COTTAGE CHEESE SUBSTITUTE IN COOKING. COTTAGE CHEESE SU
COTTAGE CHEESE SUBSTITUTE IN COOKING. COOKING COLLARDS GREENS. TOP RATED COOKING GAMES.
Cottage Cheese Substitute In Cooking
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Cheese "biscuits" each topped with a pecan are a traditional hors d'oeuvre in the American South. I'm still on a quest for the recipe my mother used. This recipe, which I found on the Internet, isn't what Mother used to make. Hers were all out of a 1-inch round cutter, all exactly the same. This recipe uses margarine (gasp!), extra sharp cheddar cheese, parmesan, salt and a bit of cayenne. I cheated by substituting butter for margarine. Friends don't let friends use margarine.
You roll pieces of the dough in a ball "the size of a large marble" (but smaller than the "big blue marble"). Really how big is a "large marble"? This recipe yielded a baker's three dozen (37) plus one that fell on the floor.
I made them for a memorial service for a dear friend, Jean Howorth. She and her husband Bob had recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary.
• 4 cups of fresh spinach
• .50 medium onion, chopped finely
• 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
• .25 cup whole wheat bread crumbs
• .50 cup egg substitute
•. 25 cup of grated Parmesan cheese (optional)
• Cooking spray
1. Heat olive oil in a pan and brown onions
2. Add spinach to cook
3. In a bowl combine spinach, onions, with bread crumbs
4. Add egg substitute
5. Add parmesan cheese (optional)
6. Heat a nonstick pan and coat with cooking spray.
7. Form into patties and cook both sides until lightly browned
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