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"I made this for a baby shower cake and cupcakes. All were a big hit. It was very moist and flavorful. Held up well to carving and the weight of the frosting and the fondant. Will use again."
"Good stuff. I used thin sliced potatoes and made gravey out of the liquid as I did not have any rice and I used fresh rosemary. Definitly a keeper. Quick and very flavorful."
"WOW! I left out the curry and peas. I used all skim milk instead of cream and whole milk to cut down on fat. I also worked a couple of eggs into the sauce right before I mixed it with the noodles. I sprinkled it with bread crumbs too. MAN ALIVE! This stuff is awsome."
"I chopped the onions and just layed them on the steaks and I used milk instead of water. I was out of mushroom soup and used condensed chicken. Not bad, but would have been better if I had mushroom. I also added halved potatoes and baby carrots. Reminded me of potroast. Carrots are a little aldente' at 45 min. If you like them softer cook it ..."
"WOW!!! Not one left. First thing devoured. Even the unbaked toppping was good as a dip for chips. Five stars is not enough. Best post I have eaten."
"Wow! This was good. Of course I didn't measure anything. It's soup. I get chipolte peppers in adobe sauce at a Mexican store. I divide it into icecube trays and freeze. I added two cubes and should have only added one. Gave it a lot of kick. I used green onions because they needed to be used. Workd well. WILL MAKE AGAIN. Thanks for post..."
"I only gave this 4 stars because I thought the filling was a little thin. I did, however, have enough of it to can another 5 quarts. I now have 10 quarts for winter and cooked a friend a pie out of the quart that did not seal. I sprinkled tapioca on the crust, put in the filling and sprinkled a little more on top. I have not heard back to see ..."