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"It sounded great, but when I got the refrigerated dough, I discovered it was 31 grams of carbs alone! This really isn't the best diabtetic pizza recipe."
"The recipe is missing a lot of steps. How long does it cook? Should it simmer or boil?
Every other reviewer is familiar with the recipe, so they're not missing the info like a non-Norwegian like me..."
"Excellent recipe! It calls for waaaay too much egg, flour and pancake mix, though. We ended up throwing half of the dry mix away. I would recommend cutting it down to 2 eggs, 1 cup flour and 1/2 cup pancake mix."
"I was looking for a simple dish for a womens' dinner at my church. I came across this one and tried it out. I've been "testing" it every few days since then, it's so good. Easy, inexpensive and a really nice flavor. It would be hard to mess this recipe up. I did try it with Gruyere, but that's too expensive for 200 servings, shredded muenster wor..."
"Hearty casserole but a little bland. I highly recommend mixing the rice and cheeses together before spooning over the beef. Some of the rice along the edges that were missed by the cheeses never cooked."
"I made a half batch to test for Thanksgiving dinner. Unfortunately, after following the directions exactly, it took over 20 minutes baking and 5 minutes under the broiler before they became golden brown. They were also extremely dry and crumbly. I would recommend adding an egg to help bind the ingredients."
"I made 2 gallons of this recipe for our church picnic for 200. Afterward I had a hard time giving away the leftover hamburgers and hot dogs, but there was no chicken left. Everyone begged me for the leftover sauce and the recipe.I highly recommend adding the onion and garlic mentioned in Kittencal's intro, it makes it that much better."
"Way too much butter! I baked a half recipe and for over 45 minutes and they would not brown or harden. I ended up with some nice material for a crumbly pie crust.Try reducing the butter to 3/4 pounds, that should work."