Evidently, in 1967, sour cream was referred to as "soured cream."
I don't care what it's called, it's awesome. If it didn't have so many calories, I'd just eat it with spoon.
Who am I kidding? I have eaten it with a spoon.
Very Special Frosting
Blend 1 pint Hood Soured Cream with 1 pkg. instant chocolate pudding mix, until smooth. Makes enough frosting for 8-inch layer cake.
Sweet 'n Sour Meat Sauce
Slowly heat 1 cup cranberry jelly with 1/2 cup Hood Orange Juice 'til jelly is melted. Slowly stir hot mixture into 1 cup Hood Soured Cream, salt to taste. Serve at once with sliced ham, trkey or pork. Makes about 2 cups of sauce.
Dips and Dunks
Blend 1 pint Hood Soured Cream with:
4-oz. crumbled blue cheese and 1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 cup chili sauce, 1 tbsp. horseradish and 3/4 tsp. salt
1 pkg. dry onion soup mix.
Chill each and serve with hot sauteed meat balls, celery sticks, cherry tomatoes and chips or crackers.