|The Soy Dessert and Baking Book|
|by Brita Housez|
Incorporating healthy ingredients into delicious baked goods and desserts can seem like a daunting goal, but it doesn't have to be.
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Meat Cakes or Turnovers of German origin -- Pronounced "Flash kee-kle". In a large bowl, mix ingredients for dough. On a work surface lightly ...
Cook in crock pot 6 to 7 hours on high. Remove from bone. Drain in colander. Chop up meat. Get out fat. Put some of liquid over meat.
Place all ingredients in a large pot and cover with water. Simmer until meat is tender. Remove meat from broth. Discard fat and bones chops meat into ...
Place 1/2 sliced ... crock pot. Add pork, other 1/2 ... and BBQ sauce (approximately a 16 ounce bottle) or your own sauce. Cook on low for 2 to 3 hours.
Cut pork into thin strips. ... about 5 minutes. To serve, use a slotted spoon to pile cabbage onto plate. Top with pork strips. Pass the dressing. Serves 4.
Place meat and water in crockpot. Cover and cook overnight or 8 to 12 hours on low. Remove bone and fat from met. Discard liquid in crockpot. Put ...
Put half of onions in bottom of crock pot then add meat and other ingredients with remaining onion on top. Cover and cook overnight or 8 to 12 hours ...
Drain and cool enough to handle. Remove bones from feet and shoulder. Grind together or process in food processor until small lumps remain. Season ...
Remove as much ... and pour over pork in crock pot. ... from meat and cut into pieces. Put meat back in sauce and cook over low setting until dinnertime.
Potatoes, peeled 1 jar sauerkraut 4-6 cloves garlic Crush garlic in mortar, add salt (Kosher) and pepper; make a paste. Rub all over meat. Take a ...
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