|German Wine Guide|
|by Joel Payne|
With tasting notes and a price guide, this wine guide provides a region-by-region critique of individual vineyards and wines.
Results 1 - 10 of 2,590 for german egg
Preheat a hot ... or shortening. Beat eggs with 1/2 cup ... melted butter. Variation: If you like vanilla, add a teaspoon of pure vanilla to the batter.
There are so ... month! Beat the eggs using a fork ... cheese and spinach filling, or stuff with finely chopped, cooked meat to dress up that leftover roast!
Melt chocolate in ... Fold in beaten egg whites. Pour into ... vanilla. Beat until cool and of spreading consistency. Frost between layers, top, and sides.
Slightly beat the eggs, then add ... degrees until a knife comes out clean. in center (approximately 40 minutes). Eggs should be firm and lightly brown on top.
Makes approximately 10 ... and vanilla. Add eggs, one at ... from pan, spoon on strawberries and roll into the shape of a tube. Dust with powdered sugar.
Preheat oven to ... minutes. Beat the eggs for 1 minute. ... brown. Serve in generous wedges with powdered sugar and wedges of lemon on the side. Serves 4.
Boil cream, sugar ... 10 minutes. Beat egg yolks. Stir into ... quart brandy. Strain. Makes 2 quarts. Set for 1 week before drinking. Keep refrigerated.
Beat eggs and salt with ... recipe may take trial and error method to get used to making, but once you get the hang of it, they are well worth the effort.
Mix the eggs and water; then ... from a spoon into simmering broth stock or salted water. Spaetzle should be very light and delicate; simmer until done.
Drop by teaspoon into boiling salted water and cook uncovered for 15 minutes. Drain and spread on platter and cover with crushed corn flakes to cover ...
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