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"My wife has attempted to make this dish several times with other recipes and each time it turned out more like Potato Soup. This recipe was easy, tasted great and best of all I didn't have to serve it in a soup bowl. :)"
"I was in a huge hurry, so I made this with Macaroni & Cheese out of a box and it turned out great. Just added a little extra cheese and used 1/2 & 1/2 instead of milk. Cut the prep & bake time down dramatically. Although, I can't imagine how awesome this dish will be when I make as written. :)"
"This was super! Pretty dang close to what Grandma used to make. Just a couple of tweaks to consider: I used Italian Stewed Tomatoes & just cut up them into smaller pieces. I also added about 8 ounces of tomato sauce once everything was mixed together to "wet" it up a bit. Also, the Red Pepper Flakes are a MUST, in my opinion. Thanks for a gre..."
"I have made this several times, however have somehow forgotten to rate it. This is by far one of my favorite things to make for Sunday breakfast. It's a fun recipe to "play" with. I've added onions, broccoli and peppers. Sometimes I have foregone the meat entirely. But evertime it turns out yummy. Thanks for an awesome recipe!"
"Made this last night for the first time. Added a bit of chili powder, onion powder & cayenne pepper to give a little kick. DW and the 3 gremlins all really thought this sauce was great!"
"Super easy and great taste. 3 out of 3 kids gave this one a thumbs up. I used an Italian heese blend rather than straight parmesan (provolone, mozzarella, romano & parmesan). I also added fresh, chopped baby spinach as others have suggested. Tricked the kids on that one. I also think the spinach gives it some needed color. Also used artichok..."
"I'd like to know what recipes won 1st and 2nd, because this was pretty dang good. All 3 kids ate it without incident. Even the 7 year old, "Picky Pete". I did go: wash, flour, wash, flour again. Without the 2nd go around the batter wouldn't coat well enough. Used Frank's instead of Crystal...to lazy to make gravy...just did A1 instead. Next..."
"1st time eating "Fried Pickles", let alone making them. All 3 kids joined in the fun. We cut the pickles length-wise like fries & used hot chili sauce in the wash. Followed recipe from there on out & we all quite liked them. DW even ate some. We will most certainly make this recipe again."