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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Gingered Pork Chops in Orange Juice
Well, I thought this was a great recipe. I did do a few things differently, but not enough to change it completely. I seasoned the chops with salt and pepper, ginger, garlic and paprika, and dusted with flour. Sauteed them in a large frypan and then removed them. I sauteed the onions with garlic, added the brandy (which is important in this recipe, though bourbon could be substituted as another rater mentioned), and a few tablespoons of OJ concentrate and enough wter to make a nice sauce. I then added the chops back to the pan, turned them several times to coat them, covered the pan and simmered them until cooked. They were tender and very flavorful, and I used only one pan!!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 7, 2009
Crustless Spinach Quiche
An absolutely wonderful recipe!!! Very forgiving also. I used a 14 oz. pkg. of frozen spinach. I sauteed some fresh mushroom(could use canned if that is all you have) in with the onion and several cloves of garlic. This is the second time I have done this and this time added fresh chard from the garden, about 8 stalks, cook the stalks with the onion and garlic, then the chopped tops with the spinach. Also added fresh parsley. I added some low fat cottage cheeese and about 2 C. of mixed cheeses (all I had), a mix of cheddar and mozarella, though any cheese will do. (used jack/cheddar last time) I also added plenty of ground pepper and some salt, generous grinding of fresh nutmeg (note to newer cooks, buy a nutmeg grinder or a rasp, and nutmegs, then are they are always fresh)and fresh basil(dried in a pinch). I used the 6 eggs and a splash of milk this time as I had more veggies but the number can be changed depending on how much veggie you use. And, to make it even easier, use a pan that will go into the oven - cook everything, add the eggs/cheese and cook in the pan. A one dish meal!! Just wonderful and delicious!!

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 18, 2009
Beth's Scalloped Cabbage
OMG, this was wonderful!! I did take the advise of another member and did not boil the cabbage. I sauteed it with a bit of onion and garlic, then added S&P to taste (lots of pepper). Put it in the dish, and made the sauce in the same pan. Then mixed it well, covered with seasoned bread crumbs (didn't have crackers) and baked. This is a keeper!! Husband loved it, as did I.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 10, 2009

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