Melt butter in double boiler, add sugar, salt, eggs and vinegar, stirring after each. Continue cooking until mixture is quite thick. Remove from heat. Add cream cheese. Mix until smooth. Fold in carrots, onion and green pepper. Serve with cracker.
Chinese cabbage can also be substituted for celery. You can also add green onions.
Put 2-3 Tbsp oil in the wok. Add ginger root, green onion, mushroom and shrimp if used, then meat. When cooked add tsp salt and 5 Tbsp water. Add 2 tsp sugar and ½ tsp of soya sauce. Cook until meat is cooked and set aside.
Put 2-3 Tbsp of oil in the wok, add carrots, cook slightly, add celery(or cabbage) then bean sprouts, ½ tsp salt, 1 tsp sugar. Add meat again and add 1 Tbsp soya sauce. Mix 2 tbsp corn starch with a little water and add. Stir well so the corn starch cooks. Whip up egg, brush on edges of egg roll casing to seal. Deep fry @ 350. Stand on edge to cool and they will remain crisp.
In saucepan, crush half of strawberries- stir in cornstarch, sugar and lemon juice. Cook over medium heat, stirring until clear and thickened; cool. Cut rest of berries in half, fold into cooked mixture., turn into crust. Refrigerate until well chilled. Mix up whipped cream and put on pie.
Cook beets in skins until tender, make sure to leave a little bit of green at the top of your beet when boiling so your colour doesn't bleed out. Run under cold water and slip off skin. Slice and place in jars.
Boil the remaining ingredients for 5 minutes with spices in cheesecloth. Pour liquid on beets immediately. Seal immediately.
If bottle doesn't seal properly once cooled, remove lid, apply new lid and boil bottle for 5 minutes. I get 5 500ml jars out of one batch.
This is a new recipe for our house that I absolutely love. If you like easy and delicious this is your rice to make. My friend Tanya made it for church potluck the other month and I've been thinking about it ever since. She kindly shared the recipe with me the other day and I've been enjoying it lots!! It's a great dish if you have a bunch of people to feed.....
Kirha's Rice ( Tanya's sister in law)
2 cups long grain rice
3 ½ cups of water
¼ cup of oil
½ cup soya sauce
frozen peas ( I used 1 cup)
frozen corn ( I used 1 cup)
1 cup chopped celery
1 can mushrooms & juice
1 cup chopped green peppers
Put in roasting pan in order and mix. Bake covered at 335º F for 1 hour.