|The Art of Polish Cooking|
|by Alina Zeranska|
Polish gourmet traditions are as old as Polish culture, which has written history over a thousand years.
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In small bowl, ... egg mixture (challah, french bread, or raisin ... sprinkled with sugar and a pat of butter. Or pour over a little maple syrup, if desired.
Place bread in ... shallow dish. Pour eggnog over bread, let ... eggnog is absorbed, 5 minutes. In large skillet cook slices in butter until golden brown.
Place bread in ... shallow dish. Pour eggnog over bread. Let ... until golden on both sides. Serve hot, topped with cherry pie filling. Makes 4 servings.
Cut bread into ... of bread into eggnog. Turn each ... on both sides until golden brown. Sprinkle with confectioner's sugar before serving. (12 servings.)
About 45 minutes before serving: 1. Cut bread crosswise into 16 slices. Arrange bread slices in 15 1/2 x 10 1/2 inch jelly roll pan, overlapping ...
Slice bread into ... low heat. Pour eggnog into a flat ... Remove to serving dish. Serve with syrup. Easy for children t learn to prepare - great finger food.
Cover bottom of 13 x 9 x 2 pan with bread slices. Mix other ingredients and pour over bread. Let stand overnight in refrigerator. Bake next day at ...
Pour milk into medium bowl. Add pudding mix, 2 tablespoon of the rum and nutmeg. Beat with wire whisk until well blended, 1 to 2 minutes. Let stand 5 ...
Pour eggnog into a shallow bowl. Dip both sides of French or Italian bread ... to a serving plate. Sift the powdered sugar over toast. Makes 2 servings.
To make bundles, ... 2 pieces of French bread. (Halve bacon ... Dip bundles in eggnog, thoroughly covering ... strawberry preserves. Makes 4 main dish servings.
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