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"Served this on Bunco night, and it was a big hit. I used 1/2 BBQ sauce and half ketchup. Once the chicken was pulled, I poured the sauce into a saucepan (minus the onions), returned the chicken and a bit of sauce to the crock pot, and simmered the rest of the sauce until it thickened up. Served with buns, apple slaw and, potato salad. (The swe..."
"This was a huge hit with my family. I subbed cornbread stuffing mix for the herb, and provolone for the Swiss. I might add more stuffing next time - loved the texture it added. Can't wait to have the leftovers for lunch tomorrow."
"Finally, a recipe the whole family approved of. Based on other reviews, I omitted the tomato soup from the meatballs and added it to the sauce, added an 8 ounce can of tomato sauce to the sauce, and brought the sauce to a simmer before adding the meatballs. The texture of the meatballs was great, and the sauce was just right. Thanks for sharing!"
"My 13-year-old son selected this recipe, and cooked it for our dinner by himself. He said it was easy to make, and it was very delicious. We served three tonight, and have enough leftover for another dinner for three. Can't wait to have it again!"
"We haven't had a chance to freeze these yet, but they were a big hit straight out of the oven. I did 1 1/2 batches of batter, and got almost 12 slices out of it. I used french bread, cut into 1" slices, with each slice cut into thirds. I used parchment paper, and turned them carefully with a spatula - no problems sticking. I baked th..."
"This was delicious! The marinade was nicely flavored, and not too sweet. So far, we've had the meat by itself with sides, and in Cuban sandwiches. Next, the leftovers will be used in a pork and broccoli lo mein. I'm always looking for new pork tenderloin recipes - this one is a keeper."
"NC is stuck in the middle of a nasty snow/sleet/freezing rain event. But, at least we had enough snow to make snow cream! My largest mixing bowl was full of snow, and made enough for about 4 or 5 servings. This was a nice treat in the midst of our lousy weather. Thanks for sharing!"
"This was a winner at my house, even with the 12-year-old who was sure he didn't like Salisbury Steak. I scaled the patty ingredients back to use 1 pound of meat (with 1 T onion soup mix), and made a full batch of gravy. 1 pound of meat gave me 5 patties, and the amount of gravy was perfect. Served with mashed potatoes and peas with mushroo..."
"This was a delicious side to jerk chicken. I made half a batch, and used diced jalapeno instead of scotch bonnet, but otherwise followed the directions. It's very close to my favorite Jamaican restaurant's rice and peas. A half batch was four generous servings for us. Thanks for sharing!"
"These were great! I made a double batch to freeze for weekday breakfasts. My Belgian waffle iron used 1/3 cup per waffle, and about 5 minutes to cook. Kept warm in a 200 degree oven while the rest cooked. Served with sliced bananas and whipped cream. One batch made 12 waffles."