Absolutely delicious! Tender and juicy. I used a 3 3/4# roast and rubbed it with Montreal Steak Seasoning rather than the salt,pepper,and garlic powder. I did use the onions, but no other vegetables. Also, I used 3 1/2c. of chicken broth along with 1c. of water. Roast was cooked perfectly in 2 1/2 hrs.
Absolutely the best ever! Falling off the bone tender and super moist and tasty! Followed the recipe with the exception of time/temp. Baked for 1 1/2 hrs at 325 and another 40 min. at 250 after adding the BBQ sauce.
Tripled this recipe and brought it to a party. They ate every bite and commented how fresh and tasty!
I canned beets yesterday and had a few leftover. This recipe was a good way to use them up. I added a little onion powder and omitted the vinegar. Husband and I agree....delicious! thank you for posting.
Had this for supper tonight. Was very good. The only thing I did differently is to add a can of mexican style corn along with the creamed corn and I used about a cup of canned diced tomatoes instead of the fresh tomato. (because I have them leftover in the fridge) Was quick and delicious.
I rated these five stars because of the filling. It was excellent! I do, however, think that enchiladas traditionally have a nice red sauce over them rather than the cheese sauce....although the cheese sauce DID also have a great taste.
These are awesome! Gave them away as Christmas gifts last year and now that the cucumbers in the garden are abundant people are calling to "request" them again this year! They do take some time....but they really are worth it! Has anyone tried this recipe using Ball Pickle Crisp granules yet?
This is the ONLY zucchini bread recipe I use. It IS the best! Moist, sweet, tender, and delicious! I do cut the sugar by just a little....I use 2 cups.
Everyone who has tried these at our backyard cookouts has loved them! Even people who don't care for venison really enjoyed them. They are moist due to the addition of the bacon. No more dry venison burgers! Thank you for posting your recipe, Lupin.
I am quite surprised! I had bananas that would not ripen and was considering taking them back to the store and then came a cross this recipe. The only trouble I had was peeling the banana....even with a knife it was rather difficult. I only fried one banana but it was absolutely delicious! VERY much like regular french fries! Thank you for this idea!
This is excellent. Easily tweaked to suit your own tastes, but is very good as is. I added 1 t. cornstarch and beef base to 1 1/3# of ground turkey with 1c. of water and it was a perfect blend and consistency.
This is an excellent recipe. I usually use the sweetened condensed milk recipe from Borden, but it's not really the "creamy" fudge we enjoy, so I decided to try this one. This is much creamier. I do not think it's too sweet as others have mentioned. It was delicious! This will be my new go to recipe for fudge.