than the rest of the meal so we topped it with cheddar cheese and popped it in the oven - it was great! Served it with Pork Chops (#141789) and Caesar salad for a simple meal that my kids loved!!!"
"We loved this recipe! I substituted Panko bread crumbs and eliminated the basil (we were out) and it was still delicious! Thanks for another great recipe!!!"
"I started to soften the butter and realized that I had no icing sugar...so I used granulated sugar instead, whipped it for a little while and then added the vanilla. These were the BEST shortbread cookies I've ever made!!!"
"Delicious and easy! We didn't have peanut oil, so subbed melted peanut butter instead and used it in the sauce. Also didn't have cilantro, so skipped that as well, but we still really enjoyed it!"
"No, this does not taste like a full-fat, high carb muffin - but having been on the Atkins diet for 3 months this is a darn good substitute. Really easy to make (literally took 5 minutes total) and delicious! Thanks so much for a great recipe!"
"Delicious! I made this with Dreamfields pasta, used 1/2 mayo and 1/2 Miracle Whip (both light) and carmalized the onions before adding. I also left out the olives (just personal preference). The consistency and flavors are fantastic. Thanks for a new favorite!"
"Delicious! I added chives in with the cream cheese and topped it with a cheddar/monteray jack mix and baked the mushrooms for 10 minutes. We ate about 1 1/2 each for a meal without side dishes. Quick and easy!"
"I made this tonight for dinner and it was delicious and simple. I didn't have any Old Bay seasoning, so I sprinkled some onion powder, celery seed and garlic powder on it along with the dill and it was still great!"
"Delicious and simple. My dish didn't wilt as much as the photos, but I like it slightly crunchy. Even my DH said it seems to make the flavor of the spinach more subtle and it blends really well together. Thanks for a great recipe!"