Note: I added two mashed bananas and 1/4 c. flax meal. Yummy!
I had never heard of this before but apparently it’s a very popular Portuguese dish, and it was DELICIOUS! It smelled amazing while it was cooking. I had chorizo sausage that I didn’t know what to do with and upon Googling, I found this recipe. We all liked it. Bill said he would like it over eggs in the morning. This will be a staple during cold winter months.
We served it over mashed yams. You could also put it over cauliflower rice.
I doubled the recipe using ground grass-fed beef as well.
DELICIOUS!!!! And you can’t get much easier!
Very easy and tasty. I made it in the crockpot with chicken tenderloins, added thinly sliced zucchini and chopped mushrooms (because we had them around and I wanted to get more veggies in the meal), and doubled the lime & cilantro (because I love them). I would like to try it sometime in the oven, though, because this photo makes it look delicious!
I didn’t make them the way the recipe shows because I didn’t want to try to take the time to cut cubes of squash out of an uncooked butternut squash. I cut the squash in half top to bottom and scooped out the seeds, pierced the skin a few times with a fork, and microwaved it. The sticker on the squash said 2-3 minutes per pound.
After it was tender, I scooped it out into a bowl, added a few tablespoons of butter, stirred that to combine, and then sprinkled it with salt & pepper.
The link will show two recipes but I only made the mashed squash so far. The seared pork chops look good too, and I’ll be trying them.
Total hit. Everyone in the house loved it and chowed down. The sauce was awesome over mashed squash!!
I used 2.25 lbs. of boneless, skinless chicken breasts and doubled the recipe for the sauce.