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Hey Gang, 
Her's something that you can munch on while you are chasing those birds,
especially when it is cold, and it does get cold down here.
73 kc5yre  Jerry




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In this issue:

Tuesday's Vegetarian Recipe:  *Tortilla Soup*
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                     *  Exported from  MasterCook  *

                              Tortilla Soup

Recipe By     : Real Food for Real People
Serving Size  : 8    Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Maindishes                       Vegetarian

  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
--------  ------------  --------------------------------
   5      cups          Vegetable Broth
   2      cups          Frozen Corn
   1      large         Onion -- chopped
   2      cans          Black Beans
   2      cloves        Garlic -- minced
   1      medium        Avocado
                        Cilantro
   1      cup           Salsa -- fresh or preserved
                        Tortilla Chips
          (optional)    Peppers -- red-green-yellow

Sautee the onion, garlic and peppers in a bit of olive oil and salsa.
Mix broth, beans, corn, salsa, garlic, onion, and peppers in a large pan.
Bring to a boil for five minutes, then let simmer for
about an hour. To serve, top bowls with avacado, cilantro, and tortilla
chips.

This soup tastes even better as leftovers!

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For Beth who needs help using self-rising flour:   I wouldn't use any
other kind!   It's very easy to use the same recipe that calls for plain
flour; all you need to do is leave out the baking soda, baking powder and
salt.  Those are already in self-rising flour; that's what makes them
self rising.   Try it on one of your favorite recipes.

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the time and now that she's gone, I wish I had taken more careful
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"Wash.  Heat in 400 over until skins blister.  Peel skins off and dry
pack in jars, then cook in hot water bath for 10 minutes."

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In answer to Beth's question:

I use Self Rising Flour for fried chicken (and vegetables, too!)  I just dip
boneless chicken breasts (which have soaked in buttermilk!) in the flour and
fry!

I also experimented this past weekend -- we were hit by the winter storm and
I wanted to bake cookies, but I was caught without enough regular flour, so
I substituted Self Rising.  I omitted the baking soda and salt.  The cookies
came out pretty good -- they did not brown like regular chocolate chip
cookies and had a slightly different taste and were more "cake" like -- but
my boys loved them!

Hope this helps!

Kathy            AFBUZZ@aol.com

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This is for Beth.  I have an Australian Women's Weekly Cookbook that
uses a lot of self raising flour.  In the glossary they say that you can
substitute all purpose flour and baking powder in the porportions of 1
cup all purpose flour to 2 tsp baking powder.  Perhaps this will help in
using it in your tried and true recipes.
Here's their recipe for BUTTERMILK SCONES I haven't tried it.
3 cups (450g) self-raising flour
1/4 tsp	salt
1 tsp icing sugar
60 g butter
1 3/4 cups (430ml) buttermilk, approximately
Grease a 23cm square slab cake pan.  Sift dry ingredients into large
bowl, rub in butter, stir in enough buttermilk to mix to a soft, sticky
dough.  Turn dough onto floured surface, knead until smooth.  Press
dough out to 2cm thickness, cut into 5.5cm rounds.  Place scones into
prepared pan. Bake in very hot oven (500 - 525 degrees F) about 15
minutes.  Makes 16
Good Luck.
Donna                  donnabob@telusplanet.net

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Oriental Stir Fry Mix       Makes about 5 cups

6 Tbsp cornstarch
3/4 tsp garlic powder
2-1/4 tsp instant beef bouillon granules
3/4 tsp onion powder
6 Tbsp wine vinegar
6 Tbsp water
1-1/2 tsp fresh ginger root -- grated
3/4 cup soy sauce -- or tamari
3/4 cup dark corn syrup
2-2/3 cups  water

* Combine cornstarch, garlic powder, bouillon granules and onion powder.
* Use a whisk to stir in vinegar, 6 tablespoons water and ginger until
cornstarch is
  dissolved.  Stir in soy sauce, cornstarch and remaining 2 2/3 cups water.
* Pour into a 5-cup container with a tight fitting lid.  Refrigerate.  Use
within 4 weeks.

Glen Christiansen     gtchristian@glasscity.net

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Hi Deb,
This is my favorite stir-fry sauce. I also use it as a marinade, but omit
the cornstarch and sesame oil. I don't have proportions, so will just give
you the ingredients to alter to your taste.
Mix together:
Soy sauce
Hoisin sauce
Dry sherry
Dash sesame oil (optional)
Chopped fresh garlic
Grated fresh ginger
Sliced green onions
Toss in wok with your favorite stir fry. When sauce is hot add some
cornstarch dissolved in water (slurry). Stir until thickened. Please try
this as a marinade also, it is wonderful with chicken or flank steak.
Bonni    onyxjade@bellsouth.net

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Deb, I have been looking for this too and came across
this someplace on the internet.  Haven't tried it yet.

Stir Fry Sauce

                       Ingredients
                  3/4 cup light soy sauce
                   1/2 cup chicken broth
                 1/4 cup dry cooking sherry
                    3 Tbs. brown sugar
                    1/4 cup cornstarch
                  4 cloves garlic, crushed
                2 Tbs fresh ginger, chopped

General Info:
Will keep for 3 weeks in the fridge.
Yield: 1 1/2 cups
Instructions:

   1.Place all ingreadients in a jar with a lid. Shake well until
     completely combined.
   2.Refrigerate until ready to use.
   3.Use for any vegetable, meat, chicken or seafood stir fry.

Janice Rubino             jrubix@yahoo.com

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Kaylin,

	I just started getting the wonderful recipe. In one of the post someone
mentions using the crock pot for making apple butter. This sounds
wonderful, could someone please share the recipe with me. Thank you again
for the wonderful recipes my menus were getting a little boring.
cherie
cherie@ezhosting.com

(Note to subscribers: The original message with this recipe has become lost
and I would really love it if anyone who saved it would send it to me so I
can post it to the list again.  I have had several requests to reprint it
and I cannot find it, as well as the wonderful lady who sent it doesn't have
it any longer either-   Thanks so much!            Kaylin)

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Thanks, Donna

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