Not being one who measures such things, probably half a teaspoon to half a pint of cream. However, add the juice slowly, a few drops at a time and stir it in. If you add too much, the cream will curdle, so it pays to hold a little back to add into the mixture if it goes wrong, so that you can recover the situation.
Message posted by Pam Ella on 26 January 2010 at 4:07pm - IP Logged
Long time ago I asked a Greek lady what was the Greek word for Sour Cream, so I could ask for it in the super market.
She gave me the word and indeed, when I asked for it in the supermarket I got....... bath soap.
The kind lady had given me the Greek word for Shower Cream. Greeks don't pronounce the 'h' as that doesn't exist in their alphabet. It sounds exactly like Sour Cream then.
Message posted by Linda2 on 29 January 2010 at 9:29pm - IP Logged
Years ago when there were no supermarkets on Corfu I went into the "Fortnum and Mason" type grocer Tsirigotis in search of sage. He didn't know what it was and looked it up in a dictionary- then looked at me in astonishment and said 'you want a wise man.......:
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