The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 7, 1968 · Page 49
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 49

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 7, 1968
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Fall Menu Planning? Remember The Hot Sandwich English er or hot dog buns, muffins or toast. mmm "m-'-'-:(e v".':--: ::A':';':'-xV7:'::: N:;;: 1 pound frankfurters, sliced crossw ise in U inch pieces 1.' eorn tortillas Shredded cheese Shredded lettuce Cook on on in 1 tablespoon oil until lender: stir in frankfurters, corn and tomato sauce with cheese. Simmer, covered. 10 to 15 minutes. Meanwhile, lightly crisp torti llas in oil: fold and drain on paper towels. Fill with frank furter mixture, cheese and lettuce. Serve immediately with forks. Makes 6 servings. NOTE: If desired, omit tortillas, cheese and lettuce. Spoon frank mixture oer cornbread squares, franktur-ther or hamburger buns, split and toasted. CORNY FRANK TACOS 1 medium onion, chopped Pure vegetable oil 1 can (12 ounces) whole kernel corn with sweet peppers, drained 'I cans (it ounces each) tomato sauce with cheese 1 y A'- i Post and Times The Palm Beach Corny Frank Tacos are a bright and bouncy way to coax vegetables into kids. Simply combine canned whole kernel corn (the kind with red and green sweet peppers) with canned tomato sauce and sliced franks. Kids love hot dogs in any form and they're also partial to foods cooked in fresh-tasting tomato sauce. Mixing vegetables or other foods kids sometimes aren't enthused about with favorite foods is a sugar-coating trick wise moms have known for years. We show the colorful frank mixture heaped into oil-crisped tortilla shells to make tacos. Shredded cheese and lettuce top off these Mexican inspired "sandwiches." However, depending on what you have on hand, you could also serve this nourishing frank mixture on toasted cornbread squares, hamburg WA SECTION FOOD K J RECIPES family V ywf s? NEWS V y Till RSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 18 i w r i :! . . ?i . f hi 'win. WWh it t ? 1 1 Corny F rank Tacos Feature Corn-I ranks IMix In Tortilla Shells Raisin Bread Livens Sandwiches ran) daft 1 A. Duma e i ' i Turkey sulad with almonds and Swiss cheese, toasted to perfection between slices of fresh raisin bread. Sounds yood? Good, indeed, (or the highest of HiKh teas, lunch or brunch. The raisin bread you buy at your grocers is nood sandwich assurance good with peanut butter and jelly, Kood with ham, surprisingly good with tuna. You needn't start and stop with sandwiches, though. Raisin bread is interesting in almost any recipe that calls for bread. A natural in puddings, rather exotic in stuffings and really great buttered hot and served with fresh fruit and whipped cream. You'll also find it unusually good under curried eggs, chipped beef and the like. (iKIIXKI) KAISIN BKEAI) TIKKEY SANDWICH l'i cups chopped cooked turkey I tablespoon finely chopped onion i tablespoons chopped piinien-to 3 tablespoons chopped almonds cup grated Swiss cheese '; cup mayonnaise I I teaspoon seasoned salt Sslices raisin bread Melted butter Combine turkey, onion, pi-miento, almonds, cheese, mayonnaise and salt. Spread over 1 slices of raisin bread; top with remaining slices. Bi ush both sides of each sandwich with butter. Toast in sai dwich grill or under broiler, (iarnish with ripe olives and pickles. Makes I servings. 1 H;l i : I xrmrrnnnmnm jjhiVfljfjjlHj H i f. I: I 4 ' ..-I'.'-f - - l . i ft 1 i i f t. ( FLAVOR IDEA Team turkey, Swiss cheese and other ingredients, put the mixture between raisin bread sliees, grill and . . . nun mm! jUSDA ( (choice ) ( AGED i 1095 N. Military Tr., W.P.B. 683-681 1 HOME FREEZER MEATS HIND SIDES ib.59 FOREQUARTER LB. 49( Spicy Salami Makes A Saturday Supper 69 LB CUT & WRAPPED TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS V " .NO DOWN PAYMENT - BUDGET PLAN iff " ' - ( . FREE2E-DRIEDC0FFEe spread it around" S.i'Kluich miNils iirc rca'. 'tmiMi sa'ci's" hcciiusc Ihcv require a minimum of lime antl ctfoii in Ihe kiti hcn. Sui'c In rale at the top of your list of sandwich favorites this year are Salami Supper Sandwiches, which score hicji both on flavor and ease of preparation. Prepare Salami Supper Sandwiches Ijy simmerini; together diced collo salami, tomatoes and ureen pepper with seasonings ol orcano and basil. ( II you wish, prepare the salami lilHim ahead and store covered in the refrigerator. At serving time, reheat the mixture and proceed as the recipe directs, i Next, place cheese slices on the bottom halves of Kasier rolls Ihe cheese on the bottom of the sandwiches keeps the filling from soaking into the bread and top with Ihe salami mixture. Broil Ihe sandwiches quickly, just till 'he cheese melts, then whisk hem piping hot to the table. Nice "ko withs" are coin hips, sliced cucumbers and emaloos and ejvon beans. Sandwiches like Salami Supper Sandwiches provide h it; h quality nourishment a factor all mothers appreciate. KNKK'IIKI) breads provide i ssenlial IS vitamins, the mineral iron and cereal protein, and nutritious Idlings round out the sandwich with other important nutrients. SALAMI SITI'KK SAM) W'H'IIKS (i sandwiches 1 , pound sliced ditto salami I cup chopped tomato ( 1 medium tomato) 1 , cup chopped green pepper I I teaspoon oregano 1 1 teaspoon sweet basil li lar;e Kaiser rolls (round hard rolls) 6 1-onnce slices process American or natural brick cheese Cut salami into '- inch squares. In a saucepan, combine salami, tomato, green pepper, oregano and basil; bring to a boil. Simmer gently, uncovered, .'10 minutes. Cut rolls in half. Cover bottom halves with cheese slices and then salami mixture. Place tops and bottoms of lolls on ungreased baking sheet. Broil, in preheated broi 1 ers, until cheese melts, and tops of rolls are brown. Close sandwiches and serve hot. Serve with corn chips, if desired. Total preparation time; 45 minutes. And that's a promise. Because we were so embarrassed. There you were buying so much Maxim' Coffee that, in some stores, we ran out on you. We know a lot of people liked the fresh-perked taste of Maxim Freeze-Dried Coffee. 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