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"Real good and real easy! I've made it a couple times with canned asparagus which was best. Bacon version was good too though. I beat some of the milk with the flour, then add the rest of the milk, then the egg, cheese, butter, etc. Baking some now with broccoli."
"I used Omega Plus oil which is olive, avocado, and flaxseed oil. I used quite a bit for just one egg, and a generous sprinkling of parmesan. Easy and quite tasty!"
"This sounded different- adding cheddar to the crust layer-so I tried it. Used butter and homemade pasta sauce. Chopped a large onion and put 1/2 in the sauce, the other 1/2 on top below the parmesan. Very tasty. Leftovers were kind of dry, but great with a little more sauce spooned over before microwaving.Have made this many times since or..."
"I used dried yellow mung beans instead of split peas. They mushed up on their own after 8 hours in the crockpot and made a delicious thick broth. Yummy and healthy; can't beat that!"
"This was very tasty for something that's easy, quick, and cheap to make. I also added a little soy sauce to the beaten egg. Next time will try adding some meat and/or veggies."
"I followed suggestions of other reviewers and added extra seasoning. Make extra if you have the potatoes; leftovers were very good the next day for hash."
"Yum! I used recipe #43779 to grill the steaks, and added extra garlic. This recipe does make a lot, but it has a lot of uses; try on veggies, bread, etc. I may try some as a substitute for butter in an ABM recipe."
"I used this technique for sirloins and topped it with blue cheese butter. (recipe #33130)Tender and delicious! The steaks were large so there was some left over, which was good the next day sliced thin for a sandwich."
"~~~Tail wagging good~~~Made it easy using the bread machine. I subbed 8 grain cereal for the bran and bulgur and added some beef. Rolled it out on a foil-lined jelly roll pan and scored before baking to make rectangles. Kind of soft, but I don't think they'll last long enough to worry about it."
"Don't know what it does to little viral critters...but it smells great! Anything that cheers you up when you feel crappy is probably helpful. I added some clove oil, lemon extract, and an old package of hot cider mix. (Finally a use for it...) Makes me want to keep stepping outside, then come back in again. "