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"Yum, thanks! I used multigrain saltines, more than 1/2 tsp of seasoning salt, and added kosher salt, black pepper and garlic powder to the flour mix. I served with a dip I made from just light mayonnaise, lemon juice and garlic salt. Delicious side dish for our pork chops!"
"Husband and I are moving soon and we wanted to use as much in our pantry as possible. Found this recipe and had all but the shredded cheese on hand. Instead, I topped with parmesan bread crumbs and drizzled melted butter over it. Also added a shake of celery salt, kosher salt, and when it came out of the oven -- drizzled some diced tomatoes and..."
"This is an easy recipe that tastes great with jasmine rice (with a little soy sauce) and asparagus. I added kosher salt and ground black pepper to the fish as well. A keeper for my easy recipe nights."
"This recipe sounded delicious, but I must have done something wrong because it ruined my steak.I used a sauvignon blanc, and the sauce never thickened. Also, the steak ended up being overpowered by the taste of alcohol. Anyone else try it and love it? Maybe I used the wrong wine or the wrong brand of gorgonzola?"
"Excellent party dish! This was a HUGE success at the party I brought it to. Two things I did different: used ranch dressing instead of blue cheese and also reserved the celery for dipping instead of chopping it up and including it in the mix. Thanks for sharing! I plan to make it again for an office potluck at the end of this month!"
"I've been looking for a good mac-n-cheese recipe and this is it! Since we love extra sharp cheddar, we used a bit more than the recipe called for. We baked for thirty minutes, however, at 20 minutes, it still wasn't browning so I cranked up the heat to speed up the process. Still turned out amazingly delicious. Thanks again!"
"This was delicious! I made this on Friday night and the leftovers were gone before the weekend was over. I altered it just a tad, but it's still the same basic recipe: one lb of angel hair pasta; seven large, fresh plum tomatoes; four extra-large garlic cloves; half a teaspoon of red pepper; and instead of measuring out the olive oil, I coated t..."