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bay leaf, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil, turn down heat, cover
and simmer 15 minutes.
Put cabbage leaves in a large saucepan and cover with
boiling water. Boil 2 minutes. Lift out cabbage leaves and
drain. Cut away the tough vein at the bottom of each leaf.
Combine ham, potato, 1 chopped small onion, mustard,
cloves, and egg, blending well.
Put a scant Vi cup of this mixture on each cabbage leaf.
Roll leaves up around ham filling, starting at side of leaf where
vein was cut away. Tuck in the ends of the cabbage leaves so
that the meat is tightly wrapped. Add the cabbage rolls to the
sauce after it has simmered for the first 15 minutes. Cover the
pan and simmer 30 minutes.
Add carrots and simmer 15 minutes. Add green peppers
and simmer 10 minutes more. Add water to sauce if liquid has
ANSWER For the reader who wanted more recipes for
salad dressings. Here are some from D. Horst, N.Y.; Barbara
Shirey, Ligonier; and others.
Mexican Salad Dressing
Vi medium chopped onion
V* cup sugar
1 teaspoon celery seed
1 teaspoon mustard
1 cup oil
1 teaspoon salt
'A teaspoon pepper
Vi cup vinegar
Chop onion in blendei;..Add remaining ingredients and
blend. May be stored in refrigerator for one month. Shake well
before each use as it separates.
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Vi cup sugar
1 teaspoon mustard
1 teaspoon salt
1 small onion
'A cup vinegar
Vi cup vegetable oil
'A cup mayonnaise
% cup catsup
Blend all ingredients well and refrigerate. Shake well
4 slices bacon
'A cup sugar
!A teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 beaten egg
V* cup vinegar
1 cup water
Fry bacon slowly until browned and crisp. Drain off all but
one tablespon bacon fat.
Mix sugar, salt, and cornstarch. Mix together beaten egg,
vinegar, and water and add to sugar mixture.
Pour mixture into skillet with bacon and one tablespoon fat.
Cook to desired thickness, stirring constantly. Chop a small
onion into the dressing before placing on greens such as
endive or lettuce. Also good as a dressing for hot potato salad.
ANSWER A reader wanted to know how we determine
whose answer to use when we receive duplicate answers.
Generally we try to use recipes from a variety of readers.
Some readers send in batches of recipes on a regular basis. If
we haven’t received other answers, we will use those, but we
don't like to limit printing recipes from a few readers. Some
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received. If there is room, we sometimes print additional
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appear several months later but if too many similar recipes
are received, it may never appear. Sometimes one person
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ANSWER —Dolly Getty. Oxford, wanted recipes for muffin
mix and quick bread mix in which the dry ingredients may be
combined ahead of time and stored until ready to bake.
Thanks to Mrs. Anthony Hathaway, Pittstown; Sarah Pine,
Altoona, and others for sending recipes.
9 cups flour
% cup baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
% cup sugar
2 cups shortening
1 cup milk powder
Mix together all dry ingredients. Cut in the shortening. Store
in a cool place in air-tight container.
For biscuits: 3 cups Master Mix plus % cup water. Mix
together, roll out dough, cut into shapes. Bake in 400 degree
oven until lightly browned.
Muffins: 3 cups Master Mix, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 cup
water, and 1 egg. Mix together and drop into greased cup
cake pans. Bake at 425 degrees
Waffles: 3 cups Master Mix, 1 egg, 1 Vi cups water, Bake in
Corn bread: I'A cups Master Mix, *A cup cornmeal,
'A teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 cup milk, and 1 egg.
Bake in greased pan at 450 degrees.
Coffee Cake: 3 cups Master Mix, 'A cup sugar, % cup milk,
1 egg. Top with mixture of 'A cup brown sugar, 1 tablespoon
flour, 'A teaspoon cinnamon, and 1 tablespoon butter.
Basic Quick Bread Mix
I V* cups unbleached all-purpose flour
Vt cup whole wheat flour
'A cup brown sugar
% cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
Vt teaspoon baking soda
'A teaspoon salt
Mix all Ingredients until thoroughly blended. Store in an air
tight container at room temperature until ready to use. Stir
before measuring for recipes. Ingredients may be doubled or
tripled and stored as directed above. Makes 3 cups.
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, March 18, 1995-813
Thousand Island Dressing
(like Bisquick Mix)