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Another Betty Feezor Recipe – Hutsput

I don’t know how this recipe was named Hutsput but the word means dutch stew and includes meat.  This recipe does not and the only thing labor intensive about it is peeling and dicing the vegetables.  If you have a few fresh potatoes, carrots or onions left from Christmas and you don’t know what to do with them, this would be a great way to incorporate them in a meal.

Hutsput

8 white potatoes

4 onion

4 whole carrots

shredded sharp cheese

milk and butter or margarine

Dice and cook the vegetables all together in a small amount of boiling water for about 10 minutes or until done.  Mash with approximately 3 tablespoons of margarine or butter and approximately 1/2 cup of milk.  Put in individual casseroles and top with shredded sharp cheese.  Place under broiler until cheese melts.  Serves 6.

This is so good and it does incorporate several vegetables.  Isn’t that one of our New Year’s resolutions, eat more vegetables?

P.S.  You know I am a fan of microwaved vegetables and you might be able to microwave the vegetables.  However, I think there would be a better blend of the flavors of the vegetables if you cooked them in boiling water on the stove.

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