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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Shrimp Fettuccine Alfredo
Can't believe alfredo sauce is this easy! I won't be buying it in a jar again. Tasted great and was super easy. I used 1 cup each of parmesan and half and half and a tbsp of butter and cornstarch. No need to make a roux or anything, with some heat, stirring, and a quarter of an hour gone, it was soon being scarfed down by husband. Thanks!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 6, 2010
Baked Pork Chops I
This one's on my rotation. I crave it, even. It's taken me some finagling to get it just the way I like it, though. I double bread them--barely brown once after dipped, dip again and brown slow to just-crispiness. I use flour, garlic salt, pepper and some chili powder. Then I top them with stuffing and pour the mixture of one can cream of mushroom, another can cream of golden mushroom, and some white wine or white wine vinegar and a tsp of ground mustard. gives it its own unique, addicting zing. not too hard to make or on the budget at all. i always make it with mashed potatoes loaded up with cream cheese, sour cream, butter and milk. this combo is usually my stand-in when i want something dense and luscious. :)

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 1, 2010
Apple Pork Chops
So, so, so good. I stay close to the original recipe, except that I, like many other reviewers, use apple juice instead of water. I also add a tablespoon of maple syrup and a cup of cinnamon apple sauce to the mixture and add a layer of apple sauce to the bottom of the dish. I saute the onion and apples in butter with a dash of cinnamon and then brown the chops in the leftovers. I sprinkle salt and apple cider vinegar on top of them in the pan, and then I just sit them in the pan, spoon out the thickest part of the mix on to the chops, pour the rest in, and sit the onions and apples on top and let it cook for 45 minutes. I usually don't have a problem with the apples searing or charring in the oven. They come out neither too mushy nor too crisp; my husband raved about this meal and he can't stand mushy food. I was worried that it would be too sweet for dinner, or that it would be time consuming, but tis neither. It's become one of our favorite meals. Festive, too!

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 9, 2010

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