This is an amazing stuffing that I make for every family gathering. We had it for New Year's Day dinner with roast pork and of course with turkey for Christmas! If you like stuffing, you can make this any time and your guests will be very surprised that it wasn't stuffed in a bird in the oven! Feel free to use different breads (whole grain adds a great texture even if you don't typically like whole grain bread) and/or play with the seasonings. You don't have to use the full amount of butter but it does add a lot of flavour. Make it your own and enjoy!
A really easy dish to throw together. You can use whatever kind of beef roast you want, or try pork. I have honestly never paid attention to what size roast I have used or measured the onions or Worcestershire, but I think that this is close. I will update it if necessary the next time I make it. Serve over mashed potatoes or pasta to catch the sauce. Enjoy!
Wow, wow, wow is all I can say about this recipe. This recipe was taken from the KC Barbeque Society Cookbook and was submitted by Bob Zaban. We make a lot of pork loin in our house and I have to say this is the best recipe we've tried yet. Fancy enough for a nice dinner party and so flavorful. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
This is soooooooooo yummy and really easy. You can serve it on buns as sandwiches, on top or alongside mashed potatoes or my favorite, over rice :op p.s. i like things salty so you can adjust it to your taste.
Easy and tasty recipe. Original came from the Pillsbury SlowCooker Book. I've slightly modified it to suit our tastes. This isn't overly hot but has some nice bit of spice flavour. For added kick, you could add one tsp of dried chili peppers.
**May9, 2008 - it appears not all slowcookers are the same so I have made a small adjustment with the addition of water to the recipe. My cooker doesn't require this but it appears to be a minority! So give it a whirl and then adjust recipe to suit yours.
I got this recipe from allrecipes.com and it is delicious! I've always wanted to try Salisbury Steak cooked in a slow cooker and finally found it and wanted to share it with others. You won't be dissapointed.
Saw this on Emeril Live the other night, and it made me drool!!! Tried it out tonight, and it was as good as expected, and couldn't be easier! SOOOOOO tender, the chicken falls right apart when you try to pick it up. It makes it's own rich broth that you turn into a gravy. With the leftover chicken, I'm making chicken and dumplings tomorrow night!!