My mom got this recipe from Aunt Debbie. As a kid I use to think this was almost like heaven. It tastes a bit like cheese cake, but fluffier. The last time I made it for a BUNKO night, the ladies gobbled it up.
I had a similar dish at a friend's aunt's house one time. It was incredible. I've tried to duplicate it and this is pretty close. You can vary your amounts, especially if you aren't a big onion fan. I use just enough oils to coat the pan and keep the veggies from sticking at first. Then I start to add the broth for a little flavor and to help keep it from sticking. You probably won't need to use all the broth that is suggested.
Our pastor's wife, while we were stationed in Hawaii, gave me this recipe. It taste just like the imu pit roast pork, like they serve at luaus. It's really easy to prepare too. I get tons of compliments and requests for the recipe every time I make it. It is really suppose to say 1 handful of rock salt, but the system won't take that as a measurement. I usually halve the recipe, so I'm not real sure how many servings this makes. I know it makes LOTS. Also - not sure what the size of the bottle is for liquid smoke, but it's small and I believe it is the only size you can buy at a regular grocery store. This can be frozen and tastes just as good, even a month later!