Recipe by Melinda
"My aunt (in law) always makes these for Thanksgiving dinner, and they are gone in a matter of minutes. They are so delicious!"
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dry red wine
butter, or more as needed
Oh my gosh! This is AWESOME. I cut the recipe in 1/2 but followed the recipe as provided. I started cooking this at 9:00 this morning.... but there's not going to be anything left at 9:00 tonight. This is a new FAVORITE! :)
These would be great to serve with steak or over baked potatoes. I almost think you could knock about 3 hours off the cooking time and I sort of wish that more of the bite from the wine came through, so when I make them again, I may add it in later or add more at time closer to serving. It smelled so good in the first few hours and by the time the 12 hours was over, it was gone. I did not think they were too salty as some other reviewers mentioned...I wondered if some may have used "garlic salt" instead of the "garlic powder" the recipe called for. I would make it again, but might alter it just a bit next time for more flavor. Thanks for sharing!
Followed recipe to a T. These are absolutely fantastic and they freeze well too.
I saved this recipe awhile back and finally made them yesterday for a Fathers Day gathering! I followed the recipe exactly! They were absolutely delicious and disappeared way to quickly! They were easy to make but the hard part is getting them started early enough to cook for 12 hours! We began sampling them about 1/2 hour ahead of time. They were practically gone when the 12 hour timer went off. There were 16 adults here and we fought over the last few! Next time I'll use 2 crockpots and double the recipe. Everyone asked for the recipe and I will definitely be making these again and again and again! Thank you Melinda!
Took these to a holiday party last night and they were a HUGE hit!
I got a little lazy with it by boiling and then reduced the heat to medium and covered for about 20 minutes. The only ingredient I changed was the dry red wine. Instead I used red wine vinegar. I cut the recipe in 1/4 because I was only serving 2. I'm sure its better when you slow cook it for 12 hours, but ain't nobody got time for that! Thanks for the inspiration!
These are amazing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 75
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