Sunday, September 14, 2008

Sunday Sharing again. Whew, these come by lots faster than they use to do.

Hominy Casserole

2 sixteen now fifteen ounce(have you noticed how cans are getting smaller) cans of hominy

1 four ounce can of mild green chiles

1 1/2 cup of sour cream

1 1/2 cup of sharp Cheddar cheese

Mix all together and put into a greased baking dish. Cook at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Some folks use 2 cans of chiles. If you like a little more zest, use hot chiles.

When I told Prince we were having hominy with the pork chops, he was quick to say "I don't like hominy." I put it on his plate and after the first bite, he said it was good the way I had it spiced up.

Kitty's Apple Cake

1 box yellow cake mix

1 small box french vanilla instant pudding

4 eggs

1/4 cup canola oil

1 fifteen ounce can of crushed pineapples (do not drain)

Using a sheet cake pan, spray it with Baker Joy then line the bottom with pecan halves, top this with a layer of brown sugar, dot with paper thin butter patties (I only used about dozen) slice up five apples into paper thin slices and layer the thin thin slices on top of the other layers. Mix up the first five ingredients and spread on top of the layers. Cook for thirty minutes in a 350 degree oven. Reduce heat to 300 degrees and cook ten more minutes. It is done if it does not shake in the middle.

I had bought a new sheet cake pan with a cover and was just dying to try it out and I searched for an apple cake recipe (we still have a yard full of apples and pears) but none hit the furry spot so I thought I can do better than these.

The Kitty Justice is that it was so good Mimi said write it down before you forget how you made it.


4 comments:

Corn Dog said...

Apple cake sounds yummy.

Changes in the wind said...

Both of these sound very interesting...thanks for sharing them.

Lady Di Tn said...

CD
It was three pieces too good. I need to turn around at the next available frig and pick the carrots sticks back up. Peace

Monica
Thanks and I hope you get to try them. Peace

Granny Annie said...

Kitty's Apple Cake is out of this world and our family fought over the last piece.

I have a terrible time posting on your blog because your blog is sophisticated and my computer is on dial up but I have been determined to thank you for this recipe.