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    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    I have no idea where I got this one! You can marinate for as little time as you want but an hour would do the trick. I didn't include marination time.

    Recipe #125541

    My son's fiancée invited us to dinner and served this. She said she wanted to impress the soon to be in-laws. She did impress us, it was delicious. She hesitated to give me the recipe because she didn't want me to know how quick and easy it really was. I told her that it was even more impressive that she could make such a yummy meal in less than 30 minutes.

    Recipe #154138

    Any dish with sherry and garlic is alright with me, and if there's apple butter, all the better. Marinate the tenderloin overnight, then just before it comes out of the oven, it's smothered in an apple butter sauce. Great fall eating!

    Recipe #103629

    31 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This takes only 10 minutes to prepare for the oven. It looks awesome when removed from the oven. The meat is very tender and the sauce provides a hint of orange and rosemary. The recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker.

    Recipe #107643

    Light and tasty! You'll NEVER guess that you're eating healthy!!

    Recipe #19912

    Easy chops for the grill.

    Recipe #19166

    There are several recipes on 'Zaar that feature the combination of sweet peaches with pork chops, roasts or tenderloins. This one is unique not only in its spices but in its preparation. A featured entree from Dream Dinners, the franchise that helps families prepare make-ahead meals, this dish recently appeared in Family Circle magazine. I've trying these without freeze and they were wonderful and saucy without being too sweet. I added a pinch of ground ginger to mine and will most likely add a wee bit of extra onion, but not so much as to change the balance of sweet and savory flavors. Have some additional bags assembled but have not yet defrosted and cooked. If you are making these fresh you can skip the bagging, frezing and defrosting steps (1-2). (279 cal/14 g fat/2 g fiber)

    Recipe #163292

    A quick and easy, stovetop dinner. This is out of the "Taste of Home Cooking School Recipe Collection" Spring 2002 Edition. I serve this over buttered egg noodles and with a sweet veggie side dish.

    Recipe #37960

    In Canada, when we order chinese food, we always get this as an appetizer and I finally got this recipe right after much tweaking. It's flavour is right on and the pork is very tender. Does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #143505

    It's almost that time of year again...time for packing school lunches! I am posting some freezer friendly recipes from the Company's Coming "school days lunches" cookbook for anyone who needs some great make ahead recipes for the lunch box, Enjoy! See additional notes at the bottom of the recipe from saturn--thanks for the great ideas!

    Recipe #180150

    This recipe calls for tenderloin and goes through a few steps, but I'm too lazy for PROCESS! I pretty much always just use chops or butt steaks and throw everything into my huge frying pan on the stove top. Keep the pan covered until the meat is cooked and then continue cooking, uncovered, until all the juice is gone, stirring a few times throughout. Either way, it's delicious!!

    Recipe #176388

    This is so simple, it's almost a non-recipe, but so delicious I had to submit it. I came up with it one day when I wanted to do something different with a pork tenderloin. It was such a hit, it became a family favorite, replacing the pallid-by-comparison taco meat. It works just as well with boneless chicken or beef. It's very popular at potlucks and get-togethers, also. Pork weight is an estimate...I just use a good-sized roast. This is also a good recipe for OAMC, as you can cook and shred, then package the meat for later use.

    Recipe #101155

    This is adapted from my favourite pork marinade recipe in the Company's Coming BBQ cookbook. It is definitely the best marinade I've tasted for pork, but one time when my in-laws were up for the weekend, I didn't have enough chops for all of us, so I added some venison chops as well. The pork turned out well -- like it usually does -- but the venison chops put them to shame! I highly recommend this for pork, but if you don't try it with deer meat, you're seriously missing out!!! (Prep time does not include turning the marinating meat periodically and because of the basting while barbequeing, cook time is not really 'passive time.')

    Recipe #174548

    A big hit at our wedding. Meatballs can be formed 1 day ahead and kept in refrigerator uncooked, and then just cooked and served.

    Recipe #98268

    Great to have in the freezer for a cold winter night. From Everyday Food.

    Recipe #140068

    French Canadian Meat pâté that is served at breakfast time with mustard and a good fresh brew of Tim Horton's coffee!

    Recipe #133975

    1 Reviews |  By MomEof3

    Chile Verde is always what I order at a Mexican restaurant but sometime I'm dissatisfied when the food was brought out. So I determined to make this at home. I didn't have a clue, but this is what I came up with. The spice level can be changed to your liking just leave some of the serrano peppers out.You can use any kind of peppers you like, just to be sure have some spicy and some just for flavor. Serve with warm tortillas and rice and beans for a Mexican dinner. Hope you like it as much as my family!

    Recipe #131079

    Use for sandwiches, burritos, tacos, whatever!

    Recipe #131236

    I found this recipe on another website, however I do not remember which one. This is quick and easy to prepare. The sauce is delicious served over rice. Do not cook the sauce too long as the soy sauce can become very intense. I usually double the sauce mixture and garlic but that is just my preference.

    Recipe #52990

    17 Reviews |  By Manda

    This is my mom's recipe. Not sure exactly where she got it from, but it has been a family favorite for years. The original recipe is served over cooked rice, but my dad doesn't like rice, so he eats it over cooked egg noodles. It's great both ways. This is a great recipe that uses ingredients that you usually have sitting around in the cupboard.

    Recipe #16610

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