|Disease Prevention Cookbook|
|by Clara Schneider|
An innovative new cookbook designed to promote a hearthealthy lifestyle and to prevent diseaseThe rising numbers of overweight people in the world...
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Cook beef shin ... prevent lumps. Grind liver with onion, bread ... into hot broth. Boil 20 minutes. Watch carefully so it doesn't boil over! Serve hot.
Cover with water. Simmer until meat is tender. Blend all ingredients. Mold in balls the size of walnuts, using flour on the fingers. Drop into ...
Put into a ... Put into bowl with liver mixture. Add 1 1/4 cups bread crumbs and 5 tablespoons flour to thicken, salt and pepper to taste - mix together.
Skin or remove fiber from liver. Grind until ... and permit the dumplings to "steam" in ... garnish with magi, nutmeg, or fine sliced green salad onions.
Grind together liver, onion and ... beat well. Add salt and pepper and flour. Mix again and drop into hot broth or soup by tablespoon. Cook 30-45 minutes.
Remove skin and veins from the liver. Put into ... to shape round dumplings. Drop into ... Sprinkle with parsley an serve with crisp crackers. Makes 4 servings.
Grind liver, suet, onion and parsley. Mix, add 1 egg, flour, salt and pepper. Stir well. Drop from teaspoon in soup stock. Boil 20 minutes.
Put liver through meat grinder. ... about 10 minutes. (Dumplings will rise to ... water when done.) Serve with melted butter, if desired. 4 to 6 servings.
Simmer the liver in water for ... to make a stiff batter. Drop from a tablespoon into boiling soup or meat broth and cook for 30 minutes, tightly covered.
Grind liver and onion together. ... at 350°F for 1/2 to 1 hour, depending on size of meat balls. The heart and gizzard may also be ground and added.
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