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"Had left-over Italian sausage from Saturday Pizza Night and also used cheddar cheese. Your directions resulted in a fluffy and perfectly textured Dutch Baby. My wife used a little maple syrup on hers and it was suprisingly good. Will be a regular on our breakfast table. Thanks for posting...Had to come back and rave about this breakfast again. We'..."
"I'm a pushover for kielbasa so I knew this was going to be a keeper.
Easy and really tasty, this appitizer was spot on with all of our guests. Thanks for posting."
"I somehow forgot to review this recipe after the dozen or so times we've made it. Very popular at our football parties. It is also very flexible. We usually add a couple teaspoons of hot sauce if we are using kielbasa. We also like using hot links once in awhile (without the hot sauce). Thanks for the great appetizer, L-Burden."
"Really enjoyed these dogs. Followed recipe to the T. Also cooked some beer brats and tried the sauce on them. Wow. Thanks to you and your mom for the keeper."
"Took this dish to a lake cook-out. It was a huge hit. Followed the recipe to the letter with one exception...dusted with finely crushed cheez-its when sprinkling the cheese on top for the last 5 minutes of baking. It really crisped up the top. Comfort food at it's best. Thanks for posting."
"Loved these. Great as a side with a pasta dinner and even better as an appetizer with a cold glass of beer. Thanks for posting,Sarah."
"Thank you for posting this wonderful recipe. I rolled the breasts (Saltimboco style) instead of stuffing them. I also cut the soup in half to allow the crab flavor to come through more. Used unseasoned panko to bread. The result was really great. Thanks again for the great dinner. Will be serving to dinner guests soon."
"Without a doubt, the best egg rolls I have ever eaten. Used the meatier version, added 2 teaspoons of oyster sauce and a few chopped bean sprouts. These were wonderful. I put them on small baking sheets (covered with parchment paper) a dozen at a time and stuck them in the freezer. When the second baking sheet was full with another dozen, I pulled..."
"Doubled the wine and beans as you suggested. Because of some unplanned for delays, I ended up simmering this for 40 minutes. I tasted it at the 20 minute point and it was very good. Even better at 40 minutes...thickened a little more. Had some leftovers for lunch the next day and it got even better. Thanks for the keeper."