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"A friend and I made this last night and it was delicious! We used a combination of Shitake and white mushrooms. Instead of the half-n-half, we used whole milk, and instead of a green bell pepper, we used a red. There's a tiny little bowl leftover and I'm sure it'll be gone today!"
Jan 28, 2012 on Food.com
"These were super yummy. The kids thought they were fries and ate them up. They take a little long to make, so plan ahead. I may add a little less oil next time as there was extra oil in the pan when they were done. The water method of cooking was surprising, but worked great! I took them out of the pan and placed them on a paper towel on a pl..."
Jan 3, 2012 on Food.com
"I was looking for something my 1 year old could feed himself (finger food that was high in protein. I came across these! I used 3 whole eggs as I was not concerned about fat and added vanilla, cinnamon, and thinly sliced bananas. The first batch was a little thick, but I added a bit of water to the second batch and they cooked much better - mo..."
May 28, 2010 on Food.com
"On the Today show, it said to use a 6 oz can of frozen orange juice. In the recipe listed on their web site, it doesn't mention butter. I imagine this wouldn't work without butter. Glad i looked it up here before making it!"
Dec 17, 2009 on Food.com
"This is the same recipe that I've been using for a few years now - I got it from the Oregonian newspaper. There it was called Nicki's Cinnamon Buns from Heaven. Apparently they've printed it 6 times per request of the readers. One thing I've discovered is that you can make these the night before and then put them in the fridge to bake the next mor..."
Nov 24, 2009 on Food.com
"This was really yummy. I served it with penne pasta. I didn't have any parsley, but it was still super tasty. I also used half-n-half instead of cream and it worked great. The sausage I had was Isernios Chicken sausage. My husband thought it was great and asked me to make it again soon, after scarfing down the leftovers the next night."
Nov 20, 2009 on Food.com
"I doubled this recipe and drained one can of the corn, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly to serve for dinner at my son's birthday party. I got a number of comments about it and my father-in-law said it was very good, so I guess the recipe is a keeper! I put it in a 10x14" pan. It was quite moist, but not soggy - a very moist corn bread...."
Aug 12, 2009 on Food.com
"This was really yummy! I imagine that the kind of salsa you choose could affect the flavor. I used a Newman's Own brand - Medium. I added a little cumin to the mix, but followed the recipe exactly otherwise. When the chicken was cooked, I broke it up into smaller chunks with a spatula and served it over brown rice."
Jul 23, 2009 on Food.com
"This was great! I followed the recipe as-is except I used red wine instead of white wine and not quite as much pepper. I was skeptical about the cocktail sauce, but everything altogether was great. We did filet, chicken, prawns, and lobster. The lobster was really good - needed no dipping sauce. I would definitely use this again the next time..."
Feb 16, 2009 on Food.com
"I think this turned out great. It melted just find (use a really low heat and was a good consistency for dipping. I followed the recipe exactly except for the hot sauce since my toddler would be eatling it. He really liked the "cheesy bread" as a result. I would make it again. I saved the leftovers and reheated it with some milk the next day..."
Feb 16, 2009 on Food.com