Basic Cocktail Sauces Recipe
You will need:
3 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 tablespoon Worcester sauce
2 tablespoons thin cream salt and pepper little lemon juice
Mix all the ingredients together.
Tomato cocktail sauce: Add 1 tablespoon tomato pur6e to the basic sauce above.
You will need: small quantity lettuce 1 4-oz. can shrimps
3 tablespoons plain or tomato cocktail sauce little paprika
1 Shred the lettuce and put a little into the bottom of small glasses.
2 Arrange the shrimps on top.
3 Cover with cocktail sauce.
4 Sprinkle with paprika and garnish with lemon. Serve as cold as possible.
With other shellfish: Lobster or crab can be used in place of shrimps.
You will need:
1 small can tuna fillets 3 tablespoons plain or watercress tomato cocktail sauce 1 dessertspoon vinegar
1 Drain the oil from the fish and break the fish up into small pieces.
2 Chop the watercress and mix with the fish.
3 Add the cocktail sauce and the vinegar.
4 Put into small glasses and garnish with a sprig of watercress.
Except for special occasions this may be considered too expensive, but the prepared frozen smoked salmon now available makes a very popular hors-doeuvre.
To serve: Be sure the salmon is cut into very thin slices and that it is moist and oily. Generally allow 3-4 oz. for 3 people. Serve cayenne or paprika pepper and garnish with wedges of lemon. Serve with thin rolled brown bread and butter.
To make the rolled bread: Cut the crusts from slices of thinly cut, buttered brown bread and roll up.
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