The Pure Food Cook Book; The Good Housekeeping Recipes

The Pure Food Cook Book; The Good Housekeeping Recipes

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...as many as you wish, sliced and parboiled. Serve on a platter with the vegetables as a garnish, and the gravy in a boat. The variations on casseroled dishes are restricted by individual taste and by what is in the pantry. For instance, if you desire, the steak may be onioned, by adding, instead of vegetables, four or five onions sliced and fried light brown in the spider. Or mushrooms may be used instead of the vegetables. If you like the canned variety, pour off the liquor and add them to the gravy ten minutes before taking the meat from the oven. Casseroled Veal Casseroled veal is delicious treated like steak, using instead of vegetables, one shredded green pepper, half a sliced onion, fried light brown, with a cupful of hot steamed rice added half an hour before serving. Chicken is at its best when cooked in this fashion with mushrooms and potatoes. A dash of onion, green pepper, or pimiento, adds to the flavor of chicken, veal, or rabbit. When lamb chops--or better still--slices of lamb cut from across the leg, are casseroled, make a bed of parboiled vegetables underneath, using diced carrots, parsnip, or turnip. Put on top of these the browned meat, with a sprinkling of finely cut onion and celery, afterward pour over all the slightly thickened gravy. Beef Tongue en Casserole Another delicious casseroled dish is a beef tongue which has been slightly corned. Boil it first, trim off unsightly bits and skin. Rub with flour, to which has been added a dash of ginger, and allspice. Fry a few slices of onion in salt pork, then put the tongue in the spider, first tying it into shape. Flour it and fry lightly on all sides. Make a cupful of gravy, adding the juice of a lemon, three tablespoonfuls of shredded almonds, and half a cupful of seeded...show more

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  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 159g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236667123
  • 9781236667120