Delicious! I used 3/4 cup margarine instead of shortening and 1/2 cup evap. milk instead of milk. This gave them an extra burst of fudge flavour and were a big hit at work! Thanks.
I made these once before and they were a big hit here, but that was a few years back. This time I doubled the sauce and filling so that I could use the entire head of cabbage. This made about 12 rolls and I was able to freeze a batch. I still had cabbage and sausage left so I made soup, just chopped everything up, added 28oz can of tomatoes and lots of stock & seasoning (or whatever you like). If you feel like spending time in the kitchen, this is a great, freezer-friendly meal. We all loved it...again:)
My six year old was able to help which was good. They took a lot longer to bake than was instructed in the recipe and even then seeds seemed too chewy, we added popcorn seasoning (dill) which gave them a bit more flavor.
The husband and kids (7 & 2) enjoyed this recipe although I think if I made it again I would omit the potatoes, as they took to long to cook. I would instead serve the dish wth rice.
This was a really simple way to prepare roast beef, however it seemd to be lacking in the flavor department. Yes, the meat was moist and tender (just fell apart), but I think next time I will do my usual rub with garlic, spices, onions in the pot, tomato suace thing. Thanks for the idea though!
I made this cake for my 2 yr old's b-day. He is allergic to eggs and hadn't had cake before. I followed the recipe exactly. The cake turned out perfectly, I set the timer for 25 mins and kept an eye on it, took it out at 30 mins, all ovens are different though. It was so moist, I used store bought choc. icing. My only complaint was that it wasn't all that chocolatey. Maybe I would add more sugar or less cocoa next time. It had that plain "cocoa" taste you know? Anyhow it was nice for my son to have a B-day cake!! Thanx.
Just updating my review, I wanted to thank "Abi" for sharing this delicious recipe. I have been making these muffins for almost 2 years now, at least once a month (I always seem to have some over ripe bananas left over) They are soooo good, and simple to make, 5 minutes to stir up and then into the oven, so easy. My little guy who is 4 has literally grown up on these and loves helping me make them (and eat them)! Sometimes I drizzle some of the leftover melted butter over the muffins and sprinkle with brown sugar before I put them in the oven. MMMM!!!! So, thank you Abi, I no longer need to refer to the recipe, as I have made them so often!
Quick and easy as all ingredients were on hand, a little salty though.
I used sundried tomato & herb flavored tortillas but found this recipe a bit bland, roll-up didn't cut well, i wouldn't make these again. However, I took them to a party and they went quick!
I made these muffins once before and the topping was not only a big hassle, but made a gooey mess of my pan. This time I omitted the topping altogether and must say these are the best blueberry muffins I have had! If you don't want to bother with the topping please be assured they are still excellent muffins (not to mention easy to prepare)I used frozen berries this time, added about 1/4 cup extra milk. Filled cups to 2/3 which made 12 muffins. Delicious.
These were ok, a lot of work and not a lot of flavor, even after adding my own ingredients ie. cheese whiz. i don't think i will make again, too much work, but thanks for the idea!