We all loved the recipe (including our kids). I decreased the sugar by half. It is delicious!
I made this for a New Year's Eve party and everyone thought this dessert was delicious. I topped the tortillas with chopped pecans before pouring the syrup on them. I baked it for 35 minutes until it was crispy.
I baked the cake in two separate pans rather than one. Both of the layers stuck to the pans even though I had sprayed the pans with Pam. The filling started to stick to the saucepan even though I had turned the heat down to low and constantly stirred. I had to stop cooking it before the time was up because it developed small brown lumps. Even though my cake resembled the San Andreas Fault, it tasted delicious.
I thought the sauce was bitter. I drained the sauce and added one cup of chicken broth thickened with cornstarch. Everyone liked it and I will make it again but I will not use the artichoke liquid or the wine.
This was delicious. I only used 1/2 teaspoon of sugar.
This is delicious and so easy.
I made this for a Bunco party and it was a big hit. Everyone loved it.
We all enjoyed this. It's a keeper.