The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1952 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVn.LE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS VEAL STEAK win, cwn rhip. «*«. « «mtr»nl and detlctoM dish. Sfeo/c /s Stretched with Stuffing By flAYNOR MADDOX \KA Food and Markets Kditor To make steak eo farther, whether it's beef, veal or ham, try it with stuffing. But the .stuffing must be delicious and should lie distinctive. At our house, we've been ex[>rri- mentins with corn chips for stuff- Ing. They are marie of whole drain corn, twice cooked in processing and can be bought in cellophane bags or tin cans at almost any store. Their flavor is rich, toasty and nut-like. Corn Clilp Veal [toll (Servos 4) One slice veal round steak (approximately 1'i pounds). 1 cup corn chip dressing: 3 ; cup corn chips. 2!i slices bread. 2 tablespoons onions (chopped), 3 tablespoons celery (chopped!, M cup stock or bouillon. '.•; teaspoon poultry seasoning, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 'i teaspoon salt. Soak bread iu water. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Salt and pepper steak. Place 1 cup of dressing in center, spread over steak nnd roll. Tie with string. Place in casserole, acid '., crip water. Cover and bake 1'i hours at 325 degrees P. Bake remaining dressing in a groa.seil pan to serve as garnish for the roller! steak. To give potatoes an extra distinction try this casserole recipe ij.slm; more corn chips. You will like it. Corn Chip Potato Casserole ' (Serves l-fi| . One and three-quarters cups cooked potato balls, 2 tablespoons bacon drippings, .1 tablespoons onions (chopped i. i can condensed j mushroom soup (diluted with 1/1 | can of w.itw, 2 cups com chips I (crushed). | Place 1 enp corn chips In ens- j serolc. Add potatoes (drained). I sprinkle with onion which hnvc! been sauteed in bacon drippings, i then add remaining corn chips. { Pour diluted soup over the above ! ingredients. Bake in moderate oven i '350 degrees F.) for 30 minutes. These Recipes Provide Four Budget Meals Thai- Are Long on Flavor Tor a good budget meal, scrvemllk. A fish meal /or five—and a delicious one—costs $2.46. The menu: tuna - vegetable omelet, steamed celery-cabbage, steamed rice, vinaigrette cucumbers, Sally Limn, fortified margarine, caedied apples, coffee, tea, milk. For your budget dinner rtessert. try this honey-apple crisp, tested by the Virginia Extension Service. It, uses some of our abundant supply of honey and our good crop of apples. Honey-Apple Crisp rv>ur cups sliced apples. M cup si'gar. 1 tablespoon lemon juice, Vi cup honey. !(. cup nil-purpose enriched flour. '/J cup brown sugar. V» cup butter, v'i teaspoon salt vi cup . If desired. . . Spread sliced apples In a shallow baking dish. Sprinkle with su- R«r and lemon Juice and prnir honey over all. In a bowl, mix flour, brown sugar anri salt. Work In the butter as for bisculls, making a crumbly mixture. Spread these crumbs evenly over the apples and bake in n moderate oven (375 I degrees F.I for 30 to 40 minutes, or ! until apples are tender and crust i crisply browned. Serve with coffee cream. scalloped potatoes w r lth smoked ham. It's n Ilnvorsome combination. To continue Ihe menu: buttered beets, escape salad, rye bread, fortified margarine, spice cake with lemon Icing, coffee, tea, milk. That dinner for a family of five cost «2.18 In New York on Jan. 24. The present cost won't be very different. Here's a Sunday dinner for five which cost W.57 at the same lime: Chicken frlcasse. rice, green peas, and carrots, relish tray, baking powder biscuits, fortified margar- kw, orange, n«rlnj?iie pte, coffee, tes, milk. A good meat dinner for five, costing »2.38 at the time, consists of meat loaf with mashed potato «o»ering, catsup sauce, steamed kale, carrot and raisin sated, hot biscuits, fortified margarine, cupcake with )emon Iclns. coffee, tea. Apple Pie Good Dessert Any Time, of Year Apple pie with a hunk <i[ sharp Cheddar cbersel Good thought for any meal any time. Heres' a ne«~ recipe using Rome Beauty cooking apples. Anrvlc Pie (Serves fll One recipe plain pastry (enough to make a two-mist pi». 6 Rome Beauty apples, H clip firmly park- Ed brown suear. L i cup granulated Gugar. 14 teaspoon nutmeg or cinnamon. H teaspoon grated lemon rind, i; teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine. Line p-incli pie pan with one- half the pastry, and fill with apples pared and sliced; sprinkle with mixture of sucar. spices, salt, anri lemon rind, riot with buttrr. Moisten cdirc ol erupt, cover with top crust and press crimes together Brush crust with milk. Bake in hnt oven <MO Hearers F.l for 10 minutes: reri'jce heat to moderate; ^-.v^. «,., M1J ,*IAMJI- I.T rummes. '350 degrees F.i and take for ,'S' Meanwhile, trim fat from llu- steaks to 3D minutes. Garnish with 6 ; a:ict Ir *' m "- Remove the solid pieces small hearts cut oiu with eookie frnm the drippings and brown cutter or sharp kr.ife from thinly steaks on both sires. Pour off drip- s'.icert clu'cpf arranged in eirclc on Pin;s, spread the steaks wiMi a mix-! top of cr-.ri. t,,re of lite muslarrt nnd catsup anri ) „„,, ; -,: spritiKlc with salt. Pour the apri- i Roll .-coopj o: van:)].-, ,ce cream in col mixliiir over the Monk, cover u'lVi h PCa i"i"'' ° r ll!nwiuls - " rvc M'"' f«'* »»''! IKrk Ls tender, about with chooolate-iioppormiiit J.HICP. i 40 minutes. 3 .vervincs. Pork Steaks Are Plentiful Savory Pork Sleaks Steaks cut trom the fresh j»rk log also will be found on the market Uiefc tias's. Here's a fruity way to serve these or pork shoulder steaks (sliced. Boston buttt; 1'ork Steaks Wllli Aprlcols 1 cup dried apricots Vi teaspoon cinnamon 3 whcle cloves 1 tablespoon vinegar 'i cups water 3 tablespoons brown sugar, firmly packed 3 pork steaks '.I cup catsup 1 teaspoon prepared mustard Salt Combine the first fix mgrcrticnte | and cook gently about 15 minutes.! Vegetable Turnovers Different And Easy on Food Budget, Too B.v fi.lV.VOK AMDJJO.Y NKA Konil and Markets Kdltor Here's one cconon rich In essential pr, >' main dish, fin, Hint can vegetables, nenu problem, plied by the I dry milk. be made with lefto which me usually a The prolctn Is s cheese anrt the nonf . valuable source, not only ot protein, but also calcium arid rlboflavfn. A pound package costs about 40 cents and win make 5 rjuarls nt nonfat milk. Nonfat dry milk Is on the February list of plentiful. Vcgclahle Turnovers Turnover: Two cups sifted Hour '-z cup nonfat dry milk, .1 teaspoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 (ablcspoon.s chopped parsley. ',4 cu fhorlenlng, 2/3 cup water. SKt together flour, nonfat dry milk, baking powder and salt. Mix m parsley, cut In shortening with 2 ftnfvcs or paslry blender. Add water. Mix until dry Ingredients arc dampened. Turn out on floured board nnd knead V, minute. Roll out. '4 Inch thick nnd cut into eight S-lnch «|tiarcs. Place "4 cup o[ lining on each square. Fold to make, a td- angle. Moisten edges with water and seal by pressing edges firmly with I tines of fork. Prick lops. Bake in hot oven (425 degree* D until lightly browned, about 15 tn 20 minutes. Serve hot will: cheese sauce. Killing: Oije M-ounce package frozen mixed vegetables or 2 cans cooked vegetables. '4 pound processed cheese, shredded, 1 tablespoon melted butter, I small onion, sliced. II frozen vegetables are user!, cook according to directions on package. Drain and combine with cheese anri onions which have been faulted in butter. Che«s« .Sauce (Makes about 2'/i cups) TVo cups water, K cup nonfal dry milk, 6 tablespoons flour '•, teaspoon salt, dash mitmcg. '/, pound processed American cheese. Pour water into top of double boiler. Combine nonfat dry milk, flour, salt nnd nutmeg: sprinkle over top of water. Beat with rotary beater until Just blended. Cook over boiling water, stirring often, until thickened. Add cheese; THURSDAY, MARCH «, 1 952 stir until cheese melts. Serve over Vegetable Turnover. Ui-rr, Bacon Casserole Liver and bacon join In this casserole. Cut .strips of bacon In small pieces and pantry. Brown the thin liver slices in the bacon fat, (hen place both meals In a casserole with diced potatoes and a can of button mushrooms. Add cream sauce (or condensed mushroom soup to replace the button mushrooms.) Bake for 1 to 1W hours ir. a 300 degrees F. oven. ASUiSTITim FOI MEAT MAC AHOWI-SPAGHETTI 'UKt ttt» NOODLfS It's MEALTIME MAGIC! r/p -^——AJ v Gvetyood BACON 8(/Sff££S Of HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE - 3 5 Ib. box 2.39 THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES COCA-COLA case 89c IN THE PIECE (NOT SLICED) BACON--- ib.35c ALL BRANDS GUM - - 3for10c CHICKEN GIZZARDS - ib. 39c FLAKES IVORY - ig box 28c U.S. GOOD BEEF Chuck Roast y> 69c 3 LB. CAN Reelfoot Hoosier Valley SNOWDRIFT - 89c | Sliced Bacon ib. 39< TONGUE - - ib. 49c i^wi »_rv »Ti<-vr\rvt i rrvwx.trN GREEN PEAS 10 OZ. BOX 19' SUPERMARKET VEGETABLES 10 OZ. BOX 19' SUPER MARKET—12 Oz. Box SPINACH 2 FOR 35 c WHOLE SUN ORANGE JUICE 8 Cans $ 1 TENN. GRADE A STRAWBERRIES if 31 •fx^ii rviJ i LEMONS DOZEN 29' LETTUCE 2 For 15' SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 2 -15 WINESAP APPLES 5"*55 C TENN. RED PEANUTS . 29' Shop & Save Everyday AT LIBERTY

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