|The Colman's Mustard Cookbook|
|by Paul Hartley|
This gift/cookery book features 50 searingly hot recipes for lovers of the much loved and iconic mustard from Norwich.
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Wash potatoes, peel and cut into small cubes. Wash again, place in large pot and sprinkle with salt. Cook until tender. Remove from heat, drain and ...
Cook macaroni and ... ingredients and mix with enough mayonnaise to stick together, a teaspoon of mustard put a little zest to the taste but is optional.
Cook carrots until ... dressing, soup, salt, mustard, paprika, vinegar ... better when made the day before. Will keep in the refrigerator for two weeks.
Wash and peel cucumbers. Slice and put in pan. Add a pinch of salt and mix together. Cover with ice cubes on top of slices for about 2 hours. Drain ...
Boil 1 hour, then sieve. Add 10 tablespoons cornstarch (make paste with a little water). Boil until thick and constantly stir approximately 30 ...
Drain liquid from the jar of pickles. Cut pickles ... celery seed, and mustard seed. Bring to ... cool, then refrigerate at least 1 week. 1 quart pickles.
In a clean cloth pound the cinnamon sticks and ginger root until finely crumbled. Discard stringy portion of ginger root. Mix all ingredients ...
Bring to brisk boil and simmer briskly until 1/2 volume. Add to:
Dissolve Tender Quick and any additional salt in the water and mix well with meat. Sprinkle remaining ingredients over surface of meat. Mix all ...
(Chicken may be marinated). Put chicken on grill (hot coals) and start sauce. Combine all other ingredients, in a saucepan on low heat. Cook until ...
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