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"Very good method for pork tenderloin. I used a enameled cast iron frying pan, seasoned the meat and browned it on all sides, then put the lid on and popped in in the oven for 15 minutes. Came out very brown and moist. Didn't add any liquid to the pan at all. I made the sauce with a few variations - didn't have any cranberry sauce so I added so..."
"Wonderful recipe - made it with my kitchenaid and it was easy. For those Canadians out there, I used 4 1/2 cups all purpose flour and it worked great.Thanks Gwen!!"
"Very quick and cheap to make, nutritious and a good way to use up things in your fridge. I had some left over brown rice so added a bit more water towards the end of cooking and threw the rice in. Looking forward to leftovers tomorrow!"
"This is a great recipe. Made it at Christmas time, my South African husband and sons thought it was wonderful!"
"This is absolutely wonderful! So easy to make and yet so elegant. My kids loved it - the oldest doesn't like desserts but he had three helpings. It's not too sweet, but satisfying.I used light cream cheese and it turned out great."
"I love this recipe. The lemon vinaigrette is so easy to make and so complementary to fresh summer vegetables. The only change I make is to add a little garlic to the dressing.My family loves it and I have made it around 5 or 6 times in the last two weeks and they can't get enough of it.The addition of the avocados seems to just add anoth..."
"This was very simple and good. I used a pork roast, cut up into cubes, and my South African husband and children loved it, especially with chutney. Not bad for a Kanadiase boerevrou!"