Burkhart-MiddleEasternFoods

Burkhart-MiddleEasternFoods - Middle Eastern Foods These...

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These are just some ideas for tonight. I will try and look up more tomorrow. I thought that this sounded disgusting, and it is pink! It is Arabic Pickled Turnips. I couldn’t find a whole lot more of information on where it came from. I can look up more info when I have some more time. Boil in water until tender; peel, cool, quarter and set aside: 1 large beet Drop into boiling water for 2 to 3 minutes: 4 small turnips or 3 medium-size turnips, quartered Remove turnips and peel them. They will have a silky texture. Place in hot sterilized 1-pint wide-mouth jar, packing between each turnip: 1 cooked beet quarter 2 to 3 slivers of garlic clove 2 to 3 sprigs young celery leaves Combine and bring to boil: 1/2 cup each white vinegar and water 1 Tbs. coarse salt Fill jar with vinegar mixture, seal and store in warm place 10 days. Makes 1 pint. We could also do pickled Lemons. They don’t sound so appetizing either. Lamoun Makbouss
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