Other Recipes from SAUCES.A Rich Brown Gravy.
A Good Gravy For Roast Fowls.
Another Excellent Receipt.
A Fine Sauce For Steaks.
A Fish Sauce Without Butter.
A Fine Fish Sauce.
Sauce For Ducks.
Apple Sauce For Goose.
To Draw Good Gravy.
Sauce Robert For Steaks.
Savory Herb Powder.
English Egg Sauce.
Devonshire Sauce(Sauces.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)
Cut any quantity of young walnuts into small pieces; sprinkle a little
salt on them; next day, pound them in a mortar and squeeze the juice
through a coarse thin cloth, such as is used for cheese. To a pint of
juice add a pound of anchovies, and boil them slowly till the anchovies
are dissolved. Strain it; add half a pint of white wine vinegar, half an
ounce of mace, half an ounce of cloves, and forty peppercorns; boil it a
quarter of an hour, and, when cold, rack it off and bottle it. A quarter
of a pint of vinegar put to the dregs that have been strained off, and
well boiled up, makes an excellent seasoning for the cook's use in
hashes, fish sauce, &c.
Viewed 1862 times.
Most Viewed Recipes from The Lady's Own Cookery BookPig To Barbicue
To Thicken Butter For Peas &c
Black Or Red Currant Jelly
Raisin Wine No 2
Plain Orange Pudding
Forcemeat No 2
Partridge A La Paysanne
Leg Of Mutton Or Beef To Hash
Seasoning For Soups And Brown Sauces
Least Viewed Recipes from The Lady's Own Cookery BookEnglish Hams To Make Like Westphalia No 1
English Hams To Make Like Westphalia No 2
English Hams To Make Like Westphalia No 3
Lobsters To Stew
West India Soup Called Pepper Pot
Currant Wine No 2
Dinner For Six Persons
Spring Of Pork To Roast
Savoury Jelly For A Turkey
India Pickle Called Picolili No 1
Mushrooms No 4
Spanish Onions Mango Of
White Currant Wine
|Home Made Cookies.ca|