Simple, yet delicious meat. This is something I came up with one night when I was craving the usual Mexican flare and had pork on hand. I served it with my Recipe #150134 and a side of corn. Good eats!
Get your butcher to cut your ribs in half lengthwise for this terrific rib recipe. This has been a hit at every party I've ever taken it to so now I just bring copies of the recipes with me when it's my turn to provide the appetizer. You can also make a meal out of these with some rice and flash-cooked greens. Prep time does not include marinading time.
Italian sausages with casings removed or bulk Italian sausage meat may be used in place of the small pork breakfast sausages --- make two pans if you are serving more than 5 people, feel free to add in other ingredients to the sausage mixture, the cheese amount may be adjusted to taste --- these are delicious!
Lip-smackin'-good. Crock-pot-easy. Diner-pleaser. Nice presentation. Is there anything better? NAAAAAAAH. Caroline's note: Lots of people don't use Bay Leaf; however, it adds tremendously to this dish; just don't forget to take it out before serving.
I found this recipe on a Reiman bulletin board (Taste of Home). I liked that it didn't have a cream of something soup or chopped/stewed tomatoes as a base (not that I have anything against them, I just wanted something different!). It made a nice meal with Easy Garlic Crescent Rolls #71133 and Fried Apples #3057. It made it so much easier that I could brown the pork while cooking on another day so I could just throw everything in the crockpot in the morning. By experience, I have learned this is just as yummy without the green beans if you should happen to forget them!
This is from a Pillsbury cookbook of Bake-Off Favorites. It was a 1971 finalist. I have often reduced the recipe to 2 or 3 pork chops (and kept the "stuffing" amount the same). I found that butermilk-type biscuits work better than the layer-type. Also, most cream soups (mushroom or celery) can be subbed for the cream of chicken. This is hearty main dish that can paired with a vegetable side and fresh fruit for a complete meal.***Editted to add that I have tried the recipe using boneless, skinless chicken breasts instead of the pork chops. Yum!! I did add a bit of chicken broth to the soup mixture prior to pouring it over the chicken, though. I thought that the chicken wouldn't release as much liquid as the chops did. It was a great meal.
The source for this recipe is The Flavor of Wisconsin by Harva Hachten, a collection of recipes. This recipe was submitted by Dagmar Noel in Waukesha, WI. It can be a supper dish, as well as breakfast or lunch. The time indicated does not include mashing the potatoes.
This is a recipe of my own. I needed to use up things I had in the ref. It's a little time consuming but worth the effort. I used Johnsville Italian Mild Sausage Links. I make my own cream of mushroom soup which I have included in this recipe.By the way, my husband nickname me bubba bean and thats where the name of my recipe came from.:)
I LOVE these. I make them and can't stop eating them. Even like to eat them cold out of the fridge. I don't like making them much , they are a tad time consuming! But Mmm!! Prep time includes the dough rising and rolling out and filling to the best of my ability. And the amount you get ... who knows!!! It depends on if you make them small or larger.
I found this recipe on one of those little leaflets that they pass out at the supermarket. It's a great way to use up leftover ham and a great family pleaser. Serve with lots of bread to soak up the sauce.