Good over rice. Instead of the dried beans I used one can of beans (great northern) and skipped the water. I also forgot the green onions and radishes. An easy meal when it's going to be a busy day! Thanks for sharing!
I used shrimp and clams this time. The result was a very tasty chowder that we enjoyed for St Patrick's Day. A nice change from the traditional corned beef that I usually make. I won't be waiting until next year to have this again!
Pat another of your egg recipes that I have enjoyed. I did two things differently - I could not find Sumac so I googled for a sub and Lemon Pepper was named. I used that. Also I have quite a few tomatoes frozen so instead of a can of crushed tomatoes I used 10 frozen grape tomatoes. The oven time was perfect (450F) for 7 minutes and the yolks were still soft. Wonderful combination for flavours. I'll be making this recipe again.
I have never made pork tenderloin and was looking for an easy recipe in the oven, and this was exactly what I wanted. I followed the recipe exactly other than using sage instead of savoury (which I didn't have). I've been working on the leftovers and it's just as good later as it was when I made it.
I'm giving this 5 stars because the hubby loved it so much...but...it took a lot longer for the noodles to cook...like twice as long...if the noodles cook in boiling water for 9-10 minutes...they sure won't cook in 10 minutes in a simmer...I did use my 12 inch cast iron skillet...so with that said it really did come out nice and tasty...I added just a touch more salt...the hubby called it MAN food...btw...this makes at least 6 servings...I have leftovers for an RV trip that is coming up...made for "Pick Me" tag game...
I'm giving this a 4+ star...it would have received a 5 star if not for a few errors...I've been cooking for over 50 years...you have to give amounts at all times so the newbies can learn to cook...and you shouldn't miss an ingredient in the directions...with that said...this came out amazing...I always try to find new recipes to try and rate...in the hope that it encourages the chef to keep posting their recipes...thanks for posting this...we really enjoyed it...:) I used leftover frozen meatballs...
Awesome recipe Lazy. 5 Stars all day long. Wow, was this good. Quick and easy to make with excellent results. The meatballs were so tender prepared this way, I'll be making this again often. Both the dh and I loved it... we both looked for more, when it was all gone. Thanks so much for sharing. Made FYC tag game.
I made this awhile back and we give it 5 big stars! After flouring up the chicken I let it sit for about 20 minutes so I wouldn't have to worry about the coating falling off in the pan when I fried it. It worked like a charm! The addition of garlic powder and onion powder was a nice touch to the overall flavor of the coating. Great mix of flavors. We will have this again!
You can't ask for an easier recipe to make...and the sauce has a wonderful flavor. This is going to be made often...it's so quick to prepare...I served it with an Asian pasta dish and steamed broccoli...
Made for Billboard Tag & I echo the prior reviewer. This is a great dish. I halved the recipe & made some chgs out of intent & circumstances. I used spaghetti as the pasta & added black olives for DH. My 1 regret is I was unable to use the roasted bell peppers. DH didn't like their look at the grocery store & we're unable to get the jarred type. This will become a menu staple for us since DH said it was his all-time favorite pasta dish I've made for him. Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)