Pet Fried Chicken

Pet Fried Chicken
Cherry
DIRECTIONS
Cream
INGREDIENTS
Pie
FOR 2
Melt
{butter
FOR 4
{ 2 teasp.
\[ 4 teasp,
Blend in mixture of
(cornstarch
Stir in
[salt
[pet Milk
diluted with
water
f V3 c u p
{ 4 teasp.
[ v 8 teasp.
j V3 c u p
f 1 cup
1[ % c u p
< 2l/ 2 tablesp.| v\ c u p
i[ v i teasp.
[ v i teasp.
\ % cup
|1 cup
FOR 6
{ 2 tabiesp.
i 1 cup
I V3 c u p
i % cup
i'
I-
{ 3 / 4 teasp.
{ i y 2 teasp. { 2 * 4 teasp.
Place over boiling water. Cook 20 minutes after the water starts to boil again, stirring
frequently.
Remove from heat and stir into.. J slightly beaten
[
egg yolk
Return to heat and cook 2 minutes longer.
Add
Cool thoroughly.
Drain well
{.
{ vanilla
{pitted
cherries
*
| y cCover
up
{11/3C
UPS
{ custard.
? N o ^ 2 can
Put in bottom of cold Baked Pastry Shell (See Recipe).
with
cooled
Beat until stiff but not dry
{egg white
{l
{i
{2
3
Beat in gradually
{ sugar
{ 2 tabiesp. { 2 tabiesp. { 1/4 cup
Spread on top of pie. Bake in slow oven (300° F.) 15 minutes, or until brown.
*Cherries may be cooked or canned and either the sweet or sour variety.
OVEN
DINNER
Sweet Potato Sausage L o a f *
SATURDAY NIGHT
SERENADE
Stewed Tomatoes
Apple and Celery Salad
Hot Rolls
Butter
Cherry Cream P i e *
(bake the pie first, then lower oven heat and bake the loaj)
Starring
* R e c i p e s s t a r r e d a r e o n this sheet
> JESSICA
DRAGONETTE
Sweet Potato Sausage L o a f
DIRECTIONS
*
INGREDIENTS
FOR 2
Bill Perry
Turn on oven and set at moderately slow (350° F.).
T h e Serenaders
Mix together thoroughly
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his Orchestra
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R a d i o demonstrations
o f delicious f o o d
bulk p o r k s a u s a g e
corn meal
Pet M i l k
V2 p o u n d
4 teasp.
1/4 c u p
FOR 4
FOR 6
1 pound
tabiesp.
V2 c u p
IV2 p o u n d s
cup
VA
4
y cup
When milk is absorbed, wet finger tips and shape mixture into a loaf. Put in greased
baking pan.
Bake on oven shelf, slightly below center until
4 0 m i n u t e s • 50 m i n u t e s 1 h o u r
meat is lightly browned, or about
Baste meat at 15-minute intervals with drippings in pan.
While meat is baking, mix together thoroughly
When meat is browned, drain off fat and spread potato mixture over top and sides
of loaf, as you would frost a cake.
Bake until potatoes are thoroughly heated, or about j 20 minutes { 25 minutes { 30 minutes
Serve at once.
*Freshly cooked or canned sweet potatoes may be mashed and used.
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and Thursday Morning
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Baked Pastry Shell
DIRECTIONS
INGREDIENTS
FOR 2
FOR 4
FOR 6
Sift before measuring
cake flour*
V2 c u p
% cup
1 cup
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Resift with
salt
VA teasp.
V3 teasp.
V2 teasp.
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Work into flour with pastry
blender, 2 knives or fork.
cold
2 tabiesp.
3 tablesi
VA
1 tabiesp.
W h e n m i x t u r e h a s the
appearance of small peas,
gradually stir in
1 tabiesp.
Roll out on floured board to J/g-inch thickness.
4 teasp.
11/2 t a b i e s p .
4 teasp.
1V2 t a b i e s p .
Line with pastry
7-inch pie
pan
9-inch pie
pan
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shortening
Pet M i l k
diluted with.
water
2 tart p a n s ,
4 inches
across
cup
Be careful not to stretch pastry. Pinch pastry with fingers to make fancy edge. Prick
bottom and sides of pastry with fork. Bake in hot oven (425° F.) 10 minutes, or
until brown. Cool.
* T o Subsitute AlUPurpose
Flour for the Cake Flour, increase the shortening to
l}/2 tablespoons for 2;
cup for 4 and ^ cup for 6. Also, increase both Pet Milk
and water to 4 teaspoons for 2; 4 J ^ teaspoons for 4 and 2 tablespoons for 6.
Corn
DIRECTIONS
Fritters
INGREDIENTS
FOR 2
FOR 4
FOR 6
Heat slowly 2 inches of vegetable shortening or lard in kettle or heavy saucepan to
360° F., or until a 1-inch cube of bread will brown in 55 seconds.
Meanwhile, put in mixing bowl.
prepared
flour*
sugar
Mix together
well-beaten
biscuit
egg
Pet M i l k
Vl cup
2 teasp.
1 (yolk
only)
3 tabiesp.
1 cup
IV2 cups
4 teasp.
2 tabiesp.
1 (whole)
2 (whole)
y3 cup
1/2 cup
IV2 cups
2V4 cups
(No. 2 can)
Add to flour, all at once, mixing quickly but thoroughly.
cooked or canned,
whole kernel
corn, drained
Fold in
% cup
Drop by teaspoons into hot fat and fry a few at a time until brown. Drain on unglazed paper. Serve at once with Tomato Cream Sauce (See recipe), if desired
Makes
* T o Substitute
Sift into bowl
{ 1 dozen
All-Purpose
Flour for Prepared
sifted,
all-purpose
flour
baking powder
salt
sugar
Biscuit
{ 2 dozen
13 dozen
Flour:
1/2 cup
1 cup
1 teasp.
Vi teasp.
2 teasp.
i y 2 teasp.
y 2 teasp.
4 teasp.
i y 2 cups
2 teasp.
% teasp.
2 tabiesp.
2 tabiesp.
3 tabiesp.
Work into flour mixture with pas- cold shortening
1 tabiesp.
try blender, 2 knives or f o r k . . . .
Then proceed as directed above for prepared biscuit flour.
Note: Use this recipe in any altitude up to 3,000 feet. Special recipes adjusted for higher altitudes will
be sent on request. State altitude at which you live when writing for high altitude recipes.
TODAY'S D I N N E R
Pet Fried Chicken*
Mashed Potatoes
Corn Fritters* with
Tomato Cream Sauce*
Lettuce, Radish and Onion Salad
Whole Wheat Bread
Butter
Sliced Peaches
SATURDAY NIGHT
SERENADE
Starring
JESSICA
DRAGONETTE
Bill Perry
T h e Serenaders
-U Gus Haenschen and
his Orchestra
Every Saturday Night
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System
{See your newspaper for local
station ana time.)
*Recipes starred are on this sheet
Pet Fried Chicken
DIRECTIONS
Cut into pieces for serving
INGREDIENTS
FOR 2
{chicken
{ iy 2 lbs.
FOR 4
{21/2 lbs.
{ 314 lbs.
Put in bowl with
{ Pet Milk
{ y2 cup
{ 1 cup
{ iy 2 cups
Isalt
J^
FOR 6
Let soak in milk for 2 hours.
Drain and save milk for gravy.
Sprinkle over chicken
Cook slowly in
I pepper
teasp
'
| } 1/2
I few grains
teasp
I yg teasp.
'
2 teasp.
I V4 teasp.
inch hot shortening, turning frequently, until brown.
Remove chicken to warm platter and keep hot.
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of delicious food
Every Tuesday
and Thursday Morning
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D r a i n o f f all f a t b u t
{ l tabiesp. { 2 tabiesp.
I 11/2 tabiesp. ( 3 tabiesp.
\ l/ 2 teasp.
I 3/4 teasp.
B l e n d in
(flour
\ salt
I pepper
( few grains
I Vs teasp.
Stir in
{ water
{ 6 tabiesp.
{ 3/4 c u p
j 3 tabiesp.
j 4 V2 tabiesp.
•J 1 teasp.
I y4 teasp.
) 1 y4 cups
Boil 2 minutes, stirring constantly.
Add milk remaining from soaking chicken.
Heat thoroughly. Serve at once with the chicken.
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Tomato Cream Sauce
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(using
canned,
DIRECTIONS
Melt in saucepan
condensed
soup as a
base)
INGREDIENTS
FOR 2
. . ( butter or other { , t e a s p .
Add and cook slowly for 5 minfinely cut o n i o n •! 2 teasp.
utes
c . .
Stir in
Heat to boiling point.
Meanwhile, scald over boiling
water
..
{2
FOR 4
.
teasp
{x
FOR 6
teb,
<1 4 teasp.
<! 2 tabiesp.
f c°nd*nsed
J tomato soup
] salt
1 pepper
f 6 tabiesp.
I"
j few grains
[ few grains
f 3/4 cup
J /4
| Vg teasp.
[ few grains
f 10l/2-oz.
Il can
] /4 teasp.
[ Vi teasp.
f P«e t
L/ 4, c u p
f
V2 cup
f
Milk
3/4
cup
Stir hot soup mixture into hot milk. Serve at once. Do not cook after mixing.
Meat
and
DIRECTIONS
Vegetable
INGREDIENTS
FOR 2
Turn on oven and set at hot (425° F.).
Grease a deep pie pan or shallow baking dish meas- J5 inches
uring about
1 across
Melt in saucepan
Blend, in
Stir in
M i x well, put in greased p a n .
Roll into sheet to fit dish
FOR 4
7 inches
across
FOR 6
9 inches
across
J butter or other
2 teasp.
{
1 tabiesp.
1/4 teasp.
few grains
2 tabiesp.
V2 teasp.
few grains
3 tabiesp.
% teasp.
y 8 teasp.
y 3 cup
% cup
% cup
shortening
flour
I salt
1 pepper
j liquid off
peas
Boil 2 minutes, stirring constantly.
-pi
j j
1 hen add
Pie
Pet M i l k
diced, bologna
sausage*
cooked or canned
\ 1 tabiesp.
j lVfctablesp.
y3 cup
% cup
y 2 cup
2 cups
i y 3 cups
% cup
(l/ 4 lb.) "
( 3 /4 lb.)
0/2 to.) <
21/4 cups
% cup
IV2 cups
peas, drained
{ Biscuit Topping (See Recipe)
With floured knife, cut and remove 2, 4 or 6 triangles from dough. Put remaining
dough on top of meat mixture. Bake until top is browned, allowing 15 min. for 2,
18 min. for 4 and 20 min. for 6.
*Diced, cooked or canned corned beef, ham, pork or veal may replace the bologna.
N O T E : Triangles cut from dough may be put on baking sheet and baked as biscuits.
TODAY'S
DINNER
Tomato Juice Cocktail
SATURDAY NIGHT
SERENADE
Meat and Vegetable P i e *
Fruit and Vegetable Salad*
Chocolate Pudding
Starring
* R e c i p e s starred a r e o n this sheet
JESSICA
DRAGONETTE
&
Bill Perry
T h e Serenaders
"v? G u s H a e n s c h e n and
his Orchestra
Every Saturday Night
Columbia Broadcasting
System
(See your newspaper for local
station ana time.)
Fruit and Vegetable Salad
DIRECTIONS
Put in bowl
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o f delicious f o o d
FOR 2
FOR 4
FOR 6
2/3
1/3
cup
cup
i y 3 cups
% cup
Vi c u p
1/2
cup
1 cup
IV2 c u p s
3 tabiesp.
y3 cup
y2 cup
y4 cup
' 2 cups
1 cup
y4 cup
Mix lightly, then chill thoroughly.
I Vs teasp.
I[ y 4 teasp.
If 1 teasp.
, 3 / 4 teasp.
VA teasp.
j 1/2 teasp.
[ few g r a i n s 1[ few g r a i n s 1[ Vg teasp.
Meanwhile, mix t o g e t h e r . . . . . . . j sugar
A d d and mix well
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INGREDIENTS
shredded
lettuce
shredded
carrot
diced celery
unpared
apple,
cored and
thinly sliced
halved,
seedless
raisins
I pepper
. . . . { vinegar
Stir in slowly
{salad oil
T h e n stir into
jPet
j 1 tabiesp.
{ 2 tabiesp.
{ 3 tabiesp.
{ 1 tabiesp.
{ 2 tabiesp.
{ 3 tabiesp.
Milk
{ 3 t a b i e s p . { V3 c u p
{ V2 c u p
Keep chilled until serving time. T h e n pour dressing over salad mixture and fold
over and over until well blended. Serve at once.
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and Thursday Morning
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Biscuit T o p p i n g
DIRECTIONS
Sift into bowl
INGREDIENTS
FOR 2
sifted, all'
purpose
flour*
baking powder
salt
% cup
1 1 / 4 teasp.
Vz teasp.
11 21/2 teasp. I 33/4 teasp.
1[ % teasp.
1[ 1 teasp.
2 tabiesp.
j| y 4 CUP
|| 6 t a b i e s p .
2 tabiesp.
| VA c u p
I j6 t a b i e s p .
2 tabiesp.
I VA CUP
[ 6 tabl
Work into flour mixture with
pastry blender, 2 knives or fork. . cold s h o r t e n i n g
Pet M i l k
diluted
with
Stir in with fork
wafer
FOR 4
FOR 6
[ iy 3 cups
2 cups
T u r n out dough onto lightly floured board. Knead a few seconds before
rolling to fit top of Meat and Vegetable Pie (See Recipe).
*To Substitute
Put in b o w l
Prepared
Biscuit
Flour
for AlUPurpose
i prepared
biscuit | , ,
|
flour
\ /3
c u p
V
Flour:
f t1/
\ 1/3
c u p s
\
f_
2
c u p s
Omit baking powder, salt and cold shortening.
Stir in diluted milk and proceed as directed above for all-purpose flour.
Note: Use this recipe in any altitude up to 5,000 feet. Special recipes adjusted for higher
altitudes will be sent on request. State altitude at which you live when writing for high
altitude recipes.
Vanilla
Made
with Ice Cream
Ice
Cream
Powder
with
Chocolate
INGREDIENTS
Sauce
FOR 3
FOR 6
Chill until icy cold
{ Pet Milk
{y 2 cup
{1 cup
M e a n w h i l e , p u t in b o w l
j vanilla^ice cream
j^
jx
f cold Pet M i l k
( 2 tabiesp.
2 tabiesp.
[ l / 2 teasp.
[ Va c u p
i/4 c u p
[ 1 teasp.
o .
.
j
ii
r
Stir in gradually a mixture of
c o l d
w a t e r
I vanilla
pkg<
Chill thoroughly. Whip chilled milk with rotary egg beater, or electric beater at high
speed, until stiff. Fold into chilled milk mixture. Freeze, without stirring, in automatic refrigerator tray at coldest temperature, or in a mold buried in a mixture of 3
parts crushed ice to 1 part ice cream salt.
*If Jell-O ice cream powder is used, you will need 2}/% tablespoons of such powder
for 3 and % cup for 6.
Chocolate
Sauce:
'ix together
FOR EITHER 3 OR 6
{sugar
I y 2 cup
I cocoa
I y4 cup
Stir in
j water
{ 2 tabiesp.
Then add
{ white c o r n s y r u p
{ V/2 tabiesp.
Boil until few drops form soft ball when dropped into cold water. Remove from heat.
Stir in
{Pet Milk
( vanilla
j l / 2 cup
1 Vi teasp.
Serve warm or cold on Vanilla Ice Cream (See Above). This sauce may be stored in
a covered jar in the refrigerator for several days to use as needed.
TODAY'S
DINNER
Broiled Ham
Baked Tomatoes and R i c e *
Buttered Carrots or Squash
Peach Salad
Vanilla Ice Cream with Chocolate Sauce*
Cake or Cookies
SATURDAY NIGHT
SERENADE
* R e c i p e s starred a r e o n this s h e e t
Baked Tomatoes and Rice
Starring
JESSICA
DRAGONETTE
DIRECTIONS
INGREDIENTS
FOR 2
Turn on oven and set at moderately slow (350° F.).
f 4 teasp.
Cook until crisp
{diced bacon
Add and cook slowly for 5
Dissolve
H* Bill Perry
Add bouillon to bacon mixture.
T h e Serenaders
Then add
Gus Haenschen and
his Orchestra
Every Saturday Night
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station ana time.)
local
I
(1 slice)
/ 2V 2 tabiesp. j l/4 c u p
\ (2 slices)
\ (3 slices)
{ finely cut o n i o n | 1 t a b i e s p .
| 2 tabiesp.
j 3 tabiesp.
J bouillon cube
\ in hot w a t e r
f 1 cube
I V2 c u p
f IV2 c u b e s
I 3A c u p
Pet Milk
cooked r i c e *
f V2
cube
\ l/4 c u p
V3 c u p
1 cup
Vs teasp.
.
1 few g r a i n s
salt
. pepper
% cup
2 cups
( 1 cup
I 3 cups
|, V2 teasp.
1 few g r a i n s I Vs teasp.
. l ./ 4- teasp.
.
Cook slowly, stirring frequently, until mixture thickens, or about 3 minutes. Let stand.
Cut in halves, crosswise
j f r e s h tomatoes { 2
{4
{6
Sprinkle tomato halves with
{salt
j i/g t e a s p .
{ y4 t e a s p .
{ i/2
tea
sp.
Cover tomatoes with rice mixture, dividing equally. Put in greased, shallow pan.
Sprinkle tops with
(T h ^ o T S
V. cup
£<?"
j % cup
(*
|2o«.
j 3 ozs*
CUP
Bake 15 minutes, or until cheese melts and tomatoes are tender. Serve at once.
*You'll need to cook Y cup rice in 2 cups boiling water and Yl teaspoon salt for 2;
l/2 cup rice in 4 cups boiling water and 1 teaspoon salt for 4, and % cup rice in 6 cups
boiling water and 1 Yz teaspoons salt for 6.
IX
MARY LEE
TAYLOR
Radio demonstrations
of delicious f o o d
Every Tuesday
and Thursday Morning
Columbia Broadcasting
System
and additional stations
(See your newspaper for
station and time.)
FOR 6
FOR 4
local
SEND FOR THESE BOOKS
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"Food for Fitness for 2 and 4
and 6," containing realistic
color photographs of appetizing dishes. Sent free for
one Irradiated Pet Milk label.
BEAUTIFUL BABY BOOK—Helpful information on the care
of babies and development
of young children. Tested
recipes for babies' first solid
f o o d s and dishes suitable for
children. Sent free on request.
Vanilla Ice Cream
Using home ingredients and to be frozen in automatic
DIRECTIONS
INGREDIENTS
Chill until icy cold
{Pet
Milk
refrigerator
FOR 3
j%
cup
tray
FOR 6
{ iy3
Beat until very light
{egg
{x
Continue beating while adding gradually
iI sugar
salt
4 cup
\f y
few
g r a i n s \f y
Vs2 cup
teasp.
Stir
{ vanilla
{ 1 teasp.
i n
{
cup8
2
{ 2 teasp.
Whip chilled milk with rotary egg beater, or electric beater at high speed, until stiff.
Fold into egg mixture. Freeze, without stirring, in tray of automatic refrigerator at
coldest temperature, or in a mold buried in a mixture of 3 parts crushed ice to 1
part ice cream salt.
T o B e Frozen in an Ice Cream
Beat until very light
Freezer:
Continue beating while adding gradually
j
Stir in
J
egg
1
sugar
salt
chilled Pet M i l k
diluted
with
water
vanilla
6 tabiesp.
Ys teasp.
1 cup
6 tabiesp.
1 teasp.
2
~
y4 cup
V4 teasp.
2 cups
3/4 c u p
Freeze in hand-turned or motor-driven freezer, using a mixture of 8 parts crushed ice
to 1 part ice cream salt. When frozen, remove dasher, drain off excess water and
pack in mixture of 3 parts crushed ice to 1 part ice cream salt. Let stand
to 2
hours to ripen.
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