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"Great versatile recipe. I love that it's so fast and easy and it only uses a few ingredients that I usually already have in my pantry. My 18 month old daughter loved it too. I served it as a main vegetarian dish with cous cous. I also added some oregano and parsley and sprinkled it with cheese. Next time I think I will saute some sliced zucchini ..."
"this was so simple and easy and turned out fabulous. i used johnny's garlic spread & seasoning instead of the garlic salt. i served it over a vegetarian meatloaf (recipe #33921) and some yorkshire puddings. i will definitely be making this again. thanks ammi!"
"what a great recipe! i am usually rather picky when it comes to meat substitutes but this turned out fabulous. i would have used bbq sauce like the other reviewers suggested but i didn't have any on hand. instead i added some hot sauce to my tomato sauce and went a little heavy on all of the other spices (but thats normal for me anyway). i used 1 ..."
"this recipe should get bonus points for being so incredibly versatile! i really wanted to try this with black beans and corn but only ended up having pinto on hand. i sauteed my beans with a chopped onion and some spices.. (a little cilantro and some pendry's chile seasoning) before layering. because of the addition of beans i only used about 8oz ..."
"I tried this recipe because it's so simple and uses ingredients that are always on hand. I mixed it together in my Kitchen Aid because that's easier to me than stirring it in a pan. I greased my pan and still had to use a serving spoon to "cut" it because of how crumbly it was. It is moist but more of a crumbly, fluffy moist than a dense fudgey mo..."
"this is simple, delicious, and easy. mine didn't brown much at all but it's probably because i used a corning ware dish. i will try something else next time."
"i think that this may be the easiest bread you can possibly make. i brushed on some roasted garlic olive oil and sprinkled some sesame seeds on top. this is a very dense, dry bread. it is very biscuit like. but it is perfect to make along with a pot of soup. serve it fresh from the oven as it only tends to get dryer with age."
"What a delicious and easy recipe! I didn't have any fresh mozzarella on hand so I used a shredded Italian blend. It still turned out great but I know that it would be even better with the fresh. I also subbed a zucchini for the red pepper which added a lot of color. This is a great recipe Sarah, Thank you for sharing!"
"Thank You Mandy for sharing this recipe. I am not an Aussie but I did live in your beautiful country for a bit of time. When I got pregnant I started craving Brumby's Cheddarmite Scrolls. I was so happy to have found this recipe. I was a little stingy with the vegemite (i only used 1 tbs) because I know we American's tend to use way too much. I re..."
"i am usually a very adventurous eater (as long as its vegetarian anyway) but this dish was just too weird for me. something about the mix of seasoned salt (i used natures seasons) + peanut butter + garbanzo beans + mashed potatoes just does not work for me. sorry to be a party pooper everyone!"