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    Pour Overs

    "Pour overs" is what I call foods that are meant to be served over something. They may be served over rice, mashed potatoes, baked potatoes, polenta, egg noodles, biscuits (like Pillsbury Grands!) or hamburger buns, toast, toast cups, puffed pastry cups....You get the idea. I like these foods because they are so versatile. Pour them over whatever you have and enjoy!! If I have missed any recipes that belong here, I hope you will let me know so I can add them.
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    13 Reviews |  By *Z*

    No one will probably like this, but it was a staple recipe when I was growing up. My Mom used ground venison b/c we were poor and that's all we had. I still like to make it once in awhile, but I use ground beef. It's really easy and filling. My Mom only added the peas if she need to stretch it a little bit more. Time is a guess b/c I have never timed making it.

    Recipe #136091

    This is the lightest Polenta I have eaten. In Winter, I bake it in the oven, in Summer, it goes on the grill. When we grill it, we grill it hot for a short period of time so that the outside is crisp, and the inside creamy. Whenever I buy pine nuts, I toast all of them in the oven on a cookie sheet, so that we always have them available for polenta or other yummy foods. This is a favorite of our guests at our Summer parties.

    Recipe #186142

    We don't have lamb for dinner very often - usually when we do, it's a traditional leg of lamb when my mother is visiting. This, however, is a nice, simple, and easily-made variation for when you find less expensive cuts of lamb.

    Recipe #6583

    This is one of DH's faves. I have cooked this many times for company and get raves. It looks like a lot of work, reading the recipe, but it is easy easy. We don't like water chestnuts or bamboo shoots, so I omit them. I have had this recipe forever, but it looks like I must have found it on an A.1. bottle or ad. I tried it with other steak sauces, but we didn't like it. The recipe says 8 servings, but the 2 of us finish it off with no trouble.

    Recipe #53879

    Nice and simple. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #151177

    A recipe I created from my love of white sauce and cheddar cheese, consisting of a flavorful sauce with peas and ham on top of toast. It's not healthy but good comfort food. I am told it's good for a hangover. Reheats well in microwave. I usually use turkey ham and wheat bread to minimize the unhealthiness.

    Recipe #165696

    6 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    This one was given to me by mother in law in 1996. Recommended for crumbed meats or a steak. Serving size will depend on how much sauce you like, used 6 as a guideline.

    Recipe #178235

    1 Reviews |  By Sussan

    This is a recipe from CD Kitchen. Easy and satisfying - but don't be shy to add some heat - perhaps paprika, onions, chilli flakes - if your tastebuds crave a wake up call to go with the sour cream.

    Recipe #177882

    Great on boiled spaghetti or Rice Pilaf.

    Recipe #175478

    From our church cookbook. Serve on hamburger buns or with hot dogs for coneys.

    Recipe #175763

    I have a family of onion-lovers so I always double the recipe, this gravy has tons of flavor, if you love onions then then you will love this! If you want a dark richer gravy then omit the water and use 1 cup consomme. This is delicious served with a pork roast and mashed taters or over fries, do not add in any extra salt until end of cooking :)

    Recipe #162222

    Good for breakfast but we like it for supper, too.

    Recipe #76209

    You may have guessed that this recipe is an adaptation of pulled pork sandwiches, a favorite barbecue recipe in which slow cooked shoulder of pork is “pulled” into shreds and reheated in a fabulous barbecue sauce; the mix is then spooned over squishy buns. To make the meal more ample, I ladle this chicken version over a mix of rice, corn, and scallions rather than over hamburger buns. I prefer thigh meat.

    Recipe #170028

    After searching for years for the rich Hot Brown Cheese sauce I remember from years ago in Lexington KY, I finally found this one and it is awesome.

    Recipe #168565

    13 Reviews |  By Latchy

    This is a lesson in how to cook polenta that I have copied from Chef Stefano De Pieri.

    Recipe #65107

    Putting together all my recipes of my early marriage days...work, school, kids. Some of you know just what I mean!

    Recipe #165389

    I have been making this so long I don't remember if I made the recipe up or stole it. Probably the latter. It is kid and picky eater friendly. Great gravy served over mashed potatoes or my favorite- white rice! I am posting the recipe for chicken...see note at the bottom to make it with pork chops.

    Recipe #165510

    3 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Quick and easy chicken for two.

    Recipe #165348

    Great! Found originally on mealsforyou.com

    Recipe #165269

    Round steak is not known for its tenderness. This recipe can be used over noodles, rice, cous cous and great over fried potato rounds. Slow cooking in the oven but you can use slow cooker also, just add two hours.Any tough cuts of meat can be used including pork.

    Recipe #165717

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