Monday, November 8, 2010

Pork Cops Smothered in Aunt Nellie’s Goodness Give away

A couple of weeks ago I was approached by Aunt Nellie’s who make the fabulous Ruby Red Beets, Ruby Red Pickled Beets and Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage to create a recipe or two and to try out their products.  I was already a fan of Aunt Nellie’s goodness and had already used their fabulous Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage on many occasions so I wanted to share this recipe with you. I make it with both baby Back Ribs or with Pork Chops and or Boneless Chicken Breasts it is just Fabulous.
Pork Cops Smothered in Aunt Nellie’s Goodness Ingredients:
1 Package of Pork chops or Baby back Ribs
½ a cup of gluten free all purpouse Flour seasoned with ½ teaspoon Salt and ½ teaspoon Pepper
3 Tablespoons Olive Oil
2 cups cut up Butternut Squash cubed
1 large onion sliced
8 Yukon Gold Potatoes peeled and cut in half
4 cups water
1 Jar of Aunt Nellie’s Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage. 

Dredge Meat in gluten free flour that is seasoned with salt and pepper.

In a Enameled Dutch Oven Brown the meat with half of the Olive Oil in the bottom of the pan Remove Meat. 
Next add the remainder of the Olive Oil and add the cubed butternut squash, Yukon gold potatoes and onions; cook until onions are caramelized.
 Next add back in the Meat and Smother with Aunt Nellie’s Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage. Last add water to the sides and cook at 325 degrees  for about 1 hour and a half.


Bon Appetite!

Sheila Fretz


  1. Oooh, looks yummy! I think I'd make my homemade applesauce and biscuits as a side. When I was in highschool, we lived on 8 acres with an apple orchard. In the fall, the smell of apples was everywhere, in our car, our garage, our house. Our cider was just the best, so apples in the fall are a natural for me. Thanks for letting me know about your giveaway! I follow you on twitter, just followed you on facebook, and I'll follow Aunt Nellie's on twitter as soon as I leave the comment! xoxoxo Have a wonderful week, sweetie!

  2. I follow you! I'd eat the cabbage with chicken and dumplings!

  3. Oooh cabbage and beets sounds delicious!! I do follow you on twitter and I believe I follow you on FB too but I got to double check! :)

  4. I follow Aunt Nellies on Facebook.

  5. I follow Aunt Nellies on Twitter.

  6. I Follow CookUnderwriter on Twitter.

  7. I love the cabbage just alone for a snack.

  8. I Follow The Cooking Underwriter on Facebook.

  9. I follow Aunt Nellie’s on twitter @immortalb4 :)

  10. I follow Aunt Nellies on Facebook too!

  11. I also am one of your GFC followers!

  12. And I would make some lovely borscht and probably a pork dish as well. Although I love cabbage. So many possibilities!