Monday, September 27, 2010

Delicious Chutney Chicken Wings

20 wings or 1kg thigh pieces
440g bottle mayonnaise
440g bottle chutney
2 packets French onion soup mix

Method: Mix mayonnaise, chutney and onion soup together. Pour sauce over chicken wings or thighs. Bake at 350C [sic] for 1 hour. Serve with rice or mashed potato. Serves 4-5 people.

Source: Royal Adelaide Hospital Community Children's Centre (RAHCCC) Cookbook, 2nd edition (Adelaide, 2008), p.41

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Lolly Banana Slice

1 pkt crushed malt biscuits
18 lolly bananas broken into 1/4's
1 tbsp golden syrup
1 cup coconut
1/4 lb margarine
1/2 tin condensed milk

Method: Melt margarine, syrup and milk together then pour over dry ingredients and mix well. Press into a greased tin. Set in fridge for 2-3 hours and cut into fingers.

Source: contributed by Elizabeth Wissell in Burra Kindy Cookbook (Burra, 2002)

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Sally's Chook Boobs

2 chicken breasts diced
1.1/4 tsp chilli
penne pasta
1/3 jar basil & pinenut pesto
1.1/2 tsp garlic
150ml cream
1/2 capsicum
1 tomato

Method: Cook chicken breast & garlic, then add tomato and capsicum. Then add cream, pesto and chilli. Heat through and serve with cooked penne pasta.

Source: contributed by J. Lehmann in Burra Kindy Cookbook (Burra, 2002)

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Cream of Asparagus Soup

Method: Melt 2 oz butter, add 2 oz flour and blend with 2 cups chicken stock. Stir until smooth and simmer 15 mins. Drain 340g can of asparagus cuts. Retain a few choice cuts and puree or sieve the remainder. Add to soup together with liquid from can. Add 1.1/2 cups of cream or milk and reheat (do not boil). Garnish with reserved asparagus and croutons if desired.

Source: contributed by V. South in Lutheran Jubilee 150 Cook Book 1838-1988 Vol 2 by St. Paul's Congregation, Yorketown (1988), p.5

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Curried Tuna

1 large tin tuna
1 small tin mushrooms
2 sliced onions
2 dessertspoons cornflour
2 teaspoons sugar
2 teaspoons chutney
1 tablespoon butter
1 dessertspoon sultanas
2 apples
2 cups stock or water
2 dessertspoons curry powder
salt and pepper

Method: Melt butter and lightly fry onion and apple. Mix all other ingredients together and put in a saucepan when onion and apples are cooked. Heat and thicken with cornflour. Heat and serve with rice.

Source: contributed by S. Burgess in Gulnare Gourmets (Adelaide: Gulnare Primary School Welfare Club, 1984 [2nd edition]), p.26.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Irish Cream Liqueur

1 bottle whisky - any kind
2 tins condensed milk - ordinary size
1 tin Carnation milk - 375mls
200g white chocolate
2 teaspoons coffee essence
2 small cartons pure cream - not thickened (400mls)
1 cup water

Method: Stir chocolate and 1 cup water over low heat (in small saucepan) until dissolved, using a wooden spoon. In basin, mix milks, then add coffee essence and chocolate. Stir well. Fold in cream. Add whisky last. Stir well. Strain into bottles and press any lumps out with wooden spoon. Always shake well before pouring (each time). Nice served with little ice cubes. Keep in fridge.

(Makes approx. two bottles).

Source: The Princess Royal Cookbook compiled by a sub-committee of The Muscular Dystrophy Association of South Australia (Kent Town: Peacock Publications, 1984 reprint of 1981 first edition; ISBN 0909209502), p.103.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Seafood Spread

250g Philly cream cheese softened
2 tbspn tomato sauce
1 tbspn lemon juice
1 tbspn chopped onion and parsley
1 small can tuna drained and flaked.

Method: Mix well and chill.

Source: contributed by H. Gillings in Lutheran Jubilee 150 Cook Book 1838-1988 Vol 2 by St. Paul's Congregation, Yorketown (1988), p.9.