|The Soup Book|
|by Louis P. De Gouy|
Thick and thin soups, hot and cold soups, soups requiring hours to prepare or just minutes.
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In a mixing ... salt, baking powder, anisette; beat until ... press bottom of cookies lightly onto lightly ... Makes approximately 3 1/2 dozen cookies.
For this recipe, ... flavoring, either all anisette or all Strega ... enjoy making these cookies often, a wonderful ... with milk or coffee for dipping.
Mix flour, baking ... sheet. Combine 1 box of confectioners' sugar, milk (a small amount) and 2 teaspoons of anise flavor. Frost cookies after they cool.
Sift flour, baking ... beaten eggs. Mix the anisette with milk and add alternating with flour. Shape into cookies and bake for 15 minutes at 375 degrees.
Soften butter and add the soda, anisette and salt. Mix. ... Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Bake 8 minutes. (Cookies should not brown.) Makes 5 to 6 dozen.
Cream butter and ... powder, milk, and anisette. Grease cookie ... If desired, ice cookies when cool. Blend ... sprinkles on cookie while icing is still wet.
Mix well in ... sugar with warm water and 1 teaspoon anise extract until very thin. Dip tops of cooled cookies in icing. Lay on waxed or brown paper to dry.
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Combine eggs and sugar. Blend in melted shortening. Add flour and baking powder. Add anise flavor. Mix well. Divide in 6 ...
Cream together: eggs, sugar, Crisco and milk. Add flour 1 cup at a time. Mix dough until soft. Rub hands with anise oil. Roll dough into balls. Bake ...
Mix butter (must ... light brown they're done. Do not overcook. Oven should be 375 degrees. Cool before icing. Ice cooled cookies and sprinkle the sprinkles.
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