|Oils and Vinegars|
|by Jean-Francois Plante|
Oils and vinegars are too often regarded as a modest ingredient used only to sprinkle on salads.
Results 1 - 10 of 103 for juice apple cider vinegar
Peel and core apples; cut into ... water, and lemon juice in a large ... boiling-water bath for 20 minutes (quarts or pints). Yield: 2 quarts or 4 pints.
In small pan ... mix well. Add vinegar and pineapple juice. Cook over ... Cool completely. Combine apples, pineapple and ... set. Best if made a day ahead.
Mix all ingredients ... and bring to a boil; cook and stir until thick and bubbly for at least one minute. Serve with pork. Optional garnish: apple wedges.
Combine flour and ... and sugar. Add vinegar and reserved pineapple juice. Cook in ... cooled dressing over apples, pineapple, and ... garnish. Yield: 10 servings.
Combine flour and ... flour/sugar mixture. Add vinegar and reserved pineapple juice. Cook over ... cooled dressing over apples, pineapple and ... Serves 8 to 10.
Remove stems from ... pieces. Combine spinach, apple and celery in ... Sprinkle with lemon juice; toss well. Combine vinegar and remaining ingredients ... - 45; calcium -56.
Combine flour and ... and sugar. Add vinegar and juice; cook until ... cooled dressing over apples, pineapple, and ... additional peanuts over top for garnish.
Cook first 5 ingredients over medium heat until thick, cool. When ready to serve add the cool whip, apples and nuts. Mix and serve.
Blend sauce ingredients. Cook over low heat and allow to cool completely. Fold in Cool Whip. Mix with apples, pineapple and peanuts. Great side dish.
Mix flour, sugar, pineapple juice, egg, and vinegar into small saucepan. ... Add pineapple and apples. Add 1/2 of nuts; mix. Sprinkle rest of nuts on top.
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