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Sour Cream Pork Chops
This recipe is great as written!! Most of the time I skip the whole browning process though. I season the chops or pork steaks with salt, pepper, garlic powder, emerils or seasoning salt. I layer the onions starting with onions on the bottom and between the layers of chops. I use chicken broth from a box and pour in without heating. I start it out on high for two or three hours and finish it on low about 5 hours. I remove the chops and keep warm in oven while I prepare the sauce. I strain the broth into a sauce pan then add the sour cream and flour or corn starch and heat and stir until thickened. Comes out beautiful without lumps. I then pour some of the sauce over the chops and save the rest for rice or noodles. I love serving this with rice, greens, blackeyed peas or beans and corn bread muffins. It is a great comfort food meal with a down home feel!! My whole family loves this!!

17 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 10, 2010
Baked Salmon II
Made this last night using salmon and talapia and it was AMAZING!!!! I maranated all the fish together in a glass dish as directed. I used just a little less olive oil but measured out everything else. I baked the fish in foil all together laying it out flat in a 9x11 glass dish. Next time I will just bake it in the dish and cover the dish with foil to see if it turns out the same. I served this with long grain white rice and steamed veggies. I just topped the rice with the servings of fish and then poured the extra sauce over all. It is DELISH!! My mother in law, hubby, son. and grand kids all loved it!! I will make the recipe once a week because it's that good!! Thanks for the recipe LadyBlade!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 19, 2010
Cheesy Breaded Chicken
This recipe is super easy and very tasty! I used italian bread crumbs and still added the italian seasoning. I also sprinkled a little extra garlic powder, rosemary and thyme on top of the chiicken and drizzled some melted butter over all before putting it in the oven. The chicken was tender, juicy and flavorful. I served it with risotto, mixed steamed veggies with basil, and a salad. My whole family asked for seconds of this delicious meal! Thanks for the great recipe!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 1, 2010

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