This issue "XYZ"   05-14-2012

 A CraftELady Mailing

For a complete list of mailings, click here.

Going on vacation? Please Hold Mail  Change of Address? 
****************************************************

 
Hi Everyone!
I hope you enjoy the recipes!
 

[Archives ] http://www.acrafteladymailing.com/recipes/archives.html  

 
Index
1. X-Casserole
2. Xenepek
3. X's Spinach Salad
4. Yakitori - Japanese Broiled Chicken
5. Zydeco Green Beans
------------------------------------------------------
1. X-Casserole

Categories: None

Yield: 1 Servings      

      1 pk (12 oz) wide egg noodles
      1 lb Ground beef
      1    Onion; chopped
      2 cn Campbell's tomato soup; condensed)


This recipe came about one night upon getting home from work late, not having alot of groceries in stock, so concocting what I had. It's simple and easy. Now if I ask my hubby would he would like to eat tonight, I always get the same answer = X-Casserole, please!!

Boil noodles according to package directions. Meanwhile brown onion until transparent, add ground beef and cook thoroughly. Add the condensed tomato soup (DO NOT ADD ANY WATER OR MILK!!) Mix together until heated. Drain noodles and add them to meat mixture. Just stir together and serve.

Posted to brand-name-recipes by Barb & Jay on Jan 20, 1998

Source: freegroups.net
------------------------------------------------------
2. Xenepek


Categories: None

Yield: 1 Servings

   1/4 c Cilantro; minced      
      3    Green Onions; minced
      1    Garlic clove; minced
      6    Habaņero Chiles; chopped fine, (up to 8)
      1    Mexican Lime; juice of
           To taste Salt and Pepper


Prepare all the ingredients and combine. Taste for lime and salt.

Comments Uses 1.As a garnish for Chili. 2.Use as the top layer of a 7 - Layer Mexican Dip. 3.Spice up a cheese omelette. 4.Add to milder salsa for a kick. 5.Use straight with chips.

Posted to recipelu-digest by molony on Mar 06, 1998

Source: freegroups.net
 ------------------------------------------------------
3. X's Spinach Salad


Categories: Salads

Yield: 4 Servings

---------------------SALAD--------------------------      
      2    Bunches spinach, washed, drained, stems removed
      1    Onion, thinly sliced
      2    Eggs, hard cooked, chopped
      2    Tomatoes, cut into wedges
      4    Strips bacon, crumbled
      1 cn Asparagus spears


-------------------DRESSING------------------------

     1/2 c Sugar      
      1 c  Safflower oil
      1 ts Mustard
      1 ts Salt
    1/2 c  Vinegar
      1 ts Whole celery seeds
      1 tb Grated onion


Prepare dressing first: blend together sugar, oil, mustard and salt. Add vinegar, celery seeds and grated onion; shake or beat well. Chill.

Mix together all salad ingredients, except asparagus spears. Pour chilled dressing over all and toss until well coated. Arrange asparagus spears on top. Chill well before serving. It is best the next day.

Source: freegroups.net

------------------------------------------------------
4. Yakitori - Japanese Broiled Chicken

Categories: Outdoor gri, Poultry

Yield: 1 Servings      

3    Whole chicken breasts; skinned
1 bn Green onions
1/2 lb Chicken livers
2/3 c Soy sauce
1/3 c Dry sherry
2 ts Fresh ginger root; minced
1/4 c Water
1 ts Sugar

Remove any bone from the chicken. Cut into 1 inch cubes. Cut green onions into 3/4 inch lengths Cut the livers in half (optional)

Alternate the chicken cubes, scallions, and chicken livers on individual skewers (soaked in water, if bamboo). In a flat shallow glass or ceramic dish combine the remaining ingredients. Set the skewers in the soy mixture. Turn to coat all sides and let marinate 20 miutes, turning often or basting with the marinade. Grill the skewers 4-5 inches from hot coals or preheated broiler 8 minutes, turning often, until lightly brown and cooked through. Brush with marinade at least twice during cooking. Dip in toasted sesame seeds, if you wish.

NOTES : 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger can replace fresh ginger as many recipes vary with as many cooks, I'm sure the substitution of a = little vinegar for the sherry would be all right. perhaps a small onion cut in crescent shapes could substitute for the = green onions. Recipe by: Jean Hewitt's International Meatless Cookbook

Posted to recipelu-digest by Michael Bauman on Mar 27, 1998

Source: freegroups.net
 
------------------------------------------------------
5. Zydeco Green Beans


Categories: Relishes, Appetizers, Vegetables, Hot, Tabasco

Yield: 1 Servings

2 1/4 c Water
3/4 c White Vinegar     
2 tb Sugar
1 tb Crushed Mustard Seeds
4 md Garlic Cloves, Thinly Sliced
3    Bay Leaves
1 1/2 ts Salt
1 1/2 ts Tabasco Pepper Sauce
1 lb Trimmed Green Beans

Zydeco Green Beans is actually a redundancy. The exuberant music of Louisiana's black French-speaking Creoles is called zydeco, an idiomatic phonetic version of les haricots, French for snap beans. Serve these green beans as a relish, or as "stirrers" for Bloody Marys.
~-----------------

In a large saucepan, stir together the water, vinegar, sugar, mustard seeds, garlic, bay leaves, salt and Tabasco sauce. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat, cover, and simmer for 5 minutes. Add the beans. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes, until tender-crisp. Arrange the beans in a shallow dish and cover them completely with the vinegar mixture. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Serve cold.

From: The Tabasco Cookbook.

Source: freegroups.net

***************************************************

SurveySavvy Get Paid For Your Opinion
https://www.surveysavvy.com?id=9926&action=join


Socratic Forum  Another REAL Survey Company
http://survey.sotech.com/998024/start.asp?s=7&refPMID=15393


Deals N Cash  Get Paid to Read Emails
http://dealsncash.com/members/index.cgi?craftelady

************************************************
Own A Traffic Exchange!
http://ownate.com/affiliate/id/54
************************************************
The Corner Gift Shop
http://www.thecornergiftshop.com
************************************************
Money Making Sites
 
Deals 'n Cash PTR up to $.05 per email, $.02 per referral's read email. 
Payout $30.00
 
They pay you to read emails!  $.02 per email, payout at $25.00
************************************************
CraftE's Sites:
 

Play for Fun, Play for Cash
http://www.craftelady.com/playforcash.htm

More Coupons!
http://print.coupons.com/alink.asp?go=12229hi0010

Place your ad-- any ad...  FREE
 
CraftE's Birthday Club   Come Join the Fun!
http://www.craftelady.com/bdayclub.html


Need to find something? 
 
CraftE's Search Page    http://www.craftelady.com/search.html

***************************************************

Recipe Archives

***************************************************************
CraftE1Ldy is a registered mailer with Community Action Team (CAT) of 
America Online, Inc. 2000
Call 888-265-3733 - AOL Tech Support: 888-346-3704

A CraftELady Mailing
Julia G
Tulare CA

 

button

 AppliancePartsPros.com - Part Photos & Diagrams. Live Help. Same Day Shipping. Return Any Part.

 125 x 125 Educational Gamesbutton

button

Please support my sponsors. Thank you! :-)

clixGalore Merchant Referral Program  

Best Value for 100 Calories


Bare Necessities


Affordable Dental Coverage Join Today

MyJewelryBox.com

The Corner Gift Shop

Coupons!

Free Christmas & Holiday Crafts

Earn Income Online Too!

Adorable Beauty Implements by Venus Worldwide  

Join the Ipsos Survey Panel
 

  www.GlobalTestMarket.com

 GlobalTestMarket.com

copyright 2004-2012 craftelady.com