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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, August 21, 1982, Page 11, Image 11

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1S32-TKE t&ZUZA TI"S- KIDS COOKING From THE ( (KRAFT)) KITCHENS , f Italian Fish Fillets -11 , - - -. - Versatile fish fillets are great menu starters for boys and girls who are' learning to cook. Fillets, which are lengthwise slices from the meaty sides of fish, require lifc tie preparation before cooking. They cook quickly ' and they are practically boneless. Fish, regardless of the cut, is highly nutritious. ' It's an excellent source, of protein and also con tains a netful of impor tant minerals, including phosphorus, potassium, -iodine, fluorine, magnesium, and copper. Most fish contribute B vitamins, as well, in cluding niacin, thiamine, and riboflavin. Fish is; low in fat and calories in, comparison to meat, j Many types have fewer than 100 calories per; 4-ounce portion. Best of all, fish is one of the most flavorful foods. ! When , teaching! 'children to cook fish, I remember that fish is tender and is cooked to' develop flavor, not to; tenderize. The. main rule ; of fish cookery, accor-'. ding to the Kraft Kit chens, is to avoid over cooking. Fish is done ; when transluscent flesh : becomes opaque. It should flake or separate easily when tested with a fork. If fish is cooked too long it's apt to become dry and toughen j so easy does, it! : ' j Timing the cooking of ; a fish recipe can be tricky, so children will need an adult "cooking coach" close by to make sure the fish, is not over cooked. For best results , when baking, broiling, v or poaching fish, ! measure fresh or thawed ; fish at its thickest part, then bake 10 to 12 minutes per inch thickness. If the fish is ' frozen, . measure, then cook 20 to 24 minutes per inch thickness. Broiling is a method of cooking fish that children can learn easily. Whether your broiler is gas or electric, beginners will need close supervi sion while learning its use. For easy clean-up, plan ahead. Show children how to line the bottom never the top of the broiler pan' with ' foil. Then, follow these guidelines to help insure t your child's safety and recipe success: Adjust the distance . from the broiler pan to the flame or electric coil before turning on the broiler. Adjust the broiler pan so the top of the pan is 5 to 6 inches from the source of heat when broiling fish, unless the recipe says tp do other- ' wise. Use hot pads or, preferably, . oven mitts when inserting and removing the broiler pan from the oven (small children will need adult assistance with this job). Keep the door of an electric oven broiler ajar while the unit is on; keep the door of a gas oven broiler closed. Prepared in the broiler, Italian Fish Fillets is a Rood first fish ' It's a . breeze to make with just four ingredients and a very short cooking time. The flavor secret is versatile, zesty Kraft . Italian dressing which is brushed on" before broil ing. It adds the combin ed flavors of red bell peppers, garlic, chips of tangy onion, and more. , A sprinkle of grated ! Parmesan cheese and1 bread crumbs adds a finishing flavor and col- or when broiled. '' Ibatowtha Kiwi 4m4 Hum it rHttd lo tdUw avatfaMa ovsmsva pncm m aacn Ar stora. ancapf as pacidcaMy or m at a PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT.. AUG. 21. AT UP IN DURHAM V j J r ; : ITEMS OFFERED FOR SALE NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHER RETAIL DEALERS OR WHOLESALERS 3205 University Dr. 621 Broad St . . . - . i It. USDA INSPECTED FRESH Box-0- Chicken A&P QUALITY HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF WHOLE 81V YOKC Strips 16Lb.To20Lb. Ava.Wt. Avg.Wt. Cut Free Into Bone In New York Strip Steaks l0a u Bone In 4 servings You will need: 1 pound fish fillets (thawed, if frozen !4 cup Kraft Italian dressing 1 tablespoon Kraft grated Parmesan cheese .1 tablespoon dry bread crumbs A&P QUALITY Pork Sausage AP QUAUTV HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF A" QUALITY HEAVY WESTERN ORAM FED BEET 3-lbs. or more 1178 lb. u Boneln 8 lb. U BLUE RIDGE 49 1-lb. I Takeout: broiler pan glass measuring cup measuring spoons - pastry brush custard cup or small bowl teaspoon 1. Turn on broiler. Arrange fish fillets on broiler with half of the dressing. 2. Broil 5 minutes. 3. Remove broiler pan from oveny .Brush fish' with remaining dressing. m . , Combine cheese' and bread crumbs in custard cup. Sprinkle evenly over fish. Continue broiling until lightly browned. Cheddar-Topped Fillets is an easy baked recipe which boys and girls can prepare with fresh, thawed, or in:. dividually frozen fislt fillets even while they are still frozen. However, when the fish you have purchased is frozen in I -pound blocks, it's best to thaw it for this recipe. To do this, place wrapped fish in the refrigerator over night, or thaw under cold, running water. In Cheddar-Topped Fillets, fish fillets are topped with a kid pleasing combination of Kraft shredded sharp natural cheddar cheese (a convenient 4-ounce package is just the right amount), chopped mushrooms, and parsley. Because the mushrooms are chop ped,it's thriftier to pur chase mushroom stems and pieces, which are less expensive than whole or sliced mushrooms. Boys and girls will have an easy time "chopping" parsley if they snip it with kitchen shears. CAUFORNtAXRISP SOLID ICEBERG Lettuce large heads I iJsVJ u You will need: 2 pounds fish fillets (fresh, thawed, or individual ly frozen) Cheddar-Topped Fillets ' 6 servings 2 tablespoons Parkay margarine I tablespoon lemon juice Pepper I 4-ounce package Kraft shredded sharp natural cheddar cheese CALIFORNIA THOMPSON GREEN Seedless Grapes 70 ib. u OrRadCardlnala Black Exotic 1 4-ounce can mushrooms, drained and chopped 2 tablespoons chopped parsley RED RIPE SALAD SIZE lomatoss 7v . : ZBOZ. I KJ U itfjr pack; r -- Peach Melba Pancake Puff A Great Bih Treat: Pancake Puff: - Vi cup water V cup butter or margarine Vt cup Aunt Jemima Original Pancake & Waffle Mix 2 eggs Filling: 4 cups fresh or canned peach slices, drained 1 qt. vanilla ice crearn V cup raspberry preserves, " slightly melted , Groce- Pepsi-Cola 49 Cnuifif. ' ANN PAGE FROZEN jaw ii i ho ctn. of 8 16-oz. rt. bottls 1 plu deposit PiZZiS Papparoni sauaaga Chaaaa For pancake puff: Heat oven to 400 F. Generously grease a 9-inch glass pie plate. In medium saucepan, bring water and butter to a boil. Add pancake mix, stjxring vigorously until mixture leaves sides of pan and forms a ball. Remove from heat; add eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition. Spread evenly onto bottom and sides of prepared pie plate. Bake IS minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 300. Continue baking about 10 minutes or until golden brown. Cool. " For filling: Spoon peach slices into pancake puff. Mound or scoop ice cream over peaches; drizzle with preserves. Cut into wedges; serve immediately. Makes 6 to 8 servings. NOTE: Pancake Puff may be prepared up to 24 hours in advance. Store loosely covered at room temperature. Tift, r VKtWTW - m -v. . -m : . -aaaa. .4 . ' .3 4? I ! CCD A&P CHILLED Gunge Juice MM V4 gallonj) Jjri I ' carton ALL NATURAL eyer s 'o Ice Cream VgaL carton g29 SUPER SAVER COUPON REGULAR, I 9' I, ELECTRIC PERK, AUTOMATIC DRIP I Maxivell House Coffee lib. bag l "(.'.,-. a te. ' I 'J UMIT 0NE mXH COUPON AND 7.50 ORDER vaam uwu mnuwi, wu.n at MP M DURHAM . 604 J f ANN PAGE SUPER SAVER COUPON Peach Melba Pancake Puff is a sundae-in-a-shell. H'x a ureal big dazzling dessert, whicn lamil and friends will love. . .and love you for making! Peach Melba Pancake Puff ! Pure Vegetable .t.'i .T ' umtt one wrrM coupon and 7.50 order Smdd GOOD THRU SAT, AUa 21 AT MP IN DURHAM Shortening lb. I can LJ 665 I That classic combina tion of raspberries and peaches, peach melba, is the topping for this gigantic sundae-in-a-shell called Peach Melba , Pancake Puff. How do you begin to make this dazzling dessert? ; You prepare the pan-( cake puff, a task which is made easy when you , count on Aunt Jemima Original Pancake &' Waffle Mix (a product which already contains flour, leavening and salt). To make a pancake . puff, all you do is boil ; water and butter in a i saucepan, add the mix, and stir until the mixture leaves the sides of the pan. Then you stir in the i eggs, one at a time, 1 beating well after each addition. Spread the mixture over the bottom and sides of a greased glass pie plate, and bake. : Remember that the bat-; ter used is similar .to a cream puff batter. The ' oven door should not be , opened during baking, ' or the puff may fall. i To serve, mound or j scoop vanilla ice cream into the cooled puff, and top wfth peach slices and 1 raspberry preserves. (Of J course, the puff can also ; '. hold banana splits and ' hot fudge sundaes or an ice cream concoction you .' can dream up!) In short, , Peach Melba Pancake Puff is a great big treat which family and friends ' will love... and love you for making! . . ilp SUPER SAVER COUPON 1 I white, yellow; blue n I I'JIiite Cloud Q I IUJ , I U n U J I r'""N yONE WITH COUPON ANO 7.50 ORDER P" ' GOOD THRU SAT, AUa M AT AAP IN pUBHAM 688

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