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"I made some slight modifications but stuck to the basic recipe. At step 2, I added the carrots, celery, onions, and potatoes (no leeks on hand so not added) - did not really measure and probably doubled in some cases. Add next 5 ingredients & saute for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. I didn't have chicken broth so added bouill..."
"This is the way I like to make butternut squash! I used jarred minced garlic to make it even easier and top it at the end with some parmesan cheese and then broil for a few until it's browned."
"I was looking for something easy and quick with what I had on hand. It was easy and quick. This was just "ok" for us. The addition of mustard in the gravy didn't really work. Maybe a dijon would work better?"
"Made this on one of our busy nights and it turned out great. I added broccoli on top. Next time I'd like to add quartered onions and maybe some red pepper. I thickened with cornstarch and served it over steamed rice. Nice meal."
"Fast and easy to put together. I used 2 onions instead of 3 and only swiss but otherwise stuck to the recipe. I have to say I thought it might have benefited from some sherry or a dry wine to make it a bit more "rich". That being said, nice basic soup that's easy to get on the table!"
"Very good, restaurant quality Sesame Chicken! We successfully doubled. Couple of minor changes: no cornstarch when we fried the chicken, and no five spice powder. It turned out fabulously. We will definitely make again :)"
"This was a wonderful recipe. We did modify. We cut it down to half...made onion soup mix homemade and our own version of A-1 sauce for the recipe. We also tossed in a glass of dry red wine. It was amazing. We even got a picky kid to eat it...and she loved it!"
"This is the way mom used to make it when I was little. You can definitely use 2 pkgs of little smokies or reduce the sauce ingredients to half for 1 pkg and still have enough. Thanks for reminding me about this one :) (sauce works well with cocktail meatballs too :)"