The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1955 · Page 12
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fAGE TWELVB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1955 BANANA CUSTARD DELIGHT it a delifht to make now that eggs are cheap. You Use Eggs Freely In Banana Custard By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor Now that fresh eggs are beginning to be so plentiful, it's good economy and good eating to use them freely. Eggs are an ideal mid-winter food, containing an abundance of the vitamins and minerals. They are of especially high quality in this .cold month, kept as they are, in Nature's refrigerator. Also at this time, they top the list of good buys, Kathryn B. Miles, home economics director, Poultry and Egg' National Board., Chicago, developed this egg-rich recipe exclusively for this column. We think you'll agree Miss Niles has made a _ delectable gesture. Banana Custard Delight (6 generous servings) Six egg yolks, 2 cups scalded milk, !/ 2 cup sugar, !/ 4 teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons all - purpose flour, ',4 cup sherry or nonalcoholic sherry flavoring, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 package small vanilla wafers, 6 ripe bananas, '2 cup whipping cream, whipped; confectioners' sugar. Prepare cusiura: Bent egg yolks, sugar, salt, and flour to blend thoroughly. Pour scalded milk into this mixture, stirring constantly. Set over simmering water in double boiler. (Water should not touch upper pan holding custard mixture.) Stir constantly until mixture coats spoon. Immediately cool (cool by pouring custard into chilled bowl and place in refrigerator or set pan with custard into pan of cold water. Immediate cooling of the custard is important to prevent curdling;-) After custard is cool, blend in the vanilla and sherry flavoring. Into serving bowl, place a layer, of vanilla wafers, a layer of ba-1 nana slices, and a layer of cus- j tard. Repeat, with custard the fi- \ nal layer. Push extra wafers half- j way into the custard around the inside edge of the bowl for an attractive scalloped effect. Place bowl in refrigerator for l~ to 24 hours before serving so that j flavors may blend. Just before' serving, garnish top with whipped ; Old-Fashioned Trio Saves Budgets By CECILY BKOWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor EVER GET A craving for ' that old-fashioned combination — frank furters, sauerkraut and potatoes? When we do, our food budget fully approves! When we prepare this dish, we add a few tablespoons of dark brown sugar co the sauerkraut because we like the suspicion of sweetness it gives. Usually we put kraut, frankfurters and small potatoes into a large skillet; cover the pan tightly and let the flavors mingle gloriously until the spuds are cooked through. But the. last few times we were in the mood for this supper dish, we.tried baking cream, sweetened to taste with confectioners' sugar. • it. This method met with the approval of oui severest critics- cur family. If you would like to try it on yours, the recipe follow. Preface this main dish, if you like, with a thick peasant-style soup. For dessert we're likely to whip up an airy souffle and put it in the oven when the saurkraut, frankfurters and potatoes come out. If we choose to serve a vanilla souffle, we accompany it with a fruit sauce. With a chocolate souffle, we usually serve whipped cream. SAUEItKKAUT, FRANKFURTERS AND POTATO CASSEROLE Ingredients: One No. 2 1|2 can (1 pound and 3 ounces) sauerkraut, 1 cup finely chopped onion, 2 tablespoons dark brown sugar, 4 to 8 frankfurters, 4 medium-size 1 1|4 pounds) potatoes, 1 1 tablespoon butter or margarine (melted), salt, paprika. Method: Turn sauerkraut, without draining it, into a baking baking dish (about 11 by 7 by 2 Inches is a 'good size). Toss with onion and brown sugar. Bury frankfurter in the kraut. Peel potatoes and cut in half lengthwise; arrange on top. Brush with butter and sprinkle with salt and paprika. Bake in hot (425 degrees) oven, uncovered, for 20 to 30 minutes, or just until some of the top ends of the kraut brow a bit, tightly cover — with aluminum foil if desired—and bake until potatoes are cooked through—20 to 30 minutes longer. Serve at once from baking dish. Makes 4 servings— 1 to 2 frankfurters for each portion, depending on how many were used. Note: if desired, you may use an apple oorer to make a hole through each potato lengthwise; draw ti frankfurter through each hole. Bake as directed above. Nagging Backache Sleepless Nights Often Duo to Kidney Slow-down Whtn kidney function slows down, many folks complain of nugfint' back he he, heiuU aches, diixineaa and loss ot pop anJ energy. Don't Huffer restless nights with tlic.su discomfort* if reduced kidney (unction U totting you down-due to such common causes aa stress and strain, over-exertion or expo, aur* to cold. 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