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"Great - used celery seed in place of flakes (same amount) and I never have dried parsley because I think it is tasteless so I used about 3 TBSP basil to replace pasrley + basil (I upped the yield to 24 TBSP from 8, this is important to note!). I used in a recipe for Greak Turkey Burgers. I also used to make a relish of cut up grape tomatos, hot ch..."
"My husband thought this was good but I thought the onion soup mix was over powering and the smell from the slow cooker grew annoyingly sweet toward the end. I guess I should have known better but I wasn't looking for gourmet I was looking for easy, tasty, satisfying for a cold winter day. I won't be making this again. Sorry! I generally ..."
"I thought these were good - not outstanding. Super easy though. I think they needed a little something though and def. more salt. I followed exactly. Maybe my brie was too mild. I might make again and make some adjustments, eg. add a little cayenne, sauteed onions, some more herbs? Oh, actually I did make one slight change which was to use scallio..."
"These were wonderful and so easy. I was baking a pork loin roast @ 350 (porchetta - style pork roast which I got from a Canadian cooking magazine) so I just put these in for longer rather than cooking at 400 for 45 min. Perfect - everyone loved. I wanted a little sweetness too so next time I may add a little honey or maple syrup but these were gre..."
"This was very good. I didn't have evaporated milk so I used FF 1/2 and 1/2. I garnished with green onions. Sconehead, no offense but unless you killed your own turkey and ground it up and made your own cheddar cheese from cows you milk - you do in fact eat processed foods. Just because food isn't labeled "processed" doesn'..."
"Like another recent reviewer I really can't believe this has been rated 2600 times! It's tasty for sure, and I do believe it tastes like your mall standard bourbon chicken that is always being handed out on a stick. :) So, it isn't high end cooking to be sure, but it lives up to its name! My changes: I doubled the sauce ingredients but used only 1..."
"I made this into chicken "bites" by cutting up into bite sized pieces and coating that way. Baked on a cooking spray coated baking sheet. I made them for my daughter's daycare's Halloween party. Not sure how they will go over with the kids but I tried one after I made them and they were fine. I wouldn't make again because it is just way too much a..."
"I made exactly as written except to add a dash of salt and bake them. I expected better based on the reviews and photos (granted - those were probably the fried version!). I don't think frying them would have made them much better. These were good but not great. Also took a long time to bake at 350. I think if I made them again I would add more se..."
"This was so delish! My husband and my in laws raved about this when I served it this weekend along side a butternut squash soup and green salad for dinenr. Only changes I made was to use smaller pieces of bread (to make it more of a side), and I used a good quality gorgonzola instead of Stilton. I looked for Stilton at the store and they didn't ha..."
"Made this last week for DH and myself. Was so good that I froze the leftovers (before adding cream) and served it to my in laws for a dinner party this past weekend. They also loved it. I served with French Tart's Stilton and Walnut rarebit and a green salad and everyone was very happy! My only change was cut and roast the squash first. Awesome! D..."