Sunday, January 9, 2011

Entrees and a Dessert

Sunday Savor *************** Today we are going to play a little "catch-up." We have a variety of recipes today for your enjoyment. Pull up a chair and relax. First up: Campbell's Vegetable Soup over Rice ***Pulled from a magazine ad*** **************************** 1 can Campbell's Vegetable Beef Soup (lean meat version) 2 cups of rice Easy Peasy-- Cook rice and soup according to directions, place heated rice on a platter and pour soup over the rice. Serve with crusty bread if desired. Serves 2 ***I don't remember the ounce size of the soup can--probably the "middle size" can. This recipe can be doubled for a larger group. Easy Potato Soup **From my kitchen** ********************** 4-5 red potatoes peeled, rinsed and cut in cubes. No salt seasoning 2 C milk 2 T butter 3-4 slices of cheese Parsley Cook potatoes--sprinkled with seasoning until slightly fork tender. Add milk and butter, bring to a medium boil. Turn heat down to med-low add cheese, let melt and finish to your thickness choice. If too thick add a little more milk. Sprinkle with parsley before serving. **Serves 2 Can be doubled. Fruit Medley **My version for Christmas** ***************

1 red apple-cored and chopped

1 yellow apple-cored and chopped

1 pear-cored and chopped

1 can chopped peaches--fresh

can be used instead

Purple grapes--amount of your

choice

1 regular size tub of Cool Whip--

I used French Vanilla

Topping--

Chopped peanuts

Mix all fruit in a bowl, than add

1/2 of the cool whip to coat fruit

and top with the peanuts.

**Serves 4

Pork Lo Mein

**From my kitchen**

1/2 box of Spaghetti

Soy Sauce

3 garlic cloves-peeled and diced

Salt and Pepper to taste

3 butterfly pork chops

1 can of green beans--drained

Cook and drain spaghetti-return

to the pot and drizzle soy sauce

over it--cover , set off to the side.

In a large frying pan, sear pork

chops, turning frequently.

Remove and cut up the chops into

bite size pieces. Return to pan and

cook with the garlic and soy sauce,

(the amount of soy sauce is up to

you) and salt and pepper.

Stir in the green beans just as

the chops are finishing cooking.

Add the spaghetti and stir

together so flavors and ingredients

meld together. If need be add more

soy sauce.

Serves approx. 4

~~~~Reader Alert

Blogger double spaced

these last two recipes.

~Keep on Dreaming~

2 comments:

  1. Yum... it has been tasty over at your house!
    It all looks wonderful.

    ReplyDelete
  2. You always have the most yummie food! Happy New Year to you Melinda! I know this year will be a winner for you.

    ReplyDelete

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