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Pork Chop Schnitzel

  What a simple, tender and easy recipe that is so quick to make! Only six ingredients and so much delicious taste! All you need is boneless pork chops, or a pork loin cut into pork chops like I do, to make this fabulous tasting Pork Chop Schnitzel!   Ingredients – Yes that’s it!   Put the saltine crackers in […]

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Fork Tender Baked Round Steak

When I was growing up money was tight and we didn’t usually have steak. However, my mom use to make this delicious Fork Tender Baked Round Steak and I loved it. We use to fight over who would eat the bone marrow from the bone and we ended up taking turns. Now I get the bone marrow all myself…..every time! […]

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Simple Foolproof & Delicious Gravy

Do you buy canned gravy? When you make your own gravy is it always lumpy and tastes bad? For years I bought canned gravy because I had tried everything and my gravy would never turn out good….until I made it this way! For step by step directions and a printable recipe card click the link below: https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/11/07/easy-meatless-gravy   http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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Italian Meatballs

My husband gave me a break today and made the grandkids and myself homemade Italian Meatballs with spaghetti. He even did all of the dishes! This week just gets better and better! They tasted very good and were easy to make. He baked them in the oven and then simmered them in the spaghetti sauce…fabulous!     Ingredients   In […]

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Cheesy Pasta Taco Casserole

I love pasta and I love taco’s so I thought, why not combine the two? This is one of the tastiest casseroles I have ever created! I seasoned the ground beef with taco seasoning and combined it with the rest of the ingredients. Top it off with Mexican cheese that is melted under the broiler and garnished with fresh tomatoes, […]

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Over 4,000 Followers

I can not believe there are this many wonderful people following me! I just want to say thank you for making my dream come true. I have made some of the best cyber friends and I have learned so much from your blogs as well. Your wonderful stories, pictures, recipes and whatever inspires you have been so enjoyable to me. […]

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It’s A Boy!

This is the faces of new grandparents! My son and his wife just had their first baby and it’s a boy! So needless to say, I didn’t have time to cook and we ate out just before visiting my new grandson! My son said it best, ”He’s perfect!” http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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Beef Heart Stew

Once again, I don’t like to waste a wonderful piece of beef meat. The heart is very good to eat but it can be a little challenging to cut up so make sure you have a sharp knife! Making Beef Heart Stew is as easy as any other beef stew but with it’s own delicious unique flavor. Once you cut […]

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Soft Pumpkin Cookies

If you love pumpkin and a soft delicious cookie, you will love these Soft Pumpkin Cookies. They are amazing with a cream cheese frosting or a buttercream frosting if you like a sweeter cookie. To view the step by step directions and to print off the recipe card click the link below: https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/10/05/pumpkin-cookies

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Microwave Sliced Potatoes

These are not only delicious but an elegant potato dish to serve to your guests and family. Microwave Sliced Potatoes are fabulous if you fix them the right way. You can create so many different variations just by using different herbs and cheese. The combination in this recipe was so good! Click the link below for step by step directions […]

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Bacon & Ranch Pea Salad

This Creamy Ranch Pea Salad is my favorite way to eat peas. All of the different flavors are a perfect combination. This is wonderful for the holidays because it can be made up ahead of time and refrigerated until just before you are ready to eat. Click the link below for the printable recipe and step by step directions. https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/12/26/creamy-ranch-pea-salad

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Slow Cooker Beef Tongue

We buy a side of beef every year and I always ask for the tongue, heart, and tail. Most people feel these should be pitched but if fixed correctly they are all amazing! The tongue is nothing more than a muscle. Think of how tender it is because it is constantly being used. It is very simple to fix and after […]

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Pumpkin Bread

What a great bread for the holidays! Pumpkin is one of my favorite kinds of pies, cookies, bread or just about any dessert. This Pumpkin Bread recipe is as easy as it gets! It is a delicious and moist recipe that you mix with a spatula or whisk. I adapted this recipe from a Taste of Homes magazine recipe back […]

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Baked Fish

I grew up fishing for Perch and that’s what I cooked today. I don’t make a lot of healthy meals but this isn’t too bad. The breading is only on the top side of the fish and they bake in just 10 minutes without all that grease from frying but you still get the wonderful flavor of the breading.   […]

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Blueberry or Blackberry Cobbler

Those of you that follow me may remember that I grow my own blueberries. This year was absolutely amazing with the amount of blueberries that I picked! My freezer has many gallon bags filled with blueberries so I figured it was time to use some up. This recipe is a simple one to make with a whole lot of flavor. […]

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Open Face Omelette

I was never good at making a traditional omelette so I created this Open Face Omelette. Not only was it very easy but also very good! This is a simple breakfast with scrambled eggs on the bottom, hash browns on the eggs then top it off with cheese….so good! I served this with sausage patties on the side and what […]

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Baked Frozen Green Beans

Do you have Frozen Green Beans in your freezer? I wanted to try something different with our Frozen Green Beans that we picked from our garden and I am so glad that I did! There weren’t any leftovers and my 4-year-old grandson went back for seconds! Of course the secret to the great taste is the bacon…lol   Ingredients   […]

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Amish Chocolate Pudding

“Old Fashion” Amish Chocolate Pudding just like I remember as a kid. Only four simple ingredients and one great taste! It tastes nothing like those little plastic cups of chocolate pudding full of preservatives and whatever else they put in there. This is the type of pudding that forms a skin on top unless you cover it with plastic wrap. […]

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