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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Pork Chop and Cabbage Casserole
It took this recipe for my husband to agree to give cooked cabbage a try. He savored every bite! It was fantastic & I made no changes except for my usual spicy mustard & Worcestershire rub on the chops, along with red & black pepper. The chops were really thick so I baked casserole for an extra 15 minutes, uncovered for the last 45. Doubled recipe & followed those instructions. The sauce makes the dish & I like being able to add peppers or mushrooms to the simmer, or changing up the soup choice, in future supper fixings. Yum Yum good! This recipe is a rotation keeper!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 3, 2015
I had not made jambalaya in years, so I decided to try this recipe. It is simply fantastic! This is just as good as one made without tomato. Reading reviews, I did do as advised, adding rotel ~ also browning center cut boneless pork to add to the meat ingredients. File' is important in the Deep South and it adds a deep richness to the dish. No added salt needed. I cook with red pepper, using black pepper only occasionally. Long grain rice was my grandmother's choice, but covering the pot while rice cooks is a must. I use short grain, which doesn't give quite the texture needed for authentic jambalaya , but does not change the flavor. The only other addition was green onions, about 15 mimutes before fully cooked. Any good sausage will do, in place of the andouille. The dish I grew up with was cooked with smoked sausage. Truly good!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 7, 2014
Slow Cooker Spicy Black-Eyed Peas
This was a wonderful meal! Being from the south, I used smoked sausage and tasso, adding a bit more seasoning. I always brown the meat and drain any grease before adding it to the slow cooker. About an hour before done, I use a potato masher- to make the peas and gravy a bit more creamy. This recipe works for dried field peas and baby limas, too! I do use a bit less water than called for. Potatoes, added about an hour or so before done, are a good addition. VERY YUMMY!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 22, 2010

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