This week’s recipe is for a Chicken-Rice Casserole. It is a recipe excerpted from the scarce book Nine Hundred Successful Recipes, by Lulu Thompson Silvernail. This book, from my own book collection, was published in 1923. A recent change in U.S. copyright law now puts most pre-1925 books in the public domain.
Lulu Thompson Silvernail’s emphasis in this book was recipes that included hard red winter wheat flour. This entire recipe book is just part of the extensive bonus content that is included in this year’s SurvivalBlog archive waterproof USB stick. Note: The USB sticks are now in stock. They are selling quickly, so get yours soon, before they sell out.
2 cups boiled rice
2 cups shredded cooked chicken
1-1/2 cups of chicken broth or top milk
4 tablespoons butter
3 tablespoons flour
Salt and pepper, to taste
Butter a casserole dish and line dish with the cooked rice, retaining some to place on top. Melt butter in saucepan and add flour, allowing butter and flour to brown lightly. Stir into this the chicken broth or top milk. Then add the chicken. Allow mixture to boil, seasoning with salt and pepper. Pour all in rice lined casserole, placing [more] rice on top. Cook in hot oven for 15 minutes.
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