|Modern German Food|
|by Roz Denny|
German cooking is known for old-fashioned virtues: high quality ingredients, simple preparation and robust flavours.
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Boil potatoes (with ... Crumble bacon into potato mixture and add hot dressing. Serve immediately. Dressing is also good served over spinach or leaf lettuce.
Mix dry ingredients ... Cook on slow heat until thickened. Take off stove and add butter. Stir, cool and add to potato salad. Has a nice sweet-sour taste.
Boil potatoes until ... packages of Italian Dressing mix and stir ... stir well. Chill salad 4 hours and ... tastes best when made the day before. . Boyette
Mix all ingredients ... milk. Pour onto salad greens: Chinese cabbage ... salad. Add milk last and mix well. Put dressing on right before time to serve.
Slice potatoes round ... to layer. Pour dressing over salad. In a ... onion salt. Stir. Add vinegar. Mix well. Fill the rest of the cup with vegetable oil.
Cook bacon until ... Make layers of potato, onion, bacon ... to taste. Pour DRESSING (above) over layered ... warm or cold. It is a favorite in our family.
Layer potatoes, eggs ... and pepper. Bring dressing ingredients to a ... may be served with or without the eggs and either warm or cold. Serves 8 to 10.
Boil potatoes with ... combine all except salad dressing, onion, potatoes, ... Fold in prepared potatoes and boiled eggs and refrigerate. Makes 8 servings.
Cook onion in butter. Add flour; stir and add vinegar, water, sugar, salt, and pepper. Cook 2 minutes. Add to potatoes along with parsley and ...
1. Peel, dice ... Slice Polish (or German) sausage and ... Add Creamy Italian Dressing. 6. Mix ... Serve hot. Note: Easy to take to covered-dish luncheon.
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