|Food for Fifty (11th Edition)|
|by Mary Molt|
For courses in Quantity Food Production and Foodservice Management. THE resource--for over 65 years--for students and professionals in quantity fo...
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Beat egg whites ... each cup of Aebleskiver pan. Fill cups ... batter before all of it is put in cups). Serve with powdered sugar and jellies for dipping.
Beat egg yolks ... ingredients, folding in beaten egg whites last. Cardamon may be used for flavoring. Bake in greased aebleskiver pan using Spry and part butter.
Combine flour, sugar, ... buttermilk egg yolks to the dry ingredients, fold in the egg whites. Grease Aebleskiver pan with butter, turn with a knitting needle.
Beat egg whites ... each cup of aebleskiver pan. When hot, ... sprinkling of powdered sugar. Aebleskiver pans can be purchased at most gourmet cookware shops.
Beat eggs; add sugar, salt and dry ingredients alternately with buttermilk. Beat until smooth. Bake in a heated Ebleskiver pan with about 1/4 ...
Separate the eggs ... cup of the aebleskiver pan and have ... turning the ball to keep from burning. Roll in powdered sugar and serve hot with raspberry jam.
Beat egg yolks ... other mixture. Heat aebleskiver pan and add ... about 3 minutes (on low heat). Serve with applesauce and/or brown sugar and syrup, or jam.
Mix all ingredients except the egg whites. Fold in beaten egg whites. Put 1/2 teaspoon shortening in each cup in pan. Fill each cup 3/4 full of ...
While dissolving yeast ... used, using hot aebleskiver pan. Small slices ... sprinkle with powdered sugar after frying; top with butter, maple syrup or jam.
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