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"This was good. I did have to double the milk and the nutmeg. I served it over egg noodles. While I wouldn't say it was as good as made from scratch Swedish meatballs, it was easy because I used frozen meatballs. I liked it, but my wife thought it was just okay."
"This was fantastic! I served it over rice with a nice tossed salad on the side. A new regular in my rotation. I followed the recipe except that I used frozen meatballs from the store."
"I usually don't comment if I make very many changes, but this turned out so well I wanted to share so I can refer back to it again in the future. This is my first attempt at making bourguignon so I referred to some other classic recipes for ideas as well. First off I used venison instead of beef. I also covered the venison in the flour before..."
"I didn't have raisins, and I never use margarine (butter only) other than that I stuck to the recipe. It didn't turn out too bad, but I'm still searching for the perfect oatmeal cookie recipe."
"I omitted the onion and salt. And I used flour tortillas. This was good, especially for my wife who doesn't like things spicy. I had to put some hot sauce on mine but it was still good. Just very mild. It was very runny, even though I let it sit for about 15 minutes before cutting it. I will make it again, but I think I'll cut the chicke..."
"I used deer burger but otherwise followed the ingredients list. Instead of making this as a casserole I made it as a skillet dish. After browning the meat and onions I added the remaining ingredients with the exception of the noodles and cheese. I cooked the noodles then added them to the skillet stirring until the noodles were completely covered ..."
"This was good. I thought the baking instructions were a little vague. I started out baking for 15 minutes and the cheese was melted but the egg cream mixture didn't look done. So I covered it with aluminum foil to prevent the cheese from overcooking, and popped it back in the oven for another 15 minutes and that was just right. So next time I..."
"This was really good. I browned a 12 oz. roll of pork sausage and used 12 oz.'s of spinach, so I had a lot of filling. We made 15 egg rolls. Dipped in salsa, these were a fantastic Christmas breakfast. I didn't use the cayenne because my wife can't handle any amount of heat, but I didn't feel that detracted from these great lit..."
"This was good, but I probably won't make it again. It's tastes kind of like a baked goulash with the addition of the cream of mushroom soup."