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Put first 6 ingredients in pressure cooker and cook ... taste. Stir. Add half and half and cook, stirring often, until slightly thickened and heated through.
Flake fish; remove larger ... Mix lightly. Form into patties and fry until light brown. Drain on absorbent paper. Can be made up ahead of time and frozen.
Use pints. Pack fish in jars, add ... jar. Cook in pressure cooker at 10 ... for one hour and forty minutes. Makes 10 pints. Very good just like salmon.
Wash fish thoroughly in fresh ... any liquid. Seal jars with sterilized lids and rings. Process in pressure cooker for 100 minutes at 10 pounds pressure.
Mix above ingredients ... filleted and skinned fish in jars tightly, ... Put jars in pressure canner and cook ... from 35 to 45 minutes for a large kettle.
Cut heads, tails ... until used, pack fish in pint jars, ... hands. Pack in pressure cooker. Cook at ... When cool check seals and store in cool dry place.
Cut up fish and pack into ... and 1 teaspoon catsup. Wipe dry the rims of jars and seal. Process in pressure cooker for 90 minutes at 10 pounds pressure.
Add all the ingredients together, then pressure cook 15 pounds pressure 60 minutes, cut into quarters.
Red Horse, Suckers, ... 90 minutes in pressure cooker at 10 ... pressure cooker and can be eaten. Use canned fish to make salmon loaf or salmon patties.
Fillet fish, leaving the ... Place jars in pressure cooker or canner. ... recipe calling for cooked fish, such as fish cakes, croquettes, salads, dips, etc.
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