I made this with broken up spaghetti. I did use the pork shoulder steak. This is yummy! The mix of veggies goes great with the pork. Very easy and it is indeed inexpensive. I will make this again! Thanks TGirl for a very good recipe! :-)
We thought this was very bland.
I love dinners that don't fill up the sink w/dirty dishes, 1 skillet and ta-da-dinner is done! This was delicious! I used thinly sliced boneless pork chops. For the broth I used a bouillon cube mixed w/ boiling water.
Yum! Simple and easy. I began by sauteeing the onions for about five minutes, then sprinkled garlic salt on the pork and sauteed it briefly, and then added everything else. Nice one-pot comfort food. Next time I am going to add the veggies far later, and I think I might double them, just to squeeze an extra serving out of this dish. Thanks for posting!
This is really tasty - My kids gobbled it up! The pork did turn out really tender and the whole thing cooked up in 30 minutes - Ya gotta love that! DH even liked it, though it was a little bland for his tabasco loving tastes, but that is the beauty of tabasco - it can be sprinkled liberally on anything tasty! Thanks Tgirl!
I had every thing on hand and it was so easy. The pork shoulder steak came out very tender. We will fix this dish again!
This recipe was very tasty, and a nice change from our usual chicken dinners. It was extremely easy to make, and my family really enjoyed it. Thanks for the great recipe! I'll definitely be making it again.
Simple and delicious....that's what I like. Before browning the pork, I sprinkled it with essence, since DH likes spicy and this recipe sounded like it wouldn't have enough zip for him. Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly as written and it turned out sooooo good. We enjoyed it very much. Thanks Teresa