P. O. Box 2929 Suwanee, Georgia 30024 (770) 932-4622 Web site: www.georgiaeggs.org E-mail: email@example.com ©2007 Georgia Egg Commission Chicken and Dressing Appetizer Balls Makes approximately 60 1(17 oz.) heat and serve Roasted Chicken Breasts and Gravy (cook per microwave directions) 1teaspoon sage 1 / 4 teaspoon black pepper 3tablespoons onion, finely chopped 1egg, beaten 2tablespoons heavy whipping cream 2teaspoons red wine vinegar 3 1 / 2 cups chicken stuffing mix (1 1 D 2 boxes) Preheat oven to 400°F.
Heat chicken per microwave direc- tions. In a large mixing bowl, combine chicken with gravy, sage, and black pepper. Using a fork, stir chicken until chicken is shredded.
Add onion, egg, whipping cream, and vinegar; stir well. Combine stuffing mix with chicken mix- ture and mix well. Scoop out a small tablespoon of stuffing mixture and roll into a ball.
Place onto a non-stick baking sheet. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until done. Balls can be served hot or stored in airtight container once they have cooled.
Reheat in microwave. Serve with cSensational Cranberry Sauce. d Sensational Cranberry Sauce 1cup chilled cranberry sauce (in can) 2tabespoons light corn syrup 2teaspoons red wine vinegar Mash cranberry sauce until smooth. Add corn syrup and vinegar; ... more. less.
mix well.<br><br> Serve chilled. Creamy Chicken Deviled Eggs Makes 16 16hard-cooked egg white halves 4hard-cooked egg yolks 1 / 2 cup deli-sliced smoked chicken breast, chopped in food processor 1 / 4 teaspoon salt 1 / 4 teaspoon pepper 1 / 2 teaspoon spicy mustard 1tablespoon sour cream 1tablespoon mayonnaise 2tablespoons light peach fat-free yogurt 1 / 4 cup pecans, finely chopped Paprika Green olives, sliced Place hard-cooked egg whites on deviled egg tray and set aside. Combine egg yolks, chicken, salt, and pepper.<br><br> Mix well. Add mustard, sour cream, mayonnaise, and yogurt. Stir until mixture is creamy smooth.<br><br> Fold in pecans; spoon mixture into egg white halves, sprinkle with paprika and garnish with green olives. Scrumptious Crab Mushrooms Makes 15 Vegetable spray 15large mushrooms 2cups Ritz crackers, crumbled 1 / 2 teaspoon garlic salt 1 / 4 teaspoon celery salt 1 / 4 teaspoon thyme 1 / 4 cup celery, finely chopped 1egg 2tablespoons heavy whipping cream 2tablespoons chicken broth 1 / 2 cup Colby and Monterey Jack cheese, finely grated 4ounces crab meat, rinsed/drained Paprika Parmesan and Romano cheese (in jar) grated Preheat oven to 375°F. Lightly spray a baking sheet with vegetable spray and set aside.<br><br> Pull stems from mushrooms, rinse, drain well and set aside. Combine crackers, garlic salt, celery salt, thyme, and celery. Mix well and set aside.<br><br> Beat egg, whipping cream and chicken broth until creamy. Add egg mixture to cracker mixture and stir well. Fold in cheese and crab meat.<br><br> Fill each mushroom cap with heaping table- spoon of stuffing. Place filled mushroom caps on a lightly- greased baking sheet. Bakefor 6 to 8 minutes or until stuffing is done.<br><br> Remove from oven and sprinkle with grated cheese. Return to oven and bake until cheese melts to a light golden color. Serve immediately.<br><br> Appetizing Pizza Hors d 9oeuvres Serves 4-6 112-inch baked pizza crust Olive oil Garlic salt, sprinkle lightly 1cup Vodka spaghettisauce 3hard-cooked egg whites, chopped 2 / 3 cup small mushrooms, sliced 1 / 2 cup Canadian bacon, bite-size pieces 2 / 3 cup deli pepper turkey breast, bite-size pieces 1cup mozzarella cheese, shredded Preheat oven to 400°F. Lightly brush pizza crust with olive oil. Spoon sauce over crust and spread evenly.<br><br> Lightly sprin- kle with garlic salt. Layer pizza crust with eggs, mushrooms, bacon, and turkey. Sprinkle cheese over pizza filling and bakefor 10 minutes or unt il crust is lightly brown.<br><br> Cut into desired shapes and serve. French-Style Stuffed Tomatoes Makes 12 Vegetable spray 12cherry tomatoes 1(8 oz.) can French-style green beans (drained/chopped) 2tablespoons onion, finely chopped 2tablespoons vegetable soup mix 3tablespoons cream of celery soup 3tablespoons heavy whipping cream 1egg, beaten 1 / 2 cup Swiss cheese, finely grated 1cup multi-grain saltine crackers, crumbled Parmesan and Romano cheese, grated (in jar) Preheat oven to 350°F. Lightly spray a 6-ounce glass bak- ing dish and set aside.<br><br> Cut a thin slice off bottom of each tomato. Scoop pulp out with a small spoon. Rinse tomatoes and invert onto paper towels to drain.<br><br> Combine green beans, onion, and soup mix. Mix well and set aside. In a separate bowl, combine celery soup, whipping cream, and egg; mix well.<br><br> Add egg mixture to green bean mixture and stir well. Fold in Swiss cheese and crackers. Pour mixture into baking dish.<br><br> Bake 15 to 20 minutes or until mixture starts to bubble. Spoon mixture into tomatoes, sprinkle withgrated cheese and serve. Mini Sweet Bites Makes 24 1egg, beaten 3tablespoons heavy whipping cream 1 / 3 cup rawsugar 1 / 2 teaspoon butter and nut flavoring 1(12 oz.) tub regular cream cheese 3tablespoons French vanilla whipped topping (any flavor) Mini chocolate creme filled sandwich cookies Pecan halves Preheat oven to 350°F.<br><br> Combine egg, whipping cream, and sugar. Cook over very low heat until mixture thickens or starts to steam. Pour mixture into mixing bowl.<br><br> Add flavor- ing and cream cheese, beat with mixer until smooth and creamy. Fold in whipped topping and mix well. Place a mini chocolatecookie into a mini baking cup.<br><br> Spoon mixture over cookie and fill to the top. Bake for 12 minutes; remove from oven and push end of pecan half into the center of filling. Return to the oven and bake for an additional 2 minutes.<br><br> Cool and serve; or can be served warm. The Fireplace Not too many years ago, every house had a fireplace. Its heat warmed everything; especially your face!<br><br> Its light gave a special glow that made the house a home, And even when by yourself, you were never alone. Ashovel, broom, and poker were always on the hearth, And on the mantel, special photos tugged at your heart. The fireplace was where folks gathered to share the day, And often times to pause, give thanks, and pray.<br><br> At Christmas, the fireplace had an entirely different look, The mantel held pine, candles, and cthe good book. d Everyone 9s stocking hung there on its own special hook, And Christmas presents nearby, just had to be shook! As a child, it was whereIleft a glass of milk and a cookie, Along with a coded note, that only Santa could see! But I always wondered: without a fireplace and a chimney, Howcould Santahaveleft our gifts under the tree!<br><br> R. Howell, 2007