The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1948 · Page 13
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THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1948 ELYTHEV1LLE (AUK.) COUK1KR NEWS VAGC Fowl is Favorite For Sunday Feast Kitchen Experts Find Variety of Ways ^ To Serve Chicken By Givnor Maddox NBA Staff Writer Iii niosL American homes, fowl li the choice for Sunday. Hight now, with large chickens and ducks hi big supply, It Is also a tine budget choice. Creamed Ham and Chkkcn (Serves 4) Three lablcspoons fal, 4 tablespoons flour, 1 !|2 cups milk, 1|A teaspoon salt, dash of pepper. 1 cup diced cooked ham, 1[2 cup diced cooked chicken (the amounts of ham and chicken can be varied according to what you have on hand). Melt fal, stir in flour, then milk, salt and pepper and heat until smooth and thickened, stirring constantly. Add ham and chicken and cook until thoroughly heated. Serve on hot toast. Chicken with Herbs en CasMrole (Serves «) Pour-pound mature fowl, cutup 2 tablespoons fat (about), 1]2 cuj: Hour, 4 cups milk, 2 tenspoons suit, 1]8 tcju;]>oon pepper. 3|4 teaspooi ( jjfeivderc<l sage. 314 teaspoon thyme ~*^Reservc wing tips, back, neck foi broth or soup. Wash, remove excess fat and skin. Dry. Brovvi pieces of chicken In hot fal. unit they are golden brown on all side 1 ; Place pieces of chicken in a 2 quart casserole. Then measure UK fat left in the skillet; add enougl additional fat to make 7 table spoons. (Use any fat desired, sue! as chicken fat.) Add the 1|2 cup o Hour and blend smooth. Stir In tli milk, add seasonings, and cook tm til thickened. Pour over chicken and bake in. a moderate oven (325 degrees F.), uncovered, lor 2 1 Spring Dishes Deserve New Bonnets, Too It's not just a lady who gets a It from & brand new bonnet! Dress up spring dishes and sprinj oods with new folderols in top- Ings. For example give tuna cas- njrolle a topping of ground nuts, rumbs ana butter. As you know, If you've toasted Brazil nuts .exposing them to heal nakes the rich flavor even more inphatic. Brazil nuts brighten ma- ly a "plain Jane" of the menu, and ire accessories well worth keeping in hand. Try this one: Tuna Caswrole with Brazil Nut Crumb T»pplnf > tbsps. butter or margarine .\1 cup soft bread ciumbj ; 2 cup ground Brazil nuts 1 tbsps. flour 2 cups milk 1[4 teasps. salt 1|8 teasp. pepper 2 tbsps. chopped pimento 1 cup Hated tuna (1 7-oz. can) 4 hard cooked eggs Melt 1 tbsp. of the butter in .1 saucepan; add bread crumbs and Brazil nuts; mix. Reserve for topping. Melt remaining butter; blend in flour, add milk, stirring constantly and cook until mixture boils. Remove from heat; add salt, pepper, pimiento, naked tuna anrt cess, cut In eighths. Turn into 1 1[2 quail casserole and sprinkle top \vlth ground Brazil nuts and buttered crumbs. Bike In a moderate oven (375F.) 25 minutes. Yield: servings. Seasonal Foods Get Emphasis In Food Budgets Housewives should prepare lie? meals, plan her meals and plan her budget with UK' foods that are In season well in mind, according tn information received In U\e oiftr.e of Miss Gertrude Bond, North Mississippi County home demonstration agent. The Production and Marketing Administration, of the United States Department, of Agriculture recommends cauliflower, celery, and lettuce to team with marmalades, I Jellies, and lams. Also Included on the current list ur« PJGS, oranges, and grapefruit. Other foods recommended for frequent use by the Cabinet Food Committee's voluntary food conservation program are dricrt fruits, poultry, ho?.en Msh, honey Mirt ijea- nut butter. Read Courier News Want Ads. Head Courier News Want Ads. houri or until chicken Is tender. For Sunday supper or lor Moil- day dinner, combine small pieces of leftover chicken with pieces of ham. BUY THE BRANDS YOU KNOW! We Feature Famous Brands! 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