Sunday, July 20, 2008

Four Foods

This is coming quickly after the last one because I was late posting last week's food subject. Anyone who blogs can join in the fun and share food facts with your readers. This week's topic is about baking.

#1. When you need to serve desserts, do you buy them or make them?
If I need a pie, I buy it and I make most other desserts. Like the Strawberry Heaven that I made when my sister was in town... yumm.

#2. When baking do you use butter, margarine or something else?
I tend to use margarine but lately I've been purchasing butter to use occasionally.

#3. What meats or veggies do you cook in the oven?
I cook pork chops and potatoes in the oven because the chops are tender and the potatoes are perfectly delicious.

#4. Share a recipe for anything that is cooked in an oven.

Pork Chops and Potato Casserole

Cooking oil
flour
1 large Onion
5 or 6 potatoes
1 can cr. of mushroom soup
6 pork chops
1 can cr. of celery soup
butter
salt and pepper

Salt and pepper chops; flour and brown in oil. Set aside. Thinly slice onion and potatoes (scalloped) and put in baking dish. Add salt and pepper, both cans of soup and toss to evenly coat onion and potatoes. Add about 6 or 7 pats of butter and place browned chops on top. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for about 1 hour or until potatoes are soft.

6 comments:

Anele said...

That casserole sounds great! Easy but the kind that gets ya raves. Thanks for sharing!

Karen said...

Have you posted that strawberry dessert somewhere? I would love to make it.

clair said...

Mmm, that casserole is exactly what I need right now after being up the past 24 hours blogging at Day of Blogs 2008.

corrin said...

I'd like to see the strawberry heaven recipe, too!

Ami-chan said...

I don't do much with pork, but that sounds like a really neat recipe.

Charla said...

Pork chops sound yummy! I will wait to cooler weather to fix them, though. I don't use the oven when it's 100 degrees outside. :)