[Sca-cooks] Sca-cooks Digest, Vol 30, Issue 44

Cat . tgrcat2001 at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 16 13:30:36 PDT 2008

Constanza dear,
you can always ping me directly for this sort of thing:

for 2-4 servings salad
1 cucumber or 150-200g leaf lettuce for instance frisee or nappa (not sure china-cabbage but should mean nappa)

to prepare:  empty the content of the bag into a salad bowl, add 1T water (for leaf lettuce you need 3T water) and 3T oil, stir.  The addition of vinegar is not required.  Let the prepared ingredients drain well (IE dry the lettuce) and mix under the prepared salad dressing.

Tip: Dill-herb dressing is also perfectly prepared with 4T yogurt, sweet (whipping) cream or sour cream in place of the oil.

In Service
Gwen Cat
swamped, but never too swamped for a quicky translation ;-)

> Subject: [Sca-cooks] OOP:  German translation help, please
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> I was wondering if anyone could help me out with some
> modern German.  
> I bought some powdered salad dressing mixes when we were
> stationed in 
> Wiesbaden.  I adored the cucumber salads that we were able
> to get and thought I could 
> do it myself when we returned Stateside.  Unfortunately, I
> never learned more 
> than "restaurant" speak so I haven't had much
> luck with the mix the times 
> I've tried it.  I could have sworn the real stuff was
> sour cream-y tasting, but 
> all I see that I recognize is water and oil.  
> I'm not sure how much of this is the instructions, but
> maybe someone could 
> pick out the relevant part and let me know what to do???  
> (Some of the words 
> will look funny because I don't have anyway to add the
> umlauts.)
> Please and THANK YOU.
> Constanza Marina de Huelva
> Fur 2-4 Portionen Salat:
> 1 Gurke oder 150-200 g Blattsalat z.B. Frisee oder
> Chinakohl
> Zubereitung:  Den Inhalt eines Beutels in eine
> Salatschussel geben, mit 1 EL 
> Wasser (bei Blattsalaten benotigen Sie 3 EL Wasser) und 3
> EL Ol verruhren.  
> Zugabe von Essig nicht erforderlich.  Vorbereitete Zutaten
> gut abtropfen lassen 
> und unter die fertige Salatsauce mischen.
> Tipp:  Dillkrauter - Dressing gelingt auch perfect mit 4 EL
> Joghurt, susser 
> oder sauerer Sahne an Stelle von Ol.


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