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By Des Moines. Plymouth church
Поваренная книга 1876
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With barley which has been boiled separately while the soup ; ; has been cooking. MINESTRONE. A FAVORITE ITALIAN THICK SOUP. Three quarts of boiling water well salted, one piece of pork the size of an egg one large clove of garlic chop the garlic fine with the pork this is absolutely essential one handful of lima beans, one-half a carrot, one-half a small turnip, both chopped fine add these to the water and boil for twenty minutes, then add two large tomatoes (stewed and strained), two potatoes chopped fine, one ear salt ; ; ; ; of corn, the kernels cut off one-half a medium sized cabbage use pieces of the leaves as large as your hand, but remove the thick stem, one-half a pint of rice; boil slowly, covered, one-half an hour or until the rice and cabbage are done, no longer, as the cabbage becomes watery if cooked too much.
Light, nutritious soups and broths should, however, find a frequent place on every table. Stock being the basis of all meat soups and sauces, it is essential that we should have a proper knowledge of the most complete and economical method of extracting from a certain quantity of meat the very best possible stock or broth. Meat is composed of fibres, fat, gelatine, osmazome and albumen. The fibres are inseparable and constitute the remains of the meat after long cooking. Fat is dissolved by boiling gelatine is dissolved and is the basis and most nutritious portion of the stock when it is abundant, the stock when cold becomes a jelly.
Cook in this, one-half Cook together one bay leaf, two cups of strained and stewed tomatoes, two slices of onion, ten peppercorns, two stalks of celery cut fine cook cup of rice until it is tender. ; for one-half hour, then strain into the stock, add one table- rub together one-half spoonful of Worcestershire sauce tablespoonful of butter and one and one-half tablespoonfuls stir this into the soup and cook for fifteen of cornstarch minutes, add one teaspoonful of salt, a little pepper, and ; ; serve hot.
A cook book by Des Moines. Plymouth church