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Recipe Reviews 26 reviews
Slow-Cooker Barbecue Ribs
This is a fabulous recipe! I'm sorry to those of you who get upset when others' change the sauce ingredients, but I neither had the time nor all the ingredients to make this sauce. Plus, I did not want a "ketchupy" taste. I was looking only for a way to easily cook the ribs in the slow cooker. I don't think it matters what kind of sauce you use, as long as you cook it properly. Ribs are good if they are cooked right! I personally used the barbecue sauces, steak sauce, liquid smoke, & worcestershire I had, all mixed together to my taste. I followed the cooking per the recipe and the ribs were great!! This was a very easy recipe. Cooking it for 30 mins prior was no big deal, I just baked the ribs on tinfoil to reduce any mess, mixed my sauce in one bowl, threw in a chopped onion, and other than putting the slow cooker bowl in the dishwasher, there wasn't much to clean up or mess with. Also, I did bake my ribs again on a new piece of tinfoil afterwards for 10 mins, but next time I"ll cut that to 7-8 instead. Will definitely make my ribs this way from now on. I served this with the Cheesy Ranch Potato Bake from this site.

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Reviewed On: May 2, 2009
Cheesy Ranch Potato Bake
This was a pretty good recipe. I had to scale my recipe way down. I cubed 5-6 red potatoes, they easily cooked in 1 hour. I had to leave, then an hour later came back, threw in some ranch (not too much, maybe 1/4 cup at most) grated cheddar cheese over it, and tossed in some bacon bits. In the oven for about 10-15 mins and it was ready to go. I really liked it, my hubby thought it was "okay" but I thought the taste was quite good. I would gladly take this to a potluck or serve it to others. I served this with the Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs from this site.

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Reviewed On: May 2, 2009
Scrumptious Salisbury Steak in Mushroom Gravy
This was fantastic, my first time making it and it turned out great. Nothing gourmet, but a nice home-cooked meal. I followed the directions with the "steaks" but also added a tsp of worcestershire and a tsp of steak sauce. I used fat-free salt-free saltines. For my gravy, I had a can of beef gravy, added the 2 cans of mushrooms, added about 1/3 of a can of cream of mushroom soup, which made it taste way too much like that soup. So I opened up a pack of Lipton's Onion/Mushroom packet mix and poured about 1/2 of that packet in. It was too strong, so I poured in the potato water I had from making mashed potatoes. It ended up turning out perfectly. I will definitely make this again.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 31, 2009

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