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"My kids love this, which is enough for me to give any recipe 5 stars. I use my own spagetti sauce, and don't add any ground meat since my saice already has meat in it."
"The only substitute i made was to use diced red onions instead of the green onions. It was okay, but perhaps the success of the recipe depends on the ranch dressing used..."
"I wish I could give more than 5 stars, this chicken was so wonderful! The thickening process happened quickly and went a little too far, there was no glaze to spoon over, it just clung to the chicken in the most wonderful way. I used red pepper flakes instead of chili pepper, and I did not remove the garlic clove since I minced it."
"This got a five star rating from my DS, who is currently the pickiest eater in the house. It was a great way to make crispy chicken bites, and I will definately be making this again!"
"I think my strawberries were not quite ripe enough to make this... the muffins were good but could have been more flavorful. I sprinkled some raw sugar over the top before baking also."
"These muffins were good but I didn't think they had much banana or peanut butter flavor... I sprinkled just a few mini chocolate chips on top prior to baking. They are a nice moist muffin, and I like that they have very little sugar in the recipe."
"My husband thought this tasted just like his mothers oven version on macaroni and cheese... I thought it was good but not outstanding, though it was similar to a microwave recipe I used to have. The sauce separated some on me and most of it disappeared into the noodles. Perhaps it didn't need a full 6 hours in the crockpot. What I dislike most ..."
"This was very good, my whole family liked it a lot. I did not have any five spice powder or ginger so sadly, I had to leave those out. I did add about 1/8 tsp cayenne pepper."