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"Just what I was looking for....something simple that wasn't tomato based. I halved the recipe (only needed two servings) and added mushrooms with the garlic. Poured it over cheese tortellini and it was delicious. Thanks for posting!"
"So creamy and so easy, I'll never make it out of 'The Box' again. I added bread crumbs and cayenne pepper to give it a kick. Just what I was looking for. Thanks for sharing!"
"Delicious! I added garlic powder along with the salt and pepper before making the patties. I had to drain the fat off the pan before adding lemon juice and W. sauce (plus more mustard) in the final step. I doubled those ingredients and it made the perfect amount of sauce to spoon over the burgers. Thanks for posting!"
"This was very simple to make and quite good. Following the advise of other reviewers, I only used 1 Tbsp of flour and added cumin, and I thought the taste came out perfect. Thanks for the recipe!"
"This was so simple to make, and very delicious. I used low-sodium chicken broth, to counterbalance the saltiness of the ham. I used a little more broth than the recipe called for, and simmered for only 40 minutes, and it came out just right. Thanks for posting!"
"I was looking for something to use up the hamburger in the freezer, and what a find! I added tomatoes and green pepper to the meat mixture, and put olives on top before baking. My husband went back for seconds, which he rarely does. Thanks for a wonderful recipe."
"Holy cow these are great! I always had a hard time making pork come out juicy, and this recipe is perfect. I leave the chops in the brine for at least an hour, then grind up fresh bread with spices for the coating. I fry them in the pan with butter/EVOO for a few minutes each side, then put the pan in the oven at 400° for about 20 minutes. My..."
"My husband raves everytime I make this. I take the drumsticks out of the pot after 20 minutes and thicken up the sauce by itself (no cornstarch). It takes a little more time, but it soooo delicious, and well worth it. Thanks!"
"These are just awesome. They come out of the oven perfectly crisp, but not oily, like you would get from frying. I like to put salsa and sour cream when I plate them."
"I love this recipe...so easy and delicious! I use boxed breadcrumbs, not 'fresh', and I have no problem getting them to brown in the oven. I like to serve them with bbq sauce and ranch dressing. Thanks for the recipe!"