JACK-JUBILEE - A casserole made with jack cheese

     I got this recipe from the National Dairy Council.  It's
     good winter food: easy to make, and rich.

     Don't let the corn chips put you off; normally, such an
     ingredient would make me think it's one of those recipes for
     people who don't like to cook and don't care about good
     food.  Take my word for it: this recipe is an exception.

     1         medium onion, finely chopped
     2 Tbsp    butter
     8 oz      tomato sauce (1 large can)
     4 oz      green chili peppers, chopped (1 can)
     1/2 tsp   salt
     2         eggs, slightly beaten
     1 cup     half-and-half (or light cream)
     11 oz     corn chips (one package)
     1/2 lb    Monterey jack cheese (cut into 1/2 inch cubes)
     1/2 cup   cheddar cheese (shredded)
     some      paprika
     1 cup     sour cream

          (1)  Preheat oven to 350 deg. F.

          (2)  Sauté onion in butter until transparent.

          (3)  Stir in tomato sauce, chopped peppers, and salt.
               Simmer 5 minutes.  Remove from heat.

          (4)  Combine eggs and cream.  Stir into sauce.

          (5)  Place half the corn chips in bottom of a 1 1/2
               quart casserole. Add in layers, half the Monterey
               Jack cheese, half the sauce.  Repeat.

          (6)  Top with sour cream.  Sprinkle with shredded ched-
               dar cheese and paprika.

          (7)  Bake, uncovered, for 30 minutes.

     Ingredient notes for non-US cooks: Monterey Jack cheese is a
     bland American cheddar from Monterey, California. Try sub-
     stituting Dunlop (Scottish), Lancashire (English), or Cantal
     (French). Half and half is a dairy product that is 50% whole
     milk and 50% heavy cream; light cream makes a reasonable
     substitute. Corn chips, often sold as "Fritos" or "Doritos",
     are a packaged snack food made of deep-fried pressed corn-
     meal.  I cannot think of any reasonable substitute for them
     in this recipe. [Ed.]

     Difficulty: easy.  Time: 20 minutes preparation, 30 minutes
     cooking.  Precision: approximate measurement OK.

     Jeff Lichtman at rtech (Relational Technology, Inc.; Alameda, California)
     "Saints should always be judged guilty until they are proved innocent..."

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