||[19 Jul 2005|11:56pm]
Tater Tot Casserole
1 1/2 to 2 pounds hamburger
1 can of Cream of Mushroom soup
1 can of Cream of Celery soup
1 can of Cream of Chicken soup
1 LG pkg Tater Tots
1 Small onion
California style garlic salt
onion salt or powder
( I would estimate approx. 1/4 teaspoon each of these personally I sprinkle until it looks right) DO NOT ADD SALT
While the hamburger, finely diced onion and all the spices are crumble frying in the skillet, open all three of the soups and empty them into the same bowl, stir them until well blended and set aside....Continue to crumble fry your burger until just past pink but NOT WELL done.....Drain.....Pour into a 9 x 13 inch baking pan and spread to cover bottom of pan.....cover this with a layer of well placed tater tots ( I usually place them one at a time to get a good cover ) ... Now spoon the soup mixture over the top of the potatoes to cover thouroughly .... Bake in moderate oven ...350....1 hour
Serve with any fresh baked bread or a nice garlic bread....
And remember mama always said, " Don't play with your food." But she didn't say anything about your recipes.
From the kitchen of :
Linda S. Klahn
copied with permission
||[19 Jul 2005|04:18pm]
This is the pancake batter I used that I had people drive 200 miles to eat after the coach of a little league ball team ate them in the coffee shop where I worked and begged for the recipe.....and since it was mine I gave it to him...and my two kids loved them on Sunday mornings along with my neices and nephews....
2 to 3 cups of your favorite pancake mix (I use Krusteaz)
1/2 stick butter (butter is best here) melted
milk NOT WATER
1 TBLS Vanilla
While your griddle or grill is heating :
Start with pancake mix in a good size bowl, in a smaller bowl crack all four eggs and whisk them before adding them to mix pour and stir milk until you reach your perfect consistency briskly whisk in melted butter then ADD that secret ingredient.....the vanilla (which I thought everybody used) My favorite are dollar sized and when I say dollar sized I mean silver dollar size.... use a smaller size tablespoon to spoon batter onto griddle....and for little kids I love to make them Mickey Mouse cakes. Serve with Butter and an assortment of syrups and/or jams along with assorted breakfast meats and eggs for a wonderful and charming family Sunday morning breakfast or Brunch. Keep warm on a oven proof platter in a low oven depending on how many you have for breakfast...is also wonderful for holiday get togethers...
Also used for waffles:
With waffles you can really have fun by adding Bacon pieces, any kind of berry or assortment of berries, blueberries are wonderful.
Always remember mama said, " Don't play with your food." But she didn't say anything about your recipes.
From the kitchen of:
Linda S. Klahn
REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION
|GRILLED RUEBEN SANDWICHES
||[05 Mar 2005|10:01pm]
8 slices rye bread
3/4 lb. corned beef, sliced
1 cup Sauerkraut, well drained
4 Swiss Cheese Slice, halved
1/2 cup Thousand Island Dressing
8 tsp. butter or margarine, softened
Cover each of 4 bread slices with layers of corned beef, sauerkraut, cheese and dressing; top with second bread slice. ( Preferably, Rye bread with seeds. )
Spread both sides of sandwiches with butter.
Cook on skillet with medium heat for 3 minutes on each side or until golden brown on both sides.
Makes 4 servings.
There are so many variations to this.... I’d like to put a dollop of honey-mustard on the side of the plate to dip into for each bite now & then.
reprinted with permission from "THE CHICAGO GANG"
|PHILMONT RANGER PEACHES
||[25 Feb 2005|11:43am]
PHILMONT RANGER COBBLER
2 15 oz cans of peaches in heavy syrup
2 cups biscuit mix
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 treaspoon cinnamon
preheat a dutch oven over a bed of coals.
gently pour into the oven one can of peaches
drain the syrup from the second can into the
the first and save it.
place the peaches from the second can into the oven
sprinkle 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon over the peaches.
combine the biscuit mix with the sugar, 1/4 teaspoon of
cinnamon and enough of the reserved syrup to make
a soft dough.
layer the dough mixuter over the peaches in the oven.
place the lid on the oven, cover it with coals,
and bake until the dough is golden brown.
OR preheat oven to 375 degrees
|last minute meal
||[16 Mar 2003|12:41pm]
bown one pound of hamburger an drain when done
peel an slice 3 to 4 medium potatoes an fry them until done...
when both items are done put them in a glass 8x8x2 glass microwaveable dish...
following is a multiple choice...
campbells cream of mushroom soup
" " " celery soup
use ONE can of one of the above
add whatever soup you decide to have an mix with hamburger...
add one of the following....(multiple choice again)
peas...whole kernel corn....green beans...you decide what style of green beans....lima beans???...(i don't really care for them but there are other people who do)
IF the hotdish seems a little dry then add enough water BEFORE you microwave hotdish again
stir hotdish until fully heated all the way thru an watching so that it don't become to dry...
pepper to taste..
parsley flakes to taste
onion powder...onion flakes....or dice a regular onion an add to how much you want in the hotdish.
i should add here that you do NOT have to use fried tators.....how about using noodles....elbow macaroni???
USE YOUR IMAGINATION.....
invented by ioldman2
(got bored one night)
||[28 Feb 2003|09:28am]
peel an cut into 8ths approximately 8 red or white potatoes boil the potatoes..
when potatoes are done put in a large pot or crockpot.
for the rest of the recipe use YOUR imagination but i will tell you what iii use...
2 or 3 hillshire cheddarwurst bratwurst or old fashion course ring balogna made by ambassador..
2 cans of campbells cream of mushroom soup or celery...
add pepper to taste
do not use salt
boil cheddarwurst or ring balogna first...
add eough milk or water so that the soup is not too thick or to thin...
HERE IS WHERE YOU USE YOUR IMAGINATION:
one can of whole kernel corn
one can of peas
1 or 2 large onions cut in 8ths
2 or 3 stalks of celery
thyme..lemon pepper (instead of black pepper)...parsley flakes...onion powder
i do not use the peas an corn together i use either or...but hey....use your imaganation
||[24 Jan 2003|02:30pm]
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||[24 Nov 2002|01:15am]
1 LB. ground hamburger
1 medium onion; (optional)
1 can of campbell's cream of mushroom soup
or 1 can of campbell's cream of celery soup
1 can of whole kernel corn, drained; optional
Brown hamburger until longer pink. drain.
add the soup of your choice to hamburger
do not add water.
heat until everything is heated thoroughly.
peel and quarter potatoes and boil until tender
put hamburger mixture in a serving bowl.
put potatoes in serving bowl
put potatoes on a plate and cover with
the hamburger mixture....
you could serve some type of salad if you want.
i know there is plenty of room for somebody to
come up with their creation.
CREATED BY: my mother
||[24 Nov 2002|01:01am]
GREEN BEAN HAMBURGERS
WARNING: DO NOT LET YOUR CHILDREN SEE YOU ADD THE GREEN BEANS
especially if they hate green beans.
Get enough ground hamburger for the amount of people that will be eating.
One can of cut green beans; drained
Salt and pepper to taste
In a large bowl (depending on the amount of hamburger being used)
add the green beans and mix well
form the hamburger into pattys
Fry, bake, broil, bbg until hamburger pattys are no longer pink
If your children ask you what the green stuff is tell them it be something good for them.
Get rid of the can asap.
CREATED BY: ioldman2