The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1951 · Page 15
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 105! Home Made Frostings Still Best for Cakes BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NKWS '.,.••'•• H: i ghi ~~ PAGE FIFTEEN BY EDGAR MAKT1N Bf GAVNOR MAUBOX NEA Food and Markets Editor ' Home-made cake and luscious frosting is an old American Sunday custom. With fruit or ice cream, a slice of Mother's cake or cup cakes, covered with her favorite frosting, L* something to look forward to v M|»v women today use the cake mi«s now on the market. But they still want to make their own frost- Inge. Fluffy Fruit Frosting (Make> 4!i cups frosting) Two cups sugar, 1 teaspoon light corn syrup, 2/3 cup water, 2 whites, stiflly beaten, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 cup chopped fruit (for fruit, use 1 cup raisins or com| .bine raisins with small amounts of maraschino cherries, candied citron or candied orange peel). <i cup nut meats or shredded coconut, chopped. Combine susar, corn syrup and water. Bring quickly to a boil, stirring only until sugar is dissolved Boil rapidly, without stirring, until a small amount of syrup forms a soft ball in cold water, or spins a long thread when dropped from tip of spoon (or to a temperature of 240 degrees F.) Pour syrup In fine stream over egg whites, beating constantly. Add lemon juice, Continue beating with rotary egg beater 10 to 15 minutes. or until frosting is cool and of con- wooden thick enough to spread. Sprinkle almonds on top of cake and cover with frosting, or fold into frosting before spreading. Note: Toasted walnut meals may be substituted for the almonds, If desired. Cheese Timbales Are Easy to fix Meal-in-a-Dish Ideal For Busy Housewives . And It's Economical A in eal-in-a-dish dinner Is grand idea for busy homemakers. It is easy to prepare, easy to serve, and easy on dishwashing. This tantalizing meal-in-a-dish combines a flavorsome tomato vegetable medley with noodle cheese tlmbales. Cheese Timbales Hj-2 cups cooked noodles or macaroni 2 eggs beaten salt pepper 1 cup grated American cheese IV. cups milk Cook the noodles in salted boil- '. WU.S. ."bWi'«, l» -5H' \AV5\Ni' ROOM~] »OW . W\vJ\»V ft VXVXVV -XoniM^t . i split frankfurters lengthwise with- frankfurter with a strip of baooa out culling all the way through, before It goes In the oven and in- Pill with bean-pickle stuffing. Place ! crease the baking time to 30 mln- • - ,.-.-,.-- .-- ...... , , — - ,--* in a baking pan and bake in a hot oven MOO degrees F.) for 20 minutes. , If desired, wrap each stuffed These Four Tasty Main-Dish Items Help Reduce Food Bill Cropping the food bill Is a major undertaking for homecakers todny. With their problem In mind, Rcba Staggs, home economist, suggests 'our tasty main dishes that are on he thrifty side and yet will provide the family with necessary nutrients. sausage-bean casserole leads :ng water until to six portions tender. Divide in- nd .place in six sistency to spread. Use spoon when too stiff for beater, [margarined Individual baking dish- Fold In fruits and nut meats or es - Mf * together the beaten eggs. salt, pepper, cheese, and milk. Pour over the noodles. Place the baking dishes in a shallow pan oi hot water and bake in a moderate oven C350 to 375 degrees F.I for 25 to coconut. Ivory Frosting WlMake* 4!i cups frosting) Tro egg whites, unbeaten, ',i- brown sugar, firmly packed, 1U cnpa granulated sugar, dash of salt, W cup water. 1 teaspoon vanilla. *?i cup almonds, blanched, chopped and toasted. Combine egg whites, sugars, -salt and water in top of double boiler. Beat with rotary egg beater or electric beater 1 minute, or until thoroughly mixed. Cook over rapidly boiling water, beating constantly with rotary egg beater 7 minutes, or until frosting- will stand in stiff peak*. (Stir frosting up from bottom snd aides of pan occasionally with rubber Rpoon). scraper, spatula, or Remove from boiling water. Add . 30 minutes. Remove from baking dishes. Tomato McdJer 4 tablespoons margarine la cup sliced onion 2 tablespoons flour 2 cups canned or cooked tomatoes 'l green pepper, sliced 1 cup chopped celery 1 cup corn, Jim as, or peas salt .pepper Brown the onion lightly in margarine. Stir in flour. When browned, pour in tomatoes, pepper, celery, and other vegetables, Season with salt and pepper. Cook until all vanilla and beat I minute, or until vegetables are tender. Top with ed onion, green pepper and colcry cup of rice and a tomatoes, simmer range the rice No. 2 can 1,-f i top of the i is tender orl Cup Cakes Aid Hospitality New Recipe Lowers Time Spent in Kitchen Over the week-end when friends ] drop in, cup cakes—and I mean A the list. For this dish combine 2 cups canned or frozen lima beans with a cup of cooked or canned tomatoes, season with onion, a bit of ^ fourth choice -is made by eom- dry mustard and top with pork i billing 4 ounces of chipped beef with sausage links. Cook In a 360 F. oven 2 CU P5 cooked noodles in a cheese sauce. This combination may IK about 30 minutes. For another range-top dish, brownj really wonderful- cup cakes—can one pound of ground beef in a heavy help' with your hospitality But frying-pan. To the meal add a cup | there is no' need for long" hours for 30 to 40 minutes. Spanish rice with meat Is another choice. One pound of ground beef is stretched into 6 to 8 servings. Brown the meat, Ihen combine it with dic- Potato Doughnuts Will Make Food News at Home, Economist Says Want doughnut new* at your house? .Then make these unusual potato doughnuts, suggests Reba Staggs, home economist. Of course, plan to do it In the cooler morning hours, then you'll have the perfect addition to breakfast and your lunch or dinner dessert. You know their popularity at the breakfast table. For a dinner treat, frost the "fried cakea" with R creamy confectioners' of diced celery and a can of con-Jin the- kitchen.- This recipe will ! rlensed mushroom soup. Heat for^l-rove it: about 30 minutes. . Crunchy Spice Cakes {.Makr.s 24 cupcakes! One package instant white cake mix. 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 4 lea- spoon nutmeg, !i teaspoon cloves, 1-1/4 cups milk. 2 tablespoons molasses. 1/2 cup brown sugar, firtrrly packed, 1/3 cup chopped pecan meats. 8 marshmallows, cut In quarters. Turn cake mix into bowl; add -spices. Add >, cup of the milk Blend, then beat 2 minutes. Add molasses and remaining milk. Blend, then beat 1 minute longer. Pickles Add Zip To Thrift Foods Pickles add zip to inexpensive oort.s, taking the monotony out of uriget meals. Bean-Pickle Stuffed Frankfurters (.Makes 4-3 servings) One I-pound can pork and baked raiw, l l cup sweet pickle iclbih, 1 ablespcon chili sauce, 10 frank- urtors. ID a mixing bowl, ma^Vi the cans .slightly; mix tn relish and nil! sauce. With a sharp knife, topped with fine buttered bread, crumbs or crushed corn flakes and; heated in a 300 F. oven for 30 to 45 minutes. icing and serve topped with of vanilla ice cream. Potato Doughnut* 6 cups sifted enriched flour 7 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon nutmeg 3 eggs, beaten ft. dip cheese timbalea. servings. Tills yieldi six FDR SUNDAY DINNER! FRESH DRESSED Fryers OR Hens LB. 49 C Mother's Best—Plain or Self Rising FLOUR Plain 25 Ibs. 2.17 • Self Rising 2.21 PEACHES"- N c™ 4-o 1.00 APPLE JUICE «' 32o.25< HUMKO 3 dL. 79<z SUNSHINE CRACKERS 25 £ • | ^^ A ^\ Part Cane g" M f^ ^^^J^JjP^§V Domino or Godchaux ^J Lbs. ^fjfff. WHITING FISH 10 - 1.22 SAUSAGE C W 3"< 98* LIVER rp % p °«" d 2T# BUTTER s " us k - 65< PACONENDS sr '" d - 22< APPLES Washington State , Delicious Lb. 110 SWEET POTATOES *. 80 MAYS' IGA Super Market Plenty of Parking Spac* 421 S. 21st Rememher, It fays To Shop With Mays' 2 cups sugar !i cups warm mashed potatoes 6 tablespoons melted lard •V cup milk Lard for deep-fat frying Silt flour with baking powder, salt and nutmeg. Combine eggs, sugar, potatoes and lard; continue beating. Add milk and blend. Add dry ingredients and mix onlv until flour disappears. Chill. Place about VI of the dough at a time on a lightly-floured cloth or board, Sprlnkie surface of dough lightly with flour and roll to H inch in thickness, Cut with floured doughnut cutter. Pry In hot deep lard (350P.) until golden brown. Drain. Roll In granulated or confectioners' sugar it desired, Yield: 4 dozen doughnuts. <Beat, cake vigorously by hand or fit low speed of electric, mixer.) 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