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Lexie Starr Lexie Fried Flounder Meal

by on Nov.28, 2014, under Dinners and Main Dishes

Lexie Starr Lexie Fried Flounder Meal

Lexie Starr Lexie Fried Flounder Meal

2-6 pieces of fresh flounder fillet

1 cup finest yellow cornmeal (fine)

1 pinch of salt (optional)

1 pinch of black pepper (optional)

1 cup vegetable oil

1-2 lemon slice (fresh lemon) for “garnish”

1 cup milk or water

1 16 oz can Black beans

1/4 stick margarine

1 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp ground black pepper

Cooked white rice

Mix Salad or plain lettuce (washed)

Salad dressing

DIRECTIONS: Wash flounder with cold water, Pour milk or water (Which ever you prefer) in a bowl, put cornmeal in a bowl add salt and pepper to cornmeal, Mix cornmeal salt and pepper to blend. Put oil of your choice in frying pan, put pan on stove over medium flame and let the oil heat for 3-5 minutes (do not burn), dip flounder in milk or water then dip flounder into the cornmeal mixture. Put flounder in oil and fry lightly until medium brown, when finish frying flounder arrange them on a plate until ready to serve. Open black beans and pour it in a medium size pot, add margarine, garlic powder and black pepper then put it on medium flame and simmer for 7-10 minutes. Remove from flame and serve with steamed white rice. Put beans over the rice, on the same plate arrange mix salad or Lettuce with the salad dressing of your choice. Garnish with lemon and serve. P.S. I prefer Vidalia onion vinaigrette dressing, I find it to be a very Interesting taste with the flounder.  Enjoy Lexie Starr

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Lexie Starr Lexie Pineapple Bourbon Glaze Ham

by on Nov.28, 2014, under Dinners and Main Dishes

Lexie  Starr Lexie Pineapple Bourbon Glaze Ham

Lexie Starr Lexie Pineapple Bourbon Glaze Ham

1 Small fresh smoke precooked Picnic Ham

1 can sliced pineapple

¾ cup Brown Sugar

¾ cup Pineapple Juice

1/4 cup Bourbon

1 teaspoon cloves

Large roasting pan

Cook Time: 2 to 3 hours (ham 20 to 30 minutes per pound)

Directions: Remove ham from the package, Wash ham with cold water. Put the ham in a 8 quart pot or what ever big pot that you have. Add cold water to the pot enough to cover the ham, put the ham on the stove on medium flame and cook for 30 minutes. Remove from the stove and drain off the water in a strainer. Turn the ham on the other side then add cold water to the ham again and put it back on the flame to cook for another 30 minutes. Turn off the flame and remove the ham from the water, let the ham cool for about 30 minutes. Tip: Save ham trimming and water for the kale. Dressing up the Ham: Mix pineapple juice and Bourbon then baste the ham with the juice mixture then rub brown sugar and cloves allover the ham. Add the pineapple slices to the ham covering the ham all over with the pineapple slices. Baking: Preheat oven at 325ºF, before placing the ham into the oven. Put the ham in the oven and bake slowly at 325ºF. Allow 20 to 30 minutes per pound for ham that has not been precooked (follow directions on label for precooked hams). Baste ham twice within the first 15 minutes of baking and every 10 minutes after that until done. Remove from the oven slice and serve.

Enjoy Lexie Starr

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