I made this recipe with 1 Tbsp worchester, 1 tsp onion powder, 1 tsp garlic powder, and 1 tsp chicken bullion (because I was out of beef bullion). Here's how it stacked up for our family of four that includes a picky 12-year-old and 10-year-old. Kid Rating: Thumbs up! They both want to have it again. Adult Rating: Ambivalent to not-so-good. With virtually no flavor there was nothing to dislike, but also nothing to like. Neither of us would crave it again, but neither of us would protest if the other made it. Visual Appeal: A big, fat goose egg. The final product was an unappealing taupe color that congealed quickly. None of us thought it appeared appetizing. We all agreed that it tasted better than it looked. Preparation Rating: Very quick and easy! I was pleased that I was able to throw it together quickly on a day when we had very few food options in the house. Overall, this recipe has it's merits--namely ease of preparation and kid-friendliness. But it also has some significant drawbacks: unappetizing appearance and bland taste. It really does need some significant tweaking to add flavor.
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I made this recipe with 1 Tbsp worchester, 1 tsp onion powder, 1 tsp garlic powder, and 1 tsp...