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"My MIL gave me this recipe 25 years ago. It is amazing! Marinating it makes it extra yummy, but if you don't marinate it, it still comes out really good. I use a counter top electric roaster so the house doesn't get hot, and it is perfect!!!!!!"
"This was average. Nothing bad about it.....nothing great. If I was in a jam and didn't have a lot in the house, I might throw it together, but I wouldn't go out of my way to make it a regular part of our dinner rotation."
"This was amazing great! My entire family went back for seconds.....those of you with teenagers know how hard it is to keep them all happy......so I was ecstatic. I did find it needed salt, no biggie. I used the frozen egg noodles and they really made the dish. I don't think it would be as yummy with dried egg noodles. I used bone in chic..."
"This was good and very simple. I thought the taste was a little flat and needed something. After adding a squeeze of lemon, some extra wine, salt, garlic and pepper it was very good. I think it is a decent and easy basic recipe to use and then add on your own twist to make it special."
"I made this to go along with Tortellini Michaelangelo, which is recipe #303050. I substituted fat free half and half for the heavy cream and it came out perfectly.....with much lower fat and calories. I couldn't tell the difference. I also used 2 cloves of fresh garlic for the garlic powder. Very easy and tasty."
"I don't care if this is "real" Italian or not. And yes.....I am versed in what "real" italian food is. All I care about is if it tasted delicious.....and it did! It came together VERY quickly and everyone loved the flavors. I used fat free half and half in the white sauce and in the dish to thin it out, rather than heavy cream, and it was perf..."
"This was my first year making a turkey in an electric roaster and it was the best turkey we have ever had. I had a 21 lb. turkey and I stuffed it. It was done perfectly in exactly 4 hours and a 30 minute rest time. The juciest breast meat I have ever tasted."
"This was great! Love using waffles instead of the normal cubed bread. I read the reviews and increased the waffles and sausage. Instead of maple syrup, I used maple breakfast sausage. I was concerned that it didn't call for salt, but the sausage and cheese definitely had it seasoned well."
"We found this a bit bland. I hate to add soy, ginger, salt and a touch of brown sugar to give it the right flavor. A good base recipe. I would make it again, but add those modifications."