This recipe was fantastic! Even DH, who hates broccoli, enjoyed this recipe. We will definitely be making this again. Thank you!!
This was delicious! It is slightly sweeter than we'd expected, but it came out wonderfully - yummy, tender, and juicy. And it was really simple to throw together besides. :)
This was a pretty good recipe. It was a little heavy on the onions, but they did lend a lot to the flavor. We might have left this in the slow-cooker a little too long (10-ish hours) - the onions were very soft. But the pork was amazing!!! So tender and delicious! Oh, one change: we didn't have the mushroom soup with roasted garlic, so I used cream of murshroom soup and added a quartered clove of garlic.
DH loved this casserole! I thought it was ok. I did season the chops with salt, pepper, and a little garlic powder. Also added two slices of onion. Next time I may brown the chops a little more and carmelize the onions for a little more flavor. Make sure to turn down the heat to low or medium low after adding the potatoes and soup. Both were deliciously tender after 45 minutes!
This was pretty good, though a little heavy on the lime. If I make this again I will use the juice from only 1 lime. Also, I only had 1 Tbls of ginger, but it seemed like a good amount.
We made this a couple nights ago and it was delicious! DH and my sister both loved it as well. We did thinly slice a chicken breast (1/2 lb) and cooked it with the peppers. Next time I will probably try adding shrimp. Our 6 thumbs up!
This dish was delicious! I only made a couple slight changes: I substituted 1-1/2 pounds of venison stew meat, and I added 1/2 cup of water due to cooking time. The meat cooked all day - about 11 hours by the time DH got home. The gravy had a wonderful flavor and covered any gamey taste in the venison, which was out-of-this-world-tender. We served this over jasmine rice (yum!), with steamed broccoli on the side. This is going into my favorite recipes binder!