|by Clare Gordon-Smith|
Explains how to use the growing assortment of vinegars to enhance everyday cooking and provides thirty any-occasion recipes that include Soiced Ma...
11 - 20 of 56 for boil vinegar
Cut up enough lettuce to fill bowl. Slice eggs and add to lettuce. Put in onion and vinegar. Put on enough mayonnaise to coat lettuce and toss.
In large bowl ... saucepan combine oil, vinegar, and seasoning ... Bring mixture to boil and pour over cabbage. Cover tightly and refrigerate overnight.
Boil until it spins a thread, then add 1 cup cider vinegar. Let cool and refrigerate in a GLASS jar.
Mix dry ingredients. Add oil and vinegar. Heat in double boiler. Add two eggs (beaten). Stir until thick.
Wash and drain shrimp. Bring to boil water, vinegar and salt. Place ... May be eaten hot with drawn butter or cold with seafood cocktail sauce. Serves 4.
Shred and mix together well. Heat until boiling: Let stand overnight in refrigerator. Improves with age.
Mix all ingredients together and put in the bottom of steamer. Place shrimp in basket and steam for 15 minutes. Shake twice during steaming.
Mix in order ... bring to quick boil stirring constantly to ... minutes. Cool and store in refrigerator. Excellent dressing for coleslaw or potato salad.
Combine ingredients, blend until smooth, cook until boiling for 2 or 3 minutes, cool slightly, add 1 tablespoon butter. This dressing is especially ...
Scrub ham with a brush and scrape it well. Let soak in cold water overnight or longer if the ham is very old and large. Put in a large kettle and ...
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