The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1952 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, OCT. », 1WI BLTTHETH.-LB MJUR1B1 KCGfE BLKVEN Sauerkraut, Apple Stuffing Oops with Pork Shoulder B> GAYNOR MAUDOX NIA Food and Market* Editor Brisk nights build large appetites tor tJiii recipe: fresh pork shoulder stuffed with sauerkraut and chopped tart apples. Sauerkraut- Stuffed fink Fork Shoulder (Servei &)• One *- or 6-pound freeh pork shoulder, skinned and boned, sail and freshly ground pepper, 1 No. 2 can sauerkraut, drained; 2 cups chopped unpared apples, l .*s teaspoon paprika, 2 tablespoons melted bacon drippings. Have butcher make ppt*et In • pork shoulder tor stuffing. Sseason meat inside and out with salt and pepper. In a large bowl, combine esueKkraut. apples, paprika and bacon drippings; inix lightly but thoroughly. Pill meat pocket with this mixture, but do not pack too tightly. Close opening with toothpicks or skeweri. Place roast, lat side up, on rack In shallow pan, Cook until tender In moderate oven (325 degrees F.) at 43 minutes per pound. Here's another sauerkraut and pork recipe just right for this time of year. Sauerkraut is used abundantly now, incidentally. Apple Sauerkraut With Koalt Pork (4 to 8 servings) Two pounds loin of pork, 2 teaspoons salt, freshly ground black aepper, 2 medium tart apples. 1 2!S can sauerkraut, 1 small on,on, chopped, 1 tablespoon brown iugar. Season loin of pork with salt and pepper. Place on rack In open roasting pan with fat side xip. Roost Jn moderate oven <325 degrees F.) at 40 minutes per pound, or until meat is thoroughly done. Wash, core and chop nnpared apples, in bowl, combine apples, sauerkraut, onion and sugar; nils thoroughly. About 30 minutes before roast will be done, pour off most of the pork drippings. Reserve for Ju- ture use. Spread sauerkraut mixture around roast. Return roast to oven and continue to cook until done. Ambrosia Pie s New Dessert It Has Something Different That Puts Z«»t into Dessert BLACK CAT CAKE with oranrt K>rt-«Hnk B»voci»i and wanrr frosting is « choeelalr cake la dellfbt you In * Hallowe'en «rtlliu Orange Soft Drink Is Used to Flavor This 'Black Cat' Halloween Cake SAVORY CREESE RICE STUFFING for hollowed-oot »»11 vtte- Ublei is sprinkled with crumbled cooked bacon for *Mt4 fttvor. Cheese Rice Good Vegetable Filler for Variety of Foods r By GAYXOR MADDOX NE\ Food ami Markets Editor Stuffed onions, toniatoea eggplant,zucchini, green peppers all make wonderful fall dishes. Hollow ; t!'?m out. steam or bake them until tender, then fill with savory staffing. They make a complete main dish for luncheon this way or a very substantial addition to dinner. Here'5 a quick stuffing made with the new, packaged, pre-cooked rice: Cheese Rice (M^.kes 4 servings) One and one-third cups packaged, pre-cooked rice; l 1 ^ cups water, 1 teaspoon salt, U teaspoon pepper, *1 cup grated cheddar cheese or 1] cup grated processed American ~ cheese, 8 strips of b'acon, cooked until crisp. Combine rice, water, salt and pepper In saucepan. Mix just until all rice is moistened. Bring quickly to a boil over high heat, uncovered, fluffing rice gently once or twice with a fork. (Do not stir.) Cover and remove from heat. Let stand 5 minutes. Place \k cup of the cheese on top of the rice. (Do not mix.) Cover s<*ain and let stand 5 minutes more, Mix lightly with a fork. Stuff Into vegetables and Bv GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food nnd Market* Editor For October parties and above all for approaching Hallowe'en, this black cat cake is very special. Chocolate inside but with orange frosting. It uses orange soft drink to give a rich, moist consistency and flavor. Black Cat Cake One-half cup shortening, 1 cup sugar, 2 eggs, beaten, 2 squares chocolate, melted, Hi cups sifted all- purpose flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, Vt teaspoon baking soda, \'i teaspoon salt, ^i cup oini'ige carbonated beverage, % teaspoon vanilla. Cream shortening and sugar together until creamy. Add eggs, well beaten, and melted chocolate. Sift dry ingredients together and add alternately In thirds with carbonated b&vera^c, then add vanilla. Beat thoroughly until batter Is smooth. Orange Frosting One-quarter cup butter or shortening, 2 cups confectioners' sugar 2 tablespoons orange carbonated beverage, 2 tablespoons orange rind orange food coloring. Cream shortening, sift confectioners' sugar. Add sugar, a little at a time, alternately with carbonated beverage, Arid orange rind and sufficient food coloring. Beat vigorously until light and creamy and of spreading consistency. Black Cat One cup confectioners 1 sugar, 1 tablespoon butter, 1 tablespoon nii3k, Vi teaspoon vanilla, I square chocolate, melted. Cream a small portion of sugar with butter. Add milk drop by drop alternately with remaining sugar. Add vanilla and melted chocolate. cake. Draw around it with a tooih pick or cake testt-r. Remove cut-out, With pastry tube outline cat with thin line. Fill In center of cat and spread evenly to edi^e of outline with small pointed knife. If knife gets sticky, keep dipping it in glass of warm water to clean. Special Sauce For a Turkey Sumptuous Answer To Company Question Lay cut-out of n cat on frosicd sprinkle with crumbled cooked bacon and the .rest of the cheese. ' One of 'our favorite vegetable dishes i.s this: First, cut tomatoes in half—sprinkle a little, very little,! Stir until of spreading consistency, brown svigar on top of each half.] Then chop green pepper, onion and • parsley and mix. Place a mound of 1 this mixture on top of the brown | sugar. Over the vegetable mixture lay a small strip of flat bacon. Place the tomatoes in a shallow baking dish. Sake in moderate oven about 15 minutes. Succulent and different with fish or steak. When the family g cts tIred o plain vegetables try combining them. Peas and sliced boiled potatoes are delicious in R cream sauce; diced cnrrots (cooked) and celery crescents (also cooked) nre another f;ood ombination when served with melted butter or margarine and seasoned with salt, and freshly- ground pepper. By GAYNOR MATH) OX Nt.fi FWMJ and Murkelft Editor Looking for a very special dish for very special company? Then here's a , sumptuous answer using turkey, now so plentiful. Our friend, John Russell, executive chef of the Pub- lick House, Sturbridge, Mass., showed us how to prepare It. Tan-Fried Breasts of Turkey With Supreme Sauce Separate the raw breasts trom a young turkey (or buy turkey breasts at your "parts" store) and slice hi ^-inch slices. Dip in beat- egg and roll in Hour seasoned with ialt, pepper and a little paprika. Drop alices of turkey In hot. butler in heavy frying pan. Cook over a medium heat until golden browr on all sides.-Arrange slices on * platter. Pour the Supreme Sauce over turkey, garnish with toastet slivers of almonds or parsley. Supreme Sauce Melt 2 tablespoons butter. Add 2 tablespoons flour, gradually, Stii const a n tly whl! e c ookt ng for t wi tc three minutes. Four on 1 cup strong turkey or chicken stock Stir and rook until smooth. Add beaten egg yolks, a little salt am pepper, ant! continue cooking. Tast for seasoning and thin to desire* consistency with cream. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Something different puts zest )n assert. So why not try these two leauties: The first comes from a friend In California. The Banana Sherbet comes from the charming anc >rnctical new bfxjk, "The Art [talian Desserts," by Maria Lo Pinto. It contains ovrr 250 recipes for desserts, confections and liqueurs — a good item for your Christmas list. Ambrosia Pie (Makes one 8-Ench pie) Three-quarters cup orange juice, U cup domestic muscatel or white port wine for an additional *i cup orange juice), *; cup orange marmalade, 1 package orange-flavored gelatin, 1 ten spoon lemon Juice, 1 pint vanilla Ice cream, 1 baked <8- |nch> pie shell, whipped cream and fre.sh orange sections for garnish- Ing. Heat orange juice, win-p and marmalade to slmmcrirm: add gelatin and stir until dissolved. Remove from heat. Add lemon juice. Add Ice crrarn bv spoonfuls (o the hot mixture, stlrrtne until melted. ChiN until mixture begins to thicken. Pour into pie shell. Chill until firm. Garnish with whipped cream and fresh orange sections before serving. Granlia J)l Banana (Bannna SherheM — {Serves t) One cup water, 1 CUD sugar, 2 ripe bananns, iuice of 2 large oranges, Juice of 2 lemons. Boll sugar and water In saucepan 5 mlnutps. Cool. ?.1nsh bananas with fork; gradually add orange nnd lemon juice: blend. Combine with cool syrup. Beat vi gorously. Pour into freezing tray; place In freezing unit of automatic refrigerator until partly frozen. Transfer to chilled howl: beat riskly until light and fluffy; ve- >lace In freezing (ray nnd freeze. Ground Beef Has Many Varied Uses Most of us use ground beef a lot more these rtnys than we used to. It's Important, though, to avoid monotony. Here nre two different uses for ground beef that we like Maybe your family will like Ihem, too. - Ground Beef Potato Pie (4 servln(i) One pound ground beef,' L 4 cup finely chopped onion, one 6-ounce can tomato siuice, 2 tablespoons chill siuice, »1 teaspoon salt, H tea- cpoon p«pp«r, • H teaspoon chill powder, 2 cups seasoned mashed po- toes. Brown meat and onion In n little lot fat. Add rest of Ingredient* with exception of potatoes. Heat well. 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