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    This is an easy and adaptable recipe, my measurements are guestimates since I pretty much just throw it together. ( I increase the spice amounts and keep the mixture handy in a shaker bottle in my spice cupboard and use it for many recipes. I prefer granulated garlic and onion over the powdered products since they don't cake as easily). The original recipe came from a Foster's Farm chicken, and that recipe is on this website.The recipe is easily increased to increase the servings. It is a very good pork tenderloin recipe but also good with chicken pieces or even pork loin or butt roasts or whole chickens (as originally written), just increase the recipe amounts and cooking times as desired. When I do larger meats I often put them in the oven, covered tightly with foil, at 325 degrees until the internal temperature reaches the desired reading, The sour cream gravy is excellent served over both the sliced meat and either rice or pasta.

    Recipe #477197

    This recipe was originally a Relish recipe, but I'm posting it with my many changes because I felt the original recipe fell a little short of what I had hoped. The milk creates it's own tasty gravy, the downside is it that does not get high marks for presentation since it is monochromatic, but on the positive side it gets big points for flavor. It is comfort food! If that's what you're looking for, you may enjoy this tasty recipe. I've added more spices plus mushrooms, to the original recipe, as well as increased the flour and milk to create more gravy (since we like a little gravy for rice or mashed potatoes).

    Recipe #474126


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