Recipe from Golden Oldies - Dish to Pass from Reminisce Magazine, March/April, 1994. Submitted by Louis Kohr of Washington State.
Great by adding a little green food coloring either in the cake or icing for St. Patrick's Day or make for any other type Celebration. Preparation time is estimated.
This cake won $25,000 as the grand prize winner in the 1953 Pillsbury Bake Off in NYC, entered by Lois Kanago of Denver, CO. So lovely, it looks like a French Chef was brought in to prepare. This has been my requested birthday cake ever since I was a small child. Incredibly Delicious!
You can prepare in a skillet or top off by baking in the oven. I got this recipe off a brochure that came with my La Machine II food processor 23 years ago and is my standby super quick meal stored in my head. Serve with a green salad and hot rolls - just yummy.
I have prepared these 3 ways: Fried, browned, and oven baked (baked add 15 more minutes to passive cooking). This is the Southern twist as I don't know any other way. If you ask DH what he's hungry for, he'll ALWAYS ask for these.
Honeysuckle White packages thinly sliced turkey breasts (this beats pounding to me). Either way, this is a delicious entree and recommend for guests or special occasions. If you don't have any Sherry, increase Marsala to 1-1/4 Cup. Mama Mia, it's a good!
I adapted from another recipe. The second number in the ingredients is if you prefer a stronger flavor in your dishes. I did this since ea. area of the country has their own preferences. If you're short on time, cook in skillet on low until bubbly, add cheese until melted. It tastes better the next day and freezes well. Serve with colorful vegetables or a green salad.
On a rare occasion we have leftover mashed potatoes. Using recipe #27361 (the BEST), I added a modern twist to my mom's old Southern recipe. Increase or decrease onion, garlic, hot sauce, and S&P as to your preference. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. Bet you can't eat just one!
One of my favorite dishes, compiled from 3 other recipes. The sauce is rich and hearty - perfect for guests or good ole comfort food. Serve on a bed of rice, top with a chicken breast and then spoon the gravy over all. Mushrooms and onion sitting on top make for a nicer presentation.
It took me many tries before I felt I had a really good Chicken Fried Steak. This fries up extra crispy, so I pour a little gravy on the plate and place steak on top. This way you get to enjoy the crispy with the gravy and your steak coating won't get soggy. Enough gravy for mashed potatoes, too! I hope you like it as much as we do.
ALA. & ARK. Roots, Family of 6 kids, Big, Middle, and Little Sister. "La" would be 98ish today and baked her loaf in a cast iron skillet which added texture and flavor galore to a moist loaf. She served with mashed potatoes, fresh Kentucky Wonder greenbeans, sliced tomatoes & cornbread. Hats off to you, La!
I came up with this recipe after starting with a basic ziti recipe I found off another website. I began adding a few more ingredients and less of others and ended up with a keeper. I've baked in my toaster oven during the warmer months. If you use your T.O. reduce baking time by 10 minutes or casserole will be on the dry side. It's an easy Italian comfort food - Hope you enjoy!