This past weekend was such a fun time! My husband chris and i went up to long beach to visit some good friends that we haven’t seen in awhile and miss very much! While there we had breakfast at my friend Patti’s house on saturday morning.. What a treat!! Patti traditionally makes this dish on Christmas morning family and friends. I wanted to share it with you all….it really is wonderful!!
CHILI CHEESE EGG PUFF
1/2 CUP FLOUR
1 TEASPOON BAKING POWDER
10 OUNCES COTTAGE CHEESE
1 Lb. SHREDDED JACK or CHEDDAR or 4 CHEESE
1/2 CUP BUTTER
1-2 SMALL CANS ORTEGA CH”OPPED CHILIS
Mix eggs/flour/baking powder, etc. CHili’s last.
Mix and pour into buttered 9×13 buttered baking dish. Bake at 350 * for 35 minutes.
This recipe is from my Aunt June Contini….She has had this recipe since 1973, it is her mom’s recipe and it is pretty basic, or so I have been told. Now truth be told, I haven’t tried it yet,,,but it is one of my husbands favorites, so I will make them very soon! Just needed to share this recipe with you all, so here it goes!
Grandma Nichols Sliced toast Cookies/Biscotti
2 Cups Sugar
1 Cup Butter
1/4 cup anise seed
2 tsp. vanilla
1/4 tsp. anise flavor
2 TBLS water
5 1/2 cups flour
1 TBLS baking powder
Mix in bowl- cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour
spread in 13 x 9 pan
Bake at 375* for 20 minutes or until lightly brown
cool …..then slice…..
Bake again until looks lightly browned, makes ALOT
The dough will be thick,
So this recipe comes from my Aunt June…..Thank you !!!
This is how her mom Grandma Penny made it and I am pleased that Aunt June shared this recipe with me. Like I said before, my husband Chris does love these cookies, so for sure they will be in my oven sometime very soon!!