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What are dollar folls? I'd like your recipes for chicken salad sandwiches on dollar rolls.
Jane, Silver Dollar Rolls are like dinner rolls that are small - about the size of a silver dollar. Sorry but I don't have a good chicken salad sandwich recipe but I'll bump this up for someone who does.
I noted the date on this post but it is a good post, informative to many with the same concerns,
Posted by Elise on May 4, 2006
I grew up making quesadillas, the benefit of having a Hispanic mother who is a great cook. "Queso" is cheese in Spanish. And a quesadilla is a toasted tortilla with melted cheese inside. But in addition to cheese, you can put practically anything in a quesadilla. My favorites are mushrooms, olives, tomatoes, and onions. I don't cook these ingredients first, but it really is a matter of taste. You could if you wanted to.
Large flour tortillasGrated cheese - either mild or sharp cheddar, or Monterey JackOlive oil or grapeseed oil
Optional:Sliced mushroomsGreen onionsBlack olives, slicedFresh tomatoes, dicedChicken piecesAvocado
LettuceApple cider vinegarSalt
1 Heat a large cast iron frying pan to medium high heat. Add a small amount of oil (about 1/2 teaspoon) and spread it around the bottom of the pan with a spatula (you could use butter as well). Take one large flour tortilla and place it in the pan. Flip the tortilla over a few times, 10 seconds between flips. Air pockets should begin to form within the tortilla.
2 When pockets of air begin to form, take a handful of grated cheese, sprinkle over the top of the tortilla, making sure that the cheese does not land on the pan itself. Add whatever additional ingredients you choose - green onion, sliced mushrooms, olives, tomatoes, etc. If you would like your quesadilla to be a chicken quesadilla, add some diced cooked chicken. Take care not to layer on the ingredients to thickly - this is a quesadilla, not a quiche.
3 Reduce the heat to low and cover the pan. The cast iron pan should be hot enough by now to have plenty of residual heat to melt the cheese and brown the tortilla. If the quesadilla begins to smoke too much, remove from the heat. After a minute, check to see if the cheese is melted. If not, return the cover and keep checking every minute until the cheese is melted. When the cheese is sufficiently melted, use a spatula to lift up one side of the quesadilla and flip over the other side, as if you were making an omelette. The tortilla should by now be browned slightly. If it is not browned, turn the heat up to high and flip the quesadilla over every 10 seconds or so until it gets browned. Remove from pan and cut into wedges.
To make the lettuce to accompany the quesadilla, thinly slice some iceberg lettuce. Sprinkle some cider vinegar on it and some salt.
Serve with the lettuce, salsa, sour cream, and guacamole.
I've made this 1 & it was popular & easy:
2 lbs. smoked sausage, little smokies or kielbasa
1 cup applesauce
2/3 cup brown sugar
1 small onion, chopped
Cut the sausage into small chunks, combine the other ingredients-pour over sausage pieces,stir & bake at 325 for 40 minutes....serve w/toothpicks. I've done them in the crockpot too. OR:
100 ct. meatballs
32 oz. jar of grape jelly (generic is fine)'
2 jars of Heinz chili sauce (sorry it doesn't say what size)
melt jelly in saucepan or microwave w/chili sauce....pour over meatballs & cook in crockpot on high for 3 hours. Recipe suggest stirring ocassionally....usually I leave the crockpot alone. Probably wouldn't hurt to stir it once.
CharterTyson Honey Barbeque chicken wings are wonderful. I get them at Sam's Club and throw them in the crockpot! Everybody loves them! Charter
Would you mind giving instructions on these in the crock pot? I would've never thought of doing that. Do you cook them in the crock pot, or just use it to keep them warm after cooking?
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