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"We really liked these burgers. As others have mentioned, it seemed like too much meat for only two servings. We made six burgers, to serve three people, and it was just right. I especially liked the sauteed mushrooms and onions on top. Definitely a do-over recipe for us!"
"We really liked this! I used a whole red pepper, diced, and left out the onion since it also calls for onion soup mix. I also replaced the cabbage and carrot with a bag of coleslaw veggie mix. This came together really quickly...I barely had enough time to cook a pot of ramen noodles! Next time I make this, I will add baby corn and some broccoli."
"We liked this version of tater tot casserole much better than other recipes we've tried. The gravy mix gave it more flavor, which we really enjoyed. We will use this again."
"We had these for supper tonight. Used four small chicken breasts and a 375g package of bacon. It made more than enough to satisfy the four of us. We all liked the sweet/spicy flavor, but we wanted the bacon to be crispier. Will have to work on that for next time."
"Delicious, and very easy. Set the yeast to rising, and by the time I had the shortening cut in, the yeast was ready. It is a very shaggy dough, but with the addition of about 1/3 cup flour while kneading, it became perfectly soft and pliable. The biscuits were soft and tender. My new favorite recipe for biscuits!"
"Very tasty, with the buttery crispy outside and tender inside. If you like cornbread, you will probably like these cakes."
"Very easy, and excellent chocolate flavor. I subbed one snack cup of unsweetened applesauce for the oil, and it still came out moist and delicious."
"Initially, I thought this was a failure....it looked too liquidy. But it tasted really good, and it does thicken up some as it sits. I put the chicken in the pan and topped with other ingredients as directed, then I used a spoon to push the chicken around a little and let the soup mixture seep into the spaces between. The best parts are the crusty..."