4th of July Food

Grandma’s Fried Chicken

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Ingredients

1 whole cut-up chicken

Flour, about 1 cup
Salt
Pepper

Vegetable oil
Butter

Directions
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Wash off chicken with water.

Place flour, salt, and pepper in paper, or plastic bag.

Shake washed chicken parts in bag mixed with flour, salt, pepper to coat.

In skillet (I like to use an electric skillet) fry in half vegetable oil and half butter @ 350 degrees until well browned on both sides.

Place in baking dish with lid.
Bake at 350-degree oven with lid on for about one hour,
making sure that the chicken is cooked completely.

 

Mom’s Potato Salad

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Ingredients

4 cups cooked, in salt water, potatoes, cooled and cubed
¼-1/2 cup onions, chopped/diced
3-5 slices cooked (American) bacon (no nitrate, natural variety)
3 teaspoons sweet pickle relish, drain if necessary
1 teaspoon yellow mustard
1-cup Hellman’s light mayonnaise
celery salt-to taste
pepper-to taste
salt-to taste

Directions

Place cooled cooked, cubed potatoes in large bowl.
Add chopped onions, crumbled bacon, relish, mustard, mayonnaise, celery salt, pepper, and salt.
Stir until mixed.
Chill.

Easy Oreo Ice Cream Dessert

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Ingredients
• 1-19 oz. pkg. Oreos (3 row pkg.)
• 1-12 oz., or larger thawed cool whip
• ½ gallon of ice cream, softened

Directions
Reserve 7 Oreos for garnish.

Crush 1 row of Oreos and spread on bottom of 9 x 13 dish.

Crush next row of Oreos and mix with ice cream, cool whip, spreading over first layer of crushed cookies.

Crush last row of Oreos and spread evenly over top, garnishing with reserved Oreos.

Freeze for 4 hours and cut into squares.

Note:
For quicker version, crush all of the Oreos and mix in with cool whip, and ice cream. Spread into pan and freeze.

 

 

 

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3 Responses to 4th of July Food

  1. Marjorie Mattson says:

    Happy4 th!! . Love Mom

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  2. dana says:

    Hi Annette!
    You’re menu sounds delicious! I love hearing about your experiences! Take care
    Dana

    Like

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