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"Very easy, very tasty. Used what I had onhand. So replaced the heavy cream and milk with half & half, and used pepper jack for the cheese. Worked just fine for me. I also added 5 minutes to the chicken baking time before adding sauce, and another additional 5 minutes after adding the sauce and cheese.... looked like it needed it. As always, a ..."
"I keep varying the recipe,,,,, adding Jack Daniels or dark rum, shallots, black pepper, passila. And I slow cook in the Dr Pepper and additions in a crock pot. I get variety, but the core of precooking in Dr Pepper seems to work great with all the variations I've tried."
"Great stuff. I've a few additions tho. I I use a mix of white, brown, and green Japanese noodles. I like them better and they add color. I double the sauce and use a 50/50 mix of hot sesame and regular sesame oil. And then add some chopped peanuts and/or toasted seasame seeds and/ot green onion for some variety."
"I'm using fresh yellow fin tuna. Thick slices, peppered, and grilled with hickory. Sear and mix in as per recipe. So much better than generic tuna salad!"
"A bit dry. Think perhaps some oil is needed. Had to add a bit more liquid to it for a decent rise, but that could just be due to my flour."
"Easy and relatively quick, We add brocolli and mushrooms, 1/4 cup less milk, and shredded Mexican cheese blend."
"Just as I like,,,, very simple and tasty. Used a bit less cumin and did the first cooking step for 40 minutes. Otherwise just as stated. Good stuff."
"Good, hot, and a nice way to use those leftover habaneros. Made things simpler doubling the recipe, weighing the peppers, and using a food processor for the peppers and onions. With doubling the recipe: 100g (3.5 oz) each of sweet and habanero peppers. Used 5.5 cups of sugar, so a little less than double the recipe. One 3 oz envelope of Ball liq..."