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Pork Chop and Potato Casserole

Reviewed: Jul. 31, 2013
So good!! Absolutely delicious. Here's what I did: sliced the potatoes very thin, then chopped an onion. Put the onion in the pan with 3 fresh pressed garlic cloves and the pork chops (I used 4 with bone-in), topped everything with seasoning salt. Once the pork chops were browned, lined my baking dish with foil and a little butter, mixed the potatoes in the same pan as the onion and the juices left from the pork chops, then put the potatoes/onions in the baking dish and topped with the chops and soup mix. At about 25m of baking, topped with lots of cheddar cheese and a few shakes from parmesan container. At 50m in the oven, everything was cooked perfectly. Potatoes had no bite left and the pork chops were still moist. I think the trick to keeping the pork chops moist is not over-browning and keeping the bone in, because the chops were just right and they were only about 1" thick. Great recipe. My dad, who is the king of scalloped potatoes and pork chops, loved this meal (he's a tough critic), and so did everyone else who ate it. Hard to believe you can do it all in one dish.
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Szechwan Shrimp

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2012
OMG, amazing! I have made many stir-frys in my day and this was absolutely the best one I have EVER made. I changed nothing in the sauce except using chicken broth instead of water, and because I had no honey, used about 2 tsp of maple syrup (tripled the ingredients for more sauce). The sauce was fabulous! I'm skeptical when a recipe calls for ketchup and another sweet ingredient like honey, but this was just the right amount of spice and sweet (neither me nor my family like alot of sweet in our meals). It worked soooo well! Tripled the sauce because I used jumbo shrimp and added lots of veggies, served it over chow mein noodles. Absolutely to die for and I will never buy stir-fry sauce again. Thank you FOODGU1! Everyone in the family absolutely loved it!!
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Best Steak Marinade in Existence

Reviewed: May 14, 2012
I made this marinade yesterday afternoon and put a really tough cut of steak in it for about 24 hrs. Wellll.... my boyfriend ended up making shish kabob out of it on the grill and it was honestly the most tender, succelent, flavorful steak I've ever eaten!!! We both like our steak well done but my parents don't.... They went back for more and more and more! My mom couldn't stop talking about the flavor and how tender it was! The steak was such a tough cut to begin with, how it got that tender while being well done is beyond me. Amazing! The only thing I did different was use lemon zest instead of lemon juice, didn't add worchester because I didn't have any (will next time) and put about 1 1/2 tblsp of dijon mustard in it. SOOOOO GOOD!! :)
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Classic Goulash

Reviewed: May 7, 2012
While making this, I could tell about 15 minutes in that simmering the sauce while covereed was going to make this too soupy for our tastes. I uncovered it and allowed it to simmer for about 25 more minutes which thickened the sauce up nicely. I then added the noodles. I served with garlic bread and everyone seemed to enjoy it. Next time, I will add more spices as I thought it was a little bland.
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Slow Cooker Turkey Breast

Reviewed: Mar. 19, 2012
This was SOO good! I've never reviewed a recipe on here before but I felt like I needed to with this one. I had a 3lb turkey breast and I took the advice of other reviewers and put a cup of chicken stock in the bottom of the s/c, I then put chopped up carrots, celery, and sweet onion in. I rubbed the turkey breast inside the skin and on top with onion soup, oregano, parsley, and garlic powder. I put the turkey in breast side down and sprinkled the rest of the onion soup and a little more of the other spices over everything. I then cooked it on high for half an hour and then cooked it on low for another four hours. It came out perfect! My bf who is not a big turkey fan (finds it too dry) LOVED it and luckily there was enough left over to make him 2 turkey sandwhiches for his lunch. This was so moist and so delicious and the veggies were so tasty aswell! Totally health concious too for my diet. Thanks for this great idea!
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