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September 27, 2011

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I hope everyone had a great Easter!
Here is what my mom cooked up today for Easter dinner.
city chicken – Ham – Potato and sourkrout Pierogi’s – pickle soup – Golumpkis

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A couple of recipes are available here on the site.  Enjoy =D

Keith Nakon from a previous episode as a special guest cook has graced me with his White Chicken Chili Recipe. I thought it would be great to butt it up against my moms Chili. You have to watch the episode to see who won.

White Chicken Chili Recipe

  • 48oz Jar of Randalls Norther Beans not Drained
  • 16oz Jar Salsa Hot or Medium (I used hot)
  • 2Tsp Cumin
  • 2 cups Chicken cubed or 2-3 breasts(or you can buy a slow roasted rotisserie chicken from the grocery store and shred that )
  • 1 cup of Chicken broth
  • 2 cups cheddar cheese (habanero chedder for more spice)
  • Crock pot for 2 hours (I just brought it to a boil and kept on low for a while)
  • Moms Beef Chili

  • 1lb Ground Chuck
  • 3 Cloves of Garlic
  • 1 Med Onion
  • 1/2 Green Pepper
  • 1-14.5 oz Can Diced Stewed Tomatoes
  • 1-10.5 oz Can Tomatoe soup (sometimes a cup of tomatoes juice)
  • 1 cup of water
  • salt pepper to taste
  • 1 tsp or more of Chili Powder
  • (add red pepper seads for spice)
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    Sloppy Joes and Salad

    July 21, 2011

    To make this humble dish more elegant, pronounce it “SLOO-PEE HO-ZAYS and SAH-LAHD” to impress your friends ;-p

    Sloppy Joes
    Brown 2.5 lbs hamburger
    drain fat
    add diced onion (1 small onion)
    add diced green pepper (appx 1/4 of a pepper)
    add salt and pepper to taste
    add ketchup until ground beef is generously covered
    add appx 1 medium squeeze of mustard
    add appx 1 medium squirt of “Open Pit” BBQ sauce
    simmer appx 20 min
    warm buns (steam works great!)

    Salad:
    iceberg lettuce leaves
    tomatoes (peel skin off tomatoes)
    sliced strawberries
    broccoli
    glazed almond and pecan pieces
    dressing of your choice

    THERE YOU HAVE IT!! “SLOO-PEE HO-ZAYS and SAH-LAHD”!! BON APETIT!


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    1. boil 6 medium potatoes for 1 hr
    2. boil 6 eggs
    3. peel potatoes
    4. dice potatoes

     

    5.  mix all the following in one big bowl:

    • diced potatoes
    • diced celery (optional)
    • 1-2 green onions diced
    • 7-8 oz Hellmann’s mayonnaise (yes, the brand is EVERYTHING!)
    • salt and pepper to taste
    • appx 1 TBS pickle juice
    • sprinkle paprika on top for decoration

     

    And there you have it! Mom’s famous homemade potato salad!! Enjoy!

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    Ingredients:

    • 2 large yellow onions
    • 2 tbs butter
    • 64oz sauerkraut
    • salt
    • pepper
    • 3 links home-style smoked kielbasa
    • 14oz mushrooms
    • paprika
    • 3 links fresh polish sausage

    Step 1:

    1. dice 2 large yellow onions – add to stove-top pan
    2. add 2 tbs butter to pan
    3. cook 5-10 minutes on med-low heat, stirring occasionally

    **while onions are cooking….

    1. strain and rinse 64oz sauerkraut
    2. strain as much water out of the sauerkraut as possible
    3. add sauerkraut to pan
    4. add desired amount of salt and pepper to pan

    Step 2: (while sauerkraut is cooking…)

    • preheat oven to 350 degrees
    • slice home-style smoked kielbasa (3 links) into appx 1/2″ pieces
    • open and strain 14oz sliced mushrooms, add to pan
    • add more salt, pepper and paprika to sauerkraut
    • lay sliced smoked kielbasa pieces on top of sauerkraut
    • lay fresh polish sausage (3 links) on top

    Step 3:
    put in oven for 30-45 min (for those of you who don’t have an awesome pan like Keith, you will have to transfer . the kraut and sausage to a baking dish before performing this step)

    Step 4:

    • take Kraut & Kielbasa out of oven
    • cut up fresh polish sausage links on top
    • stir
    • add more paprika to kraut

    Step 5:

    • return Kraut & Kielbasa to oven
    • cook another 30-min

    Step 6:

    • take Kraut & Kielbasa out of oven
    • stir
    • return Kraut & Kielbasa to oven
    • cook another 30 min

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    Kapusta

    May 26, 2011

    Kapusta [kah-POOS-tah], the Russian, Hungarian, Polish, Ukrainian, and Slovak word for cabbage, is a popular dish in Polish and Slovak cooking.

    ingredients
    2 cans sauerkraut
    potato
    1 onion

    Step 1:
    1. drain sauerkraut
    2. rinse sauerkraut
    3. squeeze out excess water

    Step 2:
    1. add appx 1 cup water to pot
    2. add sauerkraut
    3. add a potato to taste. This will mild the sourness of it.
    4. simmer on low heat 1.5 hrs – occasionally add more water as needed

    while simmering…..

    Step A:
    1. fry 1 onion in pan
    2. add 1 scoop of sauerkraut to onions to caramelize
    3. when onions are done, transfer contents to sauerkraut pan

    Step B:
    1. boil sausage in 1/4 cup water for 8-10 min

    Step 3:
    1. drain and rinse sauerkraut a final time

    VIDEO

    Meat Balls and Gravy

    May 3, 2011

    Meetballs

    Ground Chuck 2-lbs

    Saltine Crackers

    Onion

    Salt & Peppers

    Eggs

    Milk

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    1.      buy the fish (salmon)

    • recommended that it should have 1 side with skin

    2.      rinse the fish!

     

    3. Make the Sauce

    appx 9 parts mayo,  1 part mustard, and desired amount of cajun seasoning

    in this episode, for 9 lbs of salmon we used:

    • appx 3 cups mayonnaise (“a lot” says Marty)
    • appx 1/3 cup Grey Poupon dijon mustard (“a little” says Marty)
    • appx 3 tbs cajun seasoning

     

    4.      Lay salmon on foil-covered cookie sheet, skin side down

    5.      Spread a generous amount of sauce over each filet of salmon

    6.      Bake at 350 degrees for appx 10 min

    7.      Place salmon in the broiler for 5 min

    8.      let the salmon cool for appx 15 min

     

    While the fish is cooking……………..

    Make Rice

    • Ratio: 1 cup Basmati Indian rice to 1.5  cup water (Because it’s the best!)
    • bring to boil, then turn down to simmer for 20 min

    Make Broccoli

    • Steam for appx 15 min

    BON APPETIT!!

     

    **disclaimer: it is recommended NOT to eat the fish skin. Just sayin….

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