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"One of my hubby's faves (with a few tweaks! I've never made this recipe without doubling it, so I don't know how the rice behaves in the original recipe, but the first time I doubled the rice, and the rice completely took over! So now it's 1 1/3 - 1 1/2 cups rice, 3 1/2 - 4 cups water. I also add 1 can each of bean sprouts, water chestnuts (ch..."
Feb 22, 2013 on Food.com
"Sooooooo good! A huge hit at the party - people had seconds! Followed the recipe exactly, but did add a little extra bacon and used 4 finely chopped eggs (it was a big bowl. I'm already craving this salad again!!"
Jan 14, 2013 on Food.com
"Definitely a winner, Mirj!!! I think the key is to chop everything pretty fine. I used an entire jar of sundried tomatoes packed in oil, then used the oil instead of the evoo. I let it cook over a low heat for maybe 45 minutes after it reduced. And, because I made this first thing in the morning and was apparently not quite awake, totally forg..."
Sep 4, 2012 on Food.com
"Oh gosh, this doesn't need another review - but I'll throw my 2 cents in anyway! The key to melt-in-your-mouthedness is two fold: beat the butter senseless (I used my Kitchenaid and let it go for about 5 minutes. and once you add the flour, just blend it in and you're done. Shut it down and bake 'em off! And finally, bake them until just done..."
Apr 1, 2012 on Food.com
"Yummy! I did tweak it a bit - and I think I simplified it. First off, you can eliminate both the cornstarch AND the instant potatoes if you boil the potatoes first, save the water. Then fry the onions and add 2 cups of the starchy potato water and the broth. After you add back the potatoes, and add the cream, puree with an immersion blender (i..."
Mar 17, 2012 on Food.com
"Very easy, quick, tasty meal! I've never been able to find the Honey Teriyaki sauce or marinade, but I have tried Kikkoman's Teriyaki glaze and once even mixed a normal Teriyaki marinade with a Hawaiian marinade and both times, it was great. My husband especially loves this recipe. You might want to refrain from pouring all the sauce into the p..."
Feb 29, 2012 on Food.com
"How did I forget to review these??!!! I've only made them about 6 times! They're wonderful. Definitely double the sauce. A true family fave!!!! (Can't help but wonder what other gems are in that cook book??!!"
Jan 23, 2012 on Food.com
"Thank goodness I halved this recipe!!! I couldn't stop eating it!! Sooooo good! I didn't really read the recipe before I started to make it - and so it did not sit for an hour - and since the hash browns were frozen and dinner needed to get on the table - I cranked the oven up: 385 for the first 30 minutes (covered, then uncovered at 425 for ..."
Jan 20, 2012 on Food.com
"Don't hesitate to try this recipe! It's so flavorful! Took a couple of reviewers' suggestions and sliced 1/2 onion and a clove of elephant garlic to the sauce. Really added great dimension. Doubled the "sauce" ingredients. When the chicken was done (and very tender!, I reduced the liquid by about half and spooned it over the breasts. Phenom..."
Jan 19, 2012 on Food.com
"A BIG hit! The family loved it! Cheese being cheese, as the dish cooled a bit, the cheese congealed, which kind of made it harder to dip - but it didn't seem to slow anyone down!! Next time I make this, I'm going to kind of layer the sauce between all the cheeses and see if that keeps it "softer". Part of me wanted to just stir it all together..."
Jan 15, 2012 on Food.com