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"I had no green onions, so I used a bit of onion powder. I also doubled the recipe and added a half teaspoon of cayenne powder. Otherwise made exactly as described and served without sauce on hamburger buns. As others mentioned, the mixture was really loose, but as I pan fried them it worked nicely. They tasted of teriyaki and were very good."
"The rolls were delicious. The icing tasted like thick, sweet margarine. I would do this again but I'd use softened real butter in the icing and reduce the amount of it, increasing the cream cheese to compensate. I also might take the suggestion of others and add a second rising."
"After following the directions precisely, these were delicious and my husband won't stop raving about them! The only change I would make is to follow reviewer Greg's suggestions of partially cooking, then draining the fat before adding the sauce. Be very careful not to overcook; the first time I made them I overcooked the sauce and it was inedib..."
"This was quite good. It wasn't like most carrot cakes I've had before, but it tasted good and got even better after sitting for a day. I loved the icing but my husband said that was where he thought it was lacking. Next time, I'll sub a cup of brown sugar instead of 1 3/4 cup white sugar, and skip the coconut, and maybe add raisins. I thought th..."
"I didn't have all the ingredients on hand, so had to make some modifications. I used regular (not spicy) bbq sauce plus a healthy squirt of sriracha to add heat. I used a mixture of A1, Pace Picante sauce and a squirt of ketchup instead of Heinz steak sauce. I accidentally added more like a tablespoon of lemon juice, but you couldn't tell :) I t..."
"Like one of the other reviewers, I used two 3oz packages of pudding. This made it very thick, almost slicable, and very sweet. It was outstanding and my picky husband said, "This is what banana pudding SHOULD be!" I have no doubt it would be equally good with only one package of pudding; I was worried that it would be too thin as the pudding call..."
"I didn't marinate, and cooked for a shorter time at 325 degrees. I also made a mistake and added chili powder (grabbed the wrong bottle when looking for paprika!). I thoroughly enjoyed the seasoning."
"I never let it cool - and used it hot and fresh. I liked it a lot... and my husband raved over it! That's saying something, as he is almost never impressed."
"The chicken was juicy and crispy, but not flavorful. I will make it again, but I will thoroughly season the breading. With the right seasoning in the breading this may become a five-star recipe; as is, we found it to be perfectly cooked, perfectly crispy, but bland and boring."
"This is almost identical to the recipe I've made since I was a child. I do a single serving - put an egg and the sugar in a glass, beat it well with a fork, add the rest of the ingredients gradually beating well with the fork all the way, and serve! Delicious and fast!"