The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1949 · Page 15
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^a&y- THURf 1SDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1949 (ARK.) COUKTEft PAGE FIFTEEN Unusual Methods HelpHomemaker Cooking Preparation Varied With Recipes, Type Meat Desired Whether Hie iiomemakeivuses the top of the range or the oven, there's wide variety in braking richly flavored pork chops, according to Reba Staggs, home economist. In the basic method of , cooking pork chops to develop llieir tiue full flavor, they are placed In a frj'ing- Pa» and slowly browned on ,both sides In llieir own fat. or In a small amount of added fat. The meat Is Reasoned ,the pan tightly coverec and the chops allowed to cook until done. Following this procedure, chops (• easily prepared Spanish-style Browned chops are spread with a mixture of catchup a»d dry mustard Added to the frying-pan ts a com •bmation of vinegar, water and su- Ear, the pan is covered and the mea I allowed to cook slowly for about 45 minutes. • • For more variation, pork chop. ! may be Downed, than sniothere' j wiili sliced onion and green peppoi j A little liquid Is added and the com binaUon covered and cooked unt ! the meat is tender .Chops, also ma ! be braised in a thickened ralsi [ sauce for flavorsome results. Sti i another way is breading the chop ' by first dipping them in beaten eg then in fine breaci crumbs and cooking in the usual manner. Stuffed chops are one more in ^oney, Pecans Ian Be Used n Many Pies Both pecans and honey »r« plen- iful this month. Pood »p*clilist's of he United States Department ot Agriculture supply this soulliein r»- ipe: ' • r*eu Pi*' ' One cup pec in kernett, t en>, A • cup sugar,.! cup dirk corn ;yruj>, >,'t teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon ;anllla, >1 cup melted table fat. Beat the eggs, add sugar and syrup, then salt the vanilla and last the melted fat. place ,th* >ec«ns in the bottom of an unbaked pie crust. Add the fillint and bake slowly In a moderate oven (3SO degree* P.) for SO to <K» minutes. The nuts will rise to the top of the pie filling and form fanned Corn, •rozen Limas Plentiful Now Canned torn and frown lima lean* are plentiful now. That'« why h«se two exclusive new recipe* will it Into your budget ratmli and at ;h* lame time pleaM everyone in terestlng change, (for this methcx the chops should be cut thick.) A pocket is made by cutting Into the chops from the side next to, the bone, then filled with « good bread corn, or other tavorlte stuffing. .Th* stuffed chop* ire then browned on both sides in a small amount hot lard and cooked following the braising process. For simple oven cooking, pork chops are arranged over casseroles. One popular fall combination is pork chops and noodles. Browned chop* are placed over cooked noodles in casserole and cooked; covered, for about one hour. Also, the rich porl drippings enhance the flavor o , scalloped potatoes, baked beans, or ' tart apple dressing. eruited layer. Honey and lemon' juice, coconut and lemon-flavored gelatin |» Into thu light-hearted affair: Hcncjr-Coconut ChHton Tit Three egg jolks. slightly beaten, 1 eup water, '.'•, cup honey. 1 package lemoivflavoied gelatin, 3 ta- bleooons lemon Juice, Hi' tea spoons grated lemon rind, S ef-i whites, dash of salt. 1 cup shred- ed poconul, toasted, 1 baked »• Inch pie shell. Combine egg yolks, water and 'i cup o( the honey In top of doi4>le boiler, mix well. Cook over boiling water 5 minutes, or unti thickened, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Add gelatin and »tlr until dtsolved. Add lemon juice and rind. Chill until slightly thickened, combine egg whites, salt and remaining \' t . cup honey ' and beat with rotary egg beater unti mixture will stand in stiff peaks Fold in gelatin mixture. Add >, cup of the toasted coconut. Turn into cold pie shell. Sprinkle with remaining coconut. Chill until firm To toast the coconut: spread i out thinly in shallow baking pan Place In moderate oven (350 de grees p.) to toast until delicate]; browned. Stir coconut or shake paj often to tout evenly. h« family. C«r» AabroaU (4 wrrtagi) Three tablespoon! butter, 1 cups eooked corn off the cob or 10-ouncc uckage froten whole kernel corn, me S-ounce can chopped broiled mushroomi, 1-4 eup cream, ',4 teaspoon salt, 1|1« teaspoon epper, 1116 easpoon nutmeg, 1-3 cup shredded coconut, paprika, , Melt butter in frying pan. Add corn and contents of can of mushroom*. Cover frying pan and let cook over moderate heat about 5 minutes, itirrln gonce. Add cream salt, pepper and nutmeg and mix well. Pour into 4 greased Individual baking dishes. Sprinkle with shredded coconut and add a dash ol paprika to each. Bake In moderately hoi oven (375 degrees P.) until coconut Is lightly browned, about 10 minutes. Serve immediately. Chill Lima Beans and Mushrooms (* servings) One tablespoon butter, one 12- ounce package' frozen baby limn beans ,one 3-ounce can sliced broiler mushrooms, i-2 ! teaspoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon pepper, 1-2 teaspoon chil powder, l!l« teaspoon powdered oregano. 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