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|Number of servings||20|
|Time required||2 hours|
|Ingredients||Allow for many of the following items:|
2 (large) cans of crushed or stewed tomatoes
1 good sized cabbage
1 cup half-n-half creamer
|Directions||Peel enough potatoes to cover the bottom of the huge pot. Add some sliced carrots, onions, green peppers, two tablespoons of butter and one tin of diced tomatoes. Allow your slices to be pretty big, you are going to be retrieving those potatoes later on. Add enough water to cover the food. Cover with lid and boil until potatoes are cooked.|
In another small pot, use "some" butter, one tin of tomatoes, some onion and green pepper. Boil it for a while.
In a large frying pan, melt some butter and fry some of the onions, green pepper, carrot, and 1/2 a head of finely shredded cabbage.
In a bowl, dice 1 potato, a green pepper, and the rest of the shredded cabbage.
Now by this time, your boiling stuff should be good to go. Go back to your first, biggest pot, and remove the potatoes. Mash the potatoes with 1 cup of half-n-half and some butter.
Put everything in your bowl (the one food filled item not on the stove) and put it in the big pot. Simmer for 10 minutes. After the ten minutes, put everything else into your huge pot. Cook for 'a while'.
|Notes||This is an old recipe, so the instructions are kinda vague and bizarre. Esentially you are boiling, frying, and throwing in a bit raw a stack of vegetables, which produces a nifty effect. This is the awsomest thing you will ever put in your mouth. When we make this, it is all I eat until it is gone. You need two or three plump Ukranian women to make this, because it is not so much difficult as time consuming. You also need a big kitchen and an even bigger pot. This dish will serve an entire starving nation or army of your choice.|
The recipie card for this was also unreadable. I had to get it translated. It was that faded and had that much food splattered on it.
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