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Amy’s Publix Menu 10/22

on 10.22.2009 at 12:14pm

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In case you are feeling in a rut with coupon friendly meals, try these:

  • Tuscan Pork Loin with Sun-dried Tomato Vinaigrette
    Whole Boneless Pork Loin $1.99 lb
    Bertolli Olive Oil – B1G1
    Potatoes, 5lb bag $1.99
    This is more like a weekend recipe as it takes a while to prepare. Maybe even have guests over for this one. The person who reviewed it on the site did not like the vinaigrette but that was my favorite part. To each his own.


  • Sesame Crusted Turkey Mignons
    Turkey Tenderloin
    I have to admit I have not tried this recipe but have wanted to for some time. If you try it let us know how it turned out. I am headed to Publix today and will get the tenderloin.

Here is another that sounds fabulous, Turkey Tenderloin Scaloppine.

and one more, Parmesan Turkey Cutlets.

  • Bacon and Egg Casserole
    Hawaiian Rolls, Snacker 4pk $1.50 ea
    Eggs (possibly free with FL printable)
    This recipe calls for a loaf of the Hawaiian bread but I’m sure you can substitute the rolls.
  • My Grandma’s Cream Corn Recipe

12 ears fresh corn ($0.25 ea)
Cut corn off cob. The best way I’ve found to do this is to use a bundt pan. Set the corn on top of the middle piece and the corn falls off into the pan.  Scrape the remainder (milk and pulp) into the bowl. Put water in the bowl until soupy and level with corn. Add 1/3 cup flour, mix well.
Fry 4-6 strips bacon.
Remove bacon reserve grease.
Pour corn mixture into hot grease (medium heat) stirring constantly. Thickens while cooking.
Cook for 15-20 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste.

This recipe is so easy and kid friendly!

OK, my stomach is growling after all this research.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Please let Jenny know if you try any of these recipes or any of the other recipes I’ve given you.  I’d love some feedback.

    • pamela

      It all sounds yummy! I will give it a try and let you know my review :)

    • These sound delicious. I’ve posted another one (Spicy Italian Pork) on my blog. Enjoy!

    • marie

      i tried a similar chicken dipper recipe with the Progresso bread crumbs that were on sale last week…then froze half the batch for later. The kids ate them a few days later…a bit drier out of the freezer, but still tasty. I look forward to trying with the cereal instead of breadcrumbs. The recipes offered are definately inspirational…it’s nice to get out of a cooking rut ;-)

      • pamela

        Try Panko bread crumbs…..so good! You can find them in the japanese/international ailse.

    • Emily

      I loved the Tuscan Ravioli recipe posted a week or two ago that used the Classico Sundried-Tomato Alfredo sauce. The recipe was so easy and super delicious! Not sure I cooked the ravioli exactly to par (my first time) – will probably try with the tortellini next time.

      • Bridgette

        The Tuscan recipe was great!! My family loved it. They thought they were at a restaurant. I’m gonna try one of the new one this week. It’s always nice to cook something different, especially when you can make it for a good price!

    • Chicken nuggets are also very good and kid friendly coated with crushed up SunChips. Dip the chicken chunks in a litle egg whie, coat with crushed chips and bake about 10 minutes. Our bunch loves these (if you have it bake them on a stone pan to make the bottoms nice and crunchy too!)

    • Merrilyn

      This is such a good idea!!! I know I’m probably very much in the minority here, but is it possible for you to feature some vegetarian recipes? Thanks so much for your great ideas.

      • Emily

        You should try that ravioli recipe from the other week – it was vegetarian! :)

      • Amy

        I will try to get some vegetarian recipes, my husband is a big meat eater so even though I try to do vegetarian he’ll come home and say, is there any meat in it?

    • Kelly

      I love this idea! I am always wondering what to cook up with all my great deals:)

    • jessica

      Jenny-thank you so much as always for your hard work in keeping this site up! You are such a blessing. I love this section with the Publix menus aligned with the sales!

      Thanks to Amy as well!

    • Thank you so much for adding this to your blog!!!! Great idea!

    • CouponNERD

      Fantastic! I am going to try some of these!

    • hlalle

      Thank you so very much for the Creamy Macaroni and Cheese recipe you posted a week or two ago.

    • Pam

      Sesame Turkey was delicious!! Everyone loved it… not inexpensive but worth it! The white wine sauce is yummy…

    • Janey

      I can’t find the menu post from last week, or maybe it was two weeks ago now. But I just wanted to give a rave review for Amy and her wonderful creativeness! This is one of my downfalls…being able to come up with something to cook with all of my stockpile!
      We tried four recipes: bbq beef (with the roast), beef tacos (with the roast), ravioli with sun dried tomato alfredo sauce, and the macaroni and cheese with chicken and broccoli.
      Honestly, it would have never occured to me to use bbq or taco seasoning with a roast, but these two recipes were hits with everyone! i didn’t have a 4-5# roast so I actually used 1 roast for each recipe and just made them separately.
      The ravioli was a hit with 5 out of 6. The one who didn’t like it also doesn’t like spaghetti, or really anything with “sauce” on it. so i still consider this one a hit!
      The macaroni and cheese I thought would be a big hit but it fell rather flat. Only two liked it and one of those was me…and I wasn’t over the top about it…it was just okay.
      Everyone, including me, loved the fresh ideas and boredom breaking recipes! Three out of four new recipes being kid and husband approved is huge! And all in the same week!
      Thanks, Amy!!

    • Okay, so I’m cooking the creamed corn recipe right now. I just have to ask – 12 ears of corn?? It’s my first time trying a recipe like this (vs. popping a can open or buying Bob Evans :), and I’m so excited about it! But I couldn’t get any ‘milk’ out of my ears, and I think that cutting the corn off all 12 is about to send me into labor (literally – I’m 37 weeks pregnant)! Any advice for cooking smarter next time, and for actually getting the milk out? Thanks, Amy! Can’t wait to eat it!

      • Jenny

        :) For next time, if there is a next time when you are near a kitchen store or bed bath & beyond they sell a $2 corn thingy that takes everything off in one push down. It looks very flimsy but does the job like a pro. For a picture go here.

        • Wonderful, Jenny! Thank you! The corn turned out delicious. I think I’ll just wait to make it again when I’m not pregnant. I might try making less next time, too…though this recipe certainly did give me enough to freeze. Even after my husband and our guest and I each had 2 servings! Yum. :)

    • vince

      Publix in bradenton takes Target coupons