Delicious Dishes 10.4.11 Comfort the Soul

I love to experiment in the kitchen, turning old recipes into something new can be a rewarding experience. Here’s a different way to serve nachos from Mrs. Happy Homemaker, these Apple Nachos are sure to be a hit with the kids at your next party…

But there is something to be said for an old favorite that is warm and comfortable to the soul. These Bombay Sloppy Joes from Passionate Perseverance fit the bill…

What are you experimenting on in the kitchen? What food comforts your soul?

Don’t miss out on the fun we will be having on the hayride this Friday, I expect everyone to bring their best dishes!



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4 Responses to “Delicious Dishes 10.4.11 Comfort the Soul”

  1. judith says:

    This is my favorit:

    1 double pie crust
    5 to 6 cups apples, peeled and thinly sliced
    1/2 to 3/4 cup sugar (to your taste and depends on the sweetness of the apples)
    3 tablespoons flour
    1 teaspoon cinnamon
    dash salt
    2 tablespoons cold butter

    Preheat the oven to 425ºF.

    Lay 1/2 the pastry, rolled out to about 1/8″ thickness, in the bottom of the pie pan and press it in gently to lay flat in the pan. Leave the excess crust hanging over the edges for now.

    Place peeled, sliced apples in a bowl. Mix together the sugar, flour, salt and cinnamon. Pour over sliced apples and mix. Fill the pie pan with the apples and pat down with a spoon. Dot the filling with pieces of butter.

    Moisten the lip of the pie pan with water. Place the top layer of rolled out crust over the filling, making sure crust reaches outer edges of the pie pan all around. Seal the edge and flute all around (see notes below for how to flute a pie edge).

    Take a fork and prick the pie top in several places to create vents for steam to escape. Bake for 50 minutes, until pastry is golden and the filling is bubbling through the vents.

    Let cool a bit before cutting to allow the filling to settle.
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  3. Tanya says:

    ok, so I am really going to have to try and make those Sloppy Joes! Those look super yummy. Thanks for the ideas.
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  4. shahar says:

    I love also experimenting in my kitchen – but I always burn the results
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