|"Good Housekeeping" Complete Christmas|
|by Good Housekeeping Institute|
From a countdown to Christmas to recipes for Boxing Day and the New Year, this aims to be the only book you need for celebrating Christmas.
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Packaged, sliced cinnamon ... vanilla. Pour the custard mixture over the ... squares and serve as is or sprinkle lightly with confectioners sugar and berries.
Heat 1/2 cup ... each of 5 custard cups and let ... and cool. To serve, run a knife around the edge of the custard, turn out and serve with whipped cream.
Combine milk and ... stirring constantly, until custard is thick and ... well blended. Place in a lightly oiled 8-cup souffle dish and freeze until hard.
Scald milk in top of double boiler. Combine sugar, cornstarch and add slowly to milk. Stir and cook 5 minutes. Add beaten egg yolks very slowly. Cook ...
This can be doubled or tripled. Mix sugar and flour. Add egg yolks with about 1 cup of milk; blend well. Add the rest of the milk. Stir constantly ...
Mix sugar, flour ... stirring constantly, until custard is thickened and ... as it cools. When it is cold, stir in vanilla, nutmeg and whiskey. Serves 12.
Original adjusted for ... Next day make custard or pudding according ... set. When ready to serve, cover with Cool or Dream Whip and decorate as desired.
Rennett can be found in large grocery stores. Save some milk to mix with flour. Heat rest of milk to 85 to 90 degrees. Then add flour to warm milk. ...
1. Cream butter ... sieve SR flour, custard powder and combine ... top. 10. Bake in a preheated oven at 180C for 15-20 minutes. Makes 60pcs .blogspot.com
In a blender combine mayonnaise, limeade, custard mix, cream cheese ... ring mold. Freeze until firm. Spoon onto lettuce leaves and garnish with cherries.
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