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"This is super easy and so tasty. I started with a mostly frozen roast that I browned in a pan on all sides. It was fall apart tender and so flavorful. After the roast was cooked I removed it from the slow cooker and thickened up the juices with some corn starch for a quick gravy I will definitely be making this again."
"A-MAZ-ING! I made this for a work potluck, and used all chicken legs. I just dumped all the marinade ingredients in a zip-lock bag and added the chicken. Marinaded overnight and then smoked in my smoker with a mix of apple and hickory chips. In the water pan i used a mix of apple juice, water and black cherry whiskey. Received nothing by rave..."
"I can't believe I have not rated this before, so sorry! I have been making this recipe for Xmas gifts for the last few years. I always get rave reviews and requests for more.....and of course I wont tell them it couldnt be easier to make."
"This is my favorite meal. My parents good friends wife is Korean and she used to make this for us everytime she came to visit. She usually made it with chicken thighs....and of course fresh Kim Chi is a must!"
"These are delicious. A friend of mine gave me a similar recipe, however, she makes the dough balls and then freezes them prior to dropping them into the batter....makes for an ooey gooey cookie surprise in the middle"
"Love Scrapple. I made this for the first time the other day. Added chopped onion, minced garlic and salt to mine. So good and super easy. This can also be frozen. Make sure to slice the Scrapple first, separate the slices with wax paper wrap and freeze. No need to defrost just fry it up in the skillet"
"These are super easy to put together. Healthy and tasty little snacks for kids and adults alike. I think next time I may sneak a little flax in too :)"
"My husband is from Oxfordshire, England and this is exactly how his mother taught me how to make Yorkshire pudding. I make roast beef and yorkshire pudding a few times a year, but we like these soo much I make them with other meat also."
"My parents are from New Mexico and my dad used to make this with left over turkey every year after Thanksgiving. Sooo good. One of my favorite dishes growing up. He calls it Jalapas, but who knows where he got that name."