I found this old Shaker recipe in the Maple Syrup Cookbook by Ken Haedrich. The Shakers carried their beliefs in simplicity and purity over to their cooking, using fresh ingredients, simply prepared. This is a wonderful dish - so juicy and tender! Cook time includes reducing the sauce.
From Cooking Light. Serving size: 1 chicken breast half and 1/4 c. chutney. Per serving: 321 calories, 5.7 g fat, 40.2 g protein, 26.9 g carb, 1.9 g fiber, 99 mg cholesterol. Frozen blueberries take approx. 5 minutes longer to cook and thicken because they give off more water.
Mr. McGinty's original recipe, recently discovered by archaeologists under the Blarney Stone, translated from Gaelic for your dining pleasure. The original recipe called for ground goat and goat's milk. Outer Slobodnikanians can substitute ground polar bear, penguin egg and pomegranate juice.
This is a recipe from my DH's past. I had never eaten anything like it until he made it for me and then I had to learn how to make it for myself. Make sure you have a skillet with a lid before making this. (Penzey's Spices has a Bratwurst seasoning that I like to use for this, but white pepper and garlic salt are a reasonable substitute)
This recipe is from "Our School Cookbook", a cookbook compiled by elementary students in a school from Truro, Nova Scotia. I like recipes that are easy, flavorful and look appealing when being served. All in all, a great pork chop recipe.
This old family recipe was my absolute favorite as a kid, but I've renamed it in honor of my husband since it's his favorite now! It's different than most of the stroganoff recipes posted because there are no tomatoes in it.
A friend saw this being created on a TV cookery show and decided to do it for me, it is just so tasty I had to post it, please please try this dish if you don't you'll never know how good this really is!