In Response to Re: Fried Chicken?:
That sounds great Gale ..... all I do is cut a skinless, boneless chicken breast into smaller pieces, smash in some flour and fry in hot canola oil. I'd like to try something better. Thanks. Next trip to grocery I'll look for Panko. I recently made the really good BBQ beef cooked in crock pot (my first crock pot cooking!). I want to try that recipe with pork so I bought a pork tenderloin - it's in the freezer right now. I LOVE LOVE LOVE a fried pork tenderloin sandwich at a restaurant (of course, served with cole slaw - lol - boy, I eat a lot of cole slaw made correctly with Miracle Whip - lol) There is no butcher in local stores but I have my own little meat tenderizer mallet and use it with confidence. lol -- A pork sandwich sounds SO good right now I'm thinking of delaying the BBQ pork and making some sandwiches today.
Posted by Nancy G
LOL,Nancy you and that miracle whip.My mom used miracle whip too.I'm a mayo girl,I used the Helman's with canola oil.I do use miracle whip on BLT's I think that taste's better.I like coleslaw too,but I make a dressing with MAYO,apple cider vinegar,sugar,salt and pepper and I always get complements on my coleslaw.I also use that dressing on mac salad and potato salad.