The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 17, 1952
Page 9
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WUBMJAY, JANUARY 17, 1952 Leftover Chicken/Beef ,Can Make a Main Dish ; Br CBCH-Y MOWWSTONE , A*MtI*l»4 Prrm Fowl Editor : Want to stretch a cup of leftover fhtcken and a half-pound of ground beef jo they'll make main dishes tor two family meals? Here's how j CREAMED 'CHICKEN ON BAKED POTATOES , IncredJrnfs: 1 tablespoon butter or margarine. '/I cup finely chopped green pepper, one 10!i-ounce o»n (IK cups) condensed cream of chicken soup, M cup milk, 1 cup diced cooked chicken, u cup chop- pour Cream Helps Chicken ;•• Dumplings Get Lift Too, in New Recipe Bj GAYNOM MADDOX NEA Staff Writer Now call the neighbors in because you've got a delicious recipe Sour pream makes a tender chicken even the'flavor'"' ^^ ^^ wondcvs wit " : Sour Cream Chicken and | *.. Bumpllnip (Serve< 4-61 --One 3'i-pound frying chicken flour, wit and pepper. >,i teaspoon powdered ginger. 1 p| nt Mllr cr ' eam -:Cut chicken Into parls, as f or frying. Dredge with flour, salt, pepper and ginger. Saute In fat until brown all over. Place chicken in deep, buttered casserole ' P H U Lr'V ream ° ver " in<1 cover tightly. Bake 2'i hours In mod'"*« ovm <350 degrees F.) before »*daing dumpling-;. *?. To make dumplings: Add milk and beaten egg to prepared biscuit mix. Drop batter by spoonfuls into f Me ^lL Re , P ' aC * cm ' er &nd ba *e »n additional y, hour. i,- (Sent, 8) •s- Two cups milk. H cup sugar 1 teaspoon comstarch, « teaspoon ? « ***!' " ep * rat « ! . I te *• u ' OTS confectioners' sugar >( .teaspoon almond extract. ,, Scald milk In double boiler Mix AUgmr, comstarch, salt and beaten -«f,!^° ta A *l to milk -and cook. Atirrmg constantly until mixture .ep»U spoon. Remove f rom heat cool, and add vanilla. . Pour custard Into sherbet glasses ;and ptao, 1 tablespoon of j!m on cream flavored ped plmlento, 4 baked potatoes. Method: Melt butter In a saucepan over low heat; add green pep per and cook a lew minutes until partly tender, stir' in soup, then milk. Heat slowly, stirring, constantly; do hot boil. Add chicken and plmlento; continue cooking without boiling about 10 minutes. Split hot baked potatoes lengthwise but do not cut through bottom; pour creamed chicken into splits. Makes 4 servings. TOMATO NOODLK DANDY Ingredients: 2',4 "cups uncooked noodles, 2 tablespoons shortening. Vt cup chopped onion, Vi cup chopped green pepper, ',i pound ground beef, one IC'.i-otmce can U'i cups) condensed tomato soup, 1 teaspoon prepared mustard. 1 cup K ounces) .shredded American cheese. Method. Cook noodles In unsalted water until tenner; nrain. Meanwhile melt shortening in large skillet, over low heat; add onion, green pepper and beef; mash beef with fork until crumbly and no longer pink. Mix well in soup, mustard noodles, and about : 'i cup of the cheese. Pour Into a lightly greuscd Ui-p.uarl casserole; tcp with remaining cheese. Bake in a moderate 1350 degrees p.) oven 30 minutes. Makes 6 servings. Note: Part .of me meat may be shaped into small meat balls and browned with the rest of the meat Arrange these meatballs on top of noodle mixture in casserole before baking for an attractive garnish. This Onion Soup Both Hearty and Easy to Make You'll Mud this onion soup recipe hearty and easy to make. Onion Soup Two tablespoons butter, 4 large onions, sliced thin. 1 tea-spoon flour 2 quarts strong soup stock, salt and pepper, tonst rounds, grated Parmesan cheese. Melt, butter In a large saucepan. Add -onion slices nud cook until onions are golden but not brown Sprinkle in flour and , s tir. until lighUy brown. Add soup stock and boil gently about 10 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve garnished with toast rounds and grated Parmesan cheese Use French bread or regular enriched white bread tor the toasfc.roimds. If you don't have soup stock on Jiand, you can use bouillon cubes and water or diluted canned bouillon. ~.c« A LUSCIOUS wmbinatloB ot aiwrhelti and tomato a if » differed way to »er« » favortt* dlah. Different Dish: Spaghetti, Clam Sauce . By GAl'.VOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markels Editor Looking for a really wonderful spaghetti dish that is different? Then try n favorite Italian way— with clam sauce. Spaghelli mm ulam Sjuce (Makes 4 wrvints) One tablespoon salt, 3 quarts boll- ing water. 8 ounces spaghetti y, cup butter. 1 clove garlic, minced, 'A cup clam juice, 1 duzcn clams, BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS Savory Veal Shank Makes Budget Stew A veal stew with lots of vegetables, including tender spinach, makes a savory main dlsli. Use a shank of .veal—a budget Item. Veal Stew With Venelables (Serve* i generously) One veal shank, about 2 pounds. 4 cups water, 1 medium onion, 10 peppercorns 2 teaspoons salt '.« teaspoon celery salt. 2 cups diced raw potato, 1 cup sliced raw carrot 2 cups diced raw tomatoes, 1 cup shredded young spinach, H teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. Have meat dealer crack bone of veal shank. Place in large saucepan or Dutch oven and add water, onion, peppercorns, salt and celery salt. Bring to boll and let simmer, covered, until meat is tender, about ; hours. Remove from heat. Let meat cool broth about ',i hour. Strain broth. Pour off fat. Return brcth to saucepan; there should be about 3 cups. Add potato, carrots and tomato and let cook until vegetables are barely tender, about 20 minutes. Out meat in small pieces and add minced (about 2/3 cup minced clams), v, cup chopped parsley, salt and freshly ground pepper. Add 1 tablespoon salt to rapidly boiling water. Gradually add spaghetti EO that water continues to boil. Cook uncovered, stirring occasionally, until'tender. Drain in colander, In a saucepan, nielt butter over raw heat. Add garlic and cook until garlic, and butter turn golden EDSON Continued from p»gt | the Alien Property Office, whicli had bought up the stock If Halbach and his heirs In the corporation Mr. Crotrtey supported Wiley In his effort to reopen the case'fi'it Die Senate Wed It down. Then came disclosures that Crowley had l)ired Orneiiwald as sn InvestlKa- tor. s Senator Wiley's In test p re5s release criticizing the Alien Properly Office takes credit, lor disclosing that "mystery man" Henry Grueu- wald had a position of tremendous potential power in APO. Battle Loom* for CunTtnllon 'ticket. There were a couple of gimmicks in the final decision to hold Democratic and Republican national conventions In Chicago's Amphitheater, way out. by Hie stock yards Early last year. GOP National Committee Chairman Guy Gabrielson and his ten-opposite number at to stew when vegetables are nearly done. Just before serving add shred- tied spinach. Democratic headquarters, Bill Boyle agreed to share expenses on holding the •conventions In the Clilcnso Stadium. Tlie SUdiiim, where past conventions have been held tu Chicago Is relatively close In to tile lake front hotel district. The Amphitheater Is five miles and 11.50 taxi fare out. Also the Stadium seats while only H- 000 can be crowded into the Amphitheater. But when the national committee representatives went to Chicago to ncEoflale, they found the Sta- nium management most uncooperative. The Amphitheater niaiwe- ment, on the other hand, went out of his u-ny to meet political requirements as to price and remodel- ling. Tliey even agreed to air condition the place, which stadium wouldn't do. Result was that the deal was thrown to the Amphitheater. What It means is that there's going to be one nwful battle for tickets of admission to both conventions, with 3000 fewer seats to pass cut. "This Convention ij Sponsored By-" Announcement that radio and television broadcast coverage of brown. Add clam juice; cook over low heat 5 minutes, Add clams and parsley; cook 2-3 minutes. Season with salt and freshly ground pepper to taste. Serve over cooked s»a- ghetll. LETTERS TELL US' Compare' Ingredients Mole the cream contour. Acfv- ol proof of Creomo'i eottiier * Mrs. 3269 Warwick Slvd. . •• Kansas City, M«. "Creamo ii the best iarln« we hay* ever toiled.' Spread it-s,» how v.ivvy imooth Crforno iprtadi. N«v»r hotd and brink, ev.n when cold. Tastt /V-s«wh<rt tmcllvely d.licioti di»«r«nc» Ilio cr«am in Cr«omo mok«. fe*/%^*4 Get to-tfay/ RICtlAHD RICE COOKS BEST! Always Tender Fluffy White» Nationally famous food economists and food editors praise The best cooks the coaiinK quality of always use germ- ine Riceland Rjee because For best rice cooking results aiway. r s use genuine 77.e World'* Most Delicious Rice! Democratic ind RcpubHcMt al convention, would b* commercially w a « a liu, The u-o ptrtie* had orlfiiuillv Insisted that cosU o« rtdto »nd TV coverage would have to b« borne by Ihe networks, without a "* <"" " The politicians didn't want Uwlr antics Interrupted by plugs for «o»o the~)lk btadMl **"' relrlger * tor » « Network! pointed out, however. they couldn't meet all costs of Installation plus paying their regular programs for cancelled time So an ethical code was drawn up. The two radio and TV manufacturers who have «o far agreed to sponsorship seem to meet «p*cifi. cations and will probably be okayed Goody Eveigood Says: For mealtime pleasure . . serve ft lade* better bacmw* it'« sliced jua< right—not too thick, not too thin! 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