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"The flavors of this dish were fabulous. Although my chicken placed on top dried out considerably. Next time I would cut them up and incorporate them into the rest of the mixture before baking. I also added the cheese to the rice mixture instead of on the top. Thank you for posting this dish."
"Oh so yummy! It is like eating a giant meatball with melted cheese inside! I used bread as a binder, no oats in the house. Also added onion and garlic powder, parsley flakes, parmesan cheese along with the cheddar. This is so much easier than making meatballs and just as flavorfull. Thank you for the idea!"
"This was really wonderful. I doubled this recipe, used 2 cans of tomato sauce instead of paste and tomatoes, also added pasta, yes I'm guilty. I left out the water and flour. The rest was according to the recipe. It had great flavors and texture with the zucchini. Thanks."
"Fantastic! Used half and half instead of cream, sharp cheddar cheese and 1/2 chopped onion. Sauteed the onion til translucent first and the spinach to dry it out some. Did not have any bacon but the flavors were remarkable. Lovely recipe. Will try it with mushrooms next time."
"This was very easy to prepare and has a wonderful flavor. I like all the ingredients. However, it wasn't cooked after 2 hours. I needed to turn temperature up to 350 and baked for another hour. The meat was very tender by then and flavors melded nicely. Next time I will start at 350 and go from there.Thank you for a lovely recipe."
"Love this recipe. I also added oregano, cayenne pepper and minced dry onion to the mix. Superb flavor, cripy potatoes on the edges, moist chicken with crunchy skin, irresistible! This couldn't be easier and made a wonderful lunch. Will keep this one in my cookbook. Thanks!"
"Easy to make and delicious to eat! I made it just as directed except for adding ground beef and onions to the sauce and love it, so does my husband. If you buy your favorite jar of sauce you can't screw this recipe up!Thank you for posting MizzNezz."
"My DH loved this dish and so did I. I added a 15 oz. can of tomato sauce and omitted the eggs. Otherwise it was made as directed and the sauce was wonderful. Thanks for sharing."
"This was so delicious. I swapped ham for the bacon. I had to cook it longer than stated, about 2o minutes more, and used fresh spinach. The flavor was wonderful. Thanks"
" The batter is so easy to make and tastes light and fluffy. It worked well with fish and onion rings. I was definitely impressed and will be using this again! "