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A delicious main dish that will be requested again. I used boneless pork loin chops that were flattened to about 1/2 inch thick. These were served with Jazzed up Citrusy Beets and I Can't Believe It's Just Cabbage. Made for *ZWT6*
Made with pork schnitzels. I was worried it might taste too obviously like evaporated milk, but it didn't. I did add a little Tabasco, and some white wine, and added the schnitzel to the sauce at the end to rewarm it, but they were still tender and tasty. Served with mashed potato, I'd like to serve with spaetzle next time.
We made this for dinner last night and liked it. I used veal and portabella mushrooms. I thought it was easy to prepare and it came together quickly. I agree with other reviewers that it could have used more flavor, as both DH and I heavily seasoned ours with salt as a result. Maybe garlic and some herbs as another reviewer suggested could have done the trick.
My 12yo son took a bite and declared, "it tastes just like cream of mushroom soup." "Is that a good thing?" "Yes." He liked it and said he'd like to have it again. (I didn't try it--currently vegetarian.) I made it with 2 or 2.5 lbs chicken breast tenderloins and doubled the sauce. Served it with Spaetzle Noodle and Cheese Bake and Creamy Garden Cucumber Salad. Reviewed for ZWT4.
This was pretty good. I used a pork loin steak instead of veal or chicken. II think it could have used a little bit more flavor. Maybe some Worcestershire Sauce or Soy Sauce Other than that I liked it. Next time I make this, I will add either Worcestershire Sauce or Sauce to it. Thanks for sharing your recipe Leslie. Made for the ZWT Germany Bier ist Nahrung Challenge and for the Cafe ZMAKK Gypsies.
This was a very good dinner! Really nice, I think next time I will add garlic and a little fresh herbs....we like a little more spice, but it was a great meal and will be making it again!! Easy and great directions. ZWT4
This was one good meal and so easy to make.I added garlic of course. Served it with Spaetzles. I used pork loin that I bought at Costco;pounded it down and it came out PERFECT! I even used Carnation No Fat.Great recipe; thanks Leslie. I made this for WT4. Sage/Rita
This is a phenominal dish! I pounded some pork real thin, and followed the recipe as stated. My family inhaled it! I made it over the Spaetzle recipe by Mimi Bobeck #53605. I had to tweak the spaetzle recipe a bit though, since me and the collander had a SERIOUS battle, so I had to improvise. Will definately make again! This is a slightly sweet and very tasty dish. A nice hearty dish for a fall or winter night! Thank you Anke for sharing this recipe! LA :-)