These Chicken Nuggets might take a bit more effort to make, but I’m pretty sure that they’d have a lot more flavour than the bought ones. They be could for the kids, but you could also make smaller ones to serve as finger food at a party.
I guess Mum couldn’t find the cellotape when she saved this old newspaper cutting and instead used a pin to keep the two sections together. Unusual perhaps, but it’s done the job for all these years. I’ve taken the liberty of renaming the recipe as I didn’t think Kiddies Delight was enough of a description for it, but whatever it’s called I think kids would love it.
It’s that time of year again when schools, kindergartens and child care centers are having their end of year activities which from my experience always means that parents have to take along a plate of food. Strangely, good wholesome things don’t seem to be that popular, but something like this chocolate and marshmallow slice should be a hit with the kids.
While making a pie or tart from scratch using your own home made pastry is great sometimes it’s just a lot easier and quicker to use bought pastry. This plum tart recipe uses sheets of puff pastry which are blind baked before the filling is added. Blind baking isn’t particularly hard to do, but some people find it a bit daunting. Although Mum must have blind baked quite a lot of pies in her day I like that she took the trouble with this recipe to still set out the steps needed.
I know that cooking with nuts is not as popular these days because of all the allergy problems, but I thought this old recipe was still worth adding to the collection.
PEANUT HONEY SLICE
- 4 cups Rice Bubbles
- 1 cup peanuts
- ½ cup coconut
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 125g butter (not margarine)
- 125g sugar
Place rice bubbles, peanuts and coconut in a bowl. Boil honey, butter, sugar for 5 mins – only. Pour over dry ingredients and bake 5 mins only in 180o oven. Mark while hot and recut when cold.