12 oz. Macaroni (staight or elbow) 1 Lge. onion (finely chopped) 14 oz. Cheddar cheese (grated) 2 tblsp. Margarine 4 tblsp. ketchup 1 Sweet pepper (finely chopped) Bread crumbs Mixed vegetables, pepper sauce, chopped bacon or ham are optional
Cook macaroni as per package instructions. In a deep pan, cook the onion and pepper in margarine for a few minutes. Add the macaroni and most of the cheese and heat till cheese is melted and mixed well. Stir in optional ingredients and ketchup. Pour into baking dish, cover with remaining cheese and top with bread crumbs. Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
'Cool as a Cucumber'Soup
2 long cucumbers 1 lge. onion (chopped) 3 cups Chicken broth 3 tsp. flour 4 oz. plain yogurt 1 cup milk 2 Chives (chopped) Salt & Pepper
Peel and chop cucumbers. Add cucumber and onion to stock and simmer for about 15 - 20 minutes. Let cool and blend till smooth. Strain mixture and return to pot. Add salt and pepper to taste. Do not boil - simmer until thickened slightly. Stir in milk and yogurt and chill. Serve sprinkled with chives.
PartyJoe's Bajan Bloody Caesar
PartyJoe has learned that Tabasco sauce in not available at all stores, but Bajan pepper sauce is everywhere. We developed the following recipe out of desperation for a breakfast Caesar without all the required ingredients.
In a 8 - 10 oz. glass pour 1 - 2 oz. Vodka over ice. Top up with Clamato juice (the regular is available at most stores but the extra spicy is not very easy to find). Shake your bottle of Bajan pepper sauce well and add 1/4 - 3/4 tsp. to spice it up.Enjoy!
4 Cups of cooked diced Chicken 1 Cup chopped Celery 1/2 Cup French Dressing 1/2 Cup Salad Dressing 1 Cup chopped Yellow Pepper 1/2 Cup Chicken Broth 1/4 Cup chopped Onion Sea salt and pepper to taste Lettuce
Mix together Broth, dressings and seasonings. Pour over remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly. Chill in refrigerator for a few hours. Serve on a bed of lettuce or use in sandwiches.
2 Cups sifted Corn Meal 12 Okras Salt to taste 2 tbl. spoons butter 6 Cups Water
Remove Okra stems and slice into thick slices. In a medium sauce pan boil Okras in 3 cups of water and salt (optional) for 10 minutes. In a mixing bowl add 3 cups of water to the Corn Meal and mix well. Remove Okras from heat and stir in the Corn Meal mixture. Return to stove and cook over medium heat, stirring well. When mixture is smooth and stiff and easily separates from the bottom of the sauce pan the Cou - Cou is done. Put onto a plate and coat with butter. Serve with Flying Fish.
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