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This is Julia Child's Gratin of Potatoes, Onions and Sausages, p. 55 of the 2009 edition of Mastering the Art of French Cooking; adapted slightly for caloriesSubmitted by MSWITTIR
this is from the web site
I replaced the 5 eggs with Egg Substitute to lower the fat Submitted by EARTHYGIRL1
Delicious and simple French dessert custard. Great for use of fruit that is not perfect or about to spoil.Submitted by LISAROBINOW
I didn't have beef stock or bouillon handy but I still wanted a beef stew for dinner..So i came up with this with things I had on hand. I called it blonde beef stew because its lighter in color. Its not a 'white sauce' but much lighter than a regular stew.Submitted by MSFATAL
This recipe is marginally high in sodium because of the soup mix and canned tomatoes. If you are watching your sodium, or want it vegetarian, substitute 1 large chopped onion and omit soup mix and substitute 2-3 large chopped tomatoes for the canned ones I used.
Dried basil is fine, use 1 TBSP, I just had fresh to use up. Liquid should be at least one inch below the top of the vegetables when you start cooking (veggies will exude a lot of liquid, while cooking).
If you have room in your nutritional values for the day, serve topped with some parmesan cheese.
REALLY filling and keeps you that way for hours! Submitted by AGASSIFAN
This dish takes a little time and patience, but will give you a creamy, delicious rice dish in the end! You can also add other ingredients like mushrooms, shrimp or chicken for variety and turn it into a main dish.Submitted by KRISTIEKRABE