Here is an inexpensive quick supper! When we were kids my mom used to serve the tomato soup version of this recipe...We called it SOS and would make "volcanoes" out of this dish. Maybe she should have renamed it "Stopplayingwith yourfood,dammit!"
These little hummers can be . - frozen (as is) in freezer bags - placed in a spaghetti sauce and frozen for later use (subs etc) - made smaller (adjust cooking time) and used as appetizers - ready to pop into your favorite spaghetti sauce Simple is often best...! =)
These crusty little loaves make great bread bowls, sandwich rolls and toasting bread. This recipe makes 16-18 "baby breads" ..enough to last us the week and still have some for the freezer. A trick: Slice the loaves into fourths thru the "equators". Use the middle two slices for toast and the outer slices for a sandwich. A great recipe for beginning bread makers. Variations: Italian type bread: Sprinkle one baking sheet with cornmeal then slit the tops of the mini breads and sprinkle with more cornmeal. Bread Bowls: Do not reduce heat or spray with water after 10 minutes. Baking at a higher temperature will make a crustier and more substantial loaf.
****** Note! A mistake was made when I first posted this recipe. As of
1-12-05 the recipe reads 13 cups of flour rather than 11. Thanks.
Well these versatile cookies aren't really only for Christmas... we eat them all year round...! Great filled with date filling, jams, jellies, pie filling, nutella, mincemeat..what ever! These cookies are fun to make and the grandlings love them.=)