|by Rick Stein|
This volume is part of a series which brings together 24 chefs and cookery writers to present ten of their favourite recipes.
Results 1 - 10 of 12 for for beginner
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Combine flour and ... flour and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Carefully ... but it's good for beginning pie makers because it's easy to handle and roll out.
Heat milk, water, butter, salt and sugar to boiling. Stir potato flakes into mixture and beat until smooth. Cool well, overnight in refrigerator is ...
Dissolve Jello in water, add partially thawed strawberries. Stir until berries are separated and ice crystals are melted. Tear angel food cake into ...
Peel potatoes and boil in a pot of water until tender. Drain; add buttermilk until creamy. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Melt butter in ... and continue cooking for a few moments. ... to add many ingredients in the middle of the fold such as jam, onions, green peppers, etc.
On waxed paper, ... rotate it. Cook for a minute or ... to be filled. If cottage cheese is extremely fluid, drain off a little of the liquid before using.
Sift flour into mixing bowl. Add mayonnaise and 1/4 cup of milk. Stir with large spoon. Add more milk to get dough to thick consistency. Place ...
Preheat oven to ... pound is great for leftovers) in a ... with lid and put in oven. Time turkey at 20 minutes per pound. No need to check until time is up.
Chop veggies in food processor until fine. In large bowl mix all ingredients and stir until everything is well mixed. Salt to taste (not much). ...
Put chicken in iron skillet; add ketchup and coke in pan and simmer until chicken is done and juices become clear salt and pepper to taste.
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