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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Irish Peanut Butter Potato Candy
This was never a favorite of mine, but hubby and kids love it. Like someone else said - I never knew it was Irish. I was always told it was all my grandmother could afford for sweets. We always made it by using leftover mashed potatoes. May be a little richer with the cream and butter in the potatoes. Nothing could be easier to make and fun for the kids to help with. Can't wait to teach my new grandson how to make it.

19 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 16, 2012
Marie's Easy Slow Cooker Pot Roast
This is pretty much the way I have always made pot roast. Only difference is that I don't always brown it first. But I do put salt, pepper and flour all over the roast. This way, it makes it's own gravy and is never lumpy. I use different seasonings - depending what I have on hand. I have used steak seasoning, seasoned salt, garlic salt, etc. They all work fine and are a matter of taste. I use beef broth and beefy onion soup. For veggies I use potatoes (for average size potatoes, I quarter them, for large potatoes I cut them into six or seven pieces), two average size onions quartered and carrots (baby or regular). I use lots of potatoes because DH and sons love them this way. This along with some rolls is one of our favorite dinners. I cook on low in the crock pot for about 10 hours while I am at work. The house smells sooooo gooooood when we come home!

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 13, 2010
Famous Butter Chicken
I tried this out Sunday and DH and I agreed that it was very good. I mostly went by the original recipe except that I only used 1/4 cup butter and I added several spices - seasoned salt, fresh ground Garlic Salt, steak house seasoning, onion powder. I think you could use whatever you like or have on hand. You need to watch the cooking time. I used boneless skinless chicken tenders. They only took about 25 minutes to cook. It would be easy to overcook and have dried out chicken. This will go into my every day dinners rotation.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 10, 2010

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