|Home Canning (Home Basics)|
|by Sunset Books|
Totally updated for the '90s, this new edition of a Sunset favorite is geared to beginning preservers as well as those with more canning experience.
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Combine the beer with the salad oil, stirring the oil slowly; add the rest of the ingredients. Marinate beef, turning occasionally.
Mix all ingredients in bowl and marinate meat overnight in refrigerator.
Heat the broth until bubbling. Put cooked brats in broth for about 1/2 hour. Serve on buns.
Marinate chicken pieces for several hours. Barbecue chicken pieces brushing with sauce frequently.
Marinate sirloin tips or London broil for 2 hours in refrigerator. Then grill meat. Really delicious!
Of all the ... tomato sauce and beer. Add the ... seasoning, and arrange on a large platter. Garnish with roasted red peppers and green olives. Serves 4.
Place 20 to ... for 30 minutes. Dust lightly with plain flour. Then dip in beer batter and deep fry at 365 degrees about 7 minutes or until golden brown.
Cook meat - ... tasting until vinegar taste is mild. Add 1/2 can of beer and heat over moderate heat. Sop meat with this about 2 or 3 turns before it is done.
Place roast in ... bag and add beer. Close tightly ... marinade heated and poured over meat. Also good as a sandwich with pumpernickel bread. Serves 12.
Poor marinade over ... place in roaster and cover with beer and catsup. Cover pan and place in oven at 300 degrees for 3 to 4 hours. Cool, slice and reheat.
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