Category Archives: MAIN DISH

For dinner tonight, you can’t beat this great recipe. This is a great way to dress up lean pork chops. Try it……you won’t be disappointed. * INGREDIENTS 2 cups crushed butter crackers like Ritz garlic salt to taste ground black pepper to taste 3 eggs, beaten 4 to 6 pork chops 1/3 to 1/2 cup butter […]

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This is a Grand Prize winner, in my Taste of Home Magazine, so it must be great! I posted a Pesto recipe recently, and this would be a great way to try it out. It looks delicious & easy, which is what I like on a busy, hot summer day. I think these would be […]

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Ingredients  6 Boneless skinless chicken breasts 1/2 pkg onion soup mix 1 can whole cranberry sauce One 8 oz bottle of catalina dressing  Directions Mix all of the ingredients together and pour over chicken. Bake uncovered at 350° for 1 hour. Serve with potatoes or rice.

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One of my favorite meals if Shepherd’s Pie. I love the mashed potatoes with melted cheese on the top. If you have picky eaters, you can add the vegetables that you know your family will eat & enjoy. This was a staple in our home when I was growing up. * SHEPHERD’S PIE 1 medium onion chopped […]

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Yes…..I’m still on Pork Chops. I figured I might as well post all my pork chop recipes. I still have one more after this one. Hang in there with me!!! My Husband really likes this one. You will need: 5 to 6 med. potatoes 1/2 medium onion (opt)….onion powder suits us. Salt & pepper to […]

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As you can tell, I like Pork Chops. One of my favorites is the slow-cooker Barbecue chops, but sometimes I forget to plan ahead. These are equally as easy & delicious, & you can just mix a few ingredients together, & pop them in the oven. So Good! YOU WILL NEED: 6 Center-cut pork chops, […]

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This is a super easy Main Dish to throw together when you are in a hurry. The pork chops are tender & delicious. Just make sure you buy boneless, lean pork chops without a lot of fat on the sides. You will love this! Ingredients: 1 (18-ounce) bottle barbecue sauce (Use your favorite brand) 1/4 […]

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Last night, we had Chicken Pot Pie. It’s one of our favorites for sure. Most of us probably buy the frozen Marie Calendar pies, for something fast and easy, but this recipe is delicious, & not at all difficult. I usually make my own pie crust, but if you are short on time, just buy […]

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Chicken Cordon Bleu Ingredients: 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts 6 slices of Swiss Cheese 6 slices of good quality Ham 3 Tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon paprika 6 Tablespoons butter or margarine 1/2 cup chicken broth 1 Tablespoon cornstarch 1 cup heavy whipping cream Directions: 1. Pound chicken breasts until thin. Place a cheese slice and […]

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I’ve been wanting to post this recipe for quite some time now…… One tuesday evening, the Young Women in our ward were invited to eat dinner at Kaylene’s house. She wanted to teach the Y.W. how to make her favorite pasta dish. As she began, I immediately convinced myself that I wouldn’t like it. I’m […]

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Why should you try this recipe? 1. It’s delicious 2. It’s easy Fully cook a good rump roast or Lean Pork Roast or 5-6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts until almost fall apart tender. now………… shred it, chunk it, or slice it. Mix together: Measure Equal portions of Coke (not diet) & Ketchup or catsup Make […]

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When my girls were all home, one of their favorite meals was filled wontons. They are so delicious! If you have never tried them, you are missing out on not only a great appetizer, but a main dish as well. I often use left over taco meat & grated cheese to fill the wontons as […]

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This recipe comes from Lisa V. She prepared it while we were visiting in San Francisco, & it was the most delish!! The London Broil is a cheaper cut of meat because it is known to be tough. Tough if you don’t prepare it correctly or by not slicing it against the grain of the […]

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