STRAWBERRY SOUR CREAM FREEZE 6-8 servings 1% cups fresh or frozen 1 tablespoon lemon strawberries/ . sweetened Vt cup sugar juice 1 pint (2 cups) sour cream Thaw strawberries if frozen. Cut and sweeten fresh strawberries. Allow to stand. Add sugar, lemon juice, and sour cream and mix well. Pour into a refrigerator ice cube tray or individual molds and freeze. Do not stir. Serve topped with whipped cream if desired. DOWN SHORTCAKE 2 cups biscuit mix Vi cup milk 2 tbsp. sugar (if desired) Vi cup melted butter Mix all ingredients well with fork. Pat out)» of dough in round pan. Dot with butter. Pat out rest of dough and place on top. Bake 15 to 20 min. at 450 °. Split shortcake; spoon strawberries on bottom layer. Put second layer on split side up. Top with more berries. Spoon whipped cream over the top. Serves 6. No jam tastes like the kind you make yourself! Easy! Thrifty! No failures-^-and only one-minute boil with Certo or Sure-Jell! Sure-Jell and Certo are brands of pectin... the fruit substance that causes jelling. The. amount of pectin in fruits varies—so Sure-Jell or Certo takes the guesswork out of jam and jelly making. Easy recipes for all kinds of fruit with package and bottle. Stir in 7 cups sugar at once. Bring to full rolling boil; then boil hard 1 minute, stirring constantly. This short boil time means less juice boils away. So you get up to 50% higher yield— and fresher flavor! Tastes so much/better than any jam you can buy! Recipe for Strawberry Jam. Chop 2 quarts fully ripe berries. Mix "4Vi cups prepared fruit in large saucepan with 1 box of Sure-Jell. (Or use liquid Certo—recipe on bottle.) Stir over high heat until mixture comes to hard boil. Next step is even easier! Remove from heat; alternately stir and skim off foam for 5 min. Ladle quickly into 11 medium-size jars. (No paraffining with new type-jars!) Costs mere pennies a jar— and you can't fail! Get powdered Sure-Jell or liquid Certo—products of General Foods.
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