Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 26, 1974 · Page 50
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JL^JfflMUWEOT ARKANSAS TIMES. FayetteviHe. Ark.. Friday, April M, 1m DESSERTS ItKST EVER I t K O W N I K S Km-cn Maxtor New Mope [load Lincoln, Ark. l'i cup slft«! n i l purpose flour '/i loaspoon salt Vi Icnspoon Clubber Girl bilking powder 1 cup chopped wiilnnUi W cup butler or margarine 1 cup sui£ir 2 eggs- 2 squares cbocolalc. molted 1 Isp. vanilla extract Vi cup confuctioner's sugar optional Sin flour, baking powder together. Mix in walnuts, cream butter luilil soft and smooth, tidd sugar gradually and cream until f l u f f y . Add eggs, one at a lime, beating after e a c h addition. Blend chocolate and vanilla. Add dry ingredients and heal u n t i l well blended. Turn .Into greased pan. Bake at 350 degrees 2 0 0 2 5 minutes. Cool in pan nftci sprinkling confectioners sugar over top. Yield 12-lfi. I also like to serve them as a snack UAZOIlItACK PIE Miss Sandra Wagner Rt. 8. Hwy. 71 S. Greenland, Ark. 2 eggs, slightly beaten (If using small eggs, use 3) 1 can (16 OZ.-21 oz.) solid p u m p k i n mix Vt ·% cup of sugar '/z teaspoon salt ' 1 toblospoon cinnamon Vi Lsp. ginger (optional) tional) '/ cup evaporated rnilk J /i cup brown sugar i 8-inch or 9 inch unbaked pi 1 -' shell with fluted edges Beat eggs in large bowl. Then add sugars and mix. Add pumpkin mix. M i x i n s a l t , c i n n a m o n . ginger. a n d evaporated milk Stir until thoroughly mixed. Pour in pie slicll. Bake 15 minutes at 400 - 425 degrees. Then reduce to 350 degrees and bake -15 minutes or insert knife every so often Pie is done if k n i f e comes out clean. .Cool. Ihcn garnish. Good victory pie for Arkansas games especially Arkansas vs. Texas football games. SPICY PUMPKIN TORTE Lcia Otwell 1114 East Ridge Way Dr. F a y e t l c v i l l c . Ark. I pkg 2-layor-size spice cake mix W Isp. baking soda 1 c. milk 2 CBKS I can pumpkin 1 II). size Vi c finely chopped, pared apple Vi e. chopped w a l n u t s Va c. dales 1 r. whipping cream i Ibsp. honey '" I SP. g r o u n d c i n n a m n n Cpmbino cake mix ond ^sodS. Add m i l k ami eggs. Blend at ow speed of electric mixer t i l l leiidcd Ik'at at m e d i u m speed t i l l well blended. Fold in annte 'juts, ami dales. Pour inlo J 0,11-0,1 nxD.v2.mch b a k i n g pan K.ilu- in MO degree oven for' ·f. lo -10 minutes. Cool. Cut cake in squares. Combine the whipping cream, honey and c i n n a m o n . Wliip to soft peaks lop each s(]irarc_with lopping. Teaching All Phases Of Cosmetology For Further Inform adon DIAI, 521-3S71 I'-KICNCH DESSERT, CHEESE Janet Gregory 121V Baldwin Ave ['"ayetleville, Ark. Crust: Line 9-inch pie dish. 2 tbsp. butler I tsp. sugar H Zwieback crackers, crushed Bake 5 min., 350 degrees. Cool. K i l l i n g : 3 . 3-oz. pkg. cream cheese 2 eggs dash of salt '/i cup sugar ' tsp. vanilla W pkg. small slivered almonds, chopped and tousled Mash cream cheese add eggs, sugar, vanilla and salt Mir till smooth and creamy i Ln llr mto cooled crust. Bake at 300 degrees for 20 min. Cool 30 minutes. Topping: 1 cup sour cream 2 Ibsp. sugar 1 Isp. vanill a 2 chocolate bars Beat sour cream, sugar, vanilla. Melt chocolate in double Boiler, a_dd to sour cream. Pour on to COOLED filling. Smooth- l "K topping over cnlirc parts Bake 10 minutes. Top with t h e rest of the almonds. It's a very delicious variation lo omit chocolate bars, and add a f r u i t filling, when it has finished cooking. Such as straw- b ackberi-y. 1 have made il with b pckbcrry. I have made it with all these and have nothing but success. I find these directions easier -- y ou may do as you CARAMEL CREME · MklUNGUE DREAMS Mrs. B. W. Mark 1904 Stone Street Springdale, Ark. 1 «JP (6-oz. pkg.) caramel '/i cup water K pt. whipping cream, whipped 8 baked meringue shells cooled Combine caramel chips and water in saucepan and m e l t over low heat. Cool to r o o m temperature. Meanwhile whin the cream. Fold melted caramel into cream and spoon into individual meringue shells. Yield: 8 servings. Meringue shells: 2 egg whites '/a tsp. salt y« tsp. cream of tartar '2 cup sugar V4 cup finely chopped nuts '! tsp. pure vanilla extract Combine egg whites, salt and h rt TV f l a r t a r in a mixing bowl. Heat u n l i l foamy. A d d sugar 2 tbsp. at a time, beat- i n g after each addition u n t i l sugar is blended. Then continue £ a ' ln 8 ""til. very stiff peaks form. Fold in finely chinned nuts and vanilla extract. Bl£nd w e l l . Using a spoon shape mi x - ure mio P l g ht even rounds on unglazcd paper on baking sheet ^,° a , ncsl ! ikc depression in in . r « f ° ach - B n k e at 30 ° for ·W to 35 minutes. Cool and remove from paper. Yield: 8 meringue shells. STIIUDEI.ET COOKIES Mrs. Beatrice Herbst Route 9-Old Wire Hd. Fayclleville, Ark. Strudelet Dough: '/* cup butter or margarine 1 cup flour ·j egg .volks. slightly beaten : tbsp. lemon juice 1 Isp. grated lemon rind F i l l i n g : 2 egg whiles, beaten stiff '/z cup sugar or '/i lb powdered sugar ground' Wa '" Uts ° r P 003 " 5 ' Cut butter into flour, blend mix Add rest of ingredients and mix lightly wilh fork until Hour is moistened. Gather dough and press into 24 uniform balls. Place in refrigerator overnight, the,, roll each ball out lo 4 in diameter. Bcal egg whites, add sugar and ground nuts. Place bv spoonful in each rolled out ball of dough like .a jelly roll, roll i D ; p ,l a ; e on ""Ceased cookie fcein3M Different and delicious. "MAGIC" 6-WAY COOKIES Norma Courson Rt. 5, Wyman Road Fayclleville, Ark. l'/z cups Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk (15 oz. can) Vi cup peanut butter Any ONE of the ingredients listed below: 2 cups raisins or 2 cups corn flakes or 5 cups shredded coconut or 2 cups bran flakes or 1 cup chopped nut meats or 2 cups chopped dates Mix condensed milk, peanut butter and any ONE of the ingredients listed above Dron by tea spoonfuls on to well greased baking sheet. Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees F ) for 12 m i n . or until brown Kemove from pan at once cookies. 3 ab ° Qt 3 ° ' 2 ' A -' mctl BANANA SPLIT CAKE j M n H , ' 800 Hall Ave Fayettevillc. Arlc. Crust: 2 pkg. graham crackers (use box where they are packed three in box) crush fine 2 sticks oleo, melted Filling: 2 cups sifted powdered sugar 2 whole eggs 2 sticks oleo Mix crackers and melted oleo and press in bottom and sides of pan, 9x13x4. Chill. Beat together for 5 or 10 min. u n t i l fluffy, the sugar, eggs and oleo, spread over Ihe crust. Slice 5 or C bananas, pul over r u l i n g , cover bananas w i t h one large can crushed pineapple, drained. Top with one large tub of Cool Whip, sprinkle ·n cup chopiwd nuts over topping and garnish with maraschino cherries. Chill at least 12 hours, if possible before serving. Nobody makes Malt Liq like Schlitz. Nobody! uor Exceileot for Cooking Tool LEMON PIE S U P R E M E Mrs. C. E. Williams Rt. 3 Fayctleville, Ark. 7 tbsp. cornslarr' 1V4 c. sugar 'A tsp. salt 1VS c. hot water 3 egg yolks, beaten 2 tbsp. butter or margarine 1 tsp. grated lemon peel Vfc c. fresh lemon juice Mix dry ingredients in sauce- Pan, gradually stir in water. °? k ,t v - e f direct neat - stirring until thick and clear about 10 minufes. Remove from heat stir '/2 c. hot mixture inlo egg yolks. Stir back into hot mix Ur ^ y^,?TM' 10 "1 *"* stirring Meringue bea ue Beat 3 egg whites with W tsn d^r n tartar until lhy.' dd G Ibsp. sugar gradually t until very stiff, spread - BakG at M ° for " i5 (Can be frozen) BONUS RECIPES TURKEY KEBOBS Turkey thighs 1 tsp. poultry seasoning « c. soy sauce 1 clove gaclic A tsp. powdered ginger . green pepper, cut into 1- mch cubes.- j ; very small cooked onions or I large onion sliced in 1-inch cubes and parboiled for 5 minutes. skewers Bone, skin and cut turkey thigh meat in 44 to 1-iiich cubes Place cubes in a bowl. Add' Poultry seasonings, soy sauce ginger and mashed garlic' Marinate about 10 minutes. Drain. Reserve marinade. Thread cubes on skewers alternating meat with onions and peppers. Cover generously with reserved marinade and broil 10 minutes or until meat is tender. Be careful not lo overcook PETIT FOURS 1 pkg. (18'/i oz.) yellow cake mix 2 boxes (6.2 oz.) white glaze mix or your own recipe for 3 cups fondant icing. 1 can (16',4-oz.) vanilla frosting or your own recipe for 2 cups white frosting 1 small pastry bag 1 coupling that fits in pastry bag so that tubes may be changed without upsetling icing inside 4 pelite tips, basket, star, leaf, and petal Prepare the cake mix according to package directions. Pour into a greased and floured j»xl2-in. pan and bake at 350 for about 30 minutes. Remove from oven and cool on wire rack. Cut the cake into diamond, square and rectangular shapes. Prepare "laze mix or fondant icing. Tint one-half yellow and one-half pink and coat the cakes individually on a wire rack set over a sheet of waxed paper to catch drippings. Allow to dry. Divide t h e vanilla frosting into bowls and tint different shades. Follow the directions for piping meringue, but use petite tips. Makes 24. 10 CREOLE PORK AND RICE H .Ibs. lean pork steak cut in 1-inch strips 1 c. uncooked regular rice M c. chopped onion 'A c. sliced celery Vi c. coarsely chopped green pepper ' 2 cans (8 oz- each) or a preferably wiUi tomato bits 1 c. water 1 tsp. salt Vi tsp. sugar Vi tsp. thyme or marjoram Oz. pkg. frozen peas, partially thawed. In skillet or heavy saucepan, lightly brown pork. Pour off fat. , Add uncooked rice, onion celery and green pepper. Cook. stirring, until onion is golden Add tomoto sauce, water salt sugar and thyme. Bring to boil, reduce heat and simmer, covered, 30 minutes. Add peas, simmer, covered, 5 minutes more, or until rice is tender. Stir lightly to fluff nee before serving to 5 or G If preferred, peas may be cooked and served separately Rent a New Piano On Our Rent-or-Buy Plan For Beginner Student Mason « Hamlln Wurlltzer New Pianos from $695.00 Knabo Fischer Wurlltrsr Oygani Rents for $15 Monthly Ren! up to six nionlhu. 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