Friday, April 29, 2011
Saute in butter for 10 min.
Add 1/2 cup flour to pan and cook for 1 min.
In a separate bowl combine 2 cups chicken broth and 1 cup of half and half.
Gradually stir into vegetables.
Add salt and pepper and 4 cups of cooked chicken (or turkey...if you eat turkey)
I use a casserole dish or a 9X13. I also use store bought pie crust if I don't have time to make it. Cover with a pie crust and cook on 400 degrees for about 45 min.
This is super yummy!!
Add 1 big box of chicken broth, 3 chopped potatoes, and a lot of broccoli. Add salt and pepper and a dash of cayenne pepper. Simmer til tender. Mash soup. Add a little milk, heavy cream, 3 pieces of American cheese and Cheddar cheese (or however much you want).
This is our favorite soup. It is perfect to get rid of all the big bags of veggies that are going bad!
1 cup sugar
1 cup br sugar
1 1/2 tsp vanilla
2 cups flour
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp cinnamon
3 cups oatmeal
Mix like a normal cookie batter. 375 for 8-10 min.
This is our favorite! I make cinnamon ice cream (taking store bought vanilla ice cream, letting it thaw and adding a lot of cinnamon to it, 1-2 TB) and we make ice cream sandwiches with these oh so delicious cookies. It is quite a taste treat!! The cookies are delicious plain too!
1 Med onion chopped
3 garlic cloves, minced
salt and pepper
1 cup ketchup
1 can beef broth
3/4 cup cider vinegar
1/4 -1/2 cup br sugar
1/2 tsp of cumin, coriander, celery salt
1/4 tsp cayenne
In a med saucepan, heat oil add onion and garlic. season with s&p. Cook 3-5 min. Add remaining ingredients, bring to simmer and cook for at least 30 min. The longer the better.
I use this recipe when I make the inexpensive cut of country style pork ribs. They never get tender if you don't cook them for hours. I grill them on our BBQ for about 45 min. Then I put them in my crock pot or a roasting pan with this concoction from Emeril. I let them cook for a long time...at least 6 hours in a crock pot and 3 hours in a vented roasting pan. They are super delicious if you can do it right.
(I always lose this recipe, so now I will not)
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Monday, April 18, 2011
Sunday, April 10, 2011
This recipe is a standing Hemming tradition every Easter. In fact, I have made them into balls for Christmas and other times, and have a hard time eating them. They are so Eastery to me. I can't wait to make them next week. They are so good! For those that requested this recipe, sorry it took so long!
- 1 box powdered sugar**
- 3 Cups Rice Krispies
- 1/2 Cup melter butter
- 2 cups crunchy
PB Beat all together, form into eggs and dip in chocolate. The old recipe says to use 1 bag semi sweet chocolate chips and 1 king size Hershey bar, with a little paraffin grated in. You can dip with whatever you like to dip with.
**So this powdered sugar amount causes confusion between my sister, my mom, and I ever Easter. The original recipe calls for a box of powdered sugar, but we think it makes them too dry and hard to form into eggs. I think 2-2 1/2 cups is the best amount. You need them to be sticky enough to form, but not too sticky to dip! Good Luck!