The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1959 · Page 31
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 31

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MEAT PIE \ • • ' * , i» 6 Bisquick ways to' make other good foods go further! Meat Pto ... look what 1^ Ib. stewing beef can do, cooked, seasoned, and topped with Bisquick Meat Pie Topping (directions on Bisquick pkg.). Or use leftover meat. : Hamburger Onion Pie. Extra-delicious, way to feed six, using just 1 Ib. hamburger! Mix H cup cream and 1 cup Bisquick. Roll to fit 9' pie pan. Saut£ hamburger with 2 sliced onions, season to taste; .spread in pie pan. Mix 2 eggs, beaten with 1 cup cottage cheese, and pour mixture over meat; sprinkle top with paprika. Bake 30 min. at 375°. Sausage Sandwich, tomato sauce. Season 1 Ib. bulk pork sausage (or hamburger) with salt, pepper, chopped onion. Shape into 12 patties, brown in hot fat. Mix % cup cream, 2 cups Bisquick; roll out. Cut into 3* rounds and place patty between two rounds. Press with fork, prick tops. Bake 15 min, at 400° 6 servings with tomato sauce. Meat Turnovers. Just one 12-oz. can of corned beef becomes 8 satisfying meat portions in these light, biscuit-y turnovers. .Naturally, leftover corned beef is good, too. Mix % cup cream and 2 cups Bisquick; knead gently, roll into eight 5* squares. Fill .with meat, fold over, seal. Bake 15 min. at 400". Salmon Swirl* (not shown) ... 1 can of salmon serves 8! Or use leftover fish. Make Biscuit dough (see Bisquick pkg.), roll out as for jelly roll. Spread with filling: 1-lb. can salmon, 1 cup diced celery, H cup mayonnaise, seasoned with onion, lemon juice, and salt. Roll up, cut into 8 slices, Bake 15 to 20 min, at 450°. Serve with mushroom sauce. Chicken and Dumpings (not shown) ... a 4-lb. stewing chicken is very thrifty and goes a long, delectable way when served with Gravy and Dumplings (easy directions on Bisquick pkg.). 6 servings. Or use leftover chicken if you have enough. This is our way of showing you how your Bisquick can help you when you need a budget-stretcher. If you serve one or more of these main dishes, as the occasion arises, you'll be pleasantly surprised at how they save you money . . . and win you compliments, too. You'll see why we say . . » "Bisquick's going to help you more than any other package in the grocery store!" Here's how Bisquick saves you the money The average family (4) spending $10.37 for the main dish in six dinners at home at various times, could stretch the dinner- dollar by using Bisquick . . . spend only $5.93. These figures are based on food prices in Minneapolis as of May, 1958. Recipes are generally based on at least 6 portions for 4-person family. COST OF MEAT AND BISQUICK Chicken and Dumplings $2.05 Sausage Sandwich..' ......$ .58 Meat Turnovers... .$ .63 Moat Pie $1.07 Salmon Swirls $ .72 Hamburger-Onion-Pie*..... .$ .88 •Cottage ch««M, cm* •r« «dd«d protein In pl«c* ol m»«t. $5.93 MEAT TURNOVERS

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