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"This is super! It came together very fast and is a neat twist on the traditional chicken pot pie. We added the chicken mix into toasted bread bowls, sprinkled on a little cheese and baked to melt it all to perfection. Perfect!"
"Superb! Indeed our new favorite chicken pasta salad. The BF ate 4 bowls and it was hilarious to watch!! After having been indoctrinated into the 'grapes in salads are NOT weird' club we're all about that sweet snap now. I did make my own slaw dressing, but otherwise prepared just as written. Cannot wait to make again."
"This came together beautifully! We really enjoyed it. I was hesitant with it but it sounded so good I had to try it. Sure glad I did! Will surely make this awesome dish again."
"These are neat and a treat! Even more buttery in taste than regular fries to me! I was so skeptical - mostly because I tasted the yucca raw first, eww, forgo that step they taste nothing like that cooked. Also while boiling there's an interesting fresh fragrance they let off. After they dried I popped them in the hot oil and they cooked up crisp t..."
"Very simple, very fast and super tasty! There is a lot of flavor on this chicken! Subbed lemon juice for lemons and a blackening spice for the paprika. Added a little chili paste to the sauce at the end for some extra heat. Really enjoyed this alongside steamed broccoli and a low fat/skim scalloped potato dish. Very nice, thank you for posting."
"I made this last night with 1 tweak for my diet, instead of flour I substituted wheat germ and a spicy Cajun blackening for the coating. PERFECT! It had an additional nutty depth, a little heat and was even more low fat. We really enjoyed the lemon caper sauce. Everything went great paired with steamed broccoli. Even the Fiance was unaware he was ..."
"So glad to have found this recipe again! My mom used to make this for me when I was a young scamp. Of course, I'd forgotten the proper ingredients and the sitting time for the water and bread. Never again now it's safely housed at Zaar!"
"Great rice! I tweaked it some after making it the 1st time. On the 2nd attempt I used only 1/4 c chicken stock and the entire can of coconut milk (i wanted more coconut flavor). Also, after I put the rice in the oven to bake I toasted 1/2 c of shredded coconut in a pan until it was just browned. When I stirred the rice in the oven at about 15min I..."