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"Glad to find a tasty casserole that doesn't use canned soup! I cut back on the amount of pasta a bit, but still ended up with more servings than the recipe says..."
"I cheated with the preparation of the egg foo yung itself - used a different veggie combo - cleaning out the refrigerator - shredded zucchini, green onion, green peas, canned mushrooms, and diced leftover teriyaki chicken. Also sauteed the veggies/chicken to warm them and then just poured the egg and soy over and made one huge "pancake."..."
"My photo doesn't really show the dressing as I tossed it with the salad ingredients. I enjoyed it very much - I used it with a mixed greens salad, carrot strips, green onion, and tomato with strips of teriyaki chicken on top. Will probably add more mayo or use less liquid next time to make the consistency a bit thicker. Thank you for the d..."
"Healthy, nutritious, and easy. I agree with the reviewer who thought it was a bit bland but easy to tweak. I will probably add some green onion, soy sauce, and scrambled egg to make fried rice with the leftovers."
"Thank you so much for this keeper recipe! I'm not a fan of the anise flavoring in bought Hoisin Sauce, so this was perfect...and I love peanut butter & molasses. I used this in a recipe for Mandarin Orange Chicken with Green Onions & Cashews."
"I made this with leftover cooked rice, so my cooking steps were a bit different but the ingredients were the same. The tarragon was a winner for me! Served with a pork chop smothered in mushroom gravy."
"The dressing was so easy to make with just two ingredients...and really good too! I'm looking forward to having the leftovers tossed with romaine lettuce and croutons."
"Very quick, flavorful, and healthy! I used leftover cooked chicken and added diced carrots to the veggies. I wanted to cook and serve the rice separately, so adjusted the chicken broth accordingly. A keeper for me...thanks."
"These sandwiches are also part of my childhood memories. I remember a big stainless steel steamer filled with meat mixture and scooped out on the buns with ice cream scoops! Unfortunately, there is no local place still serving them, so I'm so happy to be able to make them at home. I warm up/steam the buns by placing them cut side down on ..."