We liked this but the second time we made some changes. Rather than 1 cup of may we mixed 1/2 cup mayo with 1/2 cup sour cream. We added in 1/2 tsp dill weed, 1/4 cup yellow mustard with dill, and 4 or so Tablespoons of milk. Also, the processed cheese wasn't appealing so I used a mixture of shredded cheddar, Havarti with dill, and Swiss. With our changes this has become a favorite.
This is an excellent recipe. It is simple and quick and impresses every time. I will often use crushed butter crackers mixed in with the bread crumbs and I also replace the nutmeg with Old Bay- just a personal preference. This is one of those dishes that makes you look like an amazing cook - and all you have to do is follow the directions.
This is a very good recipe. The thing that is missing in the instructions is to actually marinade the chicken in the marinade mixture for several hours before putting the chicken in the oven. For those that complain of dryness, I recommend trying chicken thighs instead of breasts (more flavorful and more moist). Other than that change, follow the recipe and you should have a very nice result. Serve it with rice if you like - the thickened marinade works well with that base. It's a very nice, simple recipe that delivers a bit result in terms of flavor. My guests absolutely loved it!
I'm the submitter of this recipe. We love the tartness of lime mixed with the cilantro so this is a personal favorite. AR edited this before publishing and they say to lay the tenderloin into the lemon juice/broth mixture. I don't do that. My pressure cooker has a "rack" that keeps the meat above the liquid so it doesn't actually sit in the liquid as it cooks. This could affect flavor and texture so I'd be interested in hearing your experience if you cook it right in the liquid. AR also converted my "a good handful" of cilantro leaves into 1/4 cup. I use more than 1/4 cup and I also use a heaping 1/2 teaspoon of the red pepper flakes and a scant 1/4 teaspoon of the salt. As you can see, it's a very flexible recipe! The original idea for the marinade comes from my friend, Angela, with a few modifications.
I was looking for a way to use shredded roast beef from a not-so-successful recipe. So, I subbed the roast beef for the black beans. I didn't add the salsa to the meat, used it as a condiment instead. Really yummy - although I haven't had one in years, it reminded me a bit of a really light version of a chimichanga. We liked this.
While this is certainly not a 'fancy' recipe I'm giving it a five because of the ingredient/result ratio. This is an excellent 'poor man's stroganoff'. You get the same flavor as using a more expensive meat cut, but the seasoning and the slow simmer allow you to use stew meat and get a tender and flavorful result. The gravy cooks down beautifully and is nice and beefy without being overly salty. I used a bit more of the seasonings than was called for (personal taste) and also used an 8 oz package of fresh baby bellas instead of canned mushrooms. I followed the cooking directions faithfully and this turned out beautifully. Thanks Cindy!
This is a great recipe. The chutney and the curry meld well together and the cream cheese adds a nice mellowing agent. I didn't need the entire chicken - I had about 2 cups left over. This ages well and we thought it tasted even better the next day. We also thought it was missing something crunchy, maybe a little celery or some water chestnuts would give what we're looking for and a little bit of salt would also add a nice balance to the sweetness of the chutney. The second day, we sprinkled some toasted almond slices on top and that really added a nice crunch and a nice extra flavor. Thanks for this recipe. I never would have come up with this on my own. Yummy!
Great little recipe! I added some chopped green onion and a couple of shots of tabasco. I omitted the butter but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. They turned out beautifully - I got 32 instead of 24. Put them in the freezer. Take 2 out and microwave them. Scrape them into a tortilla, smush them up and toss in a spoonful of salsa. Breakfast to go - great!