|Dough Rheology and Baked Product Texture|
|by J.M. Faubion|
This is a reference text on dough rheology and baked product texture. The book covers the fundamental principles of rheology and its practical app...
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Boil ham hocks or ham ... are done. Add pot pie dough. Mix into ... boiling). Put on simmer for 15 minutes, after 15 minutes are up, stir. Ready to eat.
Mix together eggs, water and salt. Add and work in 2 cups flour or as much as you can work in. Should be very stiff.
Boil ham in water until ... with fork, divide dough in half, roll ... they don't stick together. Do other half of dough the same. Simmer about 20 minutes.
Use reserved broth from beef, ham, turkey or ... broth. To make dough: 1 egg ... stir before adding next layer. Cook thoroughly. Stir occasionally. Enjoy!
Cut off good slices of baked ham and lay aside. ... as you would pie dough, adding water ... 30 minutes. Add beans last 15 minutes with some ham pieces.
Bring to boil ... mix until soft dough forms, with well ... boiling chicken or ham removed, stir pot pie, strip by ... addition. Return chicken or ham to kettle.
Cut the beef ... of parsley and dough squares alternately, ending ... Stir meat through pot pie. To 2 ... A good variation: Substitute ham or ham hocks.
Cook ham with bone in water in 6 qt. pot. Chicken or ... small amounts until dough forms a firm ... about 20 minutes or until potatoes are done. Stir often.
To make dough: Mix flour, ... ingredients as for pie crust. Add to ... then dough, etc. Cover and cook 20 minutes. If you must add water, add boiling water.
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