pretty oniony in flavor. so much so that I took the what remained and added a soup can full of milk. Also, I chopped up some water chestnuts and let the dish bake again for another 30 minutes. not sure if i would make again
This was very tasty, but the next time I make it, i think I'll cut down on the sugar. it was a little on the sweet side. Also, I accidentally used an extra piece of bacon, but how can extra bacon be a bad thing =-) .
You know, this came out really well for bean quesadillas, but the next time I wanted to make these, I forgot the tortillas, green pepper, and cheese. I panicked for a minute and then remembered I had Fritos scoop chips. I decided to turn the bean quesadilla filling into a dip base. I used a 4 oz can of chopped chili peppers stirred while heating the vegetables. I also added a 1/4 cup of lime juice and sprinkled in about a tablespoon of dried cilantro for an extra kick. YUM YUM YUM!
Pretty good base recipe. I did add about a 1/2 cup of salsa to spice things up a bit. Also, instead of stirring in the cheese, I decided to throw the mixture into a baking dish and top off with monterey jack cheese. I baked until the cheese was golden brown.
not sure what went wrong exactly. I followed the directions to a tee, but ended up with a burnt salty mess. I should have checked this a good five minutes before the end of the given cooking time, just to keep an eye on it. That still doesn't explain the overly salty flavor though. I am still interested in trying to make this work however. I think a couple of alternations next time might turn this into a tasty dish. As is, not so much.
These are so addicting! I can't wait to try variations of this....dipped in chocolate, add some almonds....lots of possibilities
I don't know that I would call this a "soup", but it did make for a tasty dish. It was rather thick as a finished product, but I think mu hubby preferred it that way. Because I was out of soy sauce, I substituted with worcestershire sauce. Will definitely make again and again.
Not that this yummy dish needs another positive review, but I do have to say, this is one of the tastiest pasta dishes I have made. After eating this as a side dish, I like to mix the leftovers with tuna and bring to lunch at work the next day.
This is a little taste of HEAVEN! I served this with the "Fluffy Pancakes" recipe from this site and I thought I was eating a meal at a restaurant. I love this syrup with the original recipe, but I've tweaked it a couple of times as well. I've added 1/4 tsp all spice and 3/4 tsp cinnamon for the spice portion. I've also added brown sugar instead of white sugar and have had lovely results. I can't buy regular pancake syrup anymore after trying this!
What a favorful recipe. I wanted to try this out on the hubby before bringing to a food day at work. Seeing how quickly he gobbled it down, I had to try myself before he licked the bowl clean. So savory, so delish. I did make a slight alteration and added a 1/4 tsp of seasoned salt. Also, I did not roll this into a ball. I just used a spread. I can't wait to share this with the girls at work.
This was just OK for me. It seemed too watered down in taste. I prefer the Cinnamon Cream Syrup on this site. Much more flavor.
This is a good "comfort food" dish. I've made it as is and while good as originally written, I thought it could use a little help in the flavor deparment. The 2nd time around, instead of Ritz crackers, I used Chicken flavored Stove Top stuffing for the topping. I also added a large can of mushrooms. This dish is very tasty for next day leftovers.