The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1955 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE Sweet Potato Pudding Is Rich in Vitamin 'A' DEEP-DISH PIE. uslni b«f. potatoes, carrots, onioiu ind SMSOO- ints. makes a really h«rty null. Deep-Dish. Beef Pie Really Delicious Meal Deviled-Fried Ihicken Good •or Dinner You'll have fine flavor If you team-fry chicken this way. Ingredients: 1 frying chicken By GAYNOR MADDOX XEA Food and Markets Editor The other night'we were look- Washington Birthday Treat Use Before Feb. 22 InjredienU: 1 can {1 pound and 4 ounces) red sour pitted cherries packed In syrup, % cup sugar, 4 teaspoons cornstarch, dtish of salt. Method: Drain cherries and re- »erve; there should be 1 cup ayrup. Mix sugar, cornstarch and salt together throughly in 1-quart saucepan. Gradually stir In cherry ayrup; make sure all lumps of cornstarch are disolved. Cook and stir constantly over low heat until sugar Is dissolved. Continue cooking and stirring over moderate heat until boiling, slightly thickened and clear. Cook a minute or two longer. Remove from heat and stir in drained reserved cherries. Makes about 2Vi cups sauce. Serve warm or cold over white sheet cake cut in hatchet shapes. Garnish with whipped cream If desired. Oliver Wendell Holmes; famous jurist, fought in the Civil War for three years. ing for a really hearty meat pie recipe. So we phoned Mabel Stegner, a magician with food, and she gave us this rich brown delectable answer: Deep-Dish Beef P!e One and one-half pounds beef, chuck or round; 1 '/ 2 teaspoons fat, 2 teaspoons salt, l / 4 teaspoon pepper, l'/ 2 cups boiling water, 4 medium potatoes, 4 medium carrots, 1 medium onion, 2 tablespoons flour, 3 tablespoons cold watwr, plain pastry for crust topping. Cut beef in one - Inch cubes and place In suitable bowl. Sprinkle with kitchen bouquet. Toss gently with fork to coat each piece evenly. Melt fat In 10-inch frying pan, or Dutch oven, over moderate heat. Add beef cubes anc brown quickly on all sides. Adc salt and boiling water. Cover anc simmer over low heat until almos ; Lender, about 30 minutes. Meanwhile, wash, peel and dice carrots; peel and slice onion When meat is nearly tender, adc vegetables and continue cooking until vegetables are barely done about 10 minutes. Combine and add flour and cold water, stirring gently until gravy has thickenec and boiled. Pour into a lightly oiled 2-quart deep casserole. Cover with pa-stry which has been rolled out tind' has cutouts for steam vents .Bake in hot oven (425 degrees F.I until pastry is golden brown, about 15 minutes about 2 J3b pounds ready-to-cook freight), i|4 cup Hour, 1 teaspoon ill, 1|4 teaspoon pepper. I iea- poon paprika, 1|4 teaspoon dry mustard, U teaspoon garlic pow- Leaspoon onion pov ipoon cup butter or marg Method: Have chicken cut in 8 lieces; save neck, giblets and li- r er for use another time. Wash; and clean; drain but do not dry. Mix flour, salt, pepper, paprika, mustard, garlic and onion powders ogether well. Coat chicken pieces What every good cook knows: Just a little difference in ingredient* makes a big difference in cooking results Snowdrift is just a little lighter than any other shortening—and that can make the big difference in lighter, "inre digestible foods, whether baked or fried. Snowdrift is pro-whipped just a little longer than ordinary shortenings. Thai can make the big difference in easier, quicker cutting-in for flaky, tender pastry every time. Snowdrift's ingredients are just a little costlier than any other solid shortening's (yet you pay no more). That cnn make the big difference in better tasting fuods for your family. No other shortening at any price i« so creamy, »o digestible - and to light! Snowdrift 100% fU«l . Ml.VIOdAICI IMO.HNINO . MAOI IT IHt WI11ON OH HOM By GANYOR MADHOX NEA Food and Markets lidllor A large basket of Now Jersey weet potatoes was sent to us yes- erday. They not only taste good ut are also a rich source ol vitn- nin A. We baked some and ervcd them with roast loin of ork. Made a fine dinner. Often we make sweoi po- ato pudding and serve It with oast chicken or turkey. It's a ich and special dish and easy to nake. Use boiled sweet potatoes or canned ones), lots of butter margarine, brown sugar, and flopped almonds. Butter a round casserole dish and place a layer of sliced boiled sweets on the bottom. Sprinkle with brown sugar and chopped nuts and dot liberally with butter or margarine. Repeat layers until dish is filled, being Very liberal with butler or margarine. Over top pour about 1 tablespoon pure maple or maple-flavored syrup. Cover dish and bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for one hour. As pudding bakes, poke with fork occasionally to permit the melted butter or margarine to get about. Serve very hot. Southern Sweet Potato Pie (Yield: 6 servings) Three-quarters cup sugar, '/2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1 teaspoon ground ginger, \' a teaspoon ground cloves, 2 cups mashed hot cooked sweet potatoes, 2 tablespoons margarine or butter, 3 eggs unbeaten, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 114 cups milks, 9-inch unbaked pastry shell. Mix the first five ingredients. Add sweet potatoes and margarine or butter. Mix well. Cool. Beat in eggs. Stir in grated lemon rind and milk. Pour into a 9-inch pie shell. Bake 40 to 50 minutes, or until done in a preheated hot oven (400 degrees F.). lustard, '.'. teaspoon garlic power, 1:4 teaspoon onion powder. 14 ChgCSe Anfl :aspoon cup butter or margarine.;*"' _ _ _^ Bacon For Lunch vith flour mixture. Melt butter in skillet (about 10-inch size). Add chicken and slowly brown veil on both sides. Add a few table- ,poons of fater to pan and cover tightly. Cook over low heat until ender—30 minutes or so. Remove chicken to serving platter. Add 2 to 4 tablespoons water to skillet and stir over low heat o get up all browned fecks in pan; iring to a boil, add a few drops of iquid gravy seasoning or coloring f desired and pour over chicken. Makes 4 servings. There will be from the family complaints when popular Hot Biscuits For Those Youngsters Hot biscuits lor hungry youngsters after school! Ingredients: 2 cups biscuit mix, '/icup finely grated raw carrot, 2 tablespoons minced parsley, light cream. Method; stir biscuit mix, carrot and parsley together. Add light cream instead of the milk called for in recipe for rolled biscuits on package. Roil out and bake according to package directions, brushing biscuit tops with cream before baking. Refresher Stnff a square lamb shoulder roa.st with a bread-crumb stuffing to which chopped mint leaves are added. Qo slow on the mint, though! A tablespoon of the minced leaves will be plenty for a stuffing made from -about eight slices of bread. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Get the Best for Less A Plough Product waffles are on the lunch menu. Ingtedients: 2 cups pancake mix, 2 cups milk. 2 eggs, 1|3 cup shortening (melted), 23 cup grated American cheese, 8 strips cooked bacon (crumbled). Method: Put pancake mix, milk, eggs and 'shortening in mixing bowl; beat with rotary beater until fairly smooth. Stir in cheese and bacon. Pour batter onto hot waflle iron; bake until steaming stops. Serve at once with maple syrup. Makes 5 servings. Celery Cream And Carrot Soup Good Here's a nutritious way to vary a can of soup and use up left over cooked carrots. Ingredients: 1 can (10^ ounces) cream of celery soup, l',i cups water or unsalted stock, 'A cup sieved cooked carrots, '/< teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, pepper. Method: Turn soup into saucepan. Add water or stock a little it a time, stirring constantly. 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