I made this recipe for dinner and it was great! I was a little skeptical but because of all the good reviews, I decided to give it a try, and i was so pleasantly surprised!
Even my husband loved it, and he’s very hard to impress. The only thing I did differently was, like one of the other reviewers posted, I added onion powder to the mixture as well. Also, instead of margarine, I used olive oil. I’m so glad I tried this, and I’ll definitely be making it again!
This as vey tasty and easy. Even my picky kids liked it. I didn’t have any seasoned salt so I added a few extra spices. My kids asked that I make it more often.
These cinnamon rolls came out great! I used part of the dough cycle on my bread machine to do the kneading for me. I added the last cup of flour after putting the dough onto the floured surface.
This recipe makes a huge batch of soft, fluffy, high rolls. The sweet spread sticks nicely to the sides of the rolls after baking. The maple icing was a delicious match to what you’d get on bakery maple donuts, but a better consistency.
So many nice things could be said about this recipe! Was especially fun to make the sugar-coated baking dish for the rolls.
This was FABULOUS!!!! I was in a dinner slump and just joined allrecipes a few days ago. Picked out this recipe after reading all the reviews. I did alter the recipe somewhat after reading the reviews–I put the 98% fat free cream of chicken soup, the butter (yes, I used butter!), 1/2 of the Italian dressing mix packet, 1/4 cup white cooking wine and 1/4 cup chicken broth (I used Herb Ox) in the crock pot and mixed it up.
I threw in the frozen chicken breasts and cooked on low for 5 hours. I then shredded the chicken in the crock pot, added softened 4 oz. Neufchatel cheese, and about 1/3 cup of fat free sour cream.
It cooked for half an hour on high. When I tasted it, I thought it tasted almost exactly like a pasta dish I always get at the local Italian Restaurant, minus the spiciness. To add a little kick, I threw in some chilipiquin peppers that are growing in my back yard. Served it over wheat egg noodles. EVERYONE in the family loved it!!
Yum! This was so easy & really good. Nice change from pizza. I made a couple changes based on what I had on hand & personal preferences. I reduced in half for our smaller family & made one big stromboli rather than smaller ones.
I only put half the sauce inside & saved the other half for dipping. I used salami, pepperoni & Italian sausage because that is what I had. And I slightly sauteed the veggies with a little olive oil & Italian seasoning. That is the great thing about this recipe is there are so many ways to change it up. The possibilites are endless.
Great. I omitted the sauce and served it on the side as a dipping sauce. A suggestion from a friend was to add a little yellow mustard to the dough before laying everything else on. Surprisingly the mustard gives it a good taste.