This is a perfect wedding cake recipe. A little denser than a traditional recipe, but it allows for a nice cut with little crumbling.
This was great in my pasta salad, though the oregano was a leeetle overwhelming. If I could give a four and a half star rating, I would. Just touch less oregano, and this is perfect!!
Soooo good. I will be making this again and again. I also used the Taco Seasoning recipe instead of a packaged mix, and this was excellent. It disappeared on the 4th of July!
Really good recipe. Delicious and simple. My husband recommended I make these three times a week! A little bit dense, but I will be using this from now on. It was wonderful toasted with jam.
I really liked this. It resembles a Sloppy Joe, and tastes like it, too. I loved the bell peppers; next time I'll chop them a little bigger so the flavor and texture are more pronounced.
Added a little cayenne for my family's personal spice preferences. This is terrific.
I love love LOVE the flavor, but the consistency is just a bit off for me. I'll try crushed tomatoes next time.
This was pretty good. Definitely a strong four star.
I sliced red potatoes into wedges, left the skins on, and sprinkled with shredded cheddar before serving. These were excellent. I'll definitely be making them again.
I followed Georgia's advice and sauteed onions and bell peppers instead of using soup to cut back on sodium and MSG. This was fantastic as a meat loaf and it's versatile, too. Using a cookie scoop, it also makes wonderful "meat" balls. Just bake them about 20 minutes and they're perfect. I put a couple on a hoagie roll with some marinara and parm and it makes a great meat(less)ball sub!
This was a huge hit with my three kids. They polished it off in no time. I used 1TB butter instead of two for a bit less fat, and a 9x13 pan because I don't have a smaller one. I baked it for 20 minutes and it was PERFECT. Thanks for the recipe!
Very good, very easy with plenty of room for improvisation. This recipe does not dissapoint.