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January 10, 2016  | Everyday Recipes
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Replies, Requests - need recipe for Caramel corn | good batch of split pea soup | ways to cook big batch of neck bones | need substitute for bacon or salt pork | need good frugal recipes | need how to make alfredo sauce | need recipe for zucchini cobbler | need mug cake and mug meal recipes | need tea cakes recipe |

Today's Recipes - Strawberry Banana Topped French Toast Recipe | Batter Fried Vegetables RecipePork Chop Supper Recipe | Cottage Fried Potatoes Recipe | Double Cinnamon Swirl Bread Recipe | Old Fashioned Cinnamon & Nut Rolls Recipe |

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Nancy Rogers  


Anyone have the recipe for Caramel corn? May not be exact name , but it had brown sugar, butter, Karo syrup. It was cooked, poured over popped popcorn. Then, it was baked in oven. I made this in the 70's. Would like to find the
recipe. Thanks.
Marvis in Texas


No newsletter was sent out yesterday.  When more recipes, questions and tips were sent in today, the newsletter was sent out.
Nancy 


I'm in need of a recipe. The weather has turned cold(er) LOL and rainy in my part of southern California and just right for a good batch of split pea soup. A few years back I found what I considered to be the BEST recipe for split pea soup that I've ever had. I may have gotten it from this Nancyland site but I've lost the recipe and can't locate it in the Nancyland files. So I'm sending this request to all Nancylanders who have a good TNT recipe for split pea soup to post it on this site for everyone to consider. The recipe I've misplaced or lost called for the dry split peas to be soaked and then (I think) cooked with a ham hock or ham shank but since I don't have the recipe I'm uncertain of just how it all went together - but it was a Keeper of a recipe and I'd like to find it again or something similar. I was never all that interested in split pea soup but the recipe I lost made a believer out of me that this kind of tummy filling comfort food is a winner when the temperature and other weather conditions dictate 'Soup on the Menu'.
"Drink" - Lake Forest, CA


Re:Neck Bones Recipes
My dear friend Carolyn used to buy a big batch of neck bones, cook in a large pot with water, salt and when done, she put chunks of potatoes or diced ones in the broth and cooked till the potatoes were tender. Serve with home made cornbread and you have a good country meal that is inexpensive. Served her family well.
Sharon in TN


Strawberry Banana Topped French Toast Recipe

Ingredients
1 egg
1/4 cup fat free milk
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 slice (1 ounce) whole grain bread
1/4 cup sliced strawberries
1/4 cup sliced banana

Directions
In a shallow bowl beat the egg with the milk and cinnamon. Dip both sides of the bread in the milk mixture.

Spray a small skillet with non-stick butter spray and place the bread in the pan. Cook for about 2-3 minutes per side or until golden and cooked through. Cut in half diagonally. Place half on a plate. Top with half of the strawberries and bananas. Cover with the other toast half and the remaining strawberries and bananas.
Makes 1 serving
S in FL
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I am looking for a substitute for bacon or salt pork in a recipe.
Thanks, Janis


We are trying to find good frugal recipes. Does anyone have some suggestions on how to cut down costs when cooking.
Mary


Batter Fried Vegetables Recipe

Mushroom, onion rings, carrots, asparagus, zucchini and yellow squash, broccoli, cauliflower

Pancake batter
Vegetable oil
Salt and pepper to taste (after deep frying)

Dip vegetables in batter. Deep fry in vegetable oil.
Works well with zucchini and other squash. Love fresh asparagus deep fried. Carrots should be cut into 3 inch lengths and cut into strips about 1/2 inch wide and cooked a few minutes before dipping in batter and frying.
Lisa
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Pork Chop Supper Recipe

Ingredients
6 pork chops
6 potatoes
1 large or 2 small cans pork & beans
1 onion

Brown meat in skillet in a small amount of shortening. Peel and dice potatoes (par boil in water). Sauté onion in meat fryings. Add meat, onion and beans to potatoes with water to cover. Cook with lid on. Cook on low for about 1 hour or until cooked done.
Sue
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Crockpot Pork Chops Recipe

Ingredients
6 pork chops
1 can Progresso Soup Chicken and Home-style Noodles

Directions
Place uncooked pork chops in crockpot. Add soup and make sure meat is covered. Add 1/2 soup can water. Check every several hours to see more water if needed. Cook on low for 6 hours.
Sue
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I need to know how to make alfredo sauce.
Faye


Nancy: I must congratulate you on this newsletter. It is informative and everyone is sending in the best recipes from everywhere. I am enjoying receiving your newsletter daily.
Lynne in TN


Crock Pot Pork Chops with Tomatoes Recipe

Ingredients
1 can (8 oz.) stewed tomatoes
1/4 c. instant minced onions
1 tsp. each garlic salt, oregano and sugar
1/2 tsp. Pepper
1 can (8 oz.) tomato sauce
1 tsp. (double) hickory-smoked flavored barbeque sauce
4 loin pork chop steaks, 3/4 inch thick

Directions
Combine everything into crock pot. Cook at least 6-8 hours on low.
Linda NM
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Does anyone have the recipe for the dessert that was on the back of the box of Nilla Wafers using banana's and pudding, I bought a box of the cookies but no recipe on the box.
thanks, Sally in Pa


Hi Nancy, I am 77 years old, and I enjoy your news letter so very much. I have tried many, many of the recipes, and all have been very good. I need a recipe for Snicker Doodle cookies, made from cake mix. You are a "jewel" to us. Thank you...so much
Marla


My neighbor wants a recipe for Cream of Wheat Cornbread. Cany anyone out there help me with a tried and tested recipe for it.
Sharon


This if for the person that wanted easy to make recipes.
Lisa

Tomato Soup Meatloaf Recipe

Ingredients
1-1 1/2 lb. lean ground beef
1-2 c. soft bread crumbs
1 regular can Cambell's tomato soup, undiluted
1 egg
Salt and pepper

Directions
Mix all ingredients together, reserving 1/2 can of tomato soup for topping. Pat into loaf pan. Top with rest of tomato soup. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
Lisa
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Does anyone have a recipe for zucchini cobbler? I have heard it tastes like apple crisp.
Mary Ann


I am single and would like some mug cake and mug meal recipes. Also what size and what kind of mug is needed. I would like some main dish recipes for cooking in a mug as well.
Thanks, Ken in Chicago



 


Betty Crocker Free Samples Just for You 



When I was a child I can remember my mother making what she called "TEA CAKES". Had nothing to do with tea. I remember her making them like she would biscuits made from scratch. She would make a hole in the flour and pour in the cane syrup with sugar added and some lard and do not remember her adding milk but she may have. Do not know if any other ingredient was added. She made these like small biscuits but patted them into a prepared baking pan in squares. When done the bars or teacakes would be merged together and she would cut them into squares. Very moist and chewy. Would love to get this recipe if someone knows of it.
Erma in Orange Pk, FL


Cottage Fried Potatoes Recipe

Ingredients:
4 medium red potatoes, scrubbed
1 T. butter or margarine
2 t. bacon drippings (or use all butter)
Salt and pepper to taste
Bacon, cooked and crumbled, optional
Green onions, finely chopped, optional
sour cream, optional

Directions:
Cover potatoes with cold water. Bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer til potatoes are just barely tender, 8 to 12 minutes. Drain thoroughly; cool slightly and cut into 1/2 inch slices. Melt butter and bacon drippings in nonstick skillet over medium heat. Put slices in hot pan and season with salt and pepper. Brown slowly, turning as potatoes cook to a golden brown. Cook 15 to 20 minutes or til crisp on both sides. To serve, top with crumbled bacon,green onions and sour cream if desired.
Serves 2
Sherry (in Indiana)
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And more lamb:

Snow Capped Lamb Chops Recipe

6 shoulder lamb chops, 1/2 in. thick
2 T. shortening
Salt
Pepper
1/2 c. water
1/2 t. thyme
1/2 c. chopped celery
1/3 c. sliced scallions
1 ( 3 oz) can broiled chopped mushrooms
Mushroom liquid
3 T. flour
1 T. minced parsley
1/2 c. sour cream
2 T. chopped scallions

Brown chops in shortening; sprinkle w/salt & pepper. Drain off fat. Add water, thyme, celery & sliced scallions. Cover & cook low 45 min. or until tender. Remove chops from skillet. Stir mushroom liquid slowly into flour & blend; gradually stir this liquid into skillet & cook, stirring constantly until thickened. Add mushrooms & parsley. Top chops w/ sour cream & return to pan. Cover & heat 3 more min. Sprinkle w/chopped scallions before serving.
Serves 6
Athena in DE (Source: Florence Hanford)
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More Oldies for M L.

Double Cinnamon Swirl Bread Recipe
(bread machine adaptation)

Dough:
1/2 c. water
1/4 c. Crisco, cut up
1 egg, 2 T. of white reserved (for Topping)
1/4 c. granulated sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
2 1/8 c. bread flour
1 1/2 tsp. bread machine yeast
Swirls:
1 T. margarine, melted (or butter)
1/4 c. granulated sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
Topping:
1/4 c. flour
1/4 c. packed light brown sugar
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1 1/2 tsp. COLD butter
Reserved egg white

Process dough on Regular Dough cycle; or make as usual by hand. you can make this up right away, or hold it in a sealed bowl in the refrigerator up to 4 days. Chill the reserved egg white in this case.

When wanted, pat out to 9" x 14" on a floured board. Brush with the melted margarine and sprinkle on the cinnamon and sugar for the swirls. From BOTH short sides, roll VERY tightly into the middle, and seal sides where they meet. Put into a greased loaf pan, seam UP, cover with wax paper and let rise to nearly double in a barely warmed oven. Meanwhile, mix Topping, except for egg white, by cutting into crumbs with a fork or pastry blender. When dough is risen, while preheating oven to 375º, brush top with egg white and sprinkle on all the topping crumbs. Tent foil over loaf before putting in oven; bake 45 minutes; remove foil and bake 5 - 10 minutes more. Test center with a toothpick to be sure it is baked through. Cool in the pan 5 minutes, then remove to a rack. Wonderful breakfast loaf, and keeps very well for 2 days. This is a really really old recipe. Gansie (my grandma) had it in her box of goodies......but I did adapt it to make the dough in a machine. Marilyn in FL
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Old Fashioned Cinnamon & Nut Rolls Recipe
(bread machine adapted)

Process on Regular Dough cycle or make as usual by hand:
1/2 c. water
1 egg
1/4 c. (4 T.) Crisco, cut up
1/4 c. sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
2 1/8 c. bread flour
1/2 T. (1 1/2 tsp.) bread machine yeast

Pat it out to 1/2" thick or less on a floured board.

Cream together: 1/3 c. soft margarine (or room temperature butter)

1 c. powdered sugar, sieved or sifted
2 tsp. cinnamon
1/3 c. minced pecans

Spread on dough & roll up very tightly. Cut into 1/2" rolls, no thicker. Butter a round or rectangular pan that will hold the number of 1/2" thick rolls you have cut, and sprinkle it well with
granulated white sugar. Put rolls in the pan, brush with melted margarine, then sprinkle with a little more granulated sugar. Raise till doubled, 40 - 55 minutes, then bake at 350º for *20 to 30 minutes. Cool on a rack. *NOTE: because of all the sugar these rolls can burn easily, so keep an eye on them from 15 minutes in the oven.

Thanks to the Nucoa Margarine Company; this came from their 1930's pamphlet.
Marilyn in FL
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