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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1975)
AM A cookbook-great present
Feb. 1 4 'for someone vou love'
Last week in this column, disease risks were
discussed along with dietary recommendations by the
American Heart Association (AM A) concerning fat
and cholesterol. This week, I'll concentrate on
altering your recipes, to control fat and cholesterol,
and list some recipes from the AM A Cookbook.
One way to modify recipes and cooking is to use
egg whites rather than whole eggs. Use two egg whites
and one egg yolk along with some type of filling
when preparing an omelet.
Sauces & Pickles
Three methods to substitute polyunsaturated oil
or margarine for butter are: 1 tablespoon butter for 1
tablespoon margarine or 34 tablespoon oil; 1 14
cups of margarine for 1 cup of oil; and 1 14
tablespoons margarine for 1 tablespoon of oil. The
following recipe uses oil as well as egg whites, and
buttermilk which contains only a trace of fat.
1 xh cups all-purpose flour
1 Vi cups sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
lA teaspoon salt
Vi cup wheat germ
3 medium, very ripe bananas, mashed (about 1 cup)
Va cup oil
4 egg whites
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Sift together the flour, sugar, baking power, baking
soda, and salt. Mix in the wheat germ.
Add all remaining ingredients and beat until well
Place in an oiled 8 x 4-inch pan.
Bake in a moderately heated oven for about 1 hour.
Yield: 1 loaf
In desserts" use three tablespoons of cocoa and one
tablespoon oil or margarine in place of a one ounce
square of chocolate. The following recipe is for a
whipped topping that closely resembles whipped
cream in taste and consistency but has no saturated
POLY WHIPPED TOPPING
1 teaspoon gelatin
2 teaspoons cold water
3 tablespoons boiling water
Vt cup ice water
Vi cup nonfat dry milk
3 tablespoons sugar
3 tablespoons oil
-Chill a small mixing bowl. Soften gelatin with 2
teaspoons of cold water, then add the boiling water,
stirring, until gelatin is completely dissolved. Cool
until lukewarm. Place ice water and nonfat dry milk
in the chilled mixing bowl. Beat at high speed until
the mixture forms stiff peaks. Add the sugar, still
beating, then the oil and the gelatin. Place in freezer
for about 15 minutes, then place in the refrigerator
until ready for use. Stir before using to retain a
Yield: 2 cups
Using substitutes for sour cream will also cut down
on saturated fats. A chilled can of evaporated skim
milk, whipped with 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, or the
following mock sour cream can be used.
MOCK SOUR CREAM
2 tablespoons skim milk
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 cup cottage cheese
V teaspoon salt
Place all ingredients in a blender and mix on
medium-high speed until smooth and creamy.
Use as a sour cream substitute.
This sauce may be added to hot dishes at the last
moment. Or serve it cold, with the addition of
flavoring or herbs.
Yield: About 1 i4cups.
The AMA Cookbook would be a great Valentine's
day present for someone you love. They are availalbe
at bookstores in Lincoln and profits from the sale of
the book go to the AMA for further research.
to return to UNL
Igor Kipnis and his harpsichord are returning to
Kimball Recital Hall for an 8 p.m. concert Saturday.
Alter his last concert in Lincoln in 1972, critic
Harvey Hinshaw wrote, "Piece after piece it seems as
if he is incapable of producing a dull or meaningless
Student tickets are availalbe for $2.50 at
Westbrook Music Bldg.
Today Kipnis will demonstrate baroque
ornamentation in the orchestra room of Westbrook at
1 :45. The public is invited.
Kipnis, who travels with his 10 foot long
Rutkowski and Robinette harpsichord cushioned in a
Chevrolet Sportvan, gives more than 40 recitals a
It's doubtful, according to Time Magazine,
whether any harpsichordist can match Kipnis's
particular combination of formal restraint,
interpretive flair and sheer energy.
Among his 1 6 records cut for Epic, Columbia and
Angel, are The Harmonious Blacksmith and The
English Harpsichord, sm,
"Too many 20th century composers think of the
harpsichord as a piano or a percussion instrument, "
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thursday, february 13, 1975
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