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    I am a retired caterer. I have used this recipe for many years. Everyone I have served it too seems to just love it and always come back for seconds. Its one of the simplest and easiest fried chicken recipes you will ever prepare. The Ritz cracker crumbs were used many years ago as a last minute substitute for saltines. I think this was a one of my best substitutes ever. Needless to say I never used saltines again. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #206235

    My philosopy is simple just tastes better. 10 minutes or less prep time. This is one of my simplest chicken recipes and one of my families favorites and tastes like it was made from scratch. I like to call these my little cheat recipes since you pretty much just have to open cans. Its flavor reminds you of a good old chicken pot pie but with a nice rich gravy and fluffy biscuits instead of a flaky crust. My guys like to eat it like a biscuit with gravy over it. The best part is its so fast to put together using everyday canned goodies from the pantry. What can be easier for a busy family. Just a very simple to make comfort food... and oh so good on a cold night. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as my family.

    Recipe #333376

    Just made this one for dinner tonight. I made it a few weeks ago and my husband requested a repeat. The funny part is that he hates to eat pork, and he doesn't even realize he is eating sweet potatoes. He is a very picky eater so when he requests something that tastes this good I can't wait to make it for him. This is another of my accidental recipes that worked out beautiful. I was planning on preparing beef stew for a luncheon I was attending the next day. To my surprise the steaks I had bought to make it with were missing. So in a last minute panic I decided to use pork as a substitute and prayed for the best. Wow, I got lucky it was one of those mistakes that just so happens to melt in your mouth... I just kept getting requests for my recipe of Good Ol' Souther Pork Stew. I hope you enjoy this as we have. The funny part is I make my beef stew the same way just with beef instead of pork. I like to use the crock pot for this recipe. Its great to just throw in the pot in the morning and then come home to it after a long day.

    Recipe #334843


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