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GREEN PEPPERS(Vegetables) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)
Sweet green peppers, within the last ten years have gained a place in
cookery in this country. Their flavor is depended on for soups. They are
used in stews. They are used for salad, and they are used much as a
separate vegetable in dozens of different ways.
BROILED GREEN PEPPERSBroil on all sides; place the broiled peppers in a dish of cold water so
that the skin can be easily removed. When the peppers are all peeled put
in a bowl or crock, add French dressing, and cover closely. These
peppers will keep all winter.
GREEN PEPPERS FOR SALADPut whole, green sweet pepper in boiling water and cook until tender.
Place on platter and drain. Make a dressing of vinegar, salt, sugar and
STUFFED GREEN PEPPERSFrom MRS. M. R. LEE, of Mississippi, Lady Manager.
Wash, scrape, and slice about half an inch thick; have a skillet
prepared with half pint hot water and a tablespoon butter; add the
parsnips, season with salt and pepper, cover closely and stew until
the water is cooked away, stirring occasionally to prevent burning.
When done the parsnips will be of a creamy, light brown color.
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