|Chinese Healing Foods|
|by Lynn Sonberg|
While many Chinese foods are familiar to Americans, their health benefits are for the most part unrealized.
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Combine dry ingredients ... surface. Carefully flip pancakes with turner/spatula and ... chips can be added to batter before cooking for a unique treat.
In a medium ... - For extra fluffy pancakes, separate the ... 1/2 teaspoon soda. Add 1/2 teaspoon vanilla, if desired. Makes about eight 8-inch pancakes.
Whisk together flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Whip egg whites, set aside. Beat yolks with sugar and then stir in milk. Beat in flour ...
Separate the 3 ... start to dry (I just slightly lift one side to see if browned or not). Makes 13-15 six/eight inch pancakes. Practice makes perfect. .
Melt butter. Combine ... batter is lumpy. Heat large frying pan over medium high heat until hot. Brush pan with the 2 tablespoons oil. Makes 8 pancakes.
In small bowl combine milk and eggs. Set aside. Combine flour, baking powder and salt. Add milk mixture and stir well. Add melted butter and mix ...
Mix together in a glass pie plate melt 1/3 cube butter in 450 degree oven. When butter has melted open oven and top pie plate around to coat sides ...
Sift together in large mixer bowl flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Beat egg in small bowl on high speed for one minute. Add milk. Pour over dry ...
Have eggs at room temperature. Separate egg whites from egg yolks. Whisk dry ingredients together, combine alternately with beaten egg yolks, milk ...
Preheat griddle to ... griddle. Turn when pancakes are puffy and ... bubbles. Brown second side. Serve with melted butter and syrup. Makes about 10 pancakes.
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