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I've made this recipe several times. Couldn't imagine how it would turn out, but it tastes great and wonderful with any veggie sides or salad. Also good cold as a sandwich. I'd recommend cooking time be extended by about 20 mins. Also tried it with inexpensive puffed rice cereal and it was good too.
I have indeed been to many an Adventist potluck dinner. This is very close to my own recipe. I usually use walnuts instead of pecans though. I think next time I'll try the pecans. Thanks.
A staple at almost every Adventist potluck I've been to. I use an envelope of Lipton's Onion Soup (dry) for the seasoning and no milk, but otherwise the same. Excellent!