|The Joy of Cooking: Volume 2|
|by Marion Rombauer Becker|
These revised and enlarged editions are available for the first time ever in mass-market editions, the "Joy of Cooking" Vol.
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Whip the eggs with 9 tablespoons water to make an egg wash. Mix the remaining ingredients except the oil. Dip the chops into the egg wash and then ...
Mix together taco seasoning and zesty italian. With a fork, pierce wholes in the desired type of meat. Coat meat with the dry mixture. You can either ...
Saute regular onions, ... Add sausage, salt pork, peas, broth ... 10 minutes before serving. Hints: Hot corn bread and a tossed salad is a great addition.
Preheat oven to 350, coat cutlets with bread crumbs, pressing them in several times on each side to slightly flatten cutlets and so they are well ...
Mix soup and ... mixture. Cook in crockpot for 4 to 6 hours on High. For fewer pork chops, use 1 can soup and small package of salad mix. Serve with rice.
Place chicken or chops down center of 9x13 pan. Put green beans down one side of the pan and sliced potatoes down the other. Melt butter and pour ...
Whip the eggs with 3 tbsp. water to make an egg wash. Mix the remaining ingredients except the oil, together and place on a plate. Dip the chops into ...
Pick greens and ... pieces. Cut salt pork into cube-like pieces; ... on top of greens. As greens make its own water, adjust stove. Cook about 2 1/2 hours.
Brown in small amount of oil in heavy skillet. Cover with light lid, cook very slowly 1 hour on low heat until chops are tender and potatoes are done ...
Dip pork chops in salad dressing. Shake in bag of corn flake crumbs. Bake at 375 degrees until done, about 45 minutes. Check at 30 minutes.
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