Posted: 9/21/2012 3:20:22 PM
I really enjoy the chicken in this recipe but the stuffing is just awful. I have made the chicken several times but I never made the stuffing again.
Posted: 5/5/2011 10:00:34 PM
Oh my, I am not sure where to begin. I will say that this recipe is way too sweet, and the flavors never come together. If Pilsbury thinks this is a million dollar winner, I am afraid to try their other recipes, very afraid.
Posted: 4/19/2011 1:40:53 PM
This recipe was awful with a capital A!I was extremely disappointed. It was a big winner and it was sooooo terrible! I agree with other reviewers that it is a waste of time and money. I even tried it again thinking that I must have made it wrong- after all it was a winner- but we threw it out! How could it be a 1,000,000 winner?
Posted: 1/12/2011 12:08:43 PM
This recipe was difficult and more time consumer than the recipe indicated. Only so-so taste. I like the idea of waffles for stuffing, but since Pillsbury no longer seems to make waffles I don't think this recipe is compliant with the rules and given how strict Pillsbury is about the rules I'm surprised that they still consider this recipe a $1,000,000 winner.
Posted: 10/3/2010 5:59:57 PM
I really enjoyed this. It was a different taste for chicken. Chicken can get boring.
Posted: 7/21/2009 1:35:34 PM
It was delicious Thanks for sharing.
Posted: 9/23/2008 7:49:05 AM
This was aweful!! I can't believe it won $1,000,000. If I could have given it 0 stars I would have. Looks like I'm not the only one. Don't waste your time and money on this one!
Posted: 7/19/2008 10:18:02 PM
Definitely not a "keeper" recipe, at least not in my home. Maybe I expected more, since it was the winning recipe. But it's just so-so....definitely nothing special. Most of the million dollar recipes that I've tried in the past are absolutely "to die for" recipes that I'd be proud to serve to company as well as my family. But not this recipe! First, the super-sweet syrup overpowered the sauce. Especially considering it also has sweet peach preserves in it, such a large amount of sugary maple syrup made the sauce just too sweet for a main dinner course meant to serve only 2 people. 2 syrup packs (maybe even just 1 1/2) would be sufficient for this recipe, but 3 is too much. (And how odd to think that 3 syrup packs are even more than is recommended for 2 servings of the original waffle sticks!) And I like spinach, but I think a whole box of frozen spinach was too much for the stuffing recipe that is supposed to serve only 2 people. (In fact, my box of frozen spinach states that one box contains 4 servings. Once you add the waffles and everything else in the stuffing recipe, it just ends up being WAY too much spinach for only 2 servings.) Perplexing! I think half a box of frozen spinach would be sufficient even if the stuffing recipe were doubled. The stuffing was too dry too, it could easily benefit from more liquid...more broth maybe? All in all, no one in my family cared much for this meal (and we're NOT picky eaters). In fact, no one even finished their dinner, and the left-overs haven't been touched...they'll just end up going to waste. Disappointing!
MS. BETTY said:
Posted: 4/15/2008 8:50:11 PM
THIS RECIPE SOUNDS REALLY TASTY, BUT, UPON READING THE NUTRITIONAL VALUES, I HAVE DECIDED IT IS TOO HIGH IN FAT, TRANS FAT, CARBOHYDRATES,SUGAR AND SALT. I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN AN UPDATED VERSION THAT WOULD BE DIABETIC FRIENDLY.
Posted: 4/10/2008 8:28:16 PM
I cannot believe this recipe won a million dollars!! It was terrible! And what a weird smell! Yuck!!