These bundles were pretty good. I added dill to the chicken mixture for some added flavor. Shredded chicken gives a better texture than cubed.
Yummy! I gave this recipe 4 stars only because I changed it up a bit. I used a graham cracker crust, mixed 8 oz cream cheese with 8 oz cool whip, and followed the berry sauce exactly. Delicious and a fantastic summer dessert. Note: with the changes it filled a deep dish pie plate to the brim!
Nothing really wow-ed me about this recipe, but it was a good last-minute dinner solution and a great way to use odds and ends from my fridge. The nutmeg is necessary - don't skiip!
I used air-popped corn and tossed it in melted butter before adding the seasoning mix (omitted oil). Next time would leave out the pepper and maybe the salt - they overpower the other spices.
This recipe was a great jumping off point for a quick dinner. I sauteed garlic and onion and then added frozen spinach and a jar of alfredo sauce until heated through. I stirred in fresh chopped tomatoes just before adding the totellini. Nice fresh flavors and super easy with the pantry items I had on hand.
Delicious! Followed the recipe as is - we really liked the gravy - a lot of flavor compared to other recipes I've tried. This also works well with minute steaks for country fried chicken!
Delicious! The first time I added a cooked bacon strip and crumbled bleu cheese to each bundle - the cheese is a must! The second time we did away with the bacon and it's still a winner! What an easy way to impress! I brushed each bundle with melted butter as well before baking.