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Monday, August 17, 2009

Hilltop Enrichment

These recipes come from Hilltop Ward's last Enrichment meeting. The Enrichment meeting included ideas to help us be thrifty.

The first recipe is from Rebecca Despain.

Rebecca's Seasoning Salt

large seasoning salt

large lemon pepper

large garlic salt

large celery salt

large onion powder

Each seasoning should be of the same size. You may need t0 use a couple of smaller bottles of the celery salt. Mix together. Rebecca and her sisters do this once a year when they get together and split it.

The next couple of recipes are from Chelsy Hooper. They are "bottom of the jar" recipes--they use your almost-gone jam or almost empty barbecue sauce bottles that might otherwise go to waste.

BBQ Glaze

Bottom of the jar BBQ sauce (1/4 cup, more or less)

1/4 cup orange juice

Combine ingredients in the BBQ jar and shake to combine. Pour into pan and cook mixture over med to med high heat to reduce mixture till syrupy. Pour over cooked meat or veggies.

Raspberry Vinaigrette

Bottom of the Raspberry jam jar (around 2-4 Tablespoons)

2 Tablespoons Dijon mustard

2 Tablespoons red wine vinegar

1/3 cup olive oil

salt and pepper

If your jam has a high sugar content microwave for about 10 seconds (without lid on). Combine all ingredients in the jam jar and shake to combine. Pour over salad or use as a glaze for meat. You can also add poppy seeds as an options.

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