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Cookielady931279

29 months ago

Do you like Chex Party Mix? Do you make your own or buy it pre-made?

Chex Party Mix was something that my mom loved and she made it all year round. I tend to make it more in the cooler months, and especially around the holidays - I love the way that it makes the house smell! My mom was sensitive to MSG, which most seasoned salts contain, so we made our own seasoned salt to use in the recipe. Besides the seasoned salt, butter and worcestershire sauce, we used Rice Chex, Corn Chex, Wheat Chex, Cheerios, Crispix, small pretzels (such as pretzel sticks or mini pretzels), unsalted dry roasted peanuts, and Cheese Nips (or Cheese Tidbits or Goldfish). I still use those ingredients when I make the mix today. I actually have the recipe cut from a box of Chex from many, many years ago when mom and I made it (with all of her scribblings about the doubled amounts) - back before they changed the recipe to include bagel chips. And I always make a double batch so that I can take some into work. Do you like Chex Party Mix? If so, do you make it or buy it pre-packaged?
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katzenhai

  26 months ago
Schmorrpfanne
Zubereitung:
Zwiebel und Knoblauch schälen. Kartoffeln schälen, waschen und mit der Zwiebel in kleine Würfel schneiden, Knoblauch zerdrücken. Hähnchenbrust waschen, trocken tupfen und in mundgerechte Stücke schneiden. Weißkohl putzen, vierteln, Strunk entfernen und den Weißkohl in feine Streifen schneiden, Tomaten würfeln.
Chicorèe putzen, halbieren, Strunk entfernen und den Chicorée in breite Streifen schneiden. Walnüsse grob hacken. Zucker in einer Pfanne schmelzen, Walnüsse dazu geben, karamellisieren und abkühlen lassen.
Hähnchenbrust in erhitztem Öl anbraten. Zwiebel, Knoblauch, Kartoffeln und Weißkohl dazugeben und andünsten. Weißwein und Brühe angießen, aufkochen und abgedeckt 30 Minuten garen. Nach 20 Minuten Chicorée hinzugeben.
Schmorpfanne mit Salz, Pfeffer, Paprikapulver und Kümmel abschmecken und mit den Walnüssen bestreut servieren.
Zutaten (4 Portionen):
je 1 Zwiebel und Knoblauchzehe
400 g Kartoffeln
350 g Hähnchenbrustfilet
1 kleiner Weißkohlkopf (ca. 1 kg)
10 getrocknete, in Öl eingelegte Tomaten
2 Chicorée
60 g Walnüsse
2 EL brauner Zucker
2 EL Pflanzenöl
300 ml trockener Weißwein
400 ml Brühe
Salz, frisch gemahlener Pfeffer
Paprikapulver, Kümmel
Nährwerte:
Pro Portion:
464 kcal
34 g Kohlenhydrate
29 g Eiweiß
17 g Fett
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edjo2

  26 months ago
I never was much of a fan of that kind of thing. I guess I just don't snack a lot for one thing.
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Nightwind45t

  26 months ago
My mom and my nephew like it alot but now they just buy it in the bags.
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btnanny

  27 months ago
I have bought it and also made my own. I like mine better- more flavour.
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Andie123456789

  27 months ago
Love it i make my own and buy the pre made stuff. home made better.
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waterfall1043

  28 months ago
I do not eat Chex Party Mix, but I do love Chex Muddy Buddies. There is a recipe on the box of the Rice Chex, Corn Chex and I believe, Wheat Chex for Chex Muddy Buddies. It is a chocolatey, peanut buttery yummy treat, with confectioner's sugar on top. They are really delicious and addictive. i only make them for special occassions, otherwise I eat them all up myself in practically one sitting. So... if you are a chocolate and peanut butter lover, this is definitely a recipe for you!!
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pammyj74

  28 months ago
I have not even heard of it so dont even know what it is, maybe we call it something else in the UK?
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shake41

  28 months ago
I love Chex Party mix. I have made it but also bought it. Reading your topic now makes me want to make it as it is so much healthier and cheaper to do it yourself.
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ahumanangel

  28 months ago
I prefer to make my own, as otherwise there is too much salt.
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bebecasper

  28 months ago
I don't really eat it often except out of the package. But there are so many fantastic variations on the Net incl. those addictive candy-like versions. I haven't tried making it recently but I may for Christmas gifts.
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