Very tasty. I doubled the recipe for each drink, though, as I am a lush.
I added a whole bag of frozen veggies to this and it was epic. Very filling.
I make this nearly every Sunday.
I didn't like the idea of having so much of a slice of bread left over, so I tear the crusts off and use the whole slice to make the toast cup.
Easy to make, delicious to eat and good for you too. What's not to like?
This recipe was SUPER great! And I can't believe how easy it was to prepare. I have to say that due to unforeseen problems, I had to cut the meat in half, the sour cream in half, and the cream of chicken in half. I also doubled the green chilies and the cheese.
I prepared this meal earlier in the day then covered it with foil, stuck it in the fridge, and it was ready to pop into the oven when we got home in the evening. Everyone, RAVED throughout the entire meal. There wasn't a scrap left for the scavengers! Thank you for another great addition to our family favorites.
Add toasted pinenuts
This was as easy as can be and the results were quite nice. I substituted lo mein noodles, added some fresh Thai basil, chopped tomatoes and a twist of lime. We'll definitely have this again.
This is wonderful crowd and family pleasing one dish meal. Add sliced Oranges, Sangria and fresh fruit flan for desert! Skirt Steak also works well!
Also, is there some reason this is tagged with "bowl" like 89786 times?
Ew. Not a fan of "surprise" anything in my food, let alone surprise textures. Just ew.
The family loved it and it was very easy.
This was DELICIOUS. I altered it to include an extra two cups of cooked rice and I cooked the rice WITH the tomatoes (because honey, plain white rice isn't Mexican food) and then drenched the ground beef (I used soy, btw) in enchilada sauce so it would drip down into the rice... yum!!! I also put chopped olives in with the meat, for texture. :)
My whole family enjoyed this meal. We doubled the cheese and the italian packet for more flavor. I would also add more chicken next time as we consumed this meal in one sitting. It is different and delicious!
I used 1 1/2 cups pretzels and like 3 cups hot water, and twice as many strawberries (and sliced them in half) and it seems to have worked well, proportion-wise. We'll find out in 4 hours how it tastes. :p
Doubled the recipe and made my own breadcrumbs from scratch, which was extra yummy. I also cut the tomato sauce with olive oil and used it VERY sparingly as I really hate red sauce. However, for my taste, it turned out WONDERFULLY. One thing — I have no clue how 1/8 tsp of basil is supposed to properly cover the entire top of the dish, so I just put some fresh-picked parsley and basil leaves on each plate as I served it and we ate it that way (plus it looked cool). Family all loved it, and the husband (apparently) took the leftovers to work today. Well done! Don't be afraid to play with the proportions to your liking.
I love this recipe! Especially if you like caraway seed. It's a neat new flavor that can really spice up a traditional meal. Plus red cabbage is so good for you!
If you do not have a second pan to use to weigh down the chicken, a brick covered in foil does the trick as well.
This is the best recipe ever! I cooked this for the family last night (just add more eggs for extra servings) and the kids ate every single bite. Now I feel like Super-Dad! Thank you, eggs!
Can you explain to me how this is a recipe? "Put some undisclosed amount of potatoes, onions and misspellings in a pan and figure the rest out yourself" is not a recipe, dude.
What is an amaretti cookie and is there something I can substitute for them? I don't want to buy a package of cookies just to use three and have the rest sit in my cupboard until they go bad.
It sounds great, but why the unnecessary animal products? Killed it for my vegetarian household. :(
I'm a little confused as to whether I'm supposed to mix it by hand in a bowl or use some kind of food processor. I think I'll beat the heavy cream first, then mix the rest by hand and see if it's not too watery that way.
Honestly, I don't know why you would add one kind of pepper let alone two to a sushi roll, but it's your call. I personally use avocado, cream cheese, cucumber, and yam (sometimes I tempura the yam, depending on how lazy I'm feeling) and sometimes bean sprouts, then roll it up with sesame seeds on top and wasabi paste and sweet teriyaki for dipping. But either way, it would be helpful if you explained how to make sushi rice, because it requires rice vinegar and sugar and salt to do properly. FYI, to anyone buying the ingredients for sushi — you'll need those things to make the rice properly, and sushi rice needs to be cooled completely after cooking as well, so it's best to cook it the night before or in the morning. :)
I added capers and spinach. I think that the recipe is intended for cold smoked salmon since it specifies sliced salmon. So I should also note that I used a hot smoked salmon (coho) which I flaked into the dish. I was delicious.
Where is the recipe?