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TURNIP SALAD(Salads And Sauces) - (The Art Of Living In Australia)
4 Young Turnips
2 Spring Onions--1 1/2d.
2 Boiled Potatoes--1/2d.
Half a Lettuce--1/2d.
Total Cost--6 1/2 d.
Peel and slice up the turnips and boil them for twenty minutes,
or until soft. Let them get quite cold. Shred up very small the onions,
and slice up the potatoes. Break up half a lettuce. Arrange these
neatly in a bowl and pour over a simple salad dressing or remoulade
GERMAN TURNIP SALADThis is the manner in which Aunt Sarah made turnip salad: She pared
and sliced thin on a slaw cutter 5 large, solid turnips, put them in a
stew-pan which she placed on the range, adding about 1/4 cup hot
water, 1 teaspoonful of butter and 1/4 teaspoonful of sugar (no more).
She covered the stew-pan closely and steamed about half an hour until
the turnips were tender. Then mixed together 1 teaspoonful of flour
with 1 tablespoonful of vinegar and yolk of one egg. This was poured
over the stewed turnips, just allowed to come to a boil, then removed
from the fire. Add a little salt and serve hot.
Turnip SaladSlice very thin three or four turnips; put them to soak over night,
change the water the next morning, then cut up very fine, put on salt,
pepper, celery salt, or celery seed and vinegar.
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