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"Super easy and very good. We make this regularly. We don't use the garnish, but I would add it to make it special. Thinking of making with chicken broth and adding some cooked chicken next time."
"Easy to make in a busy kitchen! Great with coffee the next day after chilling in the refrigerator (cleaner to eat). Took it 8 x 8 to an Octoberfest and it all went - even though I was worried about the gooey mess in the pan. LOVE that it makes TWO! Co-workers smile :)"
"This is a regular in our family. We keep ingredients on hand in the freezer/cupboard for unexpected guest dinners. Our family does prefer jarred roasted red peppers and we use a frozen pepper and onion mix. Goes well to potluck in a crockpot."
"Add our family to the fans of this dish! Made it at the suggested temperature in a cast iron saute' pan. Served with gingered carrots and buttered shells. I cooked the resulting juices down until they were a glaze. Tomorrow, we will make a lovely Asian Chicken salad with the leftovers."
"Very good. Was enjoyed by adults and children, all thumbs up. Served with our favorite Roasted Tomato Soup (Recipe #131639), so we did bake the sticks instead of frying to save energy and cut calories."
"WINNER! Ding, Ding Ding! We used a variety of tomatoes since we had a frost warning last night and needed to clean out the garden. For this recipe I used whole springs of oregano and basil they toast up nice and the leaves are much easier to remove AFTER you cook them. This will make a great base for anything I need to use cooked tomatoes for. ..."
"We make this all the time, love it for a quick dinner. I made these for my sister's baby shower which was completely vegetarian. It was a big hit."
"This was lovely, I will make this again, but I will definately double it to save time. I added diced red pepper to the vegetables, and used a frozen salmon fillet, probably 6 oz baked in the oven for 30 mins (from frozen) in a little water (that's what I used instead of the can juices). I love that it is only 370 calories per serving."
"Thanks for posting these, since I made these at a cookie party and someone STOLE my recipe I always have to search for this one. I always keep a bag of sugar cookie mix on hand to make these!"