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Pork Chop Packs
I've always used Russet potatoes with this recipe since I discovered it 2-3 years ago and usually never added onions because I never had one on hand when I was fixing it. But tonight I decided to dice up some onions and toss in a few pinches of onions with my potatoes. I have always cooked it on 375* it only takes about 5-10 minutes off cook time. So its about 35-40 minutes depending the size of pork chop. I buy what's on sale. But its better with a thicker cut because the potatoes take that time to cook and you don't want your chop drying out. I season each layer including my apples. I layer potatoes 1st season, add my pork chop that I've had rub on (unless I marniade it over night)while I prepare the potatoes that I cut in half length wise and then slice thinly. I add cooking spray to the foil then put potatoes down it lessens the potatoes from sticking to the foil. Add the pork chop on top of the potatoes and onions. Then I put thin sliced apples on and sprinkle the apples with apple pie spice or cinnamon. Depending the spice the last 5 minutes it starts to kick in the aroma and really makes the house smell yummy. I don't add anything else except a roll if I use a spice with a kick like chipotle and need something to defuse the spice. Otherwise I just serve the foil packet because its plenty for me. Sometimes I want extra potatoes so I'll slice up an extra potato and season the same as my other potatoes and put in foil packet and cook with the rest.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 21, 2014
Decorator Frosting I
This is real close to the recipe I learned for decorating cakes except I use a full 2 lb bag confectioner's sugar to the 1 c shortening. Instead of milk I use 1/2 c water and 1 tsp of flavoring rather its vanilla, almond, butter etc. You can use more water to thin down for frosting the cake but it pipes and sets like a charm. People come to me for the "budget cakes" this is what i use. I also add up to 1/2 tsp salt this will take out the overly sweet taste.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 19, 2011
Tater Tot Casserole II
This is similar to a recipe I always used but couldn't find mine but once I seen most of it I could recall where I added or changed. Best thing to do is season your ground beef while it is in the browning processing. Add salt, pepper, onions, green peppers, and 1/2 Tbsp of minced garlic (or use the 1st pinch of Garlic Powder). Beginner Cooks use minced garlic left it tends to burn quick in a hot pan and leave a bitter taste. Adding a package (2 cup size pkg) of Shredded Cheddar Cheese (or your choice type shredded cheese) is a MUST. I also mix the tater tots, hamburger, soups, seasonings of choice, 1/2 to 3/4 the pkg (1-1 1/2 cup) of shredded cheese and milk in bowl til the tots are coated then place in the baking pan and top with remaining shredded cheese the last 20 minutes of the baking time. For Health Nuts or Low Sodium version: Use Ground Chuck (at least a 90/10) or you can use a lean meat like ground chicken or ground turkey. I use Sea Salt vs table salt when cooking. This way I use half the amount of sea salt vs when using regular table salt. Cream of Mushroom & Celery soups I get the Healthy Request or Low/Less Sodium versions. I also use skim milk with my cooking. (You can always add more salt to your taste level but you can't take it out.)

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Reviewed On: Feb. 25, 2011
 
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