This was absolutely delicious. I'm not sure exactly why some people weren't overly fond of the taste. It's basically a truffle, flavor- and texture-wise, so I guess if you don't like truffles...Anyway, everyone at my office loved them. My food processor is broken and I couldn't get the crumbs fine enough for coating the mice, so I used cocoa powder mixed with sugar. This was a messy project, but not difficult and totally worth it.
This recipe was awesome and pretty low maintenance. The only change I made was to salt and pepper it a little before searing. Poured the remaining sauce over the meat and some roasted potatoes and it was brilliant.
This was fantastic, especially for being so easy. I made 2 changes. 1) I used the whole can of soup for the two of us and even added some extra water to get more jus. 2) I used Swiss cheese instead of American, because it's the more traditional selection for French Dip and a personal favorite.
I used a tsp of orange extract instead of the coffee powder and it was fabulous. As some others have mentioned, the leftovers make delicious truffles.
These were really good, though I cut way back on the baking powder because I don't like the fluffy kind of sugar cookies. I also followed the suggestions about increasing the amount of liqueur and using 2 full eggs. The Bailey's frosting I added made them awesome.
Good, though the bell pepper flavor was a little pervasive for me. Used frozen meatballs.