Pelham - Windham News 10 - April 22, 2011
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Pantry Secrets for Easter Dinner
You probably don’t know it, but you may have the secret ingredi- ents for an exceptional Easter dinner in your pantry right now. The holidays are a perfect opportunity to sprinkle creativity into special meals by using staples like pancake mix, syrup and instant mashed potatoes in unexpected ways to craft new and delicious dishes the whole family will love. Celebrity Chef Adam Gertler, host of Food Network’s “Kid in
a Candy Store,” along with Hungry Jack(r), have come up with original, easy-to-prepare recipes using everyday items to create a memorable Easter meal. “Planning for a holiday meal can be stressful,” says Chef Gertler.
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“But by looking to your pantry for inspiration, you will find ingre- dients to make a truly unique and special meal sure to delight your family and guests!” Here are ways to use up what you already have to make a com- plete Easter menu, including savory Bacon and Cheese Appetizer Bites, Spinach Salad with Warm Maple Dijon Vinaigrette, Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin, and a sweet Spiced Mocha Fudge Cake. You’ll create an Easter meal worth celebrating and make your hun- gry family a happy one. For more creative recipes and tips, visit www.useupthebox.com
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Pantry Tips - Punchy Potatoes: Add a teaspoon of prepared horseradish or Dijon mustard and a sprinkle of garlic powder to Hungry Jack Instant Mashed Potatoes for gour- met flavor ready in less than five
minutes. - Make dry
spices last: Ground spices tend to lose pungency rather quickly. Buy spices like cinnamon, cayenne pepper, cumin, nutmeg, cloves and allspice whole and grind small batches as you need them. It’s a good idea to have a separate coffee grinder for your spices. - Save room and keep dry goods fresh: When you get home from the grocery store, transfer flours, pastas, cereals and other dry grains into resealable storage bags or containers. Simply label and date them with a marker, and you’ll be surprised at how much extra room you’ll have in your pantry.
Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin Makes: 4 servings Prep Time: 7 minutes Cook Time: 12 minutes Ingredients 1 1
1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
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1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1 pound pork tenderloin, cut into 1/2-inch slices 1 tablespoon butter 2 tablespoons Hungry Jack Original Regular Syrup
1. COMBINE thyme, marjoram, salt, onion powder and garlic powder in large resealable food storage bag. Seal bag and shake well. Add pork slices. Seal bag. Shake to coat. 2. MELT butter in large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add pork mixture. Cook and stir 8 to 10 minutes or until pork is browned and no longer pink in center. Add syrup. Cook and stir until pork is glazed. (c)/(r) The J.M. Smucker Company. Folgers Classic Roast is a trade- mark of The Folgers Coffee Com- pany. Pillsbury BEST is a trade- mark of The Pillsbury Company, LLC, used under license.
Creative Alternatives to Easter Egg Hunts Coloring Easter eggs, hiding them and hunting for them has been a
holiday staple for generations. Every now and then, Easter celebrants desire something different to make this year’s fun unique. There are several different ways to celebrate Easter that don’t have to
involve hidden eggs. Try out these ideas for some enjoyment. * Pin the tail on the Easter bunny: Make a variation on the donkey game
by drawing (or buying) a picture of a bunny. Glue some cotton balls to a piece of cardboard to make tails, using double-sided tape on the back. Spin kids around and have them try to attach the tail. * Treasure hunt: Instead of children racing around to find hidden eggs, parents can draw up a treasure map that takes the children, via different clues, to a special treasure hidden. It could be a chocolate bunny or a bas- ket of treats. * Who Am I? Print Easter-related phrases onto cards that then attach to a headband or hat with a small piece of tape or Velcro-type material. The person has to guess the word (without seeing what it is) by the clues others provide.
* Easter crafts: Scour the craft store for wooden eggs, crosses, baskets, and similar items. Purchase colored pencils or water colors and encourage children to decorate their items. This can keep children busy after the meal when adults want to socialize. * Relay races: Enjoy any number of outside games (weather permitting), including relay races with the family. * Fashion show: Little girls can model their Easter bonnets and frilly dresses for a family audience. * Lucky duck: Parents can create the carnival game at home by marking a painted dot under a few of several rubber ducks that are afloat in a bucket, bathtub or kiddie pool. The children who pick a duck with a mark on the bottom win a prize.
teaspoon dried thyme leaves, crushed teaspoon dried marjoram leaves, crushed
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