Posted: 5/19/2013 9:05:00 AM
Yum!!! Using homemade buffalo chicken fingers that I froze for make ahead dinners and some left over diced potatoes in the freezer this recipe was delicious. I don't typically by packaged food if I know that I can make it myself but sometimes being a mom of 6 kids and week nights full of sports I will take all the help I can get! Thanks for the recipe.
For those complaining of the non use of fresh ingredients, substitute your own fresh instead. I bet you won't be disappointed. Use these recipes as a guide and idea as I do. No one says you MUST use package stuff.
Posted: 5/15/2013 3:31:20 PM
trying this tonite. need a quick meal & my grandkids love buffalo chicken. will weigh in later w/ their comments
Posted: 5/12/2013 5:40:04 AM
To the YUCK reviewer: Why are you on the Pillsbury website looking at recipes? Pillsbury is not about made from scratch recipes. They are about convenience and great taste. I almost always cook from scratch because I have the luxury of time to do so. But there are some things I don't make as well as Pillsbury's great pie crusts or biscuits so I almost turn to Pillsbury for help. I haven't made this particular recipe but it does sound over the top delicious and I'll probably take it apart and make it from 'scratch' with a little bit of ready made help from Pillsbury.
Posted: 5/8/2013 12:01:31 PM
question: The chicken tenders are added still frozen, correct?
Posted: 5/8/2013 11:24:36 AM
I make many of your recipes. I often comply with your ingredient list and often make changes and/or substitutions. When reviewing a recipe you should keep your comments to yourself about the use of prepared ingredients. Make your own substitutions and enjoy these wonderful recipes like the rest of us. Better yet, get a job and you won't have as much time to spend cooking or complaining. I commend Pillsbury on a job well done keep up the good work.
Posted: 5/7/2013 6:17:29 PM
I have not tried this recipe yet, so I cannot comment or rate it....but I love to cook....it is my passion, and I see nothing wrong with using frozen ingredients to put a meal together at times...especially for us working women. If you don't like the recipe...just pass it by and find something else....you don't need to post negative comments..especially to Pillsbury!
Posted: 5/7/2013 5:46:23 PM
Lois - I always cook with all fresh ingredients but see nothing wrong with this recipe. If I was still working 9 hours a day and needed something to put together quickly I see nothing wrong with using frozen foods. If you do not try a recipe how can you rate it. I cannot rate this recipe because I have not tried it, but does not look so bad to me.
Posted: 1/30/2013 9:08:54 AM
Granted this is what I would call a "pantry meal" that I would use as a go-to recipe when time or fresh ingredients aren't handy. But that's no reason to hate it. Nor is it reasonable to give a negative review because you don't like the name.
I see this as a good starting point for a recipe. I began by raising the heat level by sprinkling my hashbrowns with crushed red peper flakes. The I included a few more veggies by using O'Brien style potatoes and adding more peppers and onions.
Since I used pepper flakes, I substituted plain chicken tenders that I already had. I would have used unbreaded
Posted: 1/29/2013 8:17:20 PM
I made this tonight as I needed something I could just toss together quickly and let cook while I took care of other things. I thought it was tasty.
Posted: 1/29/2013 3:54:08 PM
yuck - title of this recipe sounds good until you realize nothing is made from scratch!
frozen chicken strips - gross!
doesn't anyone ever cook with FRESH ingredients anymore?
c'mon Pillsbury - you can do better than this!!