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NUTS ABOUT CHICKEN? ADD THIS TO THE FILE

August 26, 1998

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Back-to-school time turned into a windfall for Bethany Lynn Ruhl, 11.

Bethany, who lives in Tonganoxie, sent the Journal-World her family's recipe for Chicken Breasts Almondine and won $20.

Do you have a recipe you think is extra special? The Journal-World wants to know what it is.

Send us your favorite recipe. It can be a main dish, leftover, salad, side dish, dessert, you name it! One winner will be chosen each week and the person submitting the winning recipe will receive $20. The winning recipe will be published in Wednesday's Food section. Runners-up to the weekly winner also will be chosen. No money will be awarded but their recipes also will be published in the Food section.

To enter, simply send us your recipe. Check your recipe carefully to be sure all ingredients and directions are accurate and accounted for. Mail it, along with your name, address and daytime phone number, to the Journal-World.

Send to:

Recipes from Readers

609 N.H.

P.O. Box 888

Lawrence KS 66044-0888

Chicken Breasts Almondine

l time turned into a windfall for Bethany Lynn Ruhl, 11.

Bethany, who lives in Tonganoxie, sent the Journal-World her family's recipe for Chicken Breasts Almondine and won $20.

Do you have a recipe you think is extra special? The Journal-World wants to know what it is.

Send us your favorite recipe. It can be a main dish, leftover, salad, side dish, dessert, you name it! One winner will be chosen each week and the person submitting the winning recipe will receive $20. The winning recipe will be published in Wednesday's Food section. Runners-up to the weekly winner also will be chosen. No money will be awarded but their recipes also will be published in the Food section.

To enter, simply send us your recipe. Check your recipe carefully to be sure all ingredients and directup flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

1 egg

1/2 cup water

1 cup sugar

Mix cherries and sugar, set aside. Mix flour, baking powder, egg water and Readers

609 N.H.

P.O. Box 888

Lawrence KS 66044-0888

Chicken Breasts Almondine

l time turned into a windfall for Bethany Lynn Ruhl, 11.

Bethany, who lives in Tonganoxie, sent the Journal-World her family's recipe for Chicken Breasts Almondine and won $20.

Do you have a recipe you think is extra special? The Journal-World wants to know what it is.

Send us your favorite recipe. It can be a main dish, leftover, salad, side dish, dessert, you name it! One winner will be chosen each week and the person submitting the winning recipe will receive $20. The winning recipe will be published in Wednesday's Food section. Runners-up to the weekly winner also will be chosen. No money will be awarded but their recipes also will be published in the Food section.

To enter, simply send us your recipe. Check your recipe carefully to be sure all ingredients and directge until tender, yet firm. Drain and toss lightly but thoroughly with hot dressing, onion and celery. Garnish with parsley and radish slices. Serve hot. Serves six.

-- Recipe from Dot Smith, Lawrence.

Mandarin Orange Cake

CAKE

1 box yellow butter cake mix

1 can mandarin oranges (do not drain)

4 eggs

1/2 cup oil

1 box instant vanilla pudding

Mix together until orange pieces are broken. Bake according to cake mix directions. Cool.

Icing

1 large can crushed pineapple (do not drain)

1 box instant vanilla pudding

1 large carton frozen whipped topping, thawed

For the cake: Mix together cake ingredients until orange sections are broken. Bake according to cake mix directions. Cool.

For the icing: Mix together and pour on cooled cake.

-- Recipe from Mary Higgins, Lawrence.

Snickers Salad

1 12-ounce carton frozen whipped topping, thawed

1 large box vanilla or french vanilla instant pudding

8 Delicious or Jonathan apples

5 regular-size Snickers candy bars

Mix whipped topping and dry instant pudding together. Set aside. Cut apples and Snickers candy into small bits and mix together. Then add whipped topping mixture to apple mixture. Put into salad bowl. Chill until ready to eat. Serves six-eight.

-- Recipe from DeVonna Oehlert, Lawrence.

Microwave Lemon Pie

mandarin oranges (do not drain)

4 eggs

1/2 cup oil

1 box instant vanilla pudding

Mix together until orange pieces are broken. Bake according to cake mix directions. Cool.

Icing

1 large can crushed pineapple (do not drain)

1 box instant vanilla pudding

1 large carton frozen whipped topping, thawed

For the cake: Mix together cake ingredients until orange sections are broken. Bake according to cake mix directions. Cool.

For the icing: Mix together and pour on cooled cake.

-- Recipe from Mary Higgins, Lawrence.

Snickers Salad

1 12-ounce carton frozen whipped topping, thawed

1 large box vanilla or french vanilla instant pudding

8 Delicious or Jonathan apples

5 regular-size Snickers candy bars

Mix whipped topping and dry instant puddingating until stiff peaks form. or until golden.

-- Recipe from Mary Nunez, Lawrence.

To enter your special recipe, simply send it to us. Check your recipe carefully to be sure all ingredients and directions are accurate and accounted for. Mail it, along with your name, address and daytime phone number, to the Journal-World.

Send to:

Recipes from Readers

Lawrence Journal-World

609 N.H.

P.O. Box 888

Lawrence KS 66044-0888

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