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Braised Balsamic Chicken

Reviewed: Jan. 7, 2013
I loved it! My brother was not a big fan, but his opinion is based on what he is use to. I like to try new things. This was a good choice. I did use crushed tomato sauce instead of chopped tomatoes. Next time I will cube the chicken and serve over pasta.
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Slow Cooker Pork Cacciatore

Reviewed: Oct. 23, 2012
I made a few changes; hence, the four stars. I set up my slow cooker in layers. Cook chops until lightly brown on each side. Cut off fat after they cook so it cooks in some of the fat juices. Put chops into slow cooker. Turn heat down to med-low add sliced onions. cook until brown. i sliced up my peppers and mushrooms while they cooked. Add peppers and let the onion and peppers cook alone for a bit then add mushrooms. I added minced garlic while the mix cooked until tender on med- high heat. Add to slow cooker on top of chops. Turn heat to med. I used a jar of Barilla Tuscan herb and a can of Tuttorossi crushed tomatoes. I didn't have any cans of diced tomatoes in the house so i diced a fresh tomato. I put the fresh tomato in first... added my 2 sauces...next time im using two cans of Tuttorossi i like to add my own seasonings and tomato paste. I added a dash of italian seasoning, a dash of basil, a dash of garlic salt, and oregano to taste. I added 1/4 cup of reisling instead of white wine because i didn't have white wine and 1/8 of chicken broth. I let that simmer a while then added sauce to slow cooker. I cooked on low for 7hrs. Served with rotelle pasta and salad. I suggest for mothers that want to make this fast make your sauce and mushroom mix the night before so sauce can simmer a bit. i saw someone suggest just combining it all in the pot, but i think its a crime not to simmer your sauce. ***USE A WOODEN SPOON*** ADD SEASONINGS TO SAUCE TO YOUR TASTE!
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Aussie Chicken

Reviewed: Feb. 29, 2012
LOVED this recipe!!! I served it with garlic mashed potatoes and it tasted just like the Aussie Chicken dish at Outback Rectaurant! I made a few adjustments... I used 8 slices of bacon (Two for each chicken), sauteed mushrooms and onion in butter, used 8 oz of shredded Colby-Montery Jack cheese. I layered bacon (1), mushroom/onion (sauteed), cheese, bacon (1), mushroom/onion (sauteed), cheese. Then i poured sauce on top and put in oven. so i did two layers instead of one. And again served with garlic mashed and salad
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Chicken Cordon Bleu II

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2011
I made this recipe recently and it was a hit. I served it with rice, green beans, and bisquits. I did a few things different... I after rolling and putting tooth picks in chicken i dipped it in egg with milk mix, then i coated with a mix of bread crumbs, paprika, and flour. i cooked it in half butter half olive oil. although i think next time im just going to use olive oil butter browns chicken too fast. After browning the chicken i put the chicken in a separate pan and put it in the oven on 350. i combined wine, chicken bouillon, cornstarch, and whipping cream in same frying pan used for chicken whisking until thickens on a medium heat. I dbl the recipe for the sauce. After cream thickens take out chicken from oven and pour half the sauce on the chicken. put left over sauce in gravey boat to serve seperately. some people like more sauce than others. i put the sauce on my rice too. the sauce was sooo good. Great recipe!!
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Cajun Spiced Pork Chops

Reviewed: Aug. 3, 2011
My family loved this! i served it with apple sauce, fries, and a salad. i used garlic powder instead of salt and added minced garilc. i let it sit for about an hour and cooked it on the bbq. i didnt really measure the amount of ingreds. i kindof went by taste and rub it in on both sides with my hands. this would be good to season and stick in the freezer for a fast good meal.
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