Calling All Cooks

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flower.momma - February 12

Let's share recipes! I've got some good ones!

 

flower.momma - February 12

Grandma Guitchess' mola__ses crinkles.... the best cookies on the planet. I do not exaggerate! Mix Together 1 1/2 Cups Shortening 2 Cups Brown Sugar 2 Eggs 1/2 Cup Mola__ses Then Add 4 1/2 Cups of Flour 4 tsp. Baking Soda 1/2 tsp. Salt 1 tsp Ground Cloves 2 tsp. ginger 2 tsp. cinnamon Chill dough for 2 hours, then roll into walnut sized b___s. Dip the top of the bals in sugar and bake at 375 degrees for 10-12 minutes.

 

Rhiannon - February 12

I make super cheesy heart clogging pasta that everyone in my family loves. Start by making a meat sauce for spaghetti and add a package of cream cheese and some milk to thin it out. Super easy and a truly decadent dinner treat.

 

flower.momma - February 12

That didn't come out the way I wanted it to. Sorry, it's kind of hard to read. I guess there's no such thing as new paragraphs on this site. And its not Grandma Guitchess, its Grandma Gutchess.

 

flower.momma - February 12

Oooh, that sounds good!

 

Rhiannon - February 12

You can also use the leftover sauce on pizza the next day. (That's what we are having for dinner tomight)

 

flower.momma - February 12

Porcupine Meatb___s....1 lb. ground beef (or turkey), 1/2 c. uncooked rice, 1/4 onion, chopped fine, 1/2 slice white bread, 1 can tomato soup, Salt & seasoning salt, to taste Take 1/2 slice white bread, add 1/2 cup cold water and mix. Add to meat, seasoning, onion and rice. Form into meatb___s and place into ungreased, covered fry pan. Cover with 1 can tomato soup and 1 can of water which have been mixed together. Place cover on skillet or fry pan. Cook on medium heat (just so tomato juice lightly boils) until rice pops out like a porcupine. Can also be placed in heavy pan in 350 degree oven (covered) until rice pops out.

 

Rhiannon - February 12

Yummy.

 

Rhiannon - February 12

Haha. It looks like you and me are the only hungry ones on here.

 

aurorabunny - February 12

Gawwdd I hate you guys, I am STARVING! LOL....that cheesy spaghetti sounds SO good. It is all rainy here today and I'm trapped in the house having a hungry day...and I'm on Weight Watchers. =( I just want to eat everything in sight right now...ahhh!!

 

Danielle19 - February 12

oh that speghetti sauce sounds good im going to try that tomorrow, an easy favorite of mine is cr. mushroom soup hamburger, over amish noodles good and very simple

 

flower.momma - February 12

Oooooh. Tonight I just cooked an awesome dinner. I made Greek salad with tomatoes, cuc_mber, red peppers, onions balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and feta cheese. Oh lordy, it was good. Then I made this HUGE calzone. I rolled out some biscuit dough, added basil and olive oil to it. Then I browned some ground turkey, onions and garlic. I chopped up some zucchini, tomato, red and green pepper, and grated some sharp chedder. I put in a can of Paul Newman's pesto marinara and mized it all up, wrapped it in the biscuit dough and baked it at 425 for an hour. It was so yummy!

 

Erynn21 - February 13

Hey I've got one-Ravioli lasagne this is awesome and easy, take 1lb ground beef(or turkey, whatever you have) brown in skillet, 1/2 onion chopped, 1/2 bell pepper(whatever you have), italian seasoning, salt and pepper, you get the drift. Add one jar of pasta sauce of your choice, I also add a 1/2 cup of red wine and clean out the jar. Cook 15 min, take a 25oz bag of frozen ravioli, 1 16 oz tub of cottage cheese, 1/2 cup parmesean, mix the cheeses together w/ some italian seasoning. Start your layers-lightly layer some sauce on bottom of pan, then ravioli, sauce, cheese mixture, repeat, this makes 2 layer of ravioli in a standard pan, top w/ mozzarella. Bake 1/2 hour in 375 oven, I cover it w/ foil first 15 minutes, then let it brown the last 15. This is so yummy, and it's easy.

 

Shea - February 13

Chicken Kiev Fiesta - Take boneless chicken b___sts and pound flat (or buy the thin ones). In the center put a tablespoon of salsa and 1/4 c cheese (any kind, cheddar or velveeta is good, but I've even used a slice of american in a pinch) roll up and secure w/ a toothpick. Rub w/ melterd b___ter or olive oil and then in crushed cheezit crackers w/ 1/2 pkg taco seasoning mixed in. Place in baking dish and bake at 350 for about 45 min. Very yummy.

 

Erynn21 - February 13

Shea that sounds really good, I make regular Chicken Kiev, but anything w/ a mexi twist sounds yummy.

 

k.p.j.e. - February 13

Hi everybody, I love to cook too but I'm trying to stick to the Sonoma diet---does anybody else know any good recipes along those lines? I've made almost every recipe in the Sonoma book and am sick of them all. flower.momma you sound like you have good ideas and experience! But you probably are skinny and not needing to watch cals....:(

 

k.p.j.e. - February 13

btw those mola__ses cookies sound amazing....wish I hadn't read this haha!

 

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