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"Yummy! My daughter and I made these for the holiday and they are great! I agree with other reviewers about shortening the cook time...mine were perfect at about 11-12 min. Thanks!"
"Good! I used 2 Tbsp lemon juice instead of 3 and was glad I did. Not crispy, but the coating was yummy all the same. I'll make this again."
"Wonderful. I doubled the recipe and it was a huge hit at Thanksgiving! I took the advice of some other reviewers and added a bit more mayo and a dash of milk since I planned to reheat my dip as needed and didn't want it to dry out. But if you were making a single recipe and expected it to go quickly, the recipe is perfect as is!"
"Yummy flavor, and easy to prepare. I followed the instructions, but substituted farfalle for fetuccine, as that's what I had on hand. I didn't love the consistency that the cornstarch added, so I think I'd use less next time. Thanks!"
"Delicious! I will definitely make this again. I brought it to a church function, and had requests for the link to your recipe. I used frozen corn. Thanks!"
"Simple and wonderful! I didn't dot with the butter, just to try and omit some fat, but it was delicious anyway! These OAMC recipes are so helpful, thank you!"
"This was yummy! I omitted the almonds and the curry powder (I'm not a big fan) and it was still delicious. It did thicken up significantly while cooking, and I ended up adding almost an extra 2 cups of chicken stock, so be sure to have extra on hand! Thanks for this recipe."
"Delicious as is! Moist and flavorful. I only had 3/4 lb of turkey, so I used a little less onion and breadcrumbs, and halved the oregano. It was looking stormy here, so I cooked them up in a nonstick pan and they were delicious! Thanks!"
"Yummy! The consistency made them a bit hard to turn, so mine weren't too pretty, but they were tasty! I added a pinch of fresh rosemary!"