|Dress 'Em Out|
|by James A. Smith|
For hunters who want more know-how on processing their catch from field to table, Dress'em Out is the complete source.
111 - 120 of 218 for fruit salad dressing
Beat egg; add ... boil for about a minute. The dressing will be rather thin and very foamy. It thickens when cold. For special occasions, add whipped cream.
Put in double boiler, beat well. Cool until thickened.
In a medium ... Makes 1 cup dressing. Per diet serving; 1 cup fruit, 2 tbsp. dressing; 100 calories, 3 grams protein, 0 grams fat, 22 grams carbohydrate.
Blend all in ... pour over fresh fruit of choice. Good ... for a single serving for lunch. Can just use couple spoonfuls at a time. Yield: Couple of cups.
Beat eggs until ... and sugar. Add fruit juices and cook ... add amount of dressing desired. Fruit bowl ... melons, grapes, mandarin oranges, cherries, etc.
Beat: Add: Take ... ingredients. Cook until thick. Add: Let cool. Add other half and crushed pineapple. Add 1 tablespoon of poppy seeds. Pour over fresh fruit.
Heat to boiling ... amount of hot fruit syrup slowly. Return ... heat and cook until thickened. Cool. Fold in whipped cream and nutmeg. Makes 1 1/2 cups.
Toss together in a deep bowl and chill.
Mix flour and ... Cool. When ready to serve, mix into equal parts of whipped cream. Delicious on cranberry salad. Also good on Waldorf or any fruit salad.
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