|The Luscious Low-Fat Cookbook|
|by Tony Guy|
Whether you want to lose weight, maintain your current weight or simply eat more healthily, this beautiful colour book is for you.
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Cut grapefruit hulls in thin ... do not use any water this time, let cook slowly until all syrup cooks away. Remove from fire; roll in granulated sugar.
Prepare peel: Using ... is dissolved. Add grapefruit peel; return to ... tightly covered containers in cool dry place up to 4 weeks. Makes about 1 pound.
Cut grapefruit in half and ... citrus tang. Then package in gift containers, bowls, plates. Does not have to be refrigerated or kept in an airtight container.
Cut peel from thick skinned fruit in lengthwise sections. Cover with cold water; bring to boil. Boil for 15 minutes; drain. Put 2 cups sugar and 1 ...
Peel from 3 to 5 grapefruit (can be stored ... overnight on paper towels. Next day sprinkle with sugar and let dry in open 3 days. Store in refrigerator.
Boil all together for 1 hour or until candied. Have confectioners' sugar ready on cookie sheet and roll grapefruit to cover.
Remove the peel from grapefruit and cut into ... will be sticky. Place peels in a separate bowl and add sugar, enough to coat the peel. Let dry 24 hours.
Soak peel overnight in 1 quart cold water containing 1 tablespoon salt. Drain. Cover and slow boil, then simmer 20 minutes. Drain. Repeat process a ...
Cut, peel in strips and remove part of the membrane. Cover peel with cold water and boil 20 minutes. Repeat 2 more times. Drain. Combine sugar, water ...
Place peel in a 2 quart saucepan, cover with cold water and add salt. Place over medium heat, bring to boil and keep water at a low boil for about 10 ...
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