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how to make a food dehydrator Elizabethan Food Recipes

by:IKE Food Machinery     2019-06-11
The food recipes of the Elizabethan period were delicious and very pampered.Here are some delightful recipes you can try for breakfast or meals.
The Elizabethan era witnessed some introductions of different foods from the New World.It also expanded the use of sugar and increased the cultivation of beehives and fruit trees.New foods such as potatoes, tomatoes and Turkey were introduced in the Elizabethan era.Peppers, red peppers, peppers and peppers are also imported from the New World.Elizabethan food was prepared by various methods such as spitting, cooking, roasting, pickling, smoking and frying.Some of the common ingredients used in food recipes during the Elizabethan period are avens, borage, clary, dittany, galingale, hyssop, laver, Thanh, pellit blunderelle, Bulgari, cubeb, medlar, almond milk, warden, rotating sole, etc.
Some of the Elizabethan appetizers are delicious boiled salads, Mortis, whole grass soup, pickled mushrooms from Elizabethan period, and delicious thick soup.The main courses include regular boiled meat, roasted capons, stewed beef, etc.Some side dishes on the main course are asparagus with orange sauce, Lombard pie, stewed potatoes, butter ColaFlo, grand Salai, etc.After the main course is a variety of desserts, such as strawberry pie, crunch pudding, cheesecake, sacks, etc.
Here are some popular lips.You can prepare food recipes for parties or some special occasions.

Wash the mushrooms with a damp cloth (avoid cleaning under tap water as they absorb water and do not marinate properly ).Cut from its stem, less than 1 cm away from its hat.Add water, mushrooms and half of the salt to the pan and bring it to a boil.Once boiling is started, discharge the mushrooms immediately and put in a large screwtop jar.Add the spices, the remaining salt, and pour the white wine and vinegar on it.If the liquid above is not enough, add more white wine and vinegar.Cover the jar with plastic rings to protect the lid from corrosion.Put the jar upside down several times to make the spices evenly distributed in the acid lotion.Then store the jar in the shade for about 3-4 days before serving.

Preheat the oven to 220c.Put the beef slices in the baking tray, cover the melted butter and put in the oven.Then immediately reduce the heat to 80 degrees Celsius.Bake for about 30 minutes and cover with some remaining butter every five minutes.After cooking, put the beef aside and rest in a warm place.To make the sauce, put all the remaining ingredients (except egg yolk) in a pan and bring to a boil.Reduce the heat immediately and cook for about 15 minutes.Remove the 60 ml sauce and add the egg yolk to the sauce in the bowl.Beat it constantly so that it can mix correctly.Place the egg mixture in the pan and stir continuously until the sauce starts to thicken.At this point, add the gravy to the sauce and cook it for a few minutes.Place the beef slices on a heated plate, sprinkle the sauce on the meat and serve immediately.



Put the cream and cinnamon stick into the pan and save for a few minutes at low temperatures after boiling.Remove the mixture from the high temperature.Beat the eggs together and add a spoonful of egg mixture to the cream.Continue to stir until cream is added to all the eggs.At the same time, boil the bag and add sugar to dissolve it.Then join the nutmeg dormitory.Keep the cream mixture heated.Don't let it boil.Take it out of the heating.Let the sacks boil.Stir the cream mixture evenly and gently pour into the sweet bag.Remove nutmeg and cinnamon and keep it heated to thicken.Don't let it boil.This custard-Like a dessert, you can serve immediately, or you can pour it into a glass bowl and put it in the refrigerator for cold storage.You can dust the surface of the sack with caster sugar and cinnamon.
With the help of above-Mention gourmet recipes and win the hearts of guests.All the best.
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