|Pot Pies: Comfort Food Under Cover|
|by Diane Phillips|
Eighty-five deliciously easy recipes for the quintessential comfort food, updated and dressed up for the twenty-first-century palate.
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In a medium ... Melt wax and chocolate in top of ... instead of the wax; the wax is only used when tempered chocolate is not available or for convenience.
Combine milk, butter, ... Roll into small balls. Melt paraffin and chocolate chips in top of double boiler. Dip candy into mixture and drain on waxed paper.
Mix together. Make round balls. Then dip in melted chocolate mixture. Melt these ingredients in double boiler.
Mix together the ... the next 3 ingredients in double boiler to melt. Dip balls in chocolate mixture. Place on waxed paper and cool. Makes about 4 dozen.
Mold and chill. Dip in: 2 lg. pkg. chocolate bits, melted with 2 tsp. melted paraffin wax. Dip egg, let set then decorate.
Drain cherries. Mix ... double boiler melt chocolate and paraffin. Dip each piece of candy in the chocolate ... have chocolate mixture too hot. Keeps well.
Mix together and ... balls. Melt some chocolate chips (12 ounces) and some ... (about 2 teaspoons or so) in a microwave dish. Keep cool or they freeze well.
Place chocolate chips in a ... teaspoonful on wax paper. Refrigerate until firm. Variations: 1 cup of peanuts and 2 cups of raisins. White chips may also be used.
Melt butter, put ... into balls. Melt wax and chocolate chips together. Dip candy in the chocolate mixture until well covered. Place on wax paper to harden.
Mix butter, milk ... top and place candy mixture on it. ... cherry to completely cover it, or you ... preparing the dipping chocolate. Paraffin wax ... airtight container. VERY GOOD!
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