substitued salsa for bbq sauce and panko for corn flakes. Served with herb rice. Excellent.
Great, used crackers instead of corn flakes worked great.
I made these for Sunday dinner with scalloped potatoes and green peas and they were very easy and delicious! I doubled the recipe and they are great leftovers. I'm sure they would freeze well, too.
Excellent! New family favorite!
I have made this twice. Once with ground pork and once with sausage. You can substitute corn flakes for corn checks or panko flakes. Our family loves it.
I didn't have corn flakes on hand, but used panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) and it worked really well. Just the right size. And you can adjust the seasoning or the glaze for your family's tastes. I tried a thick barbecue sause last time instead of the ketchup mixture. Turned out quite tasty.
very quick and easy. my family loves these!