|Mrs Beeton's Favourite Cakes and Puddings|
|by Bridget Jones|
This cookery book provides the recipes for making over 500 cakes and puddings, from family favourites and tea-time treats to gateaux and other pud...
Tip: Try marinade soy sauce for more results.
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Blend or mix. Let sit in meat overnight.
Place prepared meat in marinade for 24 hours, turning meat often.
Combine all ingredients and add venison strips. Let venison strips stand in marinade for 6 hours ... dry 2 to 6 hours. Some pieces may take longer to dry.
Pour over meat and add ONLY enough water to cover meat. Refrigerate overnight or 24 hours in sealed bowl. If you are a garlic lover, don't be afraid ...
Mix all ingredients. Let stand for 1-3 days.
Makes 1 1/2 cups for 2 pound venison. Let venison soak for 24 hours. Stirring every 4 hours or so.
Mix ingredients and marinate meat 2-3 hours or overnight. Turn meat often.
Combine all ingredients in a shallow dish. Place in meat; poke holes with large fork or knife. Turn meat and repeat process. Cover and refrigerate at ...
Soak for 2 ... the "STICKY BONES SAUCE" Mix: Bring ... Add the above soy sauce, sherry mixture, ... for 2 hours with sauce on bad side then on good side.
Cut meat against ... frozen). Make a marinade for the meat by combining soy sauce, bouillon, ginger, ... dash sesame oil to taste. Serve over boiled rice.
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