Each week, this mainstay offers recipes from Valley cookbooks. If your classification would like to have

Each week, this mainstay offers recipes from Valley cookbooks. If your classification would like to have a cookbook showcased, greatfully hit a multitude dialect during 330-747-1471, ext. 1283, or email society@vindy.com.

St. Michael Parish’s “BREaking Bread Together II”

STUFFED PEPPER SOUP

by MARGENE CHAMBERS

2pounds belligerent chuck

1/2chopped onion

2chopped garlic cloves

2diced immature peppers

2cups baked brownish-red rice

128-ounce can tomato sauce

128-ounce can diced tomatoes

2cups water

2beef bouillon cubes

1-2teaspoons dry beef bouillon

1/4cup brownish-red sugar

Salt and pepper

Tabasco sauce

Brown and empty belligerent pitch and onion. Cook rice according to directions. (Measure rice after it is cooked.) Put tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, water, bouillon, peppers, salt, pepper, garlic and brownish-red sugarine in pot and move to hardly boiling. Add beef and onion mixture, along with rice and cook 1 hour. Do not let peppers overcook. Add Tabasco salsa to taste; supplement some-more if we like it hot. Double recipes for parties.

SWEET POTATO SOUFFLE

by COOKIE BEEMAN

1large can honeyed potatoes, good emptied or opening packed

3eggs

1cup sugar

1stick butter

1teaspoon vanilla

Topping:

3cups corn flakes

1stick butter

1/2cup brownish-red sugar

Mix in mixer potatoes, eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla. Pour into buttered 9-inch by 13-inch baking dish. Mix corn flakes, butter and brownish-red sugar. Mix with hands and shower over potatoes. Bake during 350 degrees until prohibited and effervescent around a edges, 30 to 45 minutes. May supplement 1/2 crater finely chopped nuts, if desired.

CHICKEN CASSEROLE

by PATRICIA HOYLE

3-4chicken breasts, halved

1/4pound Swiss cheese

1can cream of duck soup

2/3cup milk

16-ounce box Stove Top stuffing mix

Reserve 11/2 cups broth

Boil duck until proposal (reserve 11/2 cups broth). Cut duck into tiny pieces and place in 9-inch by 13-inch baking dish. Cover duck with pieces of cheese afterwards brew soup and milk; flow over cheese. Mix stuffing and put over soup. Then leap a indifferent gas over a stuffing. Bake lonesome during 350 degrees for 30 mins afterwards expose for 15 mins more. This might be prepared ahead, though do not put gas on until prepared to bake.

TO OBTAIN a copy

To get a duplicate of St. Michael Parish’s “Baking Bread Together II,” stop by a bishopric office, 300 N. Broad St., Canfield, open Monday by Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost is $10, though to have a duplicate mailed to you, embody an additional $5 for shipping and handling. For information hit Lynda Fuller, authority of a cookbook committee, by job 330-533-6019.

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