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"I'm going to withhold rating any stars until I try this again. For some reason the broth didn't absorb or evaporate, and when I flipped the chicken, all of the garlic came off in the broth. Maybe next time I'll use a larger pan (mine was prob a little smaller than recommended), and cut the broth back to 1/2 c, adding more as it disa..."
"Sorry, but we just did not like this. Like some others said the chicken was moist but the flavor was bland and the breadcrumbs that super soggy. We will not make this again."
"I used a heavy pound of beef (maybe 1.25?), 1/3 c half and half, sautéed my onion in oil, added a 2 green onions that I had on hand, and used a crushed VERY dry piece of whole wheat bread. I mixed the sauce with 3.5 T brown sugar in it 2 hrs early, then just used half of it...the other half is in the freezer for next time. Loved it!!!<br..."
"These were great! I added a touch of garlic powder too. The cooking time was perfect for me, they got nice and browned on the outside. I guess it depends on how thick you cut them... I cut them around 1/2 inch thick. Would probably be delicious dipped in maple syrup!"
This was the first time I've made cole slaw and it turned out amazing. I used 1/2 head of green cabbage, 2 carrots and kept all of the other measurements the same. I split the sugar between white and raw, just because I ran out of white. This was so delicious, I'm looking forward to experimenting with it. Thanks for postin..."
"This was rich and creamy yet so easy! We used hot Italian pork sausage and drained the fat before adding the garlic. The only other sub we made was using kale instead of spinach. We are definitely adding this to our regular line up and can't wait to try it with regular Italian sausage too. Thanks for sharing! *****Update - made it again with spina..."
"I tossed the parsnips in a boil with the oil and cayenne, then added a bit of paprika. I accidentally cooked these at 350 so they didn't get the same texture, but they were delicious. We dipped them in a little honey too. Thanks for sharing!"