|German Home Cooking|
|by Maria Swaringen|
German Home Cooking is not just an ordinary cookbook. It is a wonderful collection of authentic recipes in old-fashioned German cooking such as: S...
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Preheat a hot ... or shortening. Beat eggs with 1/2 cup ... the center. Stack pancakes with a small ... vanilla, add a teaspoon of pure vanilla to the batter.
Combine milk, sugar ... hurry for the pancakes to rise, use ... tablespoons of milk if batter is too thick; add a few tablespoons of flour if batter is too thin.
Heat oven to 450°F. Beat eggs thoroughly. Gradually add ... longer. Serve over pancakes. May be ... jar and refrigerate when cool. Makes about 2 1/2 cups.
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.
Makes approximately 10 (5 inch) pancakes. Mix flour, ... and vanilla. Add eggs, one at ... strawberries and roll into the shape of a tube. Dust with powdered sugar.
Beat the eggs with the sugar. ... rest of the pancakes like this. The ... is an old German recipe, very easy ... morning when I lived in Germany. Enjoy!
1. Preheat oven ... cup flour 2 eggs dash salt dash ... powdered sugar or syrup. (Some people like to put lemon juice on it as well as the powdered sugar.)
Melt butter in 8" x 8" X 2" casserole dish in the oven as it preheats to 425F degrees. Beat all other ingredients together. Slosh melted butter ...
Mix baking mix, milk, eggs, vanilla and ... and edges look dry. Top with coconut and pecans. Add your favorite pancake syrup. Repeat, for a stack. Enjoy!!
Sift together in ... salt. Beat the egg, milk and ... and fry the pancakes until they are ... roll them up. Top with sour cream or confectioners' sugar.
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