|Dinner at Buckingham Palace|
|by Charles Oliver|
A treasure trove of recipes, menus, photos, and stories drawn from the diaries, recollections, and personal mementos of royal servant Charles Oliver.
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Use cookie cutters to cut a shape from the center of a ... slice of bread in a frying pan; ... done. Be sure to "toast" cut-outs also. Kids love these!
Sift the flour, baking powder ... chicken or meat in a buttered casserole. ... part of the Australian cuisine and is popular throughout the entire country.
Oven temperature: 425 ... salt. Set aside in a cool place. ... 30 minutes until the batter is puffed and golden brown. Serve immediately with brown gravy.
Fry the sausage until lightly ... rendered. Place sausage in a 9-inch square ... become puffed crisp and golden brown. Serve with green salad and vegetable.
Cut out center ... inch round cutter. In small skillet, melt ... egg onto center hole. Reduce heat ... and include cut out if you wish. Makes 1 serving.
Chop sausages to bite-sizes and brown in pan. Make batter ... heat up. Add batter 1/2 way up each section. Cook for 15 minutes until puffed up and brown.
Remove center from bread with biscuit cutter. Brown in butter on one side, then turn. Slip egg into "hole". Cook egg to desired firmness. Season to taste.
Brown pork sausage, drain off fat. Combine in a 2-quart casserole: ... crumbs. Mix well. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 60 minutes or until it is set well.
Make the batter and refrigerate. Heat the lard in a roasting tin ... bake until well risen. Serve at once with beef or as a sweet with jam or syrup sauce.
Fry the sausage until lightly ... rendered. Place sausages in a 9" baking ... 30 minutes. The batter will become puffed, crisp and golden brown. Serves 4.
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