I made it for a family party and everyone loved it! The only change I'll make next time to it is to only do 1 tsp. of cayenne rather than 1 1/2 tsp. It was a bit spicy for me. But very yummy!
My husband LOVED this recipe. He kept telling me I can make it any time. The only things I did different were that I used frozen broccoli/cauliflower mix rather than just cauliflower. I also didn't have swiss cheese so I just used 1 1/2 cups colby jack, and it worked great. I also microwaved the potatoes first so they were done before I put them in the casserole. It still took an hour to heat it all through. Fabulous recipe!
My mom always made these when I was little, and now I make them for my girls. We usually use toasted O type cereal instead of crispy rice, and I also pour it out onto wax paper, and we just break off little clumps at a time to eat it. Very good recipe!
I like my banana bread a little more flavorful, so I added a bit of cinnamon and nutmeg to it. Turned out great!
Delicious! I've tried many Potato Cheese Soup recipes, and this one was one of the best.
Wonderful recipe!I used milk chocolate chips, since that's what I had on hand. They turned out a little rich and sweet for my taste, so I'd stick to using semi-sweet chocolate chips. My family is devouring them though. I also added a half teaspoon of salt, and I didn't add any nuts, I don't care for nuts, and they worked out great. This recipe is a keeper.
WAY too bitter! I don't know if it was the 4 tsp. of baking powder, or the tablespoon of orange peel. I think 1 TBSP is too much orange peel. I didn't get any of the white bitter pith, just the zest, but it was way too bitter. Maybe more sugar was needed in this recipe. Or maybe less baking powder.
Yum, so moist!
My family loved this. I used a jar of garden vegetable spaghetti sauce and no pizza sauce or sloppy jo seasoning. I added chopped olives to the sauce, and some mild peppers on top of the sauce. I only had cheddar cheese, and it turned out great. The only thing is that the top crust gets dark too fast, and the bottom crust seemed a bit undercooked.
Delicious!! I made a few changes, I didn't have any sausage so I used a 12 oz chunk of salt pork instead, cut into small pieces. I used a quart of chicken stock, and about 5 cups of water for the liquids. Everything else I did the same. My hubby and I ate the leftovers the next couple days for lunch, this makes a big pot of soup. I served it with some cornbread muffins, which were the perfect touch.