The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1956 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, JANUARY »6, 1»M BtYTHBTILLl (ASK.) COURIER NETTI -PAGI-ELEYEJI- You Can. Pep Up Less Expensive Beef Cuts By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor With prices for less tender cuts of beef so low, now is the time to enjoy some particularly tender dishes using these outs. Long, slow, remember, is the moist cooking, secret. Braised Steak with Mushrooms (4-6 servings) One beef arm or round steak, cut %-inch thick, Yt cup flour, 1 table- spoon dry mustard, 1 teupoon s»lt, y, teaspoon pepper, 4 tablespoons ard or drippings, flour, l'/4 cups milk, 1 pound fresh mushrooms or 1 can buttom mushrooms. Cut steak Into 4 or 5 Individual servings. Add salt, pepper and mustard to >/ 4 cup flour and pound nto steaks. Brown steaks In lard or drippings, cover and cook slow- y about 1 hour .Add mushrooms, cover and continue cooking for 30 minutes or until meat is 'tender. Add enough flour to seasoned flour make 3 tablespoons. Rtmove steaks and a mushroom cap for each. Stir flour into drippings, add milk, .stirring constantly until gravy is thickened. Savory" Meat Loaf (8 servings) Two pounds ground beef, '/ 2 pound bologna, ground l'/ 2 cups cracker crumbs, 1 tablespoon grated onion, 2 eggs, slightly beaten. 1 cup chili sauce, l'/ 2 teaspoons slices American cheese, paprika. Combine ground beef, bologna, cracker crumbs, onion, beaten eggs, chili sauce, salt and pepper. Mix thoroughly. Pack in 5x9-inch loaf pan. Place slices of cheese on meat loaf. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake in a slow oven (300 degrees P.) for l'/ 2 hours. ThisMolded Salad Is Pale Green This molded salad is a pretty pale green color. Ingredients: Vi cup cold water, 1 envelope unflavored gelatin. 1 cup very hot water, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, J ,~ teaspoon finely grated onion, H teaspoon salt, dash of white pepper, US cups sieved avocado, 6 tablespoons mayonnaise, salad greens, orange and grapefruit sections. Method: pour cold water into me dium-sized mixing bowl; sprinkle gelatin over water; let stand for 5 to 10 minutes to soften. Add very hot water; stir until gelatin dissolves. Stir in lemon juice, onion, salt and pepper, then avocado and mayonnaise. Turn into 6 or 7 individual molds (each holding about "» cup); chill, tjnmold. Serve on crisp greens with orange and grapefruit sections. Pass salad dressing if desired Makes 6 to 7 servings. MOUTH-WATERING is the word for these Rock Cornish hens. Serve them with a com bread »»d wild rice dressing. CorniskHens AreG ood With Top Dressing en, yet not quite game. Serve them These Cornmeal Muffins Have Flavor Dividends These cornmeal muffins have flavor dividends! Ingredients: 1 egg, , 1 can (1 ounces} vacuum - packed whole- kernel corn, milk, 1 package (12 ounces) corn muHin mix, 2 drained canned piminentos (diced). MethodfBeat egfenough to combine yolk and white. Drain lio.ui,d from corn; add enough milk to corn liquid to make 1 cup; add to egg. Stir in corn muffin mix just until dry Ingredients are well moistened Stir in drained corn and plmlento lightly. Pill muffin-pan cups two- By GAYNOR MADDOX 1 NBA Food and Markets Editor Mrs. Claude H. Allen, wife of a. Minnesota state representative in St. Paul, suggests Rock Cornish Hens for a special treat . "These birds have a delicate flavor more pronounced than chick- so strong as ^ with a corn bread and wild rice dressing that will make these plump tender birds, just a bid plumper, a bit juicier and even more delicious," she advises. 'Remember in stuffing, not to pack too tightly. All stuffing swells in the baking, and in order for it to remain moist and fluffy, it must be put in with a light touch." "Make the corn bread for the dressing a day in advance. Serve it for lunch the day before, but leave enough for the next day's dinner. Stuffed Cornish Hens (For 8 Cornish hens and a 1-quart .casserole) STUFFING: Pour cups corn bread, crumbled, 1 cup butter or margarine, melted, 1 cup chopped onion, 2 cups chopped celery, 4 cups cooked wild rice, 2 teaspoons suit, 54 teaspoon pepper, 8 Bock Cornish hens. Mix together all Ingredients for stuffing. Stuff lightly into neck region and body cavity of Cornish hens, using about 54 CUP stuffing for each ben. Ba':e remaining stuffing in a casserole. Brush stuffed hens with melted butter In which is sprinkled a bit of paprika. Roast in a moderate oven (375 degrees P.) about 154 hours, basting once or twice with melted butter. Bake casserole of stuffing in oven during last 30 minutes. Corn Bread One cup enriched corn meal, 1 thirds full. Bake in hot (400 degrees) oven 15 to 20 minutes or until cake tester inserted in center comes out clean. Makes 12 to 18 muffins. Make This Cake Do Double Duty By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor BAKE A LOAF CAKE and use it several ways — plain and fancy. Slices of the cake will make the foundation for Individual Baked Alaskas when you are having company. The rest of the loaf cake will be welcome at family meals — with fruit .or chocolate pudding, for instance. We like slices of the cake that rich chocolate flavor very Mealtime, refreshment time, anytime ... watch the kids (and the grownups, too) go for delicious Sealtest Chocolate Drink. So very refreshing, served hot or cold. ..and so good for you! Look for the distinctive checkerboard, chocolate - colored quart carton. Scalttit Dairy Products ar« distributed in Blytheville, Ark., by GREEN BROS. DAIRY Ph. PO 2-2341, BfythtvilU toasted, too, for afternoon tea. One caution when you try this recipe for Individual Baked Alas- kas. Use a really large cookie sheet so you'll have plenty of elbow room when you are covering cake and ice cream with meringue. This guidance comes from our own experience; pay attention to it. And another piece of advice. Enlist the help of your sister, your cousin or your aunt when you are assembling the individual cake- and-ice cream concoctions. They take two people — both working fact. I can usually manage one big Baked Alaska myself, but I find these small ones are tricky because it takes time to spread each of them with meringue. GOLDEN LOAF CAKE Ingredients: 2% cups sifted cake flour, 2 teaspoons double-acting baking powder, % teaspoon salt, 1 cup sugar, 'A cup butter or margarine, 2 teaspoons grated orange rlrid, 2/3 cup milk, 5 egg yolks (unbeaten). Method: Sift together the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Stir butter just to soften with orange rind. Sift In dry ingredients. Add ',4 cup of the milk and the egg yolks; mix until flour is dampened. Then beat 2 minutes at low speed of electric mixer, or 300 vigorous strokes by hand. Add remaining Ys cup milk and beat'l minute longer in .mixer, at low speed, or 150 strokes by hand. Turn batter into loaf pan (9 by 5 by 3 inches) that has been lined on bottom with brown or waxed paper. (It Is not necessary to grease bottom of pan or paper.) Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven 80 to 55 minutes or until cake tester inserted in center comes out clean. Allow cake to stand in pan on cooling rack about 10 minutes; turn out on rack; strip off paper. INDIVIDUAL BAKED ALASKAS Ingredients: 3 slices (J4 Inch thick) Golden Loaf Cake, 4 egg whites, % cup sugar, !i teaspoon vanilla, 1 pint very firm brick Ice cream, 1 package quick-frozen raspberries. Method: Cut each of the three slices ' of cake in half. Place on large cookie sheet. Beat egg whites until foamy throughout. Add the sugar, a tablespoon at a time; beat after each addition until sugar Is blended. Beat In vanilla, Continue beating until meringue stands In stiff peaks. Cut very firm Ice cream into 6. equal parts, each a little smaller than the half slices of cake. Place a slice of Ice cream on each dice of cake. Spread meringue over cake and Ice cream, covering completely. Place In very hot (490 degrees) oven for 4 or 5 minutes, until meringue peaka are lightly browned. Serve at once with thawed frozen raspberries as sauce. Makes 6 servlrifs. Note; Make sure that Ice cream Is very firm; cut It with a knife dipped In hot water. cup sifted enriched flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 4 teaspoons baking powder, 1 egg, 1 cup milk, ] / 4 cup shortening, soft. Sift together dry ingredients into bowl. Add egg, milk and shortening. Beat with rotary beater until smooth, about 1 minute. Do not overheat. Bake in greased 8-inch square pan in hot oven (425 degrees F.) 20 to 25 minutes. Put Beef In Mushroom Sauce Here's Beef Stroganoff — u«ln» sweet Instead of BOUT cream. Ingredients: 6 tablespoons butter or margarine, 114 cups thin strips onion (2-medium-sized onions), 1 pound mushrooms (sliced lengthwise through caps and stems), 2 tablespoons flour, 2 chicken bouillon cubes, 1V4 cups boiling water, it teaspoon salt, !4 to M teaspoon pepper, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, V* to 1/3 cup heavy cream, l'/i cups leftover roast beef (cut into strips about 'A inch thick and 2 inches long). Method: Melt butter in 10-inch skillet over moderate heat. Add onions and mushrooms; cook, stirring almost constantly, until wilted. Keep heat high enough so juice does not collect in pan. Stir in flour » it coats mushrooms well. Dissolve bouillon cubes in boiling water and add to skillet with salt and pepper. Cook and stir constantly over moderately low heat until thickened; simmer about 10 minutes- longer to reduce sauce somewhat. Stir in lemon juice then cream; add roast beef and reheat but do not boll. Makes 4 servings. Serve over hot cooked rice. One* Tasted, ThisReceipe Will Be Used Once tasted, this recipe b likely to be used often. Ingredients: 1 roll (3 ounces) sharp Cheddar cheese, 1 can (4>/ 2 ounces) small wet pack cleaned shrimp, 3 tablespoons mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon chili sauce, >/ 4 teaspoon onion powder. '/« teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 4 to 8 slices bread. Method: Allow cheese to stand at room temperature to soften. Chop shrimp extremely fme with a knife. Mix together thoroughly the cheese, chopped shrimp, mayonnaise, chili sauce, onion powaer nnd Worces- tershire sauoe. Make* about 1 cup. Use 1 to I tablespoons for each slice of bread. Spread mixture over one side of bread slices, making sure thit edges are well covered. Broil until lightly browned. Serve at once. Make: 1 to 4 servings. There are about 30,000 specie* of birds in the wona, about 800 ol them in the United States. Only THEIR RECORDS two jockeys have ridden two consecutive Kentucky . 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