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Cooking Recipes

Started by so_P_bubble, July 25, 2018, 10:32:15 am

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CallieOK

Tome,  yes - after the sandwiches are made and brushed with topping - place a sheet of foil over the entire cookie sheet (don't "tuck it around") and let them set for at least an hour before baking so the melted butter etc. can be absorbed.
I leave the foil over the top while baking the sandwiches but it probably isn't necessary.

Tomereader1

Thanks, Callie!  Cleared that up in no time!  I thought I was just being "dense".

CallieOK

Would have been more clear if I'd said "over the top of the sandwiches".  Sorry 'bout that.

Tomereader1

Just took the batch out of the oven; smells delicious.  Will taste later.  I ate some squares of meat and cheese while prepping, so not hungry right now.  Thanks for your recipe and instruction!  Hope the weather is being kind to you up there in OK. 

CallieOK

I also made some late this afternoon.  Used Havarti cheese instead of Swiss.  It's hard to resist nibbling on the meat/cheese while prepping, isn't it?  Supposed to be wet and cold tomorrow.  I'll probably have tomato bisque soup/sliders for lunch.  Care to join me?  :)

JeanneP

Those sliders do sound good. Going to make some and freeze. Nice to have ready for fast meal with soup these cold days.
JeanneP

JaneS

Those sliders have become a staple in this house!  Frankie likes them too.

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JeanneP

Be nice if that recipe for sliders could be put up in the indexes that Larry started. I aim to try them. Just need a crowd of people as don't want to freeze.
JeanneP

CallieOK

Jeanne,the sliders freeze well.  Just wrap each one tightly in foil and they should fit in the bag the buns came in. Unwrap however many you want and microwave about 45 seconds to thaw and heat.

JeanneP

I just cut back on this recipe .Make for 2 people in small Crock pot

y at 1:12 PM

Here is another great Crock Pot breakfast!

Slow-Cooker Omelet Casserole

"This is a sausage omelet for many, made all at once! It's great to make ahead of time at holidays or on vacation -- just mix it, set it and go to bed." -Shawn C.

Ingredients:
26 ounces frozen hash brown potatoes
1 lb sausage, cooked and crumbled
2 cups mozzarella cheese, shredded
1/2 cup parmesan cheese, shredded
1/2 cup sun-dried tomato, julienne cut
6 green onions, sliced
12 eggs
1/2 cup milk (or half and half)
salt and pepper, to taste
1 pinch cayenne pepper

Directions:
1 Spray a 6 quart slow cooker with cooking spray or use a slow cooker liner (reynolds makes these) Layer 1/2 of the potatoes on the bottom of slow cooker, half of the sausage, 1/2 the mozzarella and Parmesan cheese, 1/2 the sun dried tomatoes and green onion. Repeat with the remaining half of the same ingredients.
2 Beat eggs, milk, salt and pepper and cayenne in large bowl with a wire whisk until well blended.
3 Pour evenly over potato-sausage mixture.Cook on low setting for 8 hours or on high setting for 4 hours or until eggs are set.
JeanneP

JeanneP

December 05, 2019, 12:29:42 pm #130 Last Edit: December 05, 2019, 12:34:18 pm by JeanneP
Now do you use a whole slice of the ham and fold it over into a square same size as cheese? I am thinking could just make in a French baguette or loaf and slice
JeanneP

CallieOK

I use a whole slice and fold to fit the bun. I cut a square of cheese into fourths and put that on top of the meat....but that's your choice.  Really no particular way to put them together.
Do brush the topping over the sandwiches.  Son tried drizzling it and that didn't work too well.

Amy

Callie, I brushed the ones I made and will definitely be making them again. We really enjoyed them at lunch time with a bowl of  soup. Thank you again for the recipe.
I can't change the direction of the wind,
but I can adjust my sails
to always reach my destination.

Jimmy Dean

If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. -Will Rogers

Amy

Mary Ann, here is a recipe for jam .I don't know where it got its name but it is good!!
 
Heavenly Rhubarb Jam


5 cups of rhubarb  chopped fine
4 cups of sugar
1  -  20 oz can  of crushed pineapple
2 packages strawberry jello.   I like mine a bit thicker so add 3 pkgs.

Mix first 3 ingredients and boil 20 min.Stir in jello until dissolved and cook 5 min.
Bottle in hot sterilized jars.
Put in fridge after opening.
I can't change the direction of the wind,
but I can adjust my sails
to always reach my destination.

Jimmy Dean

If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. -Will Rogers

Mary Ann

Thanks, Amy, it does sound good.  Now to wait for the rhubarb season!

Mary Ann

Lloyd Hammond

you all are mean all them deli sh recipe's when i am struggling to get on the dibatic food. so I am going back to bed and try for more zzzz's. is 3:02 AM.

Lloyd

SCFSue

Hi Lloyd!  I hope you had a good nap.

Sue

so_P_bubble

Someone was asking about a salmon recipe from Larry Hanna's index and the links were not working.
Thanks to Michael, all has been righted and is available.  Thank you Michael!

JeanneP

So Glad that Larry did that Index. Wish was a way to add to it. Not that we get many people in the Recipe Forum anymore.
JeanneP

angelface555

There is also a link to the original recipe forum from 2016 to 2019 and the reason few post recipes anymore is twofold. One people here rarely cook for themselves and two rarely go to a recipe site in S&F.

Here is a link to "What's For Dinner."

https://www.seniorsandfriends.org/index.php?topic=10.0


JaneS

ANGELFACE, if all goes according to plan, I'm travelling up your way in July!  My daughter and granddaughter are taking me on the cruise from Seattle and we're doing some land trips along the way.  I don't have any details yet so I don't know what questions to ask or where we'll be but I'm excited to be going there.  After this trip, I will have visited all 50 states.  I hope they don't decide to annex another one before I'm gone! 

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Mary Ann

Jane, I think it won't be easy, but try to get to Fairbanks where Angelface/Patricia lives.  The area is lovely and you will be amazed at the sizes of the vegetables and flowers.  I had never been to Alaska and I loved it.

Mary Ann

so_P_bubble

Tomereader's Salmon recipe has been added to "What's For Dinner."

JeanneP

I have no idea what is happening to the forum for Cooking

Had been trying to post a Brownies Recipe for ages.

 Best darn Brownies: Lunchroom Ladies 50 year old recipe.

Ingredients
1 c butter
1/2 c cocoa
2 c flour
2 c sugar
4 eggs
4 tsp vanilla
1 c chopped nuts
Pour in 9x13 pan, bake 20-25 mins on 350.
Check at 20 mins
**Icing*
1/4 c softened butter
¼ c can milk (regular milk is fine)
1/4 c cocoa
3 c powdered sugar
dash salt

Directions
Mix all together & frost as desired.
☆ Thank you all for passing my things around and sharing ☆
JeanneP