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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Kdleidosc Ngw Twas Celebrate Soup Month with hearty recipes Simple to prepare and perfect to take the chill off a wintry day Italian Steak Stew in a Swiss Broccoli Soup in a handled and Savory Cream Stew in a casserole Easy stews warm up the crowds A hearty stew or soup simmering on the stove is just the thing to take away the chill of a nippy winters Often a its an easy way to satisfy a crowd while warming them up from their fingers to their For simmering and serving soups and stainless steel cookware and glassceramic serving dishes are ideal because they wont react with ingredients to alter flavors or For crowdsize stainless steel siockpots range in size from 6 to 20 Glassceramic heatand seryc dishes not only are perfect for individual but they help keep the soup For late arri just pop a dish full of soup into the microwave to Created with convenience in these soups and stews are as simple to prepare as they are flavorful and appe Each recipe uses handy ingre dients and takes a minimum of steps from chopping board to Each makes enough for but if your crowd is just two or simply freeze the rest in individual portions to enjoy another Swiss Broccoli Soup 4 instant chicken bouillon granules 4 cups divided usage 2 10 each frozen chopped cooked 2 cups 8 shredded Swiss cheese 2 flavor enhancer ground nutmeg ground black pepper cup allpurpose flour 4 cups evaporated milk or light evaporated skimmed milk In a large heat bouillon granules in 3 cups water until dissol Stir in cooked flavor nutmeg and Cook and stir over medium heal until cheese Combine flour and 1 cup cold stir into broccoli mix Cook and stir until thickened and Add evaporated cover and remove from Do not Makes 12 servings and freezes Savory Cream Stew cup margarine 6 allpurpose flour 2 flavor enhancer 2 onion flakes dill weed ground black pepper pounds smoked turkey sliced and cut in half 2 cups water 6 cups evaporated milk or light evaporated skimmed milk 16 each frozen dinner cooked In a large mcH margarine over low Blend in flavor onion dill sausage and Cook over medium stirring conisianily until thickened and Add eva porated milk and cooked vegetables heat umil but do not Makes 12 Freezes Winter Day Chicken Rice Stew cups chicken divided usage cup cornstarch flavor enhancer ground white pepper 3 3cups cooked and cubed chicken 1 16 frozen cooked 3 egg yolks 1 can 12 evaporated milk or light evaporated skimmed milk 6 cups cookied rice In a large stir together cup chicken brother and Over medium while stirring con add flavor pepper and remaining Add chicken adn cooked peas and bring to a stir See Page 9 January is National Soup What better way to celebrate than by making your family a hearty bowl of soup to fight off those winter Soup preserves most of the vita mins in vegetables that normally are lost when the cooking water is thrown making it both economical and Depending on the type of soup you your family can have a light lunch or full The following reprinted from Betty Crock ers New International Cookbook Prentice are fine examples of nutrition and delicious Seafood Vegetables In Broth Yosenabe The name for this Japanese special ty means a mixture of The tender seafood morsels called for thin cellophane noodles steeped in a light chicken and an array of fresh vegetables all add up to a flavorful size cello phane noodles 4 cans each con densed chicken broth 2 broth cans of water 2 medium cut into 1inch slices 1 pound raw shelled and deveined 8 ounces cod or haddock cut into 1inch pieces 4 ounces Chinese pea pods 1 soy sauce 12 sliced 4 green onions with cut into Dipping Sauce see below Cover cellophane noodles with hot Let stand 10 minutes Cut into 2nich Heat chicken water and carrots to boiling in Dutch oven reduce Simmer uncovered 5 Stir in noodles and remaining ingredients except Dipping Cover and heat to boiling reduce Simmer until shrimp are pink and fish flakes easily with 3 to 5 Serve with small dishes of Dipping Makes 6 Dipping Sauce cup soy sauce cup lemon juice More BIG Portraits 575 Value Includes 15 Miniportraits and 12 AllOccasion Caption Portraits Price includes paid at Each additional subject photographed adds to the package paid at Poses and advertised special portraits our Not valid with any other One advertised package per One Free Portrait Identification Card per Portrait sizes NEW Free Portrait Identification Card 1 Sealed in Durable Plastic Credit Card Size Assembled Al Hume hor Privacy Convenience Additional IDs May Be Purchased At P holography Studio Days and Hours 10 AM7 PM Studio Opens with Store to 5 PM Permanent Location New Braunfels v 1991 PCA Products give you better Hurry Limited Time Offer BUY UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS 1 thinly sliced green onion with top Dash of red pepper flakes Mix all Creamy Stilton Soup Stilton cheese is an English blue veined cheese that ages to ivorypale gold cup finely chopped onion cup finely chopped carrot 1 bay leaf cup margarine or butter cup allpurpose flour white pepper 2 cups chicken broth cups half and half cups crumbled Stilton cheese 6 ounces Snipped parsley Cook carrot and bay leaf in margarine in 3quart saucepan until onion and carrot are about 5 Stir in flour and white pep Cook over low stirring con stantly until smooth and bubbly remove from Stir in broth and half and Heat to boiling over medium stirring constantly boil and sstir 1 Stir in cheese heat over low stirring just until cheese is Remove bay leaf sprinkle soup with Makes 6 Combine tender pork with sweet potatoes in stew By NANCY BYAL Bettor and PbodEdUor After a day spent outside in brisk fall this justright blend of sweet potatoes and sea sonings will warm you all the way Although rich with it contains only 9 grams of fat per Use welltrimmed bone less pork thick boneless or tenderloin for the Pork Stew pound lean boneless pork Nonstick spray coating cups water 1 large chopped 1 cup 1 bay leaf 1 instant beef bouillon granules dried crushed Vt paprika pepper garlic powder pounds sweet potatoes 4 peeled and cubed 1 cold water One 10ounce package frozen peas Trim fat from Cut into 54 inch Spray a cold Dutch oven with nonstick Pre heat the Dutch Add pork cook and stir until pork is Wipe Dutch oven with pap er Add24 cups leaf bouillon pepper and garlic powder to Dutch Bring to boiling reduce for 30 Stir in sweet Return to boiling reduce cov about 10 minutes or until potatoes are nearly Stir together comitarch and 1 Stir into pork Add Cook and stir until thickened and Cook and stir 2 minutes Discard bay Makes 4 Nutrition information per serv ing 368 22 g 49 g 9 g fat 22 percent of calories from 51 mg 837 mg RDA 314 percent 67 percent 73 percent 40 percent 34 percent 15 percent DAILY White Chocolate Mousse Strawberry SugarFree Chocolate SugarFree Vanilla NonFat Call for Dally Specials A251315 We Deliver To Offices 208 Loop 337 FREE THROW CONTEST January 1991 Registration begins 810 AM Ages 1014 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