Zephaniah 3:17 reminds us that God is musical and He rejoices and sings over you. - -
The LORD your God in the midst of you is mighty; he will save, he will rejoice over you with joy; he will quiet you with his love, he will rejoice over you with singing.
Friday, November 23, 2012
First Four Hot Croquettes
photo by Hazel
Our son, Steve and his youngest boy Max came for an after
Thanksgiving visit.We had plenty of
left over turkey from yesterday, so I decided to fix an old favorite for
Friday after Thanksgiving, most people who cooked a turkey will
have some left over.
My favorite recipe takes time, Swiss Turkey Enchiladas, and
you might enjoy viewing it at: Turkey
Day NOT.This is a delicious meal
and it is excellent to freeze the extra ones.
But today I will share something a bit more simple and we
always enjoyed this turkey left over version.
Steve does not like onions so I left out the onions.I had just picked some fresh chard from our
garden, so we served it and some mashed potatoes with the Croquettes.
Today I left out the salt, and celery salt.They were seasoned nicely because of the
stuffing mix that I crushed had seasoning and herbs in it.
CROQUETTES (Poultry, Fish or other meat)
3 T butter
1/4 cup flour
1 cup milk
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp celery salt
1/2 cup onion chopped
2 cups chopped turkey or other meat.
Soda crackers crushed place in a pan (I used stuffing mix chopped in processor)
1 egg beaten with 2 T of milk in another pan.
Make a white sauce in a pan using the butter, flour and
milk.Add onion, seasons, meat and mix
well.Chill, then shape into 10
patties.Dip in bread mix, then in egg,
then in crumbs.Fry in hot oil until
brown on both sides, Drain on paper towel.Place on cookie sheet and into oven on low until all the croquettes are