Peach and Ginger-Ale Salad


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A jellied salad, delicately flavoured with ginger.

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Setting Time: 35 mins.
Preparation Time: 
Serves 15.
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Ingredients


1 packet (100 grams) lemon jelly
3/4 cup ginger ale
2 tsp powdered sugar
2 tsp lemon juice
1/2 tsp salt
1 large can (850 grams) peaches
2 tbsp chopped walnuts (akhrot)
2 tbsp chopped celery

For decoration
salad leaves
Salad Cream
a few cherries

Method
  1. Disslove the jelly in 2 teacups of boiling water.
  2. Cool and add the ginger-ale, salt, sugar and lemon juice. Mix well.
  3. Set the mixture partially in the refrigerator.
  4. Slice the peaches.
  5. When the jelly is partially set, break it up and add about three-quarters of the sliced peaches and all the celery and walnuts. Mix well.
  6. Put to set in any attractive mould/s of 4 teacups capacity.
  7. Just before serving, dip the mould/s in hot water for a few seconds, loosen the sides and unmould on a plate.
  8. Surround the salad with salad leaves and the remaining peach slices.
  9. Decorate with salad cream and cherries.
  10. Serve cold.

Tips
  1. If you do not like the sharp taste of ginger- ale, make use of syrup from the peach tin.
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 on 07 Jan 10 09:31 PM