|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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Freeze cherries on plate for ... Place on a plate and freeze for at least an hour. Once removed from the freezer, cherries do not stay hard for too long.
Place dry fondant ... Put drained maraschino cherries on the fondant ... lined molds and cover with chocolate to seal. Chill until set. Makes 90 centers.
You will need ... cookie pan. Drain cherries, reserving liquid ... fluted cups. Keep at room temperature for about 5 days, then refrigerate until needed.
Paint cherry mold with melted summer coating. While coating sets up, mix dry fondant and cherry juice to form a heavy liquid. Pour liquid into ...
Step 1: Make a chocolate shell in each cavity of the bon bon mold by spooning in about 2/3 teaspoon of melted candy making chocolate according to ...
In a medium ... large enough to cover the cherry. Place ... the cherry. Place covered cherries on wax paper ... coating and place on wax paper. Refrigerate.
In saucepan combine ... and apples; simmer, covered, for 25 ... heat. Add Michigan Dried Cherries and let stand ... 350 degree oven for 1 hour. Serves 6.
Place cherries and liqueur in a medium bowl. Cover and let stand ... Place on a waxed-paper-covered baking sheet. Let ... dipping. Yield: About 28 cherries.
Place cherries and liqueur in a medium bowl. Cover and let stand ... stand in a cool, dry place, or chill until chocolate is firm. Makes about 28 cherries.
FONDANT: Combine sugar, ... ready to dip cherries. DIPPING CHERRIES: ... constantly. Dip fondant covered cherries in chocolate, ... ounce) jars of cherries.
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