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"Easy and tasty. My only "complaint" is that it took closer to 90 minutes to cook. Used cheddar and Parmesan cheeses, with a light sprinkle of blue cheese crumbles in the first layer to give them a kick. Went over EXTREMELY well."
"These were AWESOME! I made the entire batch and, rather than make soup, deep fried a dozen. Then I spread the rest on a cookie sheet and froze them until firm and packed them in batches of a dozen in bags. They're great to whip out and deep fry for a quick and easy nosh, rather than in a soup. No thawing required. Thanks!"
"The DH couldn't stop raving about this, so even if I didn't like it (which I did), I'd still have given it 5 stars! All supper he kept saying, "Boy, this is better than just plain ol' broccoli with butter and S&P!!!!" I used butter instead of olive oil, but other than that made as directed. Thanks for a GREAT side!"
"I'm sorry, but this was a disaster. Two and a half hours later, the rice was tolerable. Admittedly, I have an electric stove, but STILL. And there was NO flavor. By the time I got done adding basil, salt, pepper, more garlic powder, we ate it. But we won't be doing this again. Thanks for posting, but ..."
"This was good - I squeezed the other half lemon over the chicken before I baked it. Would it go into my standard rotation? No. But it's a nice stand-by for when I can't figure out to do with stuff in the 'fridge. Thanks for posting!"
"This is beyond delicious! I used Folger's Crystals instead of the expresso powder, and added some mini chocolate chips at the end of the churn cycle. I love the flavor of coffee but can't STAND hot beverages - they just make me thirstier, so this is, to me, just perfect! Thanks for posting!"
"This was fabulous! I did wind up halving the recipe since it's just the two of us, but it worked out great! Since it wasn't specified, I used cider vinegar. I wasn't sure what "pineapple tidbits" were - if that was crushed, the small pieces or chunks, so I used crushed, which worked out perfectly for us. I also added about 1/4 teaspoon of Samb..."
"This was INCREDIBLE! I perhaps overbeat my egg whites; they were half way to meringue, but it still worked out great! So nice to find something that's by default gluten free. And easy. And not a big mess ('cause I don't have a dishwasher)! I made Sweet and Sour Sauce #9389 to dip them in and wow. Just WOW! Thank you so much for this!"
"I had some leftover Kettle brand Honey Dijon potato chips that nobody cared for and thought they'd serve well here. Boy, was I right! By themselves the chips were waaaaaaay too strong, but here they balanced out and so we didn't need any dipping sauce - the "honey mustard" was already baked in! I also used boneless thigh chunks because we prefe..."