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"Very good, rich, and chocolaty. I agree with some of the other readers and reduced the water to 1 cup and still had a little too much sauce. Next time I'll try reducing it even more to, say 3/4 cup. I will definitely make again."
"Great! I also used plain Sherry in addition to Marsala wine. I deglazed the pan before adding the browned chicken and then let the liquid cook down for approx. 15 minutes for a more intense flavor. I also added fresh garlic and some onions.DH loved it and I will definitely make again. Thanks for posting, Kathie!"
"Great, I only substituted Apple Cider vinegar with the white and added about a teaspoon of sugar to it. Cooked it all in the pressure cooker and it was done and ready in 15 minutes. Served over boiled potatoes."
"Fantastic! Omitted the butter, saw no need for the extra fat. Used only two teaspoons of minced onions but added another two teaspoons of minced green onions. Left in my mini crockpot until ready to serve. Will definitely make again."
"Made this for a super bowl get together. Absolutely fantastic. The possibilities for add-ins are endless. This time I substituted the toffee bits with walnuts and added two layers of cherry pie filling. This was the easiest "Black Forest Cake" I've ever made. I also, generously, drizzeled some Amaretto over each Brownie layer. Delicious, everyone ..."
"Fantastic!!!! Made it a second time today, but used one 13oz. jar of Nutella (Chocolate / Hazelnut spread)instead of the peanut butter. Divine, better than fudge!"
"Delicious!!! Did just as directed but omitted the olives (personal preference). Also used fresh mushrooms. Will definitely make again."
"Great recipe!! For those who don't like casseroles, you can easily omit the soup and milk mixture. Just fry your coated and seasoned chicken pieces thoroughly in vegetable or other oil, place in baking dish, put strips of ham and swiss cheese on top and bake for approx. 10 minutes or until heated through and cheese is melted. Delicious!!"
"Fantastic basic recipe. Made some modifications but only because of personal preferences. Substituted brown sugar for white, reduced lemon juice, and used only 1/4 cup water. Omitted nutmeg and used more cinnamon, allspice, and cloves. Thickened with small amount of corn starch when apples were slightly soft. For crumbs I used 1 1/2 times stated a..."