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west coast casserole
December 2, 2009, 11:37 pm
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Every once in a while,  I make West Coast Casserole a little recipe I once copied down from a Milk Calendar.¹ I look in my trusty green file card box for the recipe–but I can pretty much make it by memory. It’s one of the oldest recipes in the box. I think I only made it once in its full state–baked in a dish with dill biscuits on top. Nope now I just make it on the stove. So, it’s inpired by the recipe but not really like the original. Anyhow here’s how it goes.

1 1/2 cup potatoes cubed
1/2 cup water
Boil potatoes for a few minutes. Meanwhile in a large saucepan melt.
2 tbsp butter
Saute 1 chopped onion
Add 1 or 2 chopped carrots
When a bit softened add
2 tbsp flour and cook for 3 minutes (that’s what the recipe said–but that’s forever!)
Anyhow next add 1 1/2 cup milk and water from potatoes. (sometime I just use all milk).
Add one can of creamed corn.
1/2 cup frozen peas
1 drained can tuna
Dash of hot sauce, salt and pepper and maybe some thyme or dill to taste.

Serve –comfort food!! Ahhh. Goes nice when the weather is like this…

fall garden 2008

¹Milk Calendar–A little bit of Canadian content–every year the milk board sends out a calendar with recipes in it. The recipes all use a LOT of milk, but the pictures are nice. Lo and behold they’ve gone online, and you can search recipes from older versions.

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