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I made 5 pork chops. I dipped my pork chops in egg before I dipped into my mixture. Being that I used 5 pork chops I added more of each ingredient. I also added a packet of hidden valley ranch seasoning. My pork chops were about a half an inch thick. I pan seared them for a minute on each side using olive oil and butter. I sprayed my glass dish before I put my pork chops on it so it wouldn’t stick to the bottom of the dish. I cooked them for a half hour on 350. They were very crunchy and tender! The ranch added lots of flavor. I will definitely make this again and I suggest everyone to try it out!! It’s a keeper!! My sides were sliced carrots with butter and loaded mashed potatoes which only added to the pork chops! Give it a try!! Trust me you won’t be disappointed!!😋
Oh my! I have died and gone to heaven! I love this recipe and I am now a fan of cottage cheese in lasagna and I will never go back to ricotta! The first time I made this, I was shocked and so happy w/ the flavor and outcome of this lasagna. No messy, sliding all over the plate mess. Just a perfect plate of deliciousness. When I had to travel up North for family business, I froze three helpings for my husband. He ate them all!! Usually he goes out to eat when I am gone, but this was so good the first time, he knew it would be even better the next! I am making this again for friends tonight for our recurring card night. Thanks so much for this great recipe.
One of my favourite standby meals for pork, these Oven Baked Pork Chops are slathered in a tasty country-style rub using ingredients I bet you have in your pantry, then baked until golden and sticky. Add some baked potatoes, and you’ve got a fabulous one tray meal.
This was very good and I will definitely make it again. Just want to warn people that I used a glass “lasagna” pan (thanks to other reviewers saying a 13×9 pan wasn’t big enough) and still had some boil-over onto the half-sheet pan I used underneath it. Another note, I assembled this the day ahead, took it out of the fridge about 30 minutes before baking and this took over 2.25 hours to reach 180 degrees! Next time, I will keep everything separate and reheat the sauce before assembling.
Plus, the added benefit is that you can throw potatoes on the tray to bake at the same time. I really love how the top of the potatoes become crispy and golden, and the underside gets infused with the juices from the pork. It’s SO GOOD!
Hello all👋, I have read through these comments and I’m glad I did, I almost gave up on reading them because alot were of the same questions, lol, so finally I saw my question in the comment, and I’m going to try using this recipe as well as the chocolate one, for a marble cake(birthday), I was curious, if I added vanilla bean to the white cake, would it taste alright?, I figured the white has vanilla which I’m going to get some clear vanilla, a raspberry filling and a butterceam frosting, I am doing a two layer, and saving the third part of the batter for cup cakes, whoop!🤘🏻🤓. So before I add the vanilla bean which I think it would be fine, and usually I try recipies the way they are first then add stuff, so I can see how the flavor is and texture, but I have by this Thursday to figure this out, I hope you see this post soon lol, if not I’m going for it 😈, Sep.1,2017(big 18)is the birthday Im making this cake for and needs to be frosted at least by friday, I wanted to accent this cake with some chocolate, using acatate paper, to make a lace basket, with fresh raspberries underneath, and chocolate balls, using silicone 1/2 spheres and a smaller size so that the smaller balls will be filled with raspberry syrup and go inside the bigger sphere, and use different cake tips to dip into warm melted chocolate and make holes, around the halfs, then place the smaller filled chocolate inside the hollow spheres and seal it, so you can see them inside (I’m adding in a little modern look), but it is so hard to find of all shapes a half spere cirlce lol, and acatate paper, forget about it, I have to order online from a bakers store, so I’m left with coming up with a completely idea, so I was wondering if you or anyone knew of anything else that will go with this cake, decor wise, I’m sure the cake and frosting will be Amazing!, I do cakes more for hobbies, craft and what not are my thing, so looking up how to frost and pipe if I have to go that route ,will be in order, I will post how the marble cake goes, and rate these cake, thank you so much for sharing and the dedication you took to finding these lovely indulgents!, I hope your days will be lovely! and filled with yummy treats!.
Hi Oriana, I’ve tried your recipe again but I’m struggling to get it to cook through. The cake batter is pretty thick so I’m wondering if I need to be adding extra milk at all? Also, I noticed there is no baking powder in the recipe? Would adding any of this help? Im determined to get this cake right for my little ones birthday but am conscious it’s not far and I’ve not yet had any success.
I was diagnosed with Celiac’s about 4 years ago. I made this lasagna last night using Tinkyada gluten free brown rice lasagna noodles. The only other changes I made was doubling the garlic and adding a pinch of cinnamon to the sauce. I remember eating regular lasagna, both homemade and restaurant, and I have to say this gluten free version I made was literally THE BEST LASAGNA I HAVE EVER EATEN. And my boyfriend said the same thing and he can eat gluten!! I got the Tinkyada noodles at my local health food store. I’m pretty sure they carry them at Wegman’s too. Thank you so much for posting this amazing recipe, it will be my go-to recipe for lasagna in the future.
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I hadn’t heard of this cake before, which is surprising since both my grandmothers lived through The Great Depression and one of them helped her dad with their little dairy farm in west Texas. Both precious grandmothers passed away recently and I needed a bit of nostalgia tonight, so I made this cake.  It turned out very good.  I had to sub with coconut milk and used half coconut sugar, half regular sugar.  My cake has a caramel hint to it.  I also made a mistake and reversed the order of adding the hot milk and flour!!  But that didn’t seem to affect the results.  Thank you for the recipe!
This is the best meat sauce ever. But I tried using the whole wheat noodles and it was not so good. I even added salt to the water, which usually works for us. But this time not so much. But I am not sure what went wrong with the Riccota cheese mix? It came out dry. I will try this again with regular noodles. Any suggestions for the Riccota mix?
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“Similar to my moms cake but we used i think quarter cup mayo, and no canola oil or coffee, and raisins , try it 😉 not salad dressing, real or low fat mayo , she preferred hellmans, raisins optional 😉 ill have to try the coffee ;)”
I am really proud of this vanilla cake. I love its buttery, sweet flavor, and its texture is perfect for simple cakes layered with buttercream and toppings as well as for novelty cakes. It is subtle yet satisfying and tastes homemade and much better than the artificial-vanilla boxed variety. If you’re making one of the novelty cakes, use the pan sizes and baking times specified in the novelty cake recipe. 
Instead of olive oil, I used canola. Instead of beef broth, I solely used low sodium chicken stock. And instead of crimini mushrooms, I used baby bellas. The dish was wonderful! My only gripe was I was hoping for an extra depth of flavor which probably would have come from the beef broth that I left out. I had the leftovers for lunch today and decided to add a little garlic salt and grated parmeson which was delicious and definitely added a little extra flavor I was looking for. Nonetheless a great recipe that I will try again using the correct ingredients.
If your cake is coarse, you most likely did not mix the batter enough. If mixing more does not resolve the problem, it could be because the oven temperature was too low, or too much baking power or soda was used.
Hi Carol! You can definitely try it. I haven’t done it, so I can’t say for sure if the baking time would need to be reduced. I’d keep it at the same temperature, but just check it sooner. It might be done faster. But yes, give it a shot! Thanks. 😀
These were great! I didn’t end up pan searing the pork chops I just put them straight in the oven at 400 degrees, turned them over after 20 minutes and cooked for another 20. Sooo yummy! Will definitely be cooking again and again. Thanks for the recipe!
For quicker cooking, I will often take a thick loin chop and simply pound it thin. A quick fry on each side for browning, and two chops for 2 minutes in my microwave, followed by a 3-4 minute rest, and they are nicely done for two.
Hi. I just made this cake and was wondering if it’s supposed to be light and airy or dense because I just made this and it was dense and a little on the dry side. Do you have any ideas as to what I may have done wrong? I’ve been cooking for 30 years but am just a recipe follower.
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I tried this for the first time (of many to come) this morning. I split it into two 8″ pans, one for breakfast and one for my husband’s work potluck. It was so delicious, the second pan barely made it to work! 🙂
If your recipe calls for greasing and flouring the pan, use a paper towel or pastry brush to evenly spread shortening or butter (or nonstick cooking spray) on the bottom, corners, and 1 inch up the sides of the pan. Sprinkle a little flour into the pan; tap the pan so the flour covers all greased surfaces. Tap out any extra flour into the sink.
A bottle of your family’s favorite barbecue sauce and sweet orange marmalade will help you get this meal ready fast! Sweet orange marmalade is slightly less bitter than traditional orange marmalade, but if you’d prefer a less sweet sauce, either works fine in this recipe. Soy sauce will help to offset the sugary-sweet marmalade mixture as it caramelizes on the grilled pork chops, and red pepper adds the perfect amount of heat. We used Jack Daniel’s Original No. 7 Barbecue Recipe Grilling Sauce. Using thin, boneless pork chops will reduce the cook time even more. Even picky eaters will love these flavorful pork chops.
Bring a large pot of well-salted water to a boil. Working batches, cook the lasagna noodles until they are soft and pliable but not limp, 6 to 7 minutes. Remove the pasta from the boiling water and lay flat on a sheet tray to cool. Reserve.
Super easy and delicious! The grocery store had packaging in the exact amounts that the recipie called for, which was convenient. I had a little extra cheese mix and sauce left over, probably because the noodles I used didn’t quite fill the pan, so I added an extra layer, and used ricotta instead of cottage cheese. Had to cook a tad longer, probably because the extra layer, but wasn’t an issue for us! Glad I chose this recipe.