I am on a increased fiber diet, and make this with the Barilla macaroni "plus" for added fiber, it is very tasty. I like that you can make it fast, and that it's easy. I think it's a lot better than regular American Chop Suey!
followed this recipe step by step until the pimento part, left those out. I didn't seem to mind it. It is low in calories, and a good way to get your vegetables in. The ideas of adding garlic and bread crumbs sounded good, but I figured I had to follow the recipe as described to have the actual nutritional values that are given. I over all enjoyed it, and will have it again. I did use a thinner cut of chicken breast also, about a 4oz piece.
Made this exactly as in recipe, but I used one can of Starkist Crabmeat along with the 1/2 lb of imitation crabmeat. I am serving this dip at a Super Bowl Party, and will put mini pumpernickle bread slices and tortilla chips for dipping. I think the shredded cheddar cheese should be cut in half, because I taste more cheese than crabmeat, and I did add extra hot sauce. Overall, a delicious, easy dip, that I think is fantasticly easy to whip up. I am certain all the people at the party will be enjoying this one.
Okay I totally changed this recipe, but it turned out excellent. I am going to republish my "new" version. I used Bisquick instead of Corn Bread mix, I added hot pepper sauce to the batter. I used a shredded Taco cheese mixture of Cheddar, pepperjack, and Asadero Cheeses in the store bought package. And served it with warm pizza sauce for dipping. It was fantastic. Glad I tried it that way and hope you all do the same!!
I used the real bacon bits that come in the jar instead of cooking up bacon, and this dip was excellent!!!!
Yummy, made it last night, brought it into work today. All my co-workers loved it. I followed recipes to the tee, w/ the exception of I left out the cloves. (which I didn't have on hand) I don't think it made any difference. Very moist and festive!
I do have to say the prep time of only 20 minutes is exagerated, it took me more like 40 minutes to cut, dice, and peel all my veggies for this pot pie. But once they were done, and cooked. The rest of the pie came together quickly. SO I will pre-cut the veggies the night before to save time. Once this pot pie was done, and I did follow the recipe to a tee, it was EXCELLENT!! Very good filling and nice and thick. But not too thick. I will definately make again!
I thought that this was very good. I did follow the recipe for the most part. We had it as a side dish to pork last night, and the leftovers came to work with me today for my breakfast. I added paprika to the top. I also added an extra egg for a total of 4, and I think maybe next time I'll do 5 eggs. I didn't even taste the nutmeg. Next time I'm thinking a different type of cheese and mixture, such as swiss and maybe a little bit of garlic.
This was good. I cut the mayo like everyone else said to do. It was rich though, and it did need some broccoli in it. It would have added a bit more substance to it. I wouldn't make it a lot because it is very fattening. But it was good to throw together quick and most of the ingredients are the types we all keep on hand.
I made this one, and I followed it except I added shredded cheddar cheese and didn't have taco seasonings so I used Chili powder, and that was fine. I liked it, and I would make it again. Very easy.
Of course I love this drink, I submitted it. Yes it's strong, but most martini's are supposed to be. That is why they cost so much. Also, Starbucks makes an excellent Coffee Liquer, that could replace the Kalhua... still either way, Cheers!!!!!
I didn't do anything differently than the recipes asked me to do. I wish there was some sort of sauce I could have put on them. (like the photo shows) But the question is what kind? Tarter sauce, cajun mayo? not quite sure. I over browned my first batch, all my fault completely, and the can of salmon had bones in it, so be careful, to pull them out. I will make this again. And it's light and quick.