Good morning all. Hope you had a great long weekend with family and friends.
This morning I am going to ramble a bit in between doing laundry and filling up the dehydrator racks!
I thought I'd share the recipe for the sandwich spread I made this weekend. That stuff runs about $4 a pound at the deli's around here. I made it much cheaper - of course I got my bologna cheap. You can make this with any cheaper lunchmeat.
1 lb. bologna or lunchmeat of choice
1/4 C relish
1/2 C mayonnaise (can add more to taste)
Grind up your lunchmeat (I used the Ninja) and then mix in relish and mayo. Easy peasy!
I made jalapenos poppers this week too. I posted in Sunday's comments how I did them - but in case you didn't read the comments - here we go!
I made approximately 2 lbs. of peppers worth.
1 - 8 oz. package cream cheese (softened)
2-3 big dollops of sour cream
seasoning (I used garlic)
I added a couple tablespoons shredded cheese (your fav flavor)
I cut the ends off the larger peppers and cut the membranes and seeds out. Filled with cheese stuffing. I cut some in half and added the filling. I then rolled in egg wash and coated with flour/Panko mix. Baked at 400* for approx. 25 minutes.
I did several and placed on a cookie sheet in the freezer and froze, then bagged for future dinners.
AS YOU CAN SEE - NO SPECIFIC RECIPE - I JUST KIND OF WING IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My filling was sort of derived from the zucchini boat recipe.
I started doing a little bit of fall decorating yesterday as well. My decorations are pretty generic for fall, so I can usually leave most out till Thanksgiving. I will put a few odds and ends out for Halloween a little later.
What are you doing to start your week?
Inquiring minds want to know!!!!!