Has everyone heard of Hawaiian Haystacks?! I had a friend over for dinner last week and she had never heard of or had Hawaiian Haystacks! I couldn’t believe it.
Instant Pot Hawaiian Haystacks--super kid friendly recipe. The bonus is that you make the chicken, sauce and rice all at the same time in your Instant Pot.
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Get Out The Big Pots. If quantity cooking was as simple as multiplication life would be easier all around. However, as anyone put in the place of converting a recipe for two into something that will feed the whole family reunion or a cafeteria of hungry kids will know -- life is not that simple.
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Creamy slow cooker chicken corn chowder is the perfect easy, and delicious set it and forget it crockpot soup to warm you all season long.
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Your family will love this easy slow cooker chicken covered in buttery Ritz crackers. You can throw this recipe together in a matter of minutes and have an amazing dinner ready to go by dinnertime! This is my family's favorite slow cooker chicken recipe!
5 thoughts on “ Man Pleasin’ Country Fried Pork Cutlets ” Renee September 18, 2013 at 1:55 pm. This is an excellent dish. At our house we serve it with lemon and over easy eggs on top (ala holstein). Also, an alternative to the pork are chicken cutlets.
This Chicken Salad recipe is the perfect dish for a luncheon or a shower. The presentation when served on this tomato flower is so cute and it just screams “chick food”, don’t you think?