|Bill Neal's Southern Cooking|
|by Bill Neal|
Southern cooking, the most interesting and complex regional cuisine in America, remains a mystery to many professional cooks and southerners.
Results 1 - 10 of about 850 for hot fries
Combine the soups ... of frozen French fries. Top with browned ... top with soup mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Top with cheese, bake 15 minutes.
Combine buttermilk, garlic, and hot sauce; stir well. ... professional recipe - but scaled down from bulk. NOTE: the following can be added as seasonings:
Slice potatoes thinly ... using. Fry in hot oil at 375°F until golden. Sprinkle spices over the potatoes evenly; taste and adjust seasoning before serving.
Salt chicken well, ... and cover with hot sauce. Cover chicken ... of bread dropped into it will brown in 60 seconds. Fry chicken until done, drain well.
(The secret to ... large skillet until hot; add about ... heated through and thickened. Fold in peanuts. Remove to hot platter. Serve with hot rice. Serves 4.
Brown ground beef ... Add to French fries in baking dish ... and pour over fries and meat. Bake 1 1/2 hours on 375 degrees or until tender. Freezes well.
Season hamburger and put in bottom of casserole. Cover with French fries. Combine the soup with 1/2 cup water and pour over the fries. Bake at 350 for 1 hour.
1. Roll chicken ... chicken cubes in hot oil until brown ... with shredded lettuce. Serve over hot rice or Chinese noodles. Use extra soy sauce, if desired.
Cut cabbage into 1 1/2 inch pieces. Cut green onions into 2-inch pieces. Mix cornstarch and water. Put 3 tablespoons oil into fry pan. Add cabbage ...
Brown these and ... Pepper to taste Put into a 9"x9" small casserole and cover with 9 ounces frozen French fries. Bake at 425 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes.
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