Select () or exclude () categories to narrow your recipe search.
As you select categories, the number of matching recipes will update.
Find exactly what you're looking for with the web's most powerful recipe filtering tool.
"Made these today but forgot to do the fold 5 times and pat to 1" instead going straight to pat 1/2" and cut. lol Oh well. I also substituted 1/2 cup whole wheat flour for some of the regular flour as that's all I had left.
Taste is great, texture is nice (even without all the folding), could be a bit taller but again, that's my own fault..."
"I fried these in my cast iron dutch oven on the stove top with safflower oil. I did add paprika and poultry seasoning to my flour mixture for more depth in flavor.
I soaked in juice from my refrigerator sweet slices with a bit of apple cider vinegar to cover. I patted them dry, dipped in flour, egg, flour. I had a problem with the first b..."
"Gorgeous shiny sauce. Super easy to make. I subbed some OJ for some of the water, but all turned out well. Will definitely make it again."
"My first time making frosting and it was fabulous! I wasn't sure about the consistency and ended up a little too thin, but who cares, it eventually stuck and tastes awesome! Thanks!"
"Excellent recipe, though I did change it quite a bit. I used the 9 x 13 pan with no problem. The batter was light and fluffy. The finished cake was awesome. I frosted with homemade buttercream frosting for a new birthday favorite for hubby. It was even better after sitting in the fridge overnight. Thanks!"
"WOW! Hubby wanted a white lasagna, which I'd never made before, so I found and settled on this recipe. It appealed to me that everything was fresh and not out of a jar, like many. I did use the half and half as someone previously mentioned. I also added some Old Bay seasoning to the sauce. The only other change is that I used the whole 2 cups of h..."
"VERY good! I served it as a side with shepherds pie for St Patrick's day dinner. I did change it up a little to taste more like cabbage cooked with corned beef by adding one small onion, a few loose cloves and a dash of cayenne pepper. Like your DH mine swears he doesn't like cooked cabbage so I only gave him a smidgen. He went back for more. ..."
"We really liked this but thought it could have benefited from less liquid and more seasoning, I'm sure that's because we don't eat pork so there was no seasoning from the bacon/salt pork. The first time around I used red potatoes, 2 12 ounce cans of baby clams, and a half a can of cream of chicken soup at the end to try to thicken it up a bit. I'm..."
"I read through the reviews but didn't feel like draining anything, so I left it as it was. I did use beef ribs instead of pork. I also doubled the amount. I was barely able to stuff 6 lbs of ribs into my crock pot, but it worked! I used two bottles of BBQ sauce and I did add a chopped shallot to the chopped onion as well. Either way, it turned out..."
"I make this with ground dark meat turkey then add my spices, put in a ziplock, make a roll, and refrigerate (or throw in the freezer) till I"m ready to use it. It's SOOO easy to make. I do like to kick up the sage a bit (I probably add close to 1 tbsp to 1 lb of turkey), but otherwise it works great. I don't generally add fat to my skillet at all,..."