As close to Wonder Bread as you can get at home! I've been looking for a home-made white bread recipe for YEARS that was as close to store-bought as possible...this is it. My family completely agrees! Delicious from a bread machine, too!
A solid side dish on a cool day. I agree with many that cream of mushroom probably would be better. All ingredients are easily kept in the pantry (and most are in mine all the time) making this a no-brainer on a busy weeknight. Needs a little more seasoning, I mixed in a tablespoon of Italian herbs before baking and it turned out well. Also, I omitted the butter and it was just fine without the added fat and calories.
Exceptional! Tasted like steakhouse steak! We used Tri-Tip steaks from Costco and they were delicious... will definitely make again - no brainer.
It was a little denser than I expected, but I suppose if I let it rise a little longer that *might* solve the problem? Flavor was really good, looked just beautiful! Used it the next morning for French toast - again, a little dense for that, but the flavor was still good.
I added more enchilada sauce so it tasted less like a pot roast gravy... Very good!
Simple and DEE-LISH-US!! The flavor of the rib roast shines and is perfectly complimented by the seasoned exterior! Loved!
Delicious flavor, but the texture was a little loose and grainy. I added a tempered egg yolk and it tightened up a bit and created a little more of a velvety texture - it also eased the grainy texture a bit. Definitely would make again!
Delicious! And prepared in the oven... I used a pork shoulder roast (which was on sale), trimmed of fat and cut into 2"x5" pieces. I also substituted cooking sherry for the rice wine, and I didn't use food coloring. Cooked it in the oven at 350° on a wire rack set above a pan with about 1/2" of water in it for about 45 minutes. Half-way through the cooking process, I brushed the meat with the marinade and then finished in the oven. Tastes just like my favorite restaurant but much less expensive!
Great replacement for the store brands! The big name taco seasonings weigh in at 1oz per packet which seasons 1 pound of meat. This recipe tips the scale at just 1/2oz and seasons the same amount of meat as the store package. Why? Read the label of the packaged brands... You're getting another 1/2oz of maltodextrin, corn flour, MSG, corn starch, preservatives and anticaking agents. Mmmmm. No thanks! Admittedly, I did add a scant 1/4 teaspoon of cornstarch to my finished seasoning to tighten up the finished meat sauce. :) I make quadruple batches of the seasoning (stored airtight) and use 1 tablespoon + 2 teaspoons per 1 pound of meat.
awesome! careful on the cook time, my pasta overcooked. Must have something to do with each brand/size of crock pot. Just watch your noodles towards the end. DELICIOUS, though - and super easy compared to the traditional route.
Very easy, straightforward and delicious. I'll keep this on hand and use as my go-to for buttercream.
Very good (and easy) soup. A little salty for me - next time I won't add the salt and just allow the salt from the wild rice packet to do the salting for me. (hubbie didn't mind the salt level, I'm just sensitive) TOTALLY agree that some veggies would elevate this to a whole new level - I'd suggest a single veggie, maybe carrot or broccoli - to keep it simple. Also, used 1 c half and half and 1 cup 2% milk because I didn't have cream - and it was still awesome. Will definitely make again.