|One Lump or Two|
|by All Childrens Hospital Foundation|
Full color, tabbe section dividers with paintings by Lee Stang Harr make thisbeautiful book nexessary for any cook or cookbook collector.
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Have all vegetables ... steamed rice and/or chow mein noodles. (If you ... at the last minute before serving. Serve with soy sauce and fortune cookies!
Cook and stir hamburger, celery and onion until hamburger is light brown, then drain. Pour water on rice and add salt in greased 2 qt. casserole. ...
Using a large ... and cook the Chow Mein noodles as directed. After the Chow Mein is cooked, drain and add to the rest of mixture. Give it a toss and enjoy!
In a large skillet, melt the butter over medium heat. Add the onions, mushrooms and celery. Sauté until tender. Add the remaining ingredients, simmer ...
Cut chicken in ... and stir until bubbly, stir in Chun King vegetables. Cover and stir occasionally for 5 minutes. Serve chow mein over rice and noodles.
In medium skillet, ... bottom halves of toasted buns. Crumble a few chow mein noodles over each sandwich; cover with top halves of buns. Makes 8 sandwiches.
Brown meat, onions, ... well. Pour in 2 1/2 quart baking dish (deep). Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. Cover with chow mein noodles and bake another 1/2 hour.
Brown (saute) hamburger, ... water, chestnuts, bean sprouts and vegetables. Stir and mix together. Serve on chow mein noodles. Add soy sauce if desired.
Brown meat in ... salt, soy sauce and broth, add to skillet. Cook until thickens, add chow mein vegetables to heat. Serve with chow mein noodles or rice.
Melt chocolate chips ... low heat. Add chow mein noodles (and peanuts). ... chocolate mixture. Drop spoonfuls on waxed paper. Place in refrigerator until cool.
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