Sully

Skillet Pork Chops with Potatoes and Onion
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I thought this was a very easy and tasty recipe. It was slightly salty (which I like) so you might want to skip adding more salt. We also used 2 cubes of vegetable bouillon instead of 3 of beef. Our chops needed to be cooked for an hour. The potatoes came out perfect!

Restaurant-Style Chicken Scampi
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I agree that the recipe was bland. We even used chicken broth and white wine instead of the reserved water, hoping that is would add more flavor. I also added oregano and basil. If we make this again I will add more garlic (much more) and salt.

Chicken Fettuccini Alfredo
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Needed more chicken, way too much sauce!! Too much flour too. I could taste it in the sauce. I had to add a lot of salt because it was very bland to me. My Bf liked it though.

Make Ahead Lunch Wraps
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I give this 3 stars for the idea, but the recipe is way too much. Feel free to play with what is in these wraps. I love the cilantro idea and I will try chicken next time.

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Pork Chops with Raspberry Sauce
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This was wonderful! I pounded down the thick chops so they would cook better. I did end up covering them the last 3 minutes to ensure doneness. I had to use jam with seeds which I wouldn't recommend. Always double the sauce recipe! You can never have too much sauce. YUM!

Summer Chicken Burgers
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Sooooo Good! A very mild but fresh and natural taste. We used fresh Italian bread instead of hamburger buns. YUM!

Bellyful of Barbecued Bananas
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Soooo good! Add a brownie to the bottom of the dish and you are in heaven!

Bow Ties with Sausage, Tomatoes, and Cream
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Yum! Our sauce turned out sweet, which was very good. We added dried Basil to the sauce. We also used sweet Italian chicken sausages from whole foods. They also have the perfect plum tomatoes there from Italy! Drain the pasta about 2-3 minutes early and let it soak up the sauce by cooking it in the skillet. Thanks!

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Garlic Chicken
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If you do not have real garlic on hand don't bother making this recipe. I used about 6 cloves of garlic and flipped the chicken half way through. Very simple recipe for a very simple taste! Good stuff, thanks Carol.

Grilled Corn on the Cob
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You don't need to soad the corn before cooking with the husks on. I never do. I put the cobs on the grill as is and they come out fresh and tasty!

Pollo Fajitas
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Fantastic marinade! Please use the grill for this recipe! We used chickan and beef and marinaded for 30 minutes. Pleny of flavor! Double the marinade too. We used green and orange (got to love the orange) bell peppers with onion and wrapped in a tin foil pouch with butter and XVO. Sprinkle the veges with a little bit of cumin. GRILL AWAY! The veges take a little longer than the meat so start them first. Don't forget to garnish with sour cream and grated cheese. We will make again and again. Thanks for the recipe!

I agree with adding balsamic vinegar. I am not a big fan of the cider vinegars bare taste. Love the cucs!

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