Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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I VVjb.iMi-i'UUR ALTUiN EVENING TELEGRAPH THUKSJUA *, bh,F 1 h,MtfH,K 12, Acquires New Status Pressure Cooker Not Dull RV rorrv c\\NON , Hassjr white rnpont;;; a hlnn- rrlntivrs. thr p<M<; rlr crrnip. arp'rd with 2 rlovps; 1 small carrot. For a lone timr. thr prossnre' quoftr of vral prepared in t h r lir '"C mndr nowadays without sliced; 1 small piece celery. Cook pnoker has rndnrrd for pivyJiicins quick, repntntion pressure cooker in less than one- sr;lldilu -' thfl milk, without strain economical fourth the usual time. Here in the according manufacturer's in- the mixture, without any fuss-, struclions under pressure 12 min- ins whatsoever in just 3 minutes nti's. Brinu down pressure inline-! eggs: 1 cup heavy cream: 2 cups milk. Add 2 teaspoons instant coffee; H teaspoon salt: 1 teaspoon I vanilla if desired. Butter 6 cus re cooker. I'mlcr Pressure diatolv. The meat should he ten- dc firm. Add and nutritious but often dread-i States we've perfected a tpch-.jn the piessi fully stodgy food. Lately, howpv-j nique of adding a can of chicken Rlnm|iir</i er. the picture has been chang- j cravy to the sauco instead of' To serve (i. have '.', pounds of chicken gravy: 2 ((i-ouncp) tins ing. Tlir pressure cooker has ac-J slopping to make a velotife sauce. veal cut into inch cubes. Place < whole hotton mushrooms: .1 fa quired new status. From gourmets. And why aren't \ve all shout-Jin a pressure cooker with enougii. hlrspoons lemon juice; s; yet.' ing from (lip housetops the news hot water or chicken slock to cov pepper lo taste. Allow to sim- It was in Paris last year that that the smoothest, silkiest, cream er the hoi torn of the pan ahou; mcr uncovered about 5 minutes I discovered the most famous ofjiest custards and their French one inch deep. Add 1 onion, stuff-, longer. Add 1 can small white I onions which have been drained ! and lightly tossed in butter. At ! serving time, place 2 slightly i beaten egg yolks into a large ! warmed serving dish. Slowly, a 1 little at a time, stir in some of 'the sauce before adding all the) 'meat and gravy. Keep warm but j 'do not allow to boil. Sprinkle with I i chopped parsley. '. French chefs will tell you that By EDITH M. BARBER |ing water. Add one tablespoon: cream and 1 cup chicken Sweetbreads should be elassi-| v '"Pgaf and one tablespoon salt., slock fied with kidney and liver as' 1 " 0 ' comp to a lloil and simmpr. 1 pimiento. cut in strips "variety meats." That is a polite! ovpr lwv h(?at /or fiftepn minutes. 1 lablespoon lemon juicr Pour cups or mixture Too Many Neutrals Broiled Sweetbreads Are Delicious Meat to Give Your Menu Variety French ramekins. into cups leaving .jal least 'u inch at the top. Covei cups with aluminum foil pressing aiididw' 1 edges firmly, and hold in place with rubber bands. At range cups on rack in pressure cooker. Add 1 cup boiling watei to the cooker. Cook under pressure 3 minutes. Bring down pressure immediately and remove custard cups. Serve warm or cool. f© 19fi3. General Features Corp.) c "» sweetbreads in small piec- lit proper blanquette must always be garnished with heart-shaped croutons, So cut sliced w bite bread with a heart-shaped cook-, ', ie cutter. Brown on both sides term for "inards." Most persons' Drain - Plun g p in ..... ..... actively like or dislike kidney and ?_ niin _ ^j",..?^ !T. mo !' PJ ™ C ™J!L!'_""'_™^ ^'^iL^'" foaming hot bullor or mar-gar liver. They are neutral in regard to sweetbreads. There are those who consider branes and tubes. Dry and brush butter, add onion and mushrooms, with melted butter and sprinkle I and cook over low heat 3 minutes. with salt and pepper. Broil three Stir in flour, salt, and pepper, and' when well blended, add milk or| them a delicacy and they are us- inchcs from the heat until 8° lden , ually expensive when thev are to' hrown ' alx)Ut ten minutes. Turn j cream and chicken stock, stirring be seen in the market. Most ofi occasionallv ' '"" '" ""'" "'"- : -'---- me. P.S. — Without a er, veal must be c< minutes. essure oook- ced 45 to 60 them are purchased by restaurants of the better type. If your meat dealer knows that you like sweetbreads, he will make an effort to get them for you and if they are well prepared, the family may accept them with enthusiasm. BROILED SWEETBREADS Wash sweetbreads thoroughly in cold water. Cover with boil- SWEETBKEADS WITH Ml'SHROOMS 2 pairs cooked sweetbreads \4 cup butter 1 tablespoon minced onion Vi pound (1 cup) sliced much- rooms 3 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 2 cups rich milk or 1 cup constantly until mixture thickens 1 Meal of The Day .... . ,, ,. . . Blanquette Under Pressure! and boils. Add sweetbreads, pi- „ ,. ,. . _ , .... __, Button Mushrooms Baby Onions, Water- el aoin shrdlu Water- Salad. . , , . . . nil miento and lemon juice. Reheat,, . c , , ,, . , . .. , ,. i Heart Shaped Croutons, and serve in patty shells or on:.-.., „ , , , . ... ,, r .. ., , ' 0 ra-.S lad.at toast. Yield: 6 servulgs. Note: .. . c . , _ i,.,,, .. ttn ,. Heart-Shaped Croutons, I Instead of lemon juice, 2 table- • ,' , . _ , i spoons sherry may be added. ^ ™« G ™\<? Cal ™ t (Copyright 1963, General : ( ""T ^^ CrPmp ' Macaixwns Features Corp.) a " d , ^dy Fmgors Blanquette Under Pressure . . . OTTAWA — Canada will havei. See starred recipe, some new laws covering thej Coffee Pots de Creme. .. Beat,, sales of business houses. j but only until evenly blended, 4\ MILNOT UTTER "TRI-CITY SPECIAL" BRAND WITH COUPON BELOW Strawberry Preserves 49 C c. w. 2-lb. Jar With Coupon Below PRESERVES PRESERVES PRESERVES C. W, GRAPE JAM GRAPE JELLY APPLE JELLY c.w. Apricot C.W. Cherry C.W. Peach Welch Kraft l-lh. Jar 390 430 590 490 270 250 WONDER'S NEWEST! The First and Only NO LOOSE BAND INSIDE! Nothing to mess up slices or catch fingers! 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