My mother used to make this for the family when I was little. And only once in blue moon thing, so it was a real treat when we got it. It came out of a recipe book that mom would get sections for when she bought gas at gas station. Everytime you filled the car up you got a new section. The book is huge and has everything you want to know about cooking, etiquette, and proper table settings. The book is almost wore out, but this will always be my favorite recipe out of it!
This is one of, if not the most delicious recipes Ive ever made. The flavor is so rich and incredible. It is not dry, although the cooking time may lead you to think differently. You can cut it with a fork, it is just so moist and tender.
I found this recipe on Pinterest and made it today. I wanted to post it here for safe keeping since it is so good. The flavors and texture of this pork is just right and the process to make it is really quite easy. My teenage son said it was great!
This recipe comes from The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond. First of all: pork butt. It isn’t a pork butt at all, but a pork shoulder. Second, it’s just a wonderful cut of meat. It cooks up moist and tender and results in so much meat, you can either feed a crowd or stretch the meat into at least two or three different meals for your fam damily. this fun and sweet/spicy concoction of Dr. Pepper and chipotle peppers really did turn out to be a lovely combination. If you haven’t ever tried it, cook up a pork shoulder sometime soon. You’ll be amazed at how much you can do with the stuff.
This is a recipe from Better Homes and Gardens, and we thought it was terrific. The recipe says it can be used for chicken, too. But we stuck with the recipe as it was written and used pork, and it turned out perfect. Prep time includes the minimal marinating time.
Ultimate winter, "feel good" food! This is a favorite at our house and the gravy just has to be served over some homemade, garlic mashed potatoes. Add some Chunky Cinnamon Applesauce and you have a wonderful meal! This recipe came from a '98 Taste of Home Magazine. This can be a bit on the salty side - exchanging the garlic salt for garlic powder and then using reduced sodium chicken broth would help.
While the company does not divulge their exact secret recipe, it's possible to make a dish very similar to Texas Roadhouse ribs at home by knowing the cooking process and a blend of spices that replicates the restaurant dish. copycatrecipeguide.com
A great recipe that has some prep time but not enough to deter you from making this great dish. I plan on trying to make this in crockpot that will be as tasty as the oven version. Prep time is the minimum marinated time - best to marinate overnight.
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Tastes like something you would get from a taqueria and it makes great leftovers. It would be great for a party because you can make it ahead and it just tastes better. I doubled the amount of pork and used this for burritos. From Lourdes Castro's Simply Mexican. (I love this Book!)
Wanting a really spicy dinner, I cobbled together this dish of Andouille sausage and peppers. It turned out hot enough to make my roommate leave the room just from the smell alone (but he's overly sensitive) and it tasted really good!