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"Easy, economical, and delicous! I left out the salt and dropped a chicken bouillon cube instead for a little more favor. The first time I made it, I stirred the egg in too much, and although the flavor was good, it didn't look very appetitizing.I poured it in slowly the next time, allowing the egg to "sheet". It turned out great, and looked bette..."
"Excellent and easy! I also used Egg Beaters and doubled the batch. If you want something extra good, make iron bloomer's easy microwave hot fudge sauce! Crazy good!"
"OMG!! I made this and served it over hcopeland's homemade french vanilla ice cream! Words can't describe how great and easy this was to make!"
"Excellent and easy! I doubled the receipe and added all the spices to the flour. After frying the fish, I added about 1/2 cup of flour, 1 tsp. baking powder, and a little milk to my leftover flour-cornmenal mix. I fried this in the oil for hushpuppies. Turned out great!"
"Excellent way to use up zucchini! I thought I had made every type of jam until I found this recipe. I followed the instructions exactly, and it turned out fine. It looked like it wasn't going to set up, but I think it will as stated in the directions. I used strawberry jello, and it is very good."
"An excellent and easy recipe! Goof-proof, too! I accidently forgot to put in the sour cream, and realized it about 20 minutes into the baking. I pulled it out, gently stirred in the sour cream without disturbing the crust too much, and popped it back in. It turned out great inspite of me!"
"Great recipe! I didn't have any Tabasco or hot sauce, so I mixed about 1/2 cup of shrimp cocktail sauce and watered it down with 1/2 cup of water instead. I sprinlked the chicken with hot salt in addition to the rub. I cut down on the salt to compensate for that. Also, I fry chicken in a huge iron skillet, so I just added 1/2 shortening 1/2 canola..."
"Super easy, and makes plenty. Like others here, I mixed everything in my Kitchen Aid. I ran them through my noodle machine, as the dough was not sticky and was easy-to-handle. I used to buy Reames noodles for my chicken and noodles as they were cheap and a huge time saver. However, I had to draw the line and make my own rather than pay nearly $4 a..."