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"Delicious! I didn't read any reviews but doubled the sauce anyhow. I fried five minutes per side, baked uncovered for however long it took to prepare everything else for dinner. When it was done I had time to kill so I tossed the sauce back in the frying pan, brought to a boil, and thickened it with corn starch/water. I went too thick so ..."
"Delicious! I added a bit extra beef boullion and 2c water and it still could have used a bit more liquid but I left it as is and it was delicious. I served it with tea biscuits and even my picky daughter cleared her bowl. I cooked it in a large stock pot and it was almost to the rim. I also cooked the pasta separately and added it at the end so..."
"These were really good! I made them subbing Corn Flake Crumbs for the breadcrumbs because I was out. I normally buy the frozen sirloin burgers at Costco and these were a nice change, very moist. I used the sauce (halved) in place of my usual condiments and will use the leftover sauce on top of a meatloaf later this week."
"These were good! I cut out heart shapes for the kids for Valentine's Day. I also cut out some maple leafs, in honour of the Olympics, and spread raspberry jam over them while they were still a bit warm so it ran down the sides better. A great ode to Canada for the kids!"
"While the result tasted good, it is NOT fudge. This is simply melted chocolate reformed into a pan with "stuff" in it. I used mini marshmallows, RK cereal, peanuts, and raisins. It tasted like the crispy/fruit and nut bunny you can buy at Easter. Yummy, but not fudge in any way, shape, or form."