Thursday, January 7, 2010

Smothered Pork Chop Recipe


2(6-8 oz) Loin Pork Chops

1/2 Medium Onion chopped

1/2 Medium Bell Pepper chopped

1/2 Cube of Chicken Bouillon

1 Garlic clove grated

2/4 C. Flour

1/2 C. Vegetable Oil

1/4 C. Milk

1/4 C. Water

2 Tbsp. Seasoning salt

2 Tbsp. Ground Black Pepper

1/2 tsp. Cayenne Pepper

2 Tsp. Garlic salt


1. Chop onion, and bell pepper, and grate garlic.

2. Heat oil in medium skillet, place your onion and bell pepper in skillet saute until onions are translucent

3. Take out onions and bell pepper and place in a bowl and sit aside.

4. Next place seasoning salt, cayenne pepper, garlic salt, and ground pepper on both sides of your pork chop.

5. Use 1/4C. flour to coat your pork chops, then place them in the skillet on medium heat.

6. Cook until brown on both sides and are completely done on the inside.

7. Take out pork chops and place on a plate and sit aside. Next add the other 1/4C. flour to the skillet and brown flour.

8. Add water, milk and stir vigurously with a fork until smooth. Now add garlic and the chicken bouillon cube. Also place onions and bell pepper back into skillet.

9. Mix well then place 2 pork chops back into the skillet and cover your chops with gravy.

10. Cover and let simmer for 10 minutes.


CupCakes are my alL tiMe favOrite in the wOrlD. I know how to make all sOrts from the simple everyday favorite to the most complex. I never really knew how many different type of cupcaKes were really out there. I can't really say that I have a favorite because I LOVE them all. I've made suGar-free to loads of sugar. I made my graNny special cupcakes using splenDa for the sugar. I believe this is my hiDDen talent to cook & to bake. Todays special cupcake wilL be "Chocolate Delight" i can't wait!

Smothered Pork Chops

Ok so laSt night I made Smothered pOrk chOps for the very first time. If you ask me I say they turned out pretty good. Now fried foods and unhealthy foods are NOT allowed in my house. So I had to do alot of persuading for my mother to let me make these. It was all worth it in the eND.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Fierce Jambalaya Recipe

I thought I would share the delicious recipe since I enjOyed it so much another family can too.

14 oz. can Diced tomatoes

1/4 pound Cooked smoked sausage

1/2 - 3/4 pound Fresh shrimp

1/2 pound Chicken (Thigh)

1 cup Long grain rice

1/2 medium onion diced

1/2 medium green bell pepper diced

1 Tbsp. Dried parsley

1 Tbsp. Chicken bouillon

2 Whole garlic cloves grated

2/4 tsp. Cayenne pepper

1/2 tsp. Garlic powder

1 Tbsp. Seasoning Salt

1/2 tsp. Black pepper

1/4 tsp. Salt

1 Bay leaf

Cheddar Cheese (Optional)


1. Boil your chicken thighs in plain water for 30-45 mins

2. Put your rice on to boil

3. Cut up your sausage in 1/4" circles, then start to clean your shrimp

4. In a medium bowl add salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, bay leaf, and parsley flakes then sit to the side.

5. Place a drizzle of olive oil in a medium skillet then add your onions, and bell pepper, saute until onions are translucent.

6. Then add your shrimp, cook until pink which is about 2-3 minutes on both sides

7. Add the sausage into the skillet

8. Add can of diced tomatoes as well

9. Now get your bowl of dry ingredients and mix into the skillet with your shrimp and sausage.

10. At this time sit the skillet mixture to the side and take your chicken off from boiling.

11. Cut chicken up into slices or pull apart off bone.

12. Rice is done at this point so you need to add rice into the skillet mixture as well as your chicken and mix together over low-medium heat.

Optional: Add Cheddar Cheese on top or mix through your jambalaya.


Fierce Jambalaya

The other night I made the most fierce Jambalaya ever. I've made it before but this one took the cake. It was Chicken, Shrimp, and Sausage Jambalaya southern style. It took me an hour and a half including the prep work. Im not a huge fan of rice with out butter and sugar but this dish made me have a change of heart. I took some to my great grandmother's house and she tried it, now she hardly gives out compliments on food but that day was a good day. She told me "that was the best jambalaya I've ever had thus far". I was filled with joy from hearing that.
So "The Good, The Bad, & The Delicious"
This took the running lead for Delicious.