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"This was so easy I decided to memorize it. Oops. I memorized Tablespoons, not teaspoons as the recipe specifies! DISASTER! The reason for my comment without rating is to affirm 400 degrees at 45 minutes for a convection oven. Perfect Doneness! (But if you memorize like me, very salty!)UPDATE: 2nd try, perfect all the way around!"
"Thomas' has nothing on these! I even cheated the "overnight" portion of the recipe down to 2 hours and got great results. (Used very active starter and warmed the milk before mixing.) Butter flavored Crisco eliminated the hassle of the butter/oil."
"Great recipe! I was concerned about the huge amount of yeast, but it worked perfectly. I used Splenda brown sugar and doubled the cinnamon, otherwise as specified. Based upon Laudee's picture and the fact that my yield was at least 10 good sized rolls, I must have rolled the dough thinner than intended (about 1/4"). The dough held up and the r..."
"I would like to try this recipe, and at the risk of sounding stupid,especially given the good reviews. . . What does one do with the oregano, bay leaves, paprika, tomato sauce, onions, and green pepper?"
"I'm not sure which I like more, the pancakes, or the back story. Add another voice to the chorus of praise for these gems. Mmmm. Butter."
"Absolutely wonderful. Although, they should be called: "Cheese Stuffed Shells with Spinach and Sausage" I've always found meat stuffed too 'meaty' and cheese stuffed too 'rich' These were a perfect balance. (I made and froze 8X the recipe!) Be sure to finely shred/grind/chop the cooked sausage before integration. (Hard work, but worth it)And..."
"Needed the gravy without cooking the meat, so I cut the water to 2 'cans' and omitted the cornstarch. I was worried that this set of ingredients would produce a salty gravy. Not the case. The mushrooms seem to do a good job of balancing the taste. Sorry if this isn't coherent,I have to rely on my typing, since an ad window is blocking my abilit..."
"Recipe is not difficult. (Just add water!) This is a great starting point for something creative. Succotash version was well received. I didn't see an oil temp listed, but found 375 F to be ideal."
"Wonderful bread. I cut it into rolls and the recipe worked perfectly without adjustment. Great for fancy sandwiches. (I topped the rolls with sesame seeds, which was also wonderful.)"