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This was good but super salty, and I am a salt addict so that's saying a lot. Thanks for posting!
Made this week and we enjoyed. I do agree it is very salty. I make my own soup mix with half the salt & used it but still need to use low sodium soy I thnk. Will make again.
A lo-carb diet is the only one that I can make work for me, so I am always on the look-out for additional recipes to add to my lo-carb cookbook. I made this one last night WOW! As recommended by some other reviewers, I increased the water to 1 cup and didn't use the Sherry. I didn't have chives, so I slivered green onions instead. At the end, the sauce didn't thicken up, so I added a small amount of arrowroot, the lowest carb thickener I can find. Great flavor and wonderful sauce!
It was a tad salty ... even with garlic powder instead of garlic salt and low sodium soy sauce (BUT I couldn't find low sodium French onion soup so that may make a difference). Even so we enjoyed the flavors ... will definitely double the liquid in the sauce to make more gravy next time.
I chose this for Freezer Tag 2008 and I'm happy to find another easy recipe for OAMC! I used reduced salt onion soup and reduced salt soya. We ate four rissoles as written the first night - I reserved the other four formed uncooked patties and flash froze them. To heat, I thawed them and continued on with the recipe as written. Just as good the second time around. I will definitely add these to my OAMC rotation :) Thanks Jewelies
FANTASTIC!!! What an quick n easy recipe thats just so tasty! We served ours with mashed spuds, carrots and beans...YUM!! I used 1 cup of water, 2 tablespoons of sour cream and skipped the sherry.Thanks for sharing.
A tad salty for us!
I should have taken Barbs advice. I found these much too salty. I will try again and use fresh garlic and low-salt soup and see how we go, but it was a quick and easy meal. On reflection, I normally use Pearl River soy sauce...didn't have any left and used Kikkomans - I always find that too salty, so that would have been where the salt came from. I definitely will try these again.
These were very yummy and easy to make. I used low sodium soy sauce and didn't find it too salty. I wasn't sure what rissoles were, so I looked them up on dictionary.com: a small pastry, often in turnover form, filled with a mixture containing meat or fish and usually fried in deep fat. I guess it isn't technically a rissole, but they were lovely dinner anyway.
These are delicious, I used the plain Maggi Onion soup and needed to use 1 cup of water, the sauce is wonderful with the rissoles, great recipe Jewelies!