"I was amazed at how good this was. The gnocchi texture takes some getting used to but you just can't stop eating it. There did seem to be alot of dill when I was adding it, but it tasted great. The sauce was really great with broccoli. I used cream of mushroom soup and added a small amount of chicken bouillion for added chicken flavor."
"Great flavor with the Italian dressing. I had these with burgers and it was an awesome meal. Who needs those greasy French fries when you can have these? I did have to bake them a little longer, like 10 more minutes. But I like them crispy."
"I wasn't very excited when my wife made this but I absolutely LOVED IT! I had to review it so everyone knew how good it was. There was something so good about that sauce. We even used INSTANT mashed potatoes."
"Great recipe that we had ready to bake on Christmas morning. Watch the bagels so they don't get too dark. I think I will cover for the first 30 minutes because mine did get a little dark, but it still tasted delicious."
"Great fall recipe! I used Haralson apples and everyone loved it. I liked that the apples created a thick sauce that was perfect with the ice cream. There was one piece leftover and it was ever good the next day."
"I was SO pleasantly surprised by these. Even though they are heavy they may be my favorite pancakes yet. Something about those tiny bits of apple in them that make them so good. I will make these again!"
"I was so surprised how much I liked this. I had real noodles too as I didn't think it would be worth it but I would definitely do this again and not even make real noodles. The noodles are a little crunchier than the pasta and I liked that."
"The gravy was SO SO good! I thinked it with a roux of 2 Tablespoons butter and 2 Tablespoons flour, and then added tot he gravy in the pan while the roast was resting. Meat was a little dry but still delicious when covered with the gravy. I bet if I used a smaller pan next time, it would be perfect."
"Delicious! Just like the fair. Be sure to roll them pretty thin because they do puff up quite a bit. And we did have 2 leftover and topped them with cinnamon sugar - just like an elephant ear at the fair!"
"Delicious and super easy. Kids weren't huge fans, but I think it was just the thought of the tuna. The french fried onions were the best part so be sure not to skimp on these, I would double the amount next time."
"I coated the roast in flour and then browned in butter in a hot pan. Then I put the roast in the slow cooker and added the soup, consomme instead of water and onion soup mix to hot pan to scrape up all those delicious bits of flavor. Poured this over the top of the roast and set-it-and-forgot-it. It was DELICIOUS!"
"I liked the chili powder on these. I usually season with a little cinnamon but I preferred them this way. Perfect next to a cheeseburger! I did have to bake them longer to get them crispy, but I think I overloaded the pan!"
"This was an appetizer that was SO easy to make. Brought it to my neighbors as an appetizer. I would divide it in 2 or half it because even though it is very good it is so creamy you can't eat alot of it."
"Nothing is better than getting that sweet tast of summer sweet corn in the winter. I made this last night. I skipped the sugar since the corn I used is super sweet. I can't wait for the winter...hopefully the corn makes it til then :)"
"Good casserole. I used cream of mushroom soup just because I didn't have cream of chicken. I liked the vegetables in this casserole. Since my topping was getting a little brown, I took it out 10 minutes early. The veggies were still a little crisp tender so I would cover it for the first 30 minutes, then uncover for the next 15."
"Grilled some chicken up and wanted to try some homemade barbecue sauce. This one was perfect. It was thin but had so much flavor! I put it on the chicken the last 5 minutes of cooking and then served it on the side, too. Kids loved it!"
"Ooh, we loved these potatoes! Not rosemary fans so I used Steak seasoning which has salt, pepper, garlic and other goodness in it and everyone loved it. Served it with ketchup and sour cream w/chives."
"Not sure if the 5 minutes they were around was worth the 45 minutes of effort! The bacon ones were a bigger hit than the seafood ones but they were all gone in 5 minutes, so I guess they were a hit. I used a strawberry huller to clean out the tomatoes - it was perfect."
"Loved the flavor the red pepper added! I only got 9 out of them but didn't use as much hashbrowns as the recipe called for. These were a little difficult to get out of the pan as some of the hashbrowns stuck to the bottom, but were very tasty anyway. Next time I might add some ham."
"Spicier than the store-bought kind I like so much but very good. I will halve the cayenne next time but definitely will make again. Tahini is hard to find but ask around because that little bit makes a big difference."
"I made these last night. Put 2 slices of lemon (instead of the lemon juice) under the salmon and used a sprig of fresh dill (instead of the dried dill). Very tasty. These were great over a bed of wild rice."
"This was perfect last night when I got home late and hadn't planned anything for supper. I had everything for these and served them with a bowl of soup. Precooked bacon was perfect. The pepperoncinis add just the right bite of heat."
"These had good flavor. They were a little too sweet for my taste but I did like the pineapple in it. Maybe next time I will only put half of the pineapple in it. My kids fought over the marshmallows on top."
"I had to do something with the prime rib bones from Christmas so I made this soup. I cooked the bones for 2 hours and then removed the bones and fat. I put this in the fridge overnight so I could easily remove the fat from the top. This soup was perfect! Oh, and I added a couple of bay leaves with the vegetables."
"Fun take on the old fashioned pumpkin pie. Still need the Cool Whip! My kids liked helping cut out the dough circles. I sprinkled the remaining dough pieces with butter and cinnamon sugar then baked them for a tasty treat."
"Loved these and how easy they were. Served them with store bought sweet and sour. I thought the regular muffin pan would be too big, but they were the perfect size. Be careful not to cook too long as the creamy mixture can get browned and you don't want that."
"I had all three ingredients on hand to make for unexpected guests. I think I will keep some browned sausage in the freezer at the cabin to make it even easier to make. I liked it better with the cream cheese than the normal processed cheese."
"Ooh, these were so good! I modified slightly. Here's what I did. After seasoning the wings, I grilled them until done. As I grilled them I heated the sauce up over low heat. Once the wings were done, I tossed them in the warm sauce. Heat from the sauce yet sweet from the sugar and honey!"
"I made these last night and it tasted just like a gyro at the fair! Served it with the tzatziki sauce, which cut the acidity of the lemon marinade perfectly with grilled pita bread and fresh garden tomatoes. Definitely will be making these again!"
"We butterflied these. It took about double the time expected but they were really good. I left the garlic whole in the butter as it melted so there wouldn't be chunks in it. And I cooked it a little longer wo it would get the nutty flavor of browned butter."
"Ooh, delicious! I actually did some boneless, skinless chicken thighs as I prefer these over the breasts and they were moist and tender. I didn't eat the bacon, but it added a ton of flavor. I followed PorkChop's and used chicken broth, too."
"So simple, yet so good. Great to make in the morning, go on with your day and throw it in the oven for supper. My kids loved it to. Leftover rice and chicken is perfect for this recipe. Definitely will make again."
"These are very tasty. I grilled them in the afternoon then put them in the slow cooker on warm for a party in the evening. They had a great grill flavor, but were so tender they were falling of fthe bone. The wings had just enough heat to know it was there but not too much so they burned your mouth."
"Finally, a slow cooked beef roast that is full of flavor! The green pepper and the black pepper really come through in this recipe. Perfect the way it is! I served with mashed potatoes but I think I will try rice next time for a change of pace."
"This is good for a quick meal. Next time I might add some seasonings to the crust to give it a little extra. And I will use Cheddar cheese instead of American as I'm not a fan since it gets a little sticky."
"Great flavor. The amount of seasoning you use is a little scary, but the honey must mellow it out. We made both chicken breasts and thighs - the thighs were the favorite since they were much juicier."
"Delicious! I broiled it for 15 minutes, reduced heat as directed and baked for 30 minutes exactly and it was done to a perfect medium rare. The crusty peppery coating was great with the sauce. I did decide to use beef broth instead of the marsala wine just because I am not familiar with this wine and didn't want to chance it on this expensive cut of meat. The broth tasted delicious and not sure it could get much better."
"These were good. Definitely salt them either during baking or right after while they are still hot. Considering the time and effort, I think I would prefer them with the peels on and skip the par boiling."
"I'm a huge fan of glazed carrots, but these might be even better! Loved them! I steamed the pea pods just until tender, drained the water from the hot pot, and then put the glaze with the pea pods in the pan until warmed through."
"The pepper adds just the right spice to the meat and the sauce on top is a bit sweet from the brown sugar and spicy from the brown mustard. Yum! I might cut back on the brown sugar a little, maybe to 1/4 cup next time."
"I expected them to be a little sweeter and with more flavor. I would double the sugar and cinnamon next time. The syrup was good. I used Braeburn apples. Maybe a Granny Smith would have been a better choice."
"This is delicious. I did make a few changes since I prefer my meatloaf shaped in a loaf on a baking sheet so I put the sauce on top. Be sure to use a rimmed baking sheet so it doesn't make a mess of your oven. And I use onion soup mix instead of onion to hide them from some family members that don't like the texture of onions."
"I used goat cheese instead of fresh mozzarella just because they didn't have it at the store. It was still delicious. Next time I might use cucumber in place of the avocado because I am more of a fan of cucumber. Just imagine the flavor with fresh garden cucumbers and tomatoes!"
"This was very good! I used 2 lbs of chicken. I put half the marinade over the chicken and the other half over vegetables of red onion, green and red peppers, and mushrooms. We had leftovers, so I took a pizza crust, spread some BBQ sauce on it, cut up the chicken and veggies, and topped with some cheese. Grilled it until the cheese was melted."