|"Ready Steady Cook": No.1|
|by Antony Worrall Thompson|
Linked to BBC2's cookery game-show, this book presents the authors' solutions to the challenge of cooking food from limited ingredients in 20 minutes.
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Choose freshly picked, ... color of the piccalilli. Ladle the ... headspace and seal. Process in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes. This recipe may be halved.
Chop the tomatoes, gherkins, peppers and onions, mix with the salt and set aside for 12 hours. Drain well, then press to get out all superfluous ...
Put tomatoes, peppers and onions through medium food chopper, or can use food processor. Drain off part of the juice. Add rest of ingredients and ...
Chop tomatoes and onions. Cover with salt and let stand overnight. Drain and add brown sugar, chopped peppers and celery, vinegar and spices tied in ...
Chop tomatoes (coarse); sprinkle 1 cup salt over them and set overnight. In the morning pour cold water over to wash off salt and let drain. Grind ...
Wash vegetables; put through food chopper using medium blade. Drain. Place vegetables in a large kettle; add 1 quart vinegar. Boil 30 minutes, ...
Chop tomatoes, peppers and onions very fine. Stir with salt; let mixture stand overnight. Rinse with water. Add remaining ingredients. Cook until ...
Chop separately rather fine. Mix through with salt. Mix all together and drain in a cheesecloth bag overnight. Put in a kettle and cover with the ...
Wash all vegetables. Put through food chopper, using medium blade. Drain. Place vegetables in a large kettle; add 1 quart vinegar. Boil for 30 ...
Coarsely chop with a food processor or grinder. Sprinkle with 1/4 cup of salt and let stand overnight in a covered container. Drain well and transfer ...
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