|The Festive Cookbook|
|by Jane Pettigrew|
A collection of traditional British recipes that can be used at Christmas and all round the year.
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Combine all ingredients. ... edges are covered. Broil approximately 6 minutes. ... prepared mustard on the bread or roll before spreading with the meat mixture.
Sprinkle 1/4 teaspoon salt in 10" skillet. Use no fat. Mix other ingredients and shape into 1/2" thick patties. Lay patties in skillet and brown very ...
Lay out bacon ... waxed paper; chill an hour or 2. Slice in 1 inch slices; broil in oven 5 minutes on each side or until desired doneness. Serves 4 to 5.
Place broiler pan ... burn). Return to oven and broil 10 minutes. Serve immediately. Chili powder, Worcestershire sauce or pepper may be added for variety.
Spread mixture on buns and broil for 6 to 7 minutes. Cheese optional.
Mix Hamburger with eggs and ... sprinkle generously with Broiled Steak Seasoning; mix ... it. The meatballs are a meal by themselves. I hope you enjoy.
In large skillet or Dutch oven lightly brown hamburger meat. Add onion ... onion salt and broiled steak seasoning. Cook ... until hot and cheese is melted.
1. For each ... Top with Velveeta slice. 3. To form face: Use olive slice for eyes and pimento for nose and mouth. 4. Broil until Velveeta begins to melt.
Cover real well ... V-8 tomato juice. Broil hamburgers in oven and ... put in the soup. Cook until tender and ready to eat. Loose about 10 pounds a week.
Clean and cut ... until done. Fry hamburger and chow mein ... add cornstarch to chow mein. Let boil until chow mein is the right thickness that you want.
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