|Rachel's Favourite Food at Home|
|by Rachel Allen|
In this beautifully illustrated cookbook to accompany her latest TV series, Rachel Allen once again offers the delicious, inspiring, and easy-to-f...
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Cut the butter ... into a bow shaped loose knot. Deep-fry bows until lightly golden brown, drain on paper towels. Sprinkle well with confectioners sugar.
Mix dates, butter, sugar and eggs in frying pan. Cook 10 minutes or until dates are soft. Cool some, then add vanilla, Rice Krispies and walnuts. ...
Mix into soft ... shapes 2 1/2 inches wide. Cut slit in center of each diamond. Pull 1 corner through slit. Deep fry. Drain and dust with powdered sugar.
Mix well in ... ends together firmly to seal it with floured fingers, or jam will fry out. Fry as doughnuts. Drain well on paper towels. Makes 5 or 6 dozen.
Mix brown sugar ... dates. Cook in fry pan over low ... Rice Krispies, vanilla and nuts, if desired. Add a little salt. Roll into balls and roll in coconut.
Melt 1/4 pound butter in fry pan. Combine the ... chopped nuts to above date mix. Drop by teaspoon in coconut and roll into ball. Makes about 30 cookies.
Put apricots, brown sugar, and eggs in a frying pan. Boil for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Cool. Add Wheaties and walnuts. Form into small balls ...
In skillet mix eggs, sugar, butter, and dates. Stir constantly until thick, about 10 minutes, then add chopped nuts and Rice Krispies. Roll into ...
Melt butter in electric fry pan. Add dates, ... combine altogether. Drop by teaspoons and lightly roll in coconut forming balls. Put on waxed paper to cool.
In a large ... points through slit. Fry at 375 degrees ... Store in an airtight container. Sprinkle with powdered sugar before serving. Makes 3 to 4 dozen.
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