Monday, October 31, 2011

Pork Chop Supreme

Pork Chop Supreme
1 box Stuffing 1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup
1/2 soup can of milk
Pork Chops
Swiss Cheese

This is one of the easiest casseroles to make and I always try to make enough to have leftovers! Sprinkle the pork chops with your favorite are a few I use *salt/pepper-onion and garlic powders-season salt-lemon pepper-rib rub-steak seasoning* of course I normally don't use all of them at the same time, it just depends what I feel like that day!

Single layer the pork chops on the bottom of your baking dish. Prepare stuffing as directed on the box and spread evening over the chops. Next: Stir the milk and cream of mushroom soup together and pour over the stuffing. Sprinkle with shredded/or layer with slices of swiss cheese. (The only way we ever eat swiss cheese is if I'm baking with it, so if you are nervous trust me that is taste a whole lot better baked than on a cracker!)

Bake uncovered for an hour at 350.

Baking times can vary, I highly recommend probing the pork chops to ensure they are completely baked!

Variation: Use chicken stuffing and chicken breast with broth!

Serve and enjoy!

This recipe was invented in my of those days I just didn't know what to make and starting putting things together! :-)

Monday, October 24, 2011

Scalloped Corn

This is a family favorite passed down from my Great Grandma Zelda. As a little girl I always knew any family gatherings on my dads side of the family would have this scalloped corn, fried dressing, and custard pie. Yummy good ole recipes G&G brought with them to the Dakota's from Kansas.

Scalloped Corn
3 cans cream style corn

1 can whole kernal corn
1 strip saltine crackers -crushed
1 stick butter - melted
1/2 cup milk

Mix together in a baking dish, we generally use a 9x13 pan however today I used a 9x9. Grandma used to bake hers in pretty baking bowls as well. Bake at 350 for 45-50 minutes.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Halloween Treats!

I didn't realize how long it had been since my last post until a friend texted me and said she missed the recipes. I have been busy busy working on the house and this week will consist of cleaning the yard up. These North Dakota winds have made quite a mess of the apple trees. Lucy (our dog) generally helps me clean the apples up....or distracts me from cleaning them. Saying she "loves" playing fetch is an understatement! :-) I hope to post more recipes soon. I signed up to make 6 dozen cookies for church last week, and the cookies were absolutely mouth watering! That recipe will be coming soon!
Okay enough yacking and onto the recipe....

Halloween isn't my favorite holiday but I certainly enjoy making cookies, popcorn balls, and any other festive creations I find. I ran across this recipe this past week, it's easy to make and very tasty. Rather than posting my photos...I'm going to share the image straight from the's just so darn cute!