|Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book|
|by J. George Frederick|
Now used by many Pennsylvania resorts as their official cookbook, this book by George Frederick, one-time president of the Gourmet Society of New ...
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Melt butter in 400 degree ... dish. Combine eggs, milk, flour and ... oven 20 minutes. Serve with powdered sugar, lemon and orange juice, or fresh fruit.
Put butter in pan and ... gradually pour in milk, then slowly ... and serve at once. TOPPINGS: Syrup, honey, powdered sugar, fresh fruit, cinnamon sugar.
Place butter in iron skillet ... minute. Gradually add milk and flour, don't ... oven. Center will fall. Fill with fruit or sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Place butter in deep casserole ... eggs, flour and milk. Pour into ... jam, cinnamon and sugar et cetera. A breakfast item.
Preheat oven, with empty casserole dish, to 400°F. Mix and melt together: Set aside. Mix together in blender or mixer: Pour into the buttered ...
Melt butter in pan (9 ... gradually pour in milk, then flour. ... fluffy and well browned. Cut and serve. Top with lemon juice and powdered sugar or syrup.
Select pan, 3 inches deep. Put in butter and set in ... gradually pour in milk, then flour. ... or sour cream. CANNED PIE FILLINGS: sour cream or yogurt.
Melt butter in hot oven, ... to serve. Bring Dutch Babies to table ... Cut and serve in wedges. Can be topped with powdered sugar, honey, syrup, or fruit.
Put the butter in 10-inch skillet. ... and fluffy. Add milk and blend for ... sugar and a squeeze of lemon juice or with strawberries or berries on top.
Place the butter in the pan ... motor running, add milk, then flour. ... minutes). Dust the Dutch Baby with powdered sugar ... first comes out of the oven.
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