Petie Mouse said:
Posted: 10/9/2008 3:42:40 PM
We loved it I did change one thing I used the Pillsbury garlic and butter crescents and made some gravy to top it. Family was VERY pleased with this, made a salad and presto dinner in no time! Thank for the recipe!
Posted: 8/17/2008 12:58:28 PM
I was a little skeptical about the ricotta cheese in this recipe, but I tried it last night and it was really good. I made it in one 8x8 instead of the au Gratin dishes and prepped it all a few hours before (minus the crust) and refrigerated it. When I got home I just put the crescent roll dough on top and put it in the oven and it came out great.%0d%0aI poached some chicken breasts the same day but this would also be good with leftover roasted chicken. The crust was really good and I'll be trying the crescents as a chicken pot pie crust too. The one thing I couldn't find though was the crescent rolls in the 4oz container, so I just froze the leftover rolls.
Posted: 8/15/2008 11:30:35 AM
I like this recipe because it was easy and a perfect casserole for 2. I used the 8 x 8 glass dish and substituted cottage cheese for ricotta, also water chestnuts instead of onion, as my husband is allergic, and it came out perfect and delicious. It is definitely a keeper.
Posted: 2/23/2007 9:38:44 AM
This dish is GREAT!!!!! It doesn''t sound all that flavorful by the ingrediants, but, MAN, is it good! My husband and I have it for dinner, and the left overs for lunch the next day. Nothing like a hot lunch on a cold Michigan February day!!
Posted: 11/21/2006 7:57:33 AM
Very good! I did change this around a bit since I did not have broccoli on hand so I used the cauliflower in cheese sauce...I dont know if I even want to try this with broccoli since it was perfect this way. I also did not have ricotta cheese instead spread 1/2 block of softened cream cheese on the bottom of the dish...my husband hates cream cheese but said this was perfect!