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Reviewed Southern Fried Chicken
"commenting on salt content: haven't made this yet, but if you make Paula Deen recipes she gives you the recipe to make her House Seasoning. you don't need to use the ENTIRE amount of House Seasoning for this recipe of fried chicken. you make the batch of seasoning and season to taste.
will be trying out this recipe soon, hopefully I can give it a""
"love this recipe! I live in New Mexico so fajitas are found at many local restaurants n this recipe in particular's exactly what I was lookin for. I have a cast iron ridged grill pan so I heat it up over medium n once preheated, turn it down jus a bit and everything cooked perfectly. the 1st time I made this, I followed the recipe exactly and ended up with very tender beef and the great tasting veggies but I have my own guacamole recipe, so I skipped over that. after that first time, though, I cut up my meat (beef and chicken) and let it marinade in strips and for some reason my beef ended up much more tough and harder to eat while the chicken has always kept a great texture and perfectly tender regardless. highly recommend this recipe! p.s. I added extra chipolte chiles and it seemed a lil strong for me.. for extra spice, I'd say stick with the 3 chipolte peppers as listed but add diced jalapeno to the marinade. if you eat salsa with them that should provide some extra spice, too.
Reviewed Braised Short Ribs
"was looking for a braised short rib recipe and this was the 1st one I tried - haven't needed to try any other ones, this one is it! I followed this recipe exactly the first time around and my ribs were just falling off the bone, fork tender.. and the mashed potatoes I made to go alongside these ribs were just sopping up the braising liquid, perfect! I've made them a few times since and my girlfriend loves them just as much as me, as well as the few friends that have been fortunate enough to stop by for a visit when I'm making them. The only thing I do different now is I make them in my dutch oven on the stovetop simmering on low-low/medium for the same amount of time. keeping this recipe forever!