November 24, 2021
I hope we have a chance to deep fry a turkey this year..my
new favorite most juiciest way to do turkey. If you're
doing the turkey I would suggest getting one now if you
have extra room in your so you have your pick and a
good price. Take some tips from today's Corner with you.
Today's SWEET POTATO SOUFFLE recipe takes a traditional
flavor and adds a newer presentation and you don't have
to tip-toe around while this souffle is in the oven.
None of my recipes are too too advanced so almost anyone
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hope you will continue to enjoy! HAPPY THANKSGIVING
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SWEET POTATO SOUFFLE CASSEROLE
3 cups cooked whole sweet potatoes
1 cups sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 stick margarine
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup flour
1 cup chopped pecans
1/3 stick margarine
Peel potatoes, slice and cook in water until tender. Beat
with electric mixer until smooth. Add margarine, sugar, salt,
eggs, milk and vanilla. Mix well (it looks thin). Pour into
a greased casserole dish and bake at 400 degrees for 35 minutes
or until it looks firm. Mix topping ingredients and cover top
of potatoes. Bake 10 minutes or until brown.
WE'RE TALKIN' TURKEY TIPS:
You should only buy a fresh turkey if you do your shopping
within 1 or 2 days of when you plan to serve it. Otherwise
a frozen bird is the way to go. If you have room to store it,
plan on shopping for that frozen turkey well in advance. At
the market, look for one that is solidly frozen.
Many frozen turkeys are now available pre-basted, and some
are pre-stuffed. By reading the label carefully, you can be
sure of getting exactly what you want.
A whole frozen turkey - prestuffed or unstuffed - can be
stored in your home freezer at 0 degrees Fahrenheit or below
for up to one year without appreciable loss of quality. Keep
a prestuffed turkey in the freezer until you are ready to
cook it. It should NOT be thawed, because bacteria can develop
in the stuffing while the turkey thaws. Frozen whole turkeys
do not need to be prewrapped for freezer storage unless the
packaging has been opened or is punctured or torn.