Melba's Swap Shop: Louisiana meat pie recipe shared

Melba's Swap Shop: Jan. 9
Modified: January 8, 2013 at 4:58 pm •  Published: January 9, 2013
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1 cup milk

In large mixing bowl, sift together dry ingredients. Cut in shortening. In small bowl, combine beaten egg and milk. Work gradually into dry ingredients until consistency to roll. Cut into small pieces and roll very thin. Cut into rounds using a saucer as a guide.

To assemble: Place a large tablespoon of meat mixture along edge and halfway in center of the round of dough. Fold the other half over, making edges meet. Crimp with a fork dipped in water. Refrigerate overnight before baking. Bake in preheated 425-degree oven 12 to 15 minutes or until brown. Makes 18 to 20.

— MELBA

DEAR MELBA: Marlene Bradley, of Durant, asked if she could substitute Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free all-purpose flour in the recipe for No-Knead Flax Rolls that calls for flaxseeds and instant yeast. The answer is “yes.” She can also call the toll-free number on the package for more information.

— CAROLINE MEDLINGER, Oklahoma City

DEAR MELBA: I like this church sign: “God answers knee-mail.”

— SANDY KILLIAN, Oklahoma City

DEAR MELBA: Bill Fisher asked about salad oil. As far as I can find out, it has always been simply vegetable oil.

— REBA CORLEY, Oklahoma City

DEAR MELBA: Regarding salad oil, I read somewhere that it was called “salad oil” to distinguish it from “mineral oil.” (Yuck.) I also found on the Internet that soybean oil, made from soybeans, of course, was brought to the U.S. from Japan in the 1920s and '30s.

— ROSEMARY GRIFFIS, Oklahoma City

DEAR MELBA: Salad oil is basically made from edible vegetables, such as corn, etc.

— CAROLINE MEDLINGER, Oklahoma City

DEAR MELBA: I have a sack full of greeting cards that have been sent to my grandmother. She thought someone might be interested in using the fronts of the cards for bookmarks, place cards, etc. If anyone is interested in having them, they can contact me at 341-0946.

— STEPHANIE MCGUIRE

If you have a problem other readers might help solve or an idea you'd like to share, write to Melba's Swap Shop, Box 25125, Oklahoma City, OK 73125. Please include your name and address.



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