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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Tried and True recipes - SIDES -



Today Kim is sharing tried and true recipes for the side dishes. If you would like to join or just find some new recipes please go HERE.

Today I am going to share our families favorite and MUST HAVE side dish....

Potato Casserole by Loren

2lb. thawed frozen hashbrowns
1/2 c. melted butter NOTE LATER: you will also need 1 stick of butter for topping
1 t. salt
1/4 t pepper
1/2 c. chopped onions or I use Onion Powder (1 t.) if you aren't an onion lover
1 can cream of chicken
1 pt. lite sour cream
10 oz. or 2 c. monterey jack shredded cheddar cheese

Mix in a large bowl and put ing. into 9x13 baking dish

now take that other stick of butter and place on stove to melt. Once it has melted pour Cornflake crumbs (found on baking aisle by cornbread mix) into saucepan .....You need enought to cover the 9x13 dish, so I am guessing 2 1/2c. Stir, mixing and soaking up the butter. Spead onto casserole dish making sure to cover every square inch of casserole.

Bake uncovered 350' for 1 1/2 hours


This recipe is a favorite and a MUST HAVE on my daddy's side of the family. I remember many a fights for the uncooked noodles! These are simply divine!

Homemade NOODLES

4 eggs
1/4 c milk
1 1/2 t salt
3 c flour
3-4 cans chicken broth

Mix first 4 ing. thoroughly. Will be "tacky" Make into 3 parts. Flour surface and rolling pin. Roll each one as thin as you can get them. If you put them together to roll and cut put flour in between it makes a cylinder. Slice noodles and unroll each to place on surface to dry. Sprinkle with flour. When dry, shake and dispose of excess flour or it will thicken broth too much. You can freeze them now or if you are ready then it's time to cook. Pour chicken broth into pan and bring to boil. Pour in noodles and cook until done.

Happy Cooking :)

7 comments:

rosel

Didn't I just come earlier to visit you? You're not kidding...More posts...:) And I love this one...Thank you for always sharing your "secrets" in your kitchen. God bless.

Warren Baldwin

Was going to send Cheryl over here to read this, but maybe I'll just surprise her and fix this myself one night, huh?

Heart2Heart

Loren,

Since I have always wanted to learn how to make homemade noodles, you have blessed me in more ways than you will ever know.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Denise

I am hungry now.

saleslady371

oh, boy, these are the kinds of recipes I like. Thanks! Fine minds cooking together for sure.

The Real Me!

Those sound wonderful my friend. YUMMY!
Hugs
Kim

He & Me + 3

That potato casserole sounds soooooooo good. YUM!

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