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"wow very very good! I made just a few changes for what I had on hand. not much different from the original.
No crushed red pepper: Used 1 Tbsp srircha instead, no green chilies: used 1 can mild rotel and 1 can of petite diced tomatoes instead of the 3 cans recipe called for. we topped ours with a mix of cheddar and Monterey jack cheese. ..."
"made this for a summer pool party and it was a HIT. I did do things a little different. I got a seedless watermelon and put all the insides through a juicer. put the juice in the refrigerator until the next day to get it cold. also I sliced about 3 lemons fairly thick and cubed up some other watermelon and froze them on a cookie sheet lined with w..."
"This was just ok. I used panko bread crumbs and I did not measure anything but eyeballed it. I like the patties themselves but did not care for the sauce. I thought it was way to sweet, which i think was from the ketchup, I hate ketchup meatloaves and fear that is why this tasted so strange for me. Thanks for posting"
"i omit the fennel, just personal preference since fennel is such a strong spice and it reminds me of sausage. plus I hate biting downon whole seed.
we tried this (from another source) and prepared just as directed except that we used fresh made marinara instead of pizza sauce (that is what we had on hand) and we ate over noodles.<br..."
"tis was pretty good. it may have been how my hubby made teh marinade is why it turned out a little to salty. we also used ACCENT for the msg. I found that 2 coatings were a bit much for my taste and 1 coating worked just fine. There was not enough HEAT in it for me so we added some cayene to the flour and some frank's hot sauce to the milk/egg mix..."
"THis is a great recipe! I didn't try it from here but rather from the foodtv site. I love Paula. We had this treat and looking forward to having it again, thanks for posting so others can enjoy grits like all us southerns have for decades. and I totally agree with letting this cook low and slow fr a long time so that the meat falls apart and just ..."
"i made a few changes. Reduced butter to 1/2 a stick, watching fat and cholesterol. reduced flour to 1/2 c and used 4 cups milk (2%). used 1 cup of beef broth. And we used 1lb of thinly sliced chuck steak that I seasoned with salt and pepper, diced up and cooked in iron skillet with a little olive oil really quick which cooking all of it at the sam..."
"think this recipe must have been from 60's/70's. We ate this all the time as children. My mother still eats eat- but I don't. She always served it on a big leaf of green lettuce, topped it with miracle whip instead of mayo. it was on our dinner table at least once a week as children"