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"I have made something similar to this in the past but misplaced the recipe. I followed another reviewers suggestion and combined the milk and flour before adding to the eggs to avoid lumps. While we enjoyed this, we found the texture to be "off" and somewhat rubbery. I hope to find my old recipe because the texture of that one was fin..."
"Tasted great but what a wet sloppy mess to make. I am thinking of adding an additional 1/2 cup of bisquick mix to the dough in addition to the half cup used to roll out"
"I added onions as other reviewers suggested. Also for the 1/2 cup of water and flour I used red wine. I think using beef broth would make it too salty because it's borderline salty as it is. Overall pretty yummy and easy."
"I doubled the recipe (using just under 2 cups of cream). Next time I will not add the salt as I think the cajun seasoning had enough and it seemed a bit salty. Also, the sauce seemed a bit runny so instead of adding the parmesan to the top I melted it into the sauce before I removed it from the heat. This helped the sauce to thicken up nicely...."
"I decided not to do my potatoes and carrots in the pan since other reviewers mentioned that they didn't get cooked fully. This chicken is outstanding! So moist and flavorful. DH does not like chicken at all but thought this was good. As long as whole chickens are 99 cents a pound, this will be a regular meal for us."
"I used chicken broth in place of the water and am glad I did.....would've been way too bland otherwise. I also did not peel my potatoes and added paprika for flavor. A good basic recipe but it for sure needs added flavor."
"10/7/12 update: I have been working on this and now make a few changes; I do not add the oregano because it seems to just float to the top and looks unappelaing. I take about 3/4 cup of the chicken broth and dissolve about 2 tablespoons of cornstarch to make this more like chili. After these changes this is now one of our favorite meals.
"We cut the mayo in half and it was still too much. Other than that, this was pretty good. If we make it again we will use about 1/3 cup of mayo."