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"This was very popular with my family. There was no mention of when to add the garlic or papaya so we just added it with the pork. That turned out pretty well. Some discovered that this meshes pretty well with sriacha chili sauce so you might want to offer that as an add-in if desired."
"I was actually pretty suspect about this recipe given that it has two ingredients and really only two steps to cook. However, after cooking it up with chicken broth and wontons (they were right next to the potstickers for the same price) it turned out great! I think if you can find wontons, they probably work better since they hold together nice..."
"This turned out very well. Despite lacking any kind of salt or pepper, the chicken was very flavorful. After reducing, it had a kind of BBQ flavor to it. We couldn't really tell that the Rosemary did much other than give us tiny sticks to chew on. Even so, this recipe is a keeper. Thanks for sharing!"
"Recipe is misleading. "frozen tater tots (however much you desire)" does not work well with a flat cook time of 30 minutes. I used 2lbs of frozen tater tots to level out the 9x9 casserole dish. After 30 minutes, the cheese was melted and I dished it out. The tater tots in the middle were still frozen... The recipe was good once it was cooked ..."
"Excellent main dish for our St. Patrick's Day dinner! We got beef stock instead of chicken stock since the recipe was listed simply as "stock." We didn't realize that it was supposed to be chicken stock until working through the instructions. The final gravy was a little weak in flavor which may have been caused by this substitution. We had to..."
"I've gotta say that the sauce was pretty gross to me. I made some substitutions which may partly explain the awful flavor. Or perhaps it's because I multiplied this up to 18 servings and something didn't scale right. In any case... the sauce was way too bitter and tasted like it needed a ton more sugar or way less orange zest.
"Outstanding recipe! We were pretty low on ingredients and wanted something other than mustard hot dogs so we found this recipe. I had to substitute that Sriacha sauce for the chili sauce and blackberry jam for grape jelly. A ratio of 3 sriacha : 1 jam was a bit too spicy so I opted for 1:1, put it on a dog in a bun and it was a hit! Thanks for..."
"The recipe worked out very well (oven version) although in the end, it tasted a lot like hot dogs in crispy hot dog buns. Don't be afraid to jazz up the mix as Terri mentioned by adding seasonings, Parmesan, garlic powder or just about anything else.Also, the ratios were a little off as well. I went with 10 franks, 3 cups Bisquick, 2 cups wate..."
"Turns out to basically be egg-gravy over toast. I'd never considered making gravy using eggs instead of some kind of meat and was very pleasantly surprised to find that this works great! I used about 1.5 C of milk instead of cream and the consistency was just right. Definitely adding this one to my set of regular recipes!"
"Very good recipe. Sounded like only slight variations but that's the beauty of it. I've never made scrambled eggs w/o scrambling the eggs and it created a really nice light omelette effect instead of being all crumbly. The Worcestershire sauce added a nice kick too. Always nice to find a tasty and simple recipe--esp one that uses Worcestershir..."