Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2011 6:05 PM
Subject: cornflake topping
Do you have a potato dish with a cornflake topping? I looked for potatoes and cornflakes and seen nothing. Thank you for any help, Joyce
I’m finding lots of dishes with potatoes and cornflakes, but most contain some kind of meat and/or cheese. There’s one below that didn’t.
Golden Crumbled Potatoes
3 tbsp. margarine
1/2 c. cornflakes, crushed
1 tsp. salt
6 med. potatoes, peeled (2 lbs.)
1/4 tsp. pepper
Melt margarine. Combine cornflake crumbs with salt and pepper. Roll potatoes in margarine, then in the crumb mixture.
Arrange in 8 inch square, greased baking pan. Bake at 400 degree oven for 50 minutes or until tender. 6 servings.
joyce requested cornflake topped potatoes
this is recipe friend gave me at a church dinner
might be the one she requested
used either frozen hashbrown potatoes or semi cooked 1/2 in or so cubes of semi cooked white potatoes[ made both ways,prefer semi cooked potato]
chopped onion,can of cream of celery soup, sour cream
either can or 2 of chedder cheeze soup,or grated cheeze
all poured into 9x12 pan
about 1 in or more thick
topped with cornflakes mixed with melted butter
cooked in oven 350 degree till potatoes done and topping sorta browned/crunchy
sorry I cant remember the amounts
I sorta eyeball stuff as I go along
hope you can find recipe with accurate amount for joyce
I just love your site and have this recipe that maybe Joyce might like.
I always make this to go with a ham and it tastes great. It is from kraftfoods.com
Easy Potato Bake
1 container (16 oz.) Breakstone's or Knudsen Sour Cream
1 pkg. (8 oz.) Kraft Shredded Cheddar Cheese
1 can (10-3/4 oz.) condensed cream of chicken soup
1 cup chopped green onions
1 pkg. (32 oz.) frozen Southern-style hash browns, thawed
1 cup crushed Post Toasties Corn Flakes
2 Tbsp. butter, melted
Preheat oven to 375. Mix sour cream, cheese, soup and onions in large bowl. Add potatoes; mix well.
Spoon into greased 13x9 baking dish. Bake 45 minutes. Toss crushed corn flakes with butter; sprinkle over potato
mixture. Bake and additional 15 minutes.
*** I use about a 1/2 cup of a regular onion cut fine instead of the green onion, melt a little more butter and
add more corn flakes for added crunch.
Hope she'll like this recipe--Julia
Sent: Friday, November 18, 2011 6:25 PM
Subject: Recipe for S & S Cafeteria's (Macon,Ga) Hot Slaw
Please help me find a recipe for S & S Cafeteria's Hot Slaw.
Sorry, I had no success with this request.
Sent: Saturday, November 19, 2011 11:43 AM
Subject: Re: Recipe for S & S Cafeteria's (Macon,Ga) Hot Slaw
Please try for a recipe for their salmon croquettes.
Sorry, no joy. A fairly thorough search revealed only these recipes from S & S Cafeteria:
Sweet Potato Balls:
Mac & Cheese:
This eggplant casserole recipe was offered in response to a request, but was not identified as being the S & S recipe or a real copycat:
These appear to be all that’s available from S and S Cafeteria
Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 1:34 PM
Subject: Recipe for Shoney's Classic Recipe Seasoning Salt
Hi I have searched the internet and also asked at many Shoney’s stores for this wonderful seasoning mix with no success.
This is my secret to great fajitas and I am completely out now. If I cannot find this to purchase,
I would live to make it myself if you can locate a copy-cat recipe for me.
I have an old bottle and here are the ingredients as listed in case this will help you.
Extractives of turmeric (color)
Thank you, Theresa
Sorry, I had no success locating a copycat recipe for Shoney’s Classic Seasoning Salt. Shoney’s has a Facebook page here:
Shoney's Facebook Page
Lots of folks would like to have a home recipe for it. There is a Forum discussion about the salt here:
One person said that Shoney’s and Bob’s Big Boy both had their own seasoning salt and that both were made for them by the same manufacturer,
so they might be the same or else very similar. However, I could not find a copycat for Bob’s Big Boy seasoned salt, either.
The difficulty in attempting to make a copycat lies with these two items on your ingredients list: “spices” and “natural flavoring”.
No way to know what those might be unless you are privy to the original manufacturer’s info.
If you want to try to make your own seasoned salt, The recipe below might be helpful
8 tbsp salt
3 tbsp pepper
2 tbsp paprika
1/2 tbsp onion powder
1/2 tbsp garlic powder
An airtight container
Mix everything up. Use a food processor or a grinder for a fine grind.
Store in an airtight container.
Vary this by adding other herbs and spices such as the ones below.
dried thyme leaves
The Frisch's Big Boy restaurants around Ohio and Michigan were once shoot offs from Big bob's , They use Lawry's seasoning as a bottle sits on every table.
It is not the same ingredients as Shoney's but it might be a good place to start. With the addition of MSG it might be very close to what you are looking for.
My kid even uses it on the french fries.lawry's has a home page and some recipes. It's worth a try.
Sent: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 1:20 PM
Subject: Please find this recipe!
I am in desperate need of the recipe from the chili's restaurant
called the vanilla lava cake. NOT the chocolate lava cake. My husband
was in love with this cake. It was a small personal sized vanilla
bundt cake with hot vanilla liquid (not sure what the liquid actually
was) that oozed out of the center and all over the sides of the cake.
They stopped making this a while ago and my husband still cannot stop
talking about it. I have searched everywhere for the recipe but I
cannot find it. My husband just told me that he actually e-mailed
Chili's headquarters to ask them to bring it back and their response
was not in his favor. If he went this far to try to get the lava cake
back I know I have to do some major work to try to replicate it at
home. It would one of the happiest days in his life if I made it for
him. But I really need your help finding the recipe first.
I wish I could help, but I have no joy. There were a few requests for this
same recipe on message boards, but no recipes and no suggestions. It's not
listed on their online menu, only the chocolate and red velvet lava cakes
Apparently, no one has created a copycat recipe. I could not find any other
vanilla lava cake recipes. Sorry.
I looked at the Chili’s Menu and saw their Red Velvet Molten was described as "A rich, velvety take on our classic dessert.
Topped with vanilla ice cream under a hard chocolate shell and filled with cream cheese."
Perhaps the following recipe will help Katie create her own version of Chili’s dessert.
Timm in Oregon
Red Velvet Lava Cakes
1 tablespoon butter for the ramekins
6 ounces white baking chocolate
6 tablespoons butter
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1/2 cup white sugar
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
1 tablespoon orange extract
1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon plain salt
4 teaspoons cream cheese, divided
Whipped cream for serving
Preheat the oven to 400F degrees. Liberally butter the inside of four small ramekins, about 3/4 cup size
In a double boiler melt together the white chocolate and butter while whisking well to melt completely.
Remove from the heat and whisk in the sugar and cocoa powder.
In a small mixing bowl beat the eggs. Add a little of the chocolate mixture to the eggs, whisking well.
Mix the remainder of the chocolate into the eggs. Add the orange extract, flour and salt, whisking to combine completely.
Divide the mixture evenly into the four ramekins, filling half way. Place 1 teaspoon of cream cheese in the center of each
ramekin and continue filling the ramekins with the chocolate mixture; bake at 400F degrees for about 15 minutes.
Remove the ramekins from the oven and immediately run a knife around the outer edge of each ramekin to help release the cakes.
Place some whipped cream on 4 serving plates and invert the cakes on top. The cream will melt with the heat of the cakes and create sauce.
Allow the ramekins to sit for about 2 minutes and then carefully lift the ramekins straight up and away from the cakes.
Apparently, the Vanilla Molten cake was actually white chocolate. I found one copy-cat (with a video), but there are probably more out there.
There are a few Lemon lava cake recipes out there as well.
Greetings once again from Oregon
The Menu picture on Chili's Website (http://www.chilis.com/EN/Pages/Menu.aspx) looks like they use either #10 or #12 Fluted Brioche Molds in place of ramekins.
The #10 and #12 Fluted Brioche Molds can be found at http://www.culinarycookware.com/baking-molds-and-pastry-molds/brioche-molds.html or
at many other bakeware sites on the internet.
Timm in Oregon