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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Easy Kielbasa Skillet Dinner
This was simple, quick, and tasty. Even my 2 year old ate most of it, but towards the end refused the broccoli. I added a bit of carrot and more onion(I like onions a lot).

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 17, 2013
Vidalia Heaven
Been making these for about 15 years now, since a friend's father introduced them to me. My wife call's them Randall Onions, after me. We use any type of onions we have on hand. Keep them on the grill for around an hour and they are always a hit, whether we are grilling for just ourselves or for friends. There is never anything left of these. Guess we are not making enough ;)

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 10, 2011
Vienna Schnitzel
It's a night of 'firsts'. I've prepared a hundred recipes from this site, and never felt the need to review one.... until now. I don't like my own cooking and certainly never clean my plate.... until now. This recipe is awesome. I ate every last bit of it, and wish there were leftovers (same goes for my husband). My family is German/Austrian/Hungarian, so I grew up eating schnitzel. I've been to Vienna many times, and had more than my share of "authentic" Wiener schnitzel. This recipe is soooooo good. Changes: used boneless pork chops. Didn't have cake flour, so used bread flour instead. Seasoned the flour with salt, pepper, and paprika (rather than seasoning the eggs). Used Italian bread crumbs. Didn't use any milk. Also (sort of) took another reviewer's advice: after breading the pork, I dumped the extra flour on a plate and put the breaded pork on it and refrigerated for about 10 minutes - the breading stuck to it like a champ. Deep fried at 360 for 3 minutes. Served with lemon juice. The coating was crisp, the meat was juicy. Awesome. Thank you.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 12, 2006

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