fAMTWBLTB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954 NORWAY KIPPERS give these stuffed green peppers added lest, and make A new dish of an old favorite. Norwegian Kippers Brighten Many Commonplace Dishes By GATNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Our favorite niece married Norwegian boy. They have Norway kippers on Sunday morning with scrambled eggs and small biscuits with strawberry jam. But they use kippers other ways. ffTbe kippers are packed in easy- to-open aluminum cans that pre- »«rve their distinct flavor and are «tocidediy economical.) Here are *wo other Norwegian recipe ideas •with American accent. Gre«n Peppers Stuffed with Norway Kippers (Serves 4) One 6*/2-ounce can Norway Kip- jxsrs (or two 3y;-oiHice cans', 4 green peppers, 2 tomatoes, 2 cups boiled rice, 4 tablespoons tomato sauce, 3 ounced melted butter, pinch of marjoram, bread crumbs, salt and pepper. Parboil green peppers until medium .soft. Trim off stems and tops. Mix boiled rice with kipper fillets , which have been cut into 1-inch i pieces. Add tomato sauce, marjoram, salt and pepper. Stuff peppers with this mixture, sprinkle with ! bread crumbs and melted butter. J Place in baking dish. Wash,tomatoes and cut in half. Sprinkle with bread crumbs, salt, pepper, and remainder of melted butter. Place in baking dish with peppers and bake in medium oven for 20 minutes or until tops are well browned. Garnish with quartered lemons tod parsley. Kipper Potato Salad (6 to 8 servings) One 6^-ounce can Norway kippers tor two SVi-ounce cans), 6 or 8 cold boiled potatoes, sliced, 3 hard-cooked eggs, 2 celery stalks with leaves, finely chopped, 8 to 10 sprigs chopped chives (or 1 small minced onion), 2 sprigs parsley, chopped. 3 tablespoons mayonnaise, small head of lettuce, 1 tomato, cut into sections, salt and peeper to taste. To make potato salad: to the sliced potatoes, add the chopped celery stalks. 2 hard-cooked eggs, finely chopped, chopped chives (or minced onioa, chopped parsley, mayonnaise, salt and pepper. Mix gently. Arrange crisp lettuce j leaves around the inside of bowl and fill with potato salad. Decorate top of salad with wagon- wheel-shaped Norway kipper fil- Teen-Agers Go For This Treat Divinity Highlights Youngsters' Party This divine candy needs long j beating, so let your teen-ager use i her good strong arm. j WONDERFUL DIVINITY j Ingredients: 2Vi cups beet or cane > sugar, 1/3 cup white corn syrup, 5 ~ j cup hot water. *i teaspoon salt, 2 i egg whites (at room temperature),! 1 teaspoon vanilla. 1 cup mixed candied (glace) fruits, M cup broken nutmeats. Method: Mix sugar, corn syrup, j hot water and salt in saucepan, j stirring to dissolve sugar entirely, j Cover pan and continue cooking to i hard-ball stage (265F). } A small amount of the syrup! dropped in cold water forms a ball j that holds its shape is hard but not j brittle, move from heat. Beat egg i whites until just foamy, then start j adding hot syrup in a pencil stream, j beating constantly; use -rotary beat- i «r or electric mixer. Continue beating for 3 to 5 minutes until candy thickens and loses its gloas. Remove beater and stir in vanilla, fruits and nuts- Drop quickly by tablespoonfuls onto lightly greased baking sheet; let set 1 hour. Makes 2% dozen pieces. Note: If there is excess moisture In t hair, cook candy a degree or so svbove the temperature given in the recipe. Be sure to have egg whites at room temperature as recipe directs. lets. Garnish with sliced tomato and sliced hard-cooked egg. Deco- Meatless Chow Mem Is Novel Main Course By CECILY BROWN STONE Associated Frew Food Editor COOK CHINESE-STYLE for one of your company meals. We tried the idea ourselves and can recommend it. Our main course was the new frozen meatless chow mein accompanied by Almond Soy Rice, and our family greatly enjoyed both dishes. As a matter of fact, I thought we were preparing for six people; I noticed that four eaters did away with every last grain! Frozen chow mein is a new product that comes in three varieties: chicken, beef and meatless. It's an especially good product, in our opinion, because the vegetables stay crisp and the gravy is well flavored. Crisp Chinese noodles are packed along with the chow mein; although the package suggests sen-ing the noodles "as is," we prefer to heat them in the oven. We tried serving three packages of the chow mein to four people, to see if we could keep our menu cost down, but our tasters all complained! They liked the chow mein so well that they insisted one package is not too much for each person served. For the start of your Chinese- style meal, take a Up from the usual bill of fare in a Chinese- American restaurant. Tomato juice with saltines, or chicken soup with soft noodles or rice, will make an acceptable first course. Or if you I expect company at this meal ,you Avocado-Stuffed Celery Salad Ingredient*: 1 medium-sized avocado, 1 teaspoon finely grated mild petiier and have shrimp dipped in a batter and fried- Desert might be pineapple slices and almond cookies. Or you could have orange sherbet. Or maybe you fancy broiled or baked peaches? If you can get hold of some ginger marmalade, put a spoonful of it' in each peach cavity before heating then serve with whipped cream It's ! a combination we favor. ' ' ALMOND SOY RICE Ingredients: % cup butter or margarine, 2 cups converted-type rice 2>,i cups boiling water, % cup ^ sause. 2 tablespoons butter or mar- garine, 1 cup blanched slivered almonds- Method: Heat 1 A cup butter in large heavy skillet over low heat. Add rice and stir constantly untiL rice is golden brown. Add water and soy sauce; cover skille tightly. Simmer 40 minutes or until liquid in absorbed and rice cooked through. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in a small skillet; add almonds; cook and stir over low heat until almonds are lightly browned. Stir almonds into rice- Makes 6 servings. Serve with frozen meatless chow mein heated according to package directions. onion (pulp and juice), 4 tablespoons pickle reliih, wit, celery, paprika, salad greens. Method: Cut avocado into halve*; remove seed and skin. Mash fruit fine and mix with onion, pickle relish and salt to taste. Stuff celery wi'th avocado mixture; cut into 2-mcn pieces; sprinkle with paprika. Serve on salad greens. 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