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"I've made this so many times since I found the recipe. It's my standard go to. My partner and I love it. Agree with others to ignore the very unhelpful and rude comments by evelync1985"
"Excellent, excellent! I saved this recipe to my beef cookbook ages ago and just now got round to making it, and I am so glad I did. I love the Italian twist to this! The steak was very moist and we loved the crunch on the outside. The tomato sauce with melted cheese just put this over the top for us. Was very easy to make, as it spends some ..."
"Incredibly tasty and very easy to make! I pounded my breasts flat (just a personal preference) and did everything on the stove top to save on dishes and to make this even easier to make. I just let the chicken simmer on the stove top while getting my wild rice pilaf started and then thickened the wonderful sauce with corn starch mixed with water..."
"My partner and I eat chicken once a week and I'm always looking for tasty new ways to prepare it so we don't get bored. The sauce was very good served over our royal blend rice pilaf. I made this on the stove top and found that if you pound your chicken breasts flat and season with salt and pepper they only need 30 minutes on the stove. After b..."
"Outstanding! I buy tenderloins in bulk and keep in the freezer because we just love the cut of meat. I doubled the sauce so we'd have plenty to pour over the cutlets and Recipe #252762. Served with a side of Recipe #6446 Thanks for sharing your recipe!"
"Delicious! What I like best about this recipe as opposed to the many others on 'Zaar is that it's only 3 ingredients (fast and very easy to make) and doesn't use a lot of butter, cream and cheese. We are fortunate to have a local cheese producer http://www.prairiefruits.com/ that makes award winning chevre. Served this with Recipe #262248 Than..."
"Easy, marvelous tasting and good enough for company. My partner, who doesn't like Dijon, chowed down on these. I pounded my chops to about 1/4" thick (it makes the meat more tender) and spread Dijon on both sides along with some crushed rosemary (I don't know, I just think pork screams for rosemary) and salt and pepper. I dipped both sides in t..."
"Elegant, easy and delicious! I bought several fresh pears from a farm stand in NY while on vacation. Having never made poached pears before, I was happy to find this recipe. After the pears were tender, I removed them to a serving bowl and reduced the cider until almost syrupy and served that over the pears. My partner and I really liked these..."
"This was in my May/June 2009 copy of Eating Well magazine. They had an article on burgers and I saw the one for Spanish Pork Burgers and thought that we'd have to try it. I got some fresh ground pork from my butcher and we had these last night. Both my partner and I loved them. The Pimenta de la Vera is critical to the taste of these burgers. ..."