|Illustrated Guide to Food Preparation|
|by Margaret McWilliams|
This popular laboratory manual helps readers prepare and evaluate a wide range of foods that are healthful, nutritious, and wonderful to eat.
Results 61 - 70 of 94 for freezing tomatoes peppers onions
Once-a-year expensive but ... heat. Add the onion, celery, bell pepper and garlic. Cook ... and add the tomatoes and tomato sauce. Continue cooking ... the rice. Serves 12.
In large pot ... Melt butter; add onions and celery. Add tomatoes, mushrooms, salt, pepper, garlic powder ... well. Freeze before cooking. Serves 12 to 14.
Double or triple ... brown meat, celery, pepper and onion; drain. Add ... frequently to keep from sticking to pot) for about an hour. (This freezes well.)
In 8 quart ... stew meat and onions; cook, stirring ... browned. Stir in tomato paste, water, paprika, salt, pepper and bay leaf; ... Prepare macaroni to serve.
Cook meat, onion and garlic until done. Drain. Add seasonings, tomato soup and tomato ... rice. Cool. Cook peppers in boiling, salted ... grated cheese before baking.
10 1/2 oz. ... in liquids from tomatoes and peppers. Add cut-up tomatoes, tomato paste, onion and garlic. Cut ... refrigerate or freeze. Freezing helps sauce retain flavor.
Crumble beef into ... in egg and onion, sage, thyme, nutmeg, and black pepper, mixing well. ... spread tops with tomato mixture. Wrap air-tight ... 55 minutes until done.
Heat oil, garlic, ... vegetables, soy sauce, peppers in a bowl. ... clear. Now add tomatoes and cashews, cook ... Omit tomatoes and cashews, then freeze.
Individual meatloaves bake ... in egg and onion, sage, thyme, nutmeg and black pepper; mixing well. ... spread tops with tomato mixture. Wrap airtight ... servings. Double the ingredients.
Put chicken in ... boil water. Add onions, tomatoes and cooked chicken ... sugar and chopped pepper pods. Add salt ... of canned.) When freezing, chill small ... glass jars are used.
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