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Ruth's Recipes

Ruth's Recipes

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A collection of 114 recipes from Ruth Sara Goldman of Auburn, NY.
A collection of 114 recipes from Ruth Sara Goldman of Auburn, NY.

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68 Ruth’s Recipes

APPEArED in SaraSota Herald-tribune, 4/23/98

One of the nice things about
writing this column — and there
are plenty of them — is readers
helping readers. Today, you
all have written practically the
entire column. Ruth Goldman
of Longboat Key and Auburn,
N.Y., responded to a request for
meals cooked in foil or paper
packets with two recipes… She
uses an oven bag for this one,
and raves about it because the
sauce thickens nicely and there
is no pan to wash. Because you
have chicken and potatoes in the
same dish, all you need is a big
salad, and maybe some bread.

Ingredients and Directions

1. Put 1 tbsp. four into a large oven bag (14 by 20
inches), and put the bag in a 13-by-9-by-2-inch
baking dish.

2. In a small bowl, combine 2 tablespoons four,

one 10-oz. jar apricot jam or spread, 2 tablespoons

soy sauce and 1½ tsp. ground ginger.

3. Add to bag and squeeze to blend with four.

4. Add 4 pieces (2 pounds) skinless, boneless

chicken breasts and 4 to 5 potatoes cut into

pieces.

5. Close bag with nylon tie and cut half-inch slits in
the top.

6. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour until chicken is
tender.

7. Let stand in oven bag for 5 minutes before
opening and serving.

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