The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 16, 1952
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THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1*M Spanish. Rice Recipe Provides Quick Meal . By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor You'll find lots of use for these two recipes. The Spanish rice Is great for times when you must get » meal—a good one—In a hurry. f'jfht baby lima bean casserole recipe • from Maryland is not only unusually good, but Is also a substantial quickie meal in itself. Spanish Rice Pronto (Makes 4 wrvlncs) One-quarter cup bacon drippings, margarine or butter. 1 medium onion, thinly sliced (abov.l « cup), H medium green pepper, diced (about 'i cup), m cups packaged pre-cooked rice, 1»1 cups hot water, 2 cans tomato sauce, 1 teaspoon salt, dash of pepper. 1 teaspoon prepared mustard. If desired. Melt fat In saucepan. Add onion, green pepper and rice and cook and stir over high heat until Itght- lr browned. Add water, tomato sauce, salt, pepper and mustard. Mix well. Bring quickly to a boil. Cover tifrhtly, lower heat and simmer gently 10 minutes. Meat Spanish Klet: Use recipe for Spanish Rice Pronto. After the rice has simmered lo minutes, ndd I to ivi cups diced cooked meat— such as smoked tongue, roast lamb, roast beef, roast pork, or any lef- over meat. Or use canned luncheon meat. Mix well and heat thoroughly. Makes 4 servings. ChetH Spantih Rfce: Use recipe for Spanish Rice Pronto. Alter the vice has simmered 18 minutes, »dd •A cup grated iharp cheese. Mix well and heat thoroughly. Turn Into serving dish *nd sprinkle- with another M cup grated cheese. Baby Green' tlma Bean Mushroom Casserole Diilanj (Serve* 4-5) Heat 1 can condensed mushroom soup, Add 1 package of defrosted green baby lima beans. Bring lo a boil. Add 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion, i teaspoon Worcestershire sauce (optional), salt and pepper to taste. Pour Into baking dish. Cover with buttered crumbs or crushed potato chips. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees p.) for 20 to 26 minutes. 'Frankwiches' Provide Quick And Simple Dish When youngsters have friends In (AKK.}' OUURBA KIWI FOR AFTERNOON TKA TIME s»nr. t«» wHfc Seofcfc cram, •cones, pastr.e. rlued with honey »iid mte* or»n»7rl»d. Scotch Orange Honey Scones Provide a Top Tea-Time Treat By GAYN'OR MADUOX NBA Food and Markets Editor A pot of lea in the afternoon is wonderfully pleasant and refreshing, as we know from long • exoe*- rience in our home. Serve a basket of Scotch orange honey scones along with ihe tea and you have something pretty special. rai'fte Honey Scones [Makes 15 scones) for the tea or breakfast table. Chopped apples folded into the dough with a spicy cinnamon topping makes this bread special. Cinnamon-Apple Buns (Makes one dincen buns) Puns: One cup sifted enriched flour. 3 teaspoons baking powder, l i teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons sugar, H teaspoon cinnamon. T i teaspoon allspice, "i cup shortening. RED CROSS ELBOW "Short-Cut" Sl^SHETTI Cooks in 7 Minutes GUARANTEED beffer or Your Money Back COOKS QUICKER TASTES BETTER COSTS LESS in every way with tiuutt-u ummuiiu-snapea cut-i _ : ' J ' In: | Topping: One-half teaspoon clnGlaze: Two tablespoons honey :' " amon ' '' CU P sugar. Sprinkle tiie grated rind of one orange. Brush I " bove dou ?" with mixture of cin- each piece of dough with honey '• namon Bnd fu gar. Bake In a hot and sprinkle with orange rind. Bake ' °;' en U25 ^recs p., 12 to 15 min... ungreased baking sheet in a: utes unt11 wel1 browned, very, hot oven (450 degrees F.) g to 10 minutes. KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store SEE THE NEW Bopi Grains , IsoA.rHitdintHcS'il.EvePte.t J/J tablespoons sugar. !4 cup shorten-1 ml]ki . feg ' Deat ™' " CU P Sift together flour, baking powder, salt, sugar and spices. Cut In shortening until mixture resembles corn meal; add rolled oatfi and apple, mixing thoroughly. Combine beaten egg and milk and add to dry ingredients, mixing lightly only until mixture is dampened. Turn out on lightly floured bonrd or canvas and knead gently a lew seconds, shape into balls and place or cam-as to »;-~inch thickness" cut' on "Creased baking sheet. Flatten balls sliphtly. and (here's that inevitable' call"for lng> '--' cllp 1 llick ™ ! led oats, un"something to eat" here is a Quick' cooked ' 2 ' 3 CU P milk Sift together flour, baking powder, salt and sugar into bowl. Cut in shortening until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Blend in rolled oats. Add milk mixing lightly until dough leaves sides of bowl. (Add a litle more milk if necessary to make a soft dough). Knead eentiy a few seconds, Roll, dough out on lightly floured board j »;-inch thickness; cut' floured diamond-shaped cut- I iCn/7/ Powder Scores with Meat Dishes Prom the land of siestas and ;om- peppy seasoning Cinnamon-Apple Buns are another easy hot bread that's perfect and tasty way to satisfy — jiffy frankfurter sandwiches. Serve these for lunch or a quick supper, too, suggests Rcba .Staggs, home economist. To prepare these broiler treats, remove the crusts from slices of, brcros comes .. ,...,.„, „,.„„,.„,, bread. Then spread each slice with r which was present in the first Mex butter mixed with n bit of pre- lean cookery. It's chili powder. HI pared mustard. Place i frankfurter { unusually good seasoning for mea diagonally on each slice of bread. Holl it up" and fasten with wooden picks. Broil the sandwiches 3 to 4 Inches from the heat, turning them eo they will be browned on all sides. When nicely browned, remove them from your broiler and top wooden piris with stuffed olives, Adding Meat Makes Soup Hearty Dish Hot «oup Is sure lo take an Important spot In your lunches during thin fall season. An easy way to •dd nearly goodness'to your soup wiring It to float moat cubes atop For instance. If you're serving, split pea soup, cut leftover horn In- ] to bite-size cubes and place over; tile top of the soup, suggests Reba Btaggs, home economist. Canned smoked tongue and canned lunch- [ eon cubes also are grand with this I ROUp. ' I Vegetable soup has a partner In] roast, bee/, pot-roast or corned beef Potato soup is just right with beef cubes, too. Another soup favorite, tomato Is linked with pork. Use pork roasl cubes or ham. Frankfurters cut into thin slices also make a tempting tomato soup topping. Food budeeteers should remember that potatoes are an inexpensive source of energy for both youngsters and grownups. 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