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8 o Tna Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 17,1973 i.!:!i:::::i:::i:i:i:i:i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::.%.:.:i.i:::::::::$::::::::::::::::::::::.::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:.:::. CALORIE CORNER ::&:! l00ectp oft/, Week i:.'$:i 00iii e e e For As time and budgets become more precious, mea.b can pose a real challenge to the imagination. It's no secret that the French have a way with food, and you might take your cue from them as you turn a thonghtful eye to the ever - popular chicken -- versatile, nutritious and low budget. A meal becom an occasion with Baked Chicken Breasts Divan, a delectable entree in the true French manner -- made the "shortcut" way. The trick is in the tender, juicy chicken breasts, coated with Shake 'n Bake Seasoned Coating Mix and baked to golden brown crispness. While the baking does the work, you can prepare the rich, creamy Mornsy - type sauce. TranMer the chicken pieces, vegetable and sauce to a single beat - prod platter and brown it lightly under the broiler. Bring it from the broiler to the table for a rare taste treat! BAKED cmCKEN BREASTS DIVAN 1 envelope seasoned coating mix for chicken -- original or mild flavor Mrs. Jack Ganglum THIS WEEK these "IMI? TRUTS Try One Scrumpdillyishus demmxts at a tempting low Family Night piicel The only limit on this offer is your appetite. Feast your family this evening. Your choice o! Banana Split, Hot Of= Fudge Brownie Delight, Sundae uprerne, Parfait or Fiesta 'LffT ALL C TO DMIY QUEN* Sidney Dairy Queen South Centrol . U.$, PM. Off, Am. O. O Corp, e 1973 Am, O. Q. Carp. For the cold weather setting in, Mrs. Jack (Sharon) Gaughan has a delicious chili recipe for  week, Sharon's husband, Jack, is a member of the Montana High- way Patrol. They are the parents of four children, Sandy 8, Cindy 7, Sberri 5 and Mark 3 monism. The Gaughan's are members of St. Matthew's Catholic Church. Sharon enjoys playing pinochle, sewing and crocheting in her spare time. Here is her chill recipe: CHILI I large green pepper I large onion 3 Ibe. hamburger 1 large can tomatoes 4 or 5 ca chili beans 4 bay leaves 6 cloves 3 tablespoom chili powder 1,4 re,pooh cayenne Salt and pepper Brown onion, green pepper and hamburger in two Frosty Pumpkin Pie Bound To Get Warm Welcome When the frost is on the  pumpkin, it's time to put a fres-ty pumpkin pie on the table for a special deaert treat. To provide this chilly heart- warmer, canned or cooked pumpkin is combined with vanilla ice cream, molasses, sugar and spice, topped with peca and frozen in a flaky pastry crust. Choose lard for a tender and delectable pie crust, advises Robs Siaggl, home economist of the National Livestock and Meat Board. R produced prize. winning pies in grandmother's time, and It stUl can be comtad on for a superior crust today. FROffI PUMPKIN PIE I cup canned  cooked and sieved pump  cup sugar 2 tablespoons molasses toaspaen salt tablespoons oil. Add seasonings  teaspoon ginger and tomatoes. Simmer for  teaspoon cinnamon about 1G - 25 minutes. Then add 1 quart vanilla ice cream to chili beam. " one - third cup chopped Cook slowly 3 to 4 hours, pecans After chili has been cooked 1 baked 94rich pie shell and cooled, it can be pat into Combine the pampkin, sugar, containers and froz for use at molmes, salt, ginger and a later date. cinnamon, soften the ice crsam and fold into pamp] mixture, Don't put off getting that new home any longer... CAPP ,.,...,e..:=On. o, Capp Home models this Fall. Our Fall HOM HAS MORTGAGE MON00" ,NOW! Money is tight, but not at Capp Homes. As one of the largest homebuilders in America, we have our own mortgage funds at competitive rates. 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BAKF, D PIE 811EI, L 1 cup sifted flour  toaspoon sir one - third cup lard 2 to 3 tablespooas cold water Combine the four and salt. Cut in lard until crumbs are size of small peas. Add water, a little at a time, mixing quickly and evenly with a fork until dough Just holds in a baH. Roll to about  Inch thicknoss. IAno a 9. inch pie pan. Crimp the edges and prick with a fork. flake in hot oven ( degrom F.) for i to 15 minutes. $omstlmel Farm & Garden w- ock can tt-ome a e'pdn In fl Back," or "Trac/m" Sack/' or. "Ptnle Bed Sack." Eier name dm,rlbes the pain which iS ommm to these Ictlvitim. WNtt may often appear to be nothg mere men an Khln 14k, stiff neck or muscle kink, rmult trom I siippll vwtebra, in the SDtn.! Column. This could bee wernq that you need I meal saminetton. S@e your doctor 04 chlroprKtic. winist Chircctic office flat. $7141Sl NIl I111 tilt I1 l-)p.m, ii i ii i u l / . Recipes . Features Budget Pocketboo 3 whole chicken breasts, boned and split V, cup butter /, cup all parpese flonr 2 cups chicken broth cup cream, whipped 3 tablespoons dry sherry wine Salt Pepper 2 packages (I0 ounces each) 5 - minute cook frozen broccoli spears, or deluxe baby broccoli spears V, cup grated Parmesan or Swiss cheese Empty seasoned conting mix into the plastic shaker bag. Moisten the chicken breasts with water. Shake off the ex- cess lkluid. Shake 2 or 3 chicken breasts at a time in the bag until evenly coated. Arrange the chicken in a single layer on an ungreaSed baking sheet. Bake at 400 derees for 40 minutes or until tender. Melt butter in a saucepan. Blend in flour. Remove hem the beat and slowly stir in the chicken broth. Cook and over low heat until the mixture thickens. Fold in the whipped cream and wine; mon with salt and pepper to taste. Prepare broccoli as directed on the package. Arrange cooked broccoli on an oven - prod platter and pour half of the sauce over it. Top with the baked chicken breasts. Add half of the grated cheese to the remaining sauce and po, r over the chicken. Sprinkle the remaining grated cheese on top. Broil until the sauce bubbles and is lightly browned. Makes 6 servi,s. CHICKEN KIEV 4 chicken breasts, split /. pound bard butter 1 tablespoon minced parsley I teaspoon minced chives or scalllons I teaspoon lemon juice 1 egg 1 tablespoon water I envelope seasoned coating mix for chicken -- original or mild flavor Remove the skin, bone and cartilage from the chicken. Place between sheets of wax paper and pound until the meat is very thin -- about % inch thick, taking care not to make any holes in the meat. Cut hard butter into 8 finger shapes; place one on each piece of meat near the end. Sprinkle with parsley, chives and lemon juice. Roll up each piece, folding the ends in so that the butter is completely enclosed. Secure with wooden picks or skewers. Beat egg slightly with water. Dip meat rolls, one at a time, into the egg mixture, then coat with seasoned coating mix as directed on the package. Place on ungrsaeed shallow pan, sealed side up. Bake at 50 degrees for about 20 minutes or until well browned. Drain on absorbent paper. Makes 4 servings. QUICK 'N EASY BAKED CHICKEN VARIATIONS Chicken is good -- chicken is versatile-- and easy to prepare i Tbe children of Mr, and Mrs. Ole Jensen of Richey are honoring their parents on the occasion of thek 30th wedding annlsary on Saturday evening, October 20 AN OPEN HOUSE will be held in the basement of the Travelers Inn in Circle. The reception will begin at 8 p.m. and be followed by a dance featuring old time waltzes and polkas played by the Red- water Ranchers They would like to invite all friends and relatives to share in this celebration. i m i Ul with seasoned coating mix for chicken -- original flavor. So take the doldnmm out of menu planning with any of the following versions of baked chicken. Simply follow the directions on the package and try the variation of your cho/ce for an exciting change - of - pace: Garlic Cldcken --Add 2 teaspoons garlic powder to the bag of seasoned coating mix and substitute lemon Juice for the water. Tarragon Cldcken- Add teaspoon crumbled tarragon to the bag of seasoned coating mix and substitute W cup dry sherry wine or lemon Juice for the water. Mustard stitute a tablespoons mustard and . the water. Chill ChiekeS bag of and /, sauce to the to2 to the bag of for the water. Horseradish Substitute a mixture of 2 lemon juice pepper sauce f0r The most extensive... expressive .... exhilarating... exotic rhythms in music. ALL ON... TM Automatic... fingertip controlled... Only from Conn Organ Learning to play organ ain't what it use d Not with Conn's FREE Home Organ Course, one - finger, do - re - me exercises for weeks on Playing ear- pleasing, ego- satisfying music And you'n buinifyou follow  corm Course. 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