|Practical Professional Cookery|
|by R. J. Kaufmann|
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Melt chips in electric skillet or top ... peanuts and chow mein noodles. Drop mixture a teaspoon at a time onto cookie sheet or waxed paper. Allow to cool.
Bring the water ... bowl with an electric mixer until it ... Refrigerate until serving time. Just before serving, place a flower in each straw. Makes 6 servings.
Beat egg yolks in small bowl with electric mixer on high ... blended. Pipe or spoon mixture into cups or small dessert bowls. Refrigerate any remaining dessert.
For topping: Preheat ... out excess. Using electric mixer, beat cream ... in center of dessert comes out with ... brownies. Serve brownies cold. 12 servings.
Prepare cookie crust ... large bowl, with electric mixer, beat egg ... on top of dessert. Freeze for ... fold in 2 tablespoons cold strong espresso coffee.
Use an electric beater to mix ... layer. Spread 1 tub Cool Whip on top of third layer and sprinkle with chopped pecans. Best to use pecans for best flavor.
Preheat oven to ... medium bowl with electric mixer, combine cream ... refrigerate until serving time. OPTIONAL: Garnish top with chopped nuts. 20-24 servings.
Cut butter into ... speed of an electric mixer until fluffy. ... over cream cheese layer. Sprinkle with chocolate and 1/3 cup peanuts. Chill. Serves 15.
In a heatproof ... a rotary or electric beater, beat the ... into 6 individual dessert dishes or into ... swirls of whipped cream on top of the dessert.
Mix together to ... 2nd layer with electric mixer: 1 c. ... before chilling if you are careful. This four layer dessert is attractive in a see through pan.
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