|Yan Kit's Classic Chinese Cookbook|
|by Yan-kit So|
This classic cookbook offers a culinary tour of China, region by region. Whether readers prefer Szechuan or Cantonese, Peking or Shanghai, this co...
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Preheat oven to ... Bake 25 minutes or until lightly brown and firm. Cut into squares and cool in the same pan. Makes 9 flapjacks. Looks like a brownie.
Cream shortening and sugar; add beaten eggs, flour, sifted with baking powder and cinnamon and the chopped apple. Add milk gradually to make batter. ...
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In large frying pan brown ground beef and onion. Drain. Stir in barbecue sauce and Tabasco sauce. Simmer while preparing ...
Soften yeast in warm water. Beat egg; add milk and biscuit mix. Beat with rotary beater until blended. Stir in yeast. Allow batter to stand at room ...
Put the milk, apple, egg, sugar, butter and cinnamon in the glass container. Cover and run at low speed until the apple is grated. Add the flour and ...
Sift together flour, sugar and baking powder and salt. Combine eggs, milk, butter and applesauce. Add to dry ingredients and stir. Use 2 tablespoons ...
Mix all ingredients together, gently. Drop batter by spoonfuls onto lightly greased hot griddle or skillet. Turn when bubbles appear, then bake other ...
In medium size ... form. Fold into flapjack batter. In large ... until done 2 to 3 minutes on each side. Serve with butter if desired. Makes 14 flapjacks.
Cream butter and sugar; add eggs, dry ingredients, apples and milk. Cook on griddle. Serve with pork chops or as breakfast dish. Serves 4.
Stir together first ... but still lumpy. Put 1/4 cup batter onto hot lightly greased griddle or HEAVY skillet. Watch closely. Makes 8 (4-inch) flapjacks.
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