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Sauce A-la-remoulade No 3for Cold Chicken Or Lobster Salad(Sauces.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)
Two yolks of eggs boiled hard must be bruised very fine, with a
tea-spoonful of cold water; add a tea-spoonful of mustard, and two
table-spoonfuls of salad oil. When these are well mixed, add a
tea-spoonful of chopped parsley, one clove of shalot, and a little
tarragon; these must be chopped very fine, and well mixed; then add
three table-spoonfuls of vinegar and one of cream. The chicken or
lobster should be cut in small thick pieces (not sliced) and placed,
with small quarters of lettuces and hard eggs quartered, alternately, so
as to fill the dish in a varied form. The sauce is then poured over it.
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