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"I used 1/4 cup butter. Minced onion very fine, added onion to the butter and microwaved for 90 seconds to melt butter and lightly cook onion. I then added onion mixture into the soup and sour cream, then mixed in the cheese and the still-frozen hashbrowns. Omitted salt by accident, but finished dish was just the right saltiness for us. Baked a..."
"Who knew something so easy could be so good?? I used 6 chicken breasts to 1 cube of butter, and instead of the seasoned salt I used salt, pepper, rosemary and sage. Even the refrigerated leftovers were tender and juicy!
10/07/2012 UPDATE: This is now my go-to for chicken breasts! I get the boneless, skinless chicken breasts in a bag and just ..."
"The Best Chicken Soup I've Ever Had!! The dill really makes the flavors pop. I have even cheated and used chicken broth from a carton and the meat from a store-bought rotisserie chicken on nights when I have little time. Still Fantastic! Thanks, Queen, for this awesome recipe! :)"
"Another winner from MizzNezz!! Have made this several times (should have reviewed sooner), and the family loves it! I always thought it was a 'sin' to cook steak in a skillet, but with this recipe you don't miss the char. I triple the sauce ingredients, as we like the flavor it adds to the steak."
"Yummy! I made several changes per what I had on hand: I minced the onion, garlic, & ginger, sauteed them in 1 Tbsp butter & 1 Tbsp EVOO, added the spices (I didn't have cumin seeds so used 2 tsp cumin powder, also subbed cayenne powder for the chilis), and used 1 bunch of red chard instead of spinach. Chopped the card and did not puree. Maybe th..."
"Made this for a potluck at work. Everyone RAVED! I am not a fan of bottled Italian Dressing, but everyone else seems to be, so that's what I used. Great combination of flavors. I think putting the dressing on the warm pasta really makes this salad sing. I made some at home using a homemade balsamic vinagrette. It was not as pretty as the one..."
"I HAVE FOUND A KEEPER! :)Rather than doubling, I 1.5'd the recipe, using 2 lbs of beef and 1 lb of ground pork, 1 C club cracker crumbs and 1 slice toasted wheat bread, and 3 eggs. I also added about 1.5 Tbsp of Worcestershire. For the topping I used 1/2 ketchup & 1/2 BBQ sauce. I shaped into 2 loaves, expecting to have sandwiches. No Such ..."
"This. Is. DELISH!!! I've made it a few times, now, and never get tired of it! At first I made it as listed, and it was great but a bit rich. I've tried lightening it up a bit for us: left out the sesame seeds, butter, and cheese topping; doubled the amount of artichokes. Also, I use whatever grated cheese I have on hand: cheddar, jack, even me..."
"I haven't tried making this, yet, but I had the good fortune to visit Greeny while this was cooking. The house smelled amazing and started all our tummies growling! And the taste is to die for! All the veggies were toasty on the outside and tender/creamy on the inside. Delicious!"