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"I don't give many five-star ratings, but this recipe deserved it. It's delicious and simple to make.
Note for the time-strapped: I only had time to let the roast marinate for an hour, so instead of discarding the marinade as instructed, I poured it into the baking dish and let the roast cook in it. The roast turned out great!
Jan 2, 2011 on Food.com
"Good recipe! I baked the chicken in the oven because I live in an apartment complex where grills aren't allowed. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly, with one exception: more mozzarella, probably around 1 full cup. (I don't worry about fat grams. It was delicious! -- Dan Robinson"
Oct 5, 2010 on Food.com
"Bien fait, Granma Hilda! I really like how this recipe uses so many fresh, whole ingredients. It's fairly expensive and time-consuming to make, but the end results are worth it -- delicious!Alterations: I needed to feed four men, so I used more chicken: to be exact, 4 thighs and 4 drumsticks (bone-in, skin-on. It turned out great! I used extra ..."
Jan 7, 2010 on Food.com
"These are bursting with fat thanks to the ungodly amount of cheese, but that's the only downside. They truly are simple to prepare and very yummy. I made them exactly per the recipe (Pace mild picante was the salsa I used, and everyone agreed they were delicious."
Nov 23, 2009 on Food.com
"Good dish! There are a lot of steps and a lot of ingredients, so it's somewhat expensive and takes a while to prepare, but the end product is very tasty, and if you're only cooking for two, you'll definitely have enough left over for a second meal. Fancy enough to impress a date, yet big enough to feed a family."
May 2, 2009 on Food.com