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PARSLEY LIQUOR

RECIPE

This recipe for Parsley Liquor came from The Geat British Kitchen web site (whihc is no loger available) and was reproduced with the permission of The British Food Trust which ran the site.

The British Food Trust websitewas a major resource for all those in the UK and around the world who are enthusiasts for British cooking, its past traditions and future potential. Most of the recipes on the Trust's web site were indeed traditional and, taken together, define the legacy of British Cuisine. But of course cooking and recipes are ever-changing, no more so than with British cooking, which has always been hugely influenced by other cultures, many of which are now part and parcel of our contemporary cuisine. The Trust's overriding interest, then, was not that everything in the Kitchen should be the pre-War idea of British, important though that foundation is, but to share and enjoy the rich diversity of the culinary life that is readily found in the British Kitchen today (wherever in the world that Kitchen may be!).

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This is a recipe for the famous green gravy that is served with the East End (London, UK) speciality of Pie, Mash and Liquor.

Ingredients Parsley Liquor

25g Butter (1 oz)
25g Plain flour (1 oz)
300ml Water (10 fl oz)
4 tbsp Chopped fresh parsley
Salt and freshly ground pepper
1 tsp Malt vinegar, optional

How to make Parsley Liquor

  • Melt the butter in a saucepan. Add the flour and cook for 1 minute.
  • Gradually add the water or stock. Bring to the boil, stirring continuously. Add the parsley and seasoning and vinegar if using.

Note:

You can use chicken stock to make your Parsley Liquor in place of the water

Serves 4

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