Clippings by shirleywny5

 Sort by: Last Updated Post Date Post Title Forum Name 

RECIPE: lasagna in a hard roll

posted by: lizzynola on 08.29.2007 at 06:20 pm in Recipe Exchange Forum

The kids love this quick & easy recipe:

3/4 pound of ground beef and or ground sausage or a combination of both.
1 8oz. can of tomato sauce (I use the garlic/seasoned)
1/2 of an envelope of dry onion soup mix
About 1/4 t. dry oregano
About 1/8 t. dry basil
1 large egg, beaten
3/4 cp cream style cottage cheese, drained
3/4 cup mozzarella or other cheese
8 hard rolls

Cook the beef/sausage in a skillet and drain off the fat.
Add the tomato sauce, sout mix, and seasonings,
Simmer covered for about 5 minutes.
Uncover and cook for another 10-15 minute longer, stirring frequently.
Mix the egg with the cottage cheese and 1/2 cup of the cheese.
Cut a thin slice off the top of each roll.
Hollow out the center leaving about 1/2 inch thick shells
(save and freeze the bread chunks for a dressing, bread pudding, etc.)
Spoon half of the meat mixture into the bottoms of each roll.
Spoon cheese mixture over meat, then spoon remaining meat mixture over cheese mixture.
Sprinkle the 1/2 cup remaining cheese over the meat mixture and replace the tops of the rolls.
Wrap each roll in heavy foil.Place foil packets on a baking sheet.
BAKE at 400 (preheated) oven for about 25-30 minutes.

You can add your own seasoning to your liking if you wish.

A nice salad is all you need with this one!

NOTES:

<none>
clipped on: 09.10.2007 at 06:26 am    last updated on: 09.10.2007 at 06:26 am

LOOKING for: Dumplings (for Chicken & Dumplings)

posted by: HanArt on 10.24.2005 at 09:33 pm in Recipe Exchange Forum

I usually make chicken noodle soup with leftover roasted chicken, but wanted to use up the buttermilk today so made buttermilk dumplings. Tried Sara Mouton's recipe. They were good, but nothing special. Her recipe uses butter, no egg. My old recipe called for shortening, something I never keep in the house anymore.

How do you make dumplings? Shortening, butter, eggs, herbs?

NOTES:

<none>
clipped on: 09.10.2007 at 06:22 am    last updated on: 09.10.2007 at 06:24 am