Hello, I am new to the site, and I am looking for a couple of recipes. I hope someone out there can help. The first is a recipe for mock ham loaf that calls for half a pound of ground bologna, and half a pound of ground beef. It was very good, but unfortunately I lost the recipe. It was printed in the Ohio Farmer Magazine probably 30 years ago. I would love to have it again, if anyone can help.
I'm also looking for a recipe for non dairy whipped cream frosting. I love whipped cream frosting, but it doesnt hold up well in the heat so I cant take it to a cook out or pot luck. One of the bakeries in my area (Canton, Ohio) does make a non dairy whipped cream frosting. Of course they wont share the recipe, but they will sell me the frosting! I'd rather be able to make my own, though. Thanks for all your help!!
Hi and welcome to Nancy's board! I posted a ham loaf in the pork section and the old time food section. My version does not include ground beef, though. Also, there is a recipe for the frosting you are looking for in the cake section.
Pour above ingredients in mixer bowl and beat until thick enough to spread. Variations: Use chocolate instant pudding and sprinkle with chopped nuts or coconut. Use vanilla instant pudding and add 2 tablespoons well drained crushed pineapple. www.nancys-kitchen.com/icing_frosting_recipes.htm
This is a rich, but not overly sweet, frosting often favored by bakery shops because of its durability. It holds its shape (seemingly forever) and freezes well. It is very fluffy, good for filling in cracks and uneven spaces and for covering large areas on a cake.
2 Tbs. flour 1/2 cup nondairy creamer (powdered) 1/2 cup water 2 cups sifted confectioners’ sugar 1/2 cup butter or hard margarine (room temperature) 2 tsp. vanilla
Place flour in a saucepan. Slowly add creamer and water, stirring to eliminate lumps. Cook over low heat until thickened, stirring constantly. Cool in the refrigerator about 1 hour.
In mixer bowl combine sugar, margarine and vanilla. Beat at high speed at least 10 minutes. Gradually add the cooled flour mixture and beat until fluffy. Yield: 3 cups. Hitech Cooking