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"Excellent! This makes Tilapia edible and then some. I backed off a bit on the butter, parm and mayo and it was still very good. Our small fillets needed to bake for 16 to 17 minutes, then 3 minutes after adding the cheese mixture and under the broiler for a minute or two for a quick browning."
"This tasted great. It was easy. We had to do quite a few substitutions which shows the flexibility of this recipe. We substituted coffee liquer for tia maria and onions for red peppers, and we added sun dried tomatos. The glaze from the liquer was very flavorful. Thanks for posting this recipe!"
"Great flavor! I like chunky potatos which made my cooking time was longer, so I waited awhile longer to add the chicken for the last phase. Mmm mmm good!"
"Excellent! We think this would also be very good without the meatballs (with just the italian sausage).
We're planning on canning a big batch of the sauce without adding the italian sausage because the sauce tastes so wonderful! We'll use it as our italian red sauce.
Note: we used the drainage from the crushed tomatoes as part of our water..."
"I could not eat my portion. My son ate his but he asked me not to make it again. My daughter said she liked it but she didn't want any of the leftovers. My wife tried it and didn't like it. She mentioned that she doesn't think tomatoe sauce generally goes well with potatoes."