One of America’s Favorites – Pork Tenderloin Sandwich

November 26, 2018 at 6:02 AM | Posted in One of America's Favorites | Leave a comment
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Pork tenderloin sandwich (large)

The pork tenderloin sandwich contains a breaded and fried cutlet similar to the Wiener Schnitzel and is popular in the Midwest region of the United States, especially in the state of Indiana. The sandwich can first be traced back to the Nick’s Kitchen restaurant in Huntington, Indiana (near Fort Wayne).

The primary differences between a Pork Tenderloin sandwich and a Wiener Schnitzel are that the Pork Tenderloin sandwich is made exclusively using pork loin and it is deep fried instead of pan fried. The Pork Tenderloin sandwich is also usually served on a bun. There is a grilled variant of the Pork Tenderloin that omits the breading and grills the tenderloin instead of deep frying it.

A Pork Tenderloin sandwich is traditionally prepared from a thinly sliced piece of pork tenderloin, hammered thin with a meat mallet. The meat is then dipped in flour, eggs and breadcrumbs or crushed saltine crackers before being deep fried in oil. After cooking, the prepared Pork Tenderloin is then served on a hamburger bun, with the meat overlapping the bun considerably. The sandwich can be served with condiments such as mustard, lettuce, onions, pickles, and mayonnaise.

The sandwich is usually served with a side of french fries, though onion rings are often provided instead.

The primary variant of the prepared pork tenderloin is a grilled prepared pork tenderloin. This is a healthier variation as the pork is grilled instead of fried. The meat is seasoned or marinated and then placed on a grill. After cooking, the meat is placed on a hamburger bun and topped with condiments.

 

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Salmon Patties w/ Velveeta Whole Grain Rotini and Cheese

February 26, 2016 at 5:52 PM | Posted in salmon, Velveeta/Kraft Dinners | Leave a comment
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Today’s Menu: Salmon Patties w/ Velveeta Whole Grain Rotini and Cheese

 

 

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For Breakfast I had a bowl Kashi Grain Puffs Cereal. really enjoy those, even as a snack. Went out to get the paper this morning and it was around 34 degrees about a 1/2 hour later it had dropped to 31 degrees and it started snowing. It came down hard fora short time and it covered the grass areas but that was about it. They say in the 50’s and 60’s this weekend, hope they are right! Cleaned the house up some and then Dad started his at home therapy treatments today, which he needs. Not too much going on today. For dinner tonight it’s Salmon Patties w/ Velveeta Whole Grain Rotini and Cheese.

 

 

I’m using a can of Kroger Brand Pink Salmon, Egg Beater’s (1/4 cup), a couple of shakes of Frank’s Hot Sauce, Salmon Patties Golden BrownDried Parsley, and Kroger Low Fat Saltine Crackers. To make the Salmon Patties I used Kroger Low Fat Saltine Crackers, 10 Crackers. By using these Crackers instead of a regular Saltine Cracker, such as Zesta Saltine Crackers, I saved a total of 20 calories and 2 full grams of fat. Make cuts where you can, it all adds up! In a large bowl I mixed all the ingredients until it well mixed and thickened up. Made the mixture into patties and pan fried them in Extra Virgin Olive Oil on medium heat. Fried until cooked through and golden brown on both sides. I’m starting to have to have these more often, they came out golden brown and delicious!

 
For the Pasta I used Velveeta Whole Grain Rotini and Cheese. I don’t use a lot of Mac and Cheese due to the calories and carbs but the Velveeta Whole Grain Rotini and Cheese isn’t too bad, plus every now and then doesn’t hurt. To prepare it; Boil 6 cups water. Stir in shell pasta. Cook 8-10 min., Stirring occasionally. Drain pasta, don’t rinse. Return it to pan. Add cheese sauce; stir. And you have some creamy and cheesy Mac and Cheese! It’s just a flat out Pasta and Cheese Comfort Food Heaven! Excellent tasting Rotini Pasta and with the Cheese, perfect. For dessert later a Healthy Choice Dark Fudge Swirl Frozen Greek Yogurt.

 

 

 

 

Velveeta Whole Grain Rotini and Cheese

Velveeta Shells and Cheese
* It’s the creamiest
* Whole grain rotini pastaVelveeta Whole Grain Rotini and Cheese
* Great source of calcium
* A side dish your family will love
It’s the creamiest, creamy cheese sauce and shell pasta. Only Velveeta Whole Grain Rotini & Cheese Dinner has the rich, creamy cheese sauce that makes your everyday meals special. This product can be part of a wholesome meal and it is an excellent source of calcium and protein, and a good source of iron. Serve up the best side of dinner your family will love in Velveeta Whole Grain Rotini and Cheese Dinner. Made with the smooth, creamy Velveeta cheese sauce and 50% whole grain pasta, it’s the perfect match for any meal.
Directions
Make it tonight! Boil 6 cups water. Stir in shell pasta. Cook 8-10 min., Stirring occasionally. Note: don’t overcook pasta. Drain pasta, don’t rinse. Return it to pan. Add cheese sauce; stir. Makes about 3 servings.
Ingredients
Enriched Pasta Product (Whole Durum Wheat Flour, Durum Wheat Semolina Flour, Niacin, Ferrous Sulfate [Iron], Thiamin Mononitrate [Vitamin B1], Riboflavin [Vitamin B2], Folic Acid); Cheese Sauce (Milk, Whey, Water, Canola Oil, Milk Protein Concentrate, Sodium Phosphate, Salt, Contains Less Than 2% of Sodium Alginate, Lactic Acid, Oleoresin Paprika [Color], Natural Flavor, Cheese Culture, Enzymes, Annatto [Color], Sorbic Acid As A Preservative). Contains: Wheat, Milk.

One of America’s Favorites – Crackers

April 13, 2015 at 5:29 AM | Posted in One of America's Favorites | Leave a comment
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Water biscuit crackers

Water biscuit crackers

A cracker is a baked good typically made from a grain and flour, dough and usually manufactured in large quantities. Crackers are basically a smaller version of bread. Crackers are usually flat, crisp, small in size (usually 3 inches or less in diameter) and made in various shapes, commonly round or square. Flavorings or seasonings, such as salt, herbs, seeds, and/or cheese, may be added to the dough or sprinkled on top before baking. Crackers are often branded as a nutritious and convenient way to consume a staple food or cereal grain.

Crackers are eaten on their own or can accompany other food items, such as cheese or meat slices; dips; or soft spreads such as jam, butter, or peanut butter. Bland or mild crackers are sometimes used as a palate cleanser in food product testing or flavor testing, between samples. A precedent for the modern cracker can be found in nautical ship biscuits, military hardtack, and sacramental bread.

Ancestors of the cracker can be found in ancient flatbreads, such as lavash, pita, matzo, flatbrød, and crisp bread. Asian analogues include papadum and senbei.

 

 

Saltine Crackers

Saltine Crackers

 

The holes in crackers are called “docking” holes. The holes are placed in the dough to stop overly large air pockets from forming in the cracker while baking. Crackers come in many shapes and sizes – round, square, triangular, etc.

In American English, the name “cracker” is most often applied to flat biscuits with a savory, salty flavor, in distinction from a “cookie”, which may be similar to a “cracker” in appearance and texture, but has a sweet flavor. Crackers may be further distinguished from cookies by the manner in which they are made. Crackers are made merely by layering dough and cookies may be made in many of the same manners a cake would be prepared. Crackers sometimes have cheese or spices as ingredients, or even chicken stock. Crackers are typically salted flour products.

Brands including Bremner Wafers, Captain’s Wafers, Club Crackers, Town House crackers, Graham crackers, Ritz Crackers, Cream crackers and water biscuits are sometimes spread with cheese, pâté, or mousse.

Saltine and oyster crackers are often used in or served with soup.

Mock apple pie is made from Ritz (or similar) crackers.

Graham crackers and digestive biscuits are also eaten as cookies, although they were both invented for their supposed health benefits.

 

Salmon Patties w/ Mac & Cheese and Sour Dough Mini Boule

December 18, 2014 at 6:02 PM | Posted in fish, salmon, Stouffer's | Leave a comment
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Today’s Menu: Salmon Patties w/ Mac & Cheese and Sour Dough Mini Boule

 

 

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Another cold morning and afternoon around here, 26 degrees with a slight wind chill. Ran a couple of errands for Mom and then stopped by a couple of friends house, Wishing them a Merry Christmas. Back home and did a few odds and ends jobs around the house. For dinner tonight nothing but comfort food, Salmon Patties w/ Mac & Cheese and Sour Dough Mini Boule.

 

 

To make the Salmon Patties I used Kroger Low Fat Saltine Crackers, 10 Crackers. By using these Crackers instead of a regular Saltine Cracker, such as Zesta Saltine Crackers, I saved a total of 20 calories and 2 full grams of fat. Make cuts where you can, it all adds up.

Ready for the skillet!

Ready for the skillet!

I had made some Salmon Patties a couple of weeks of ago, and they were so good I’m having them again. I’m using a can of Kroger Brand Pink Salmon, Egg Beater’s, a couple of shakes of Frank’s Hot Sauce, Dried Parsley, and Kroger Low Fat Saltine Crackers. In a large bowl I mixed all the ingredients until it well mixed and thickened up. Made the mixture into patties and pan fried them in Extra Virgin Olive Oil on medium heat. Fried until cooked through and golden brown on both sides. I’m going to have to have these more often, they came out golden brown and delicious!

 

Golden Brown

Golden Brown

For one side I heated up a Stouffer’s Classic Mac & Cheese Mac Cup. Frozen individual Mac Cups, just microwave and serve. Finally a great tasting Mac and Cheese in a single serving cup! Tastes great, excellent Cheesy Mac. Then I baked the rest of the Sour Dough Bread Mini Boule leftover from last night’s dinner. For dessert later a Jello Sugar Free Dark Chocolate Pudding.

 

 

 

 

Stouffers Mac Cup

Stouffer’s Classic Mac & Cheese Mac Cups

Freshly made pasta with 100% real cheddar cheese sauce

Stouffer’s Classic Mac & Cheese Mac Cups are just the right size of delicious Stouffer’s Mac & Cheese.

Stouffer’s Classic Mac & Cheese Mac Cups:
* 100% real cheddar cheese
* No preservatives
* Stouffer’s in a cup

 

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