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Simple Colouring For Jellies Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Colouring For Jellies.

For a beautiful Red, take fifteen grains of cochineal in the finest powder, and a dram and a half of cream of tartar. Boil them in half a pint of water very slowly for half an hour, adding a bit of alum the size of a pea. Or use beet root sliced, and some liquor poured over. For White, use cream. Or almonds finely powdered, with a spoonful of water. For Yellow, yolks of eggs, or a little saffron steeped in the liquor and squeezed. For Green, spinach or beet leaves bruised and pressed, and the juice boiled to take off the rawness. Any of these will do to stain jellies, ices, or cakes.8


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