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"I followed the recipe except for the amount of oregano. I knew 1 teaspoon would be overpowering for our tastes so I cut it back to 1/2 teaspoon. The chicken was very moist, tender and flavorful."
"This bread has a nice texture and was easy to prepare. After reading the reviews, I decided to add 1/4 cup more sugar. I do realize this is a plain bread and It is good with butter, but we thought it could use something more. If I make it again I would experiment by adding lemon zest, walnuts or pecans, or possibly a lemon glaze."
"It's been a long time since I've eaten at McDonald's and I don't remember what their fish sandwich tastes like. So I'm not rating by the name, but rather how it turned out. It was great and I will make it again."
"Very easy and yummy. The amount of hash was enough for two of us, so of course I made two eggs. Used red onion, olive oil and added a bit of chopped green pepper."
"I used Baby Yukon Gold potatoes instead of the red. Delicious, creamy and buttery potatoes that I will be making again and again. Made for Pammy's cookathon."
"My mother made chili dogs once a week while I was growing up as it was an inexpensive and easy meal to feed a family of eight. This is total comfort food for me. I toasted the bun and used red onion and, of course, served with Fritos. Made for Pammy's cookathon."
"Loaded with corned beef and saurkraut is my kind of Reuben. I do use whole wheat bread instead of rye as a personal preference, and also did not have swiss so substituted mozzarella. I thought the amount of Thousand Island was perfect. Great yummy sandwich!"
"I halved this recipe and used 6 chicken tenderloins, which I did not cut up or pre-cook. Baked in my toaster oven in a 8x8 casserole for 30 minutes. Chicken was tender and moist and the cracker topping was great. Served over butter & herb rice and loved it - total comfort food."
"Buttered noodles are a favorite of mine, however, I thought this dish was dry. One tablespoon of butter barely coated the cooked spaghetti. I added additonal butter and once it was plated grated a small amount of parmesan over the top."
"I made a very easy soup using a can of cream of chicken soup, a soup can of water, frozen peas and carrots, and chopped onion. I used one-half can of biscuits, but will use more next time. I cut the biscuits into quarters, then once the soup mixture came to a boil I added the biscuits pieces. Lowered the heat, put the lid on the pan and let sim..."