|Light Pasta Sauces|
|by Anne Sheasby|
This collection of more than 100 low-fat, low-calorie recipes details how to make a wide variety of sauces, including those based on meats, poultr...
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In a 1 quart Thermos, add crushed mint leaves. Pour over ... surface. Test the candy by dropping a ... wrap in wax paper. Store in an airtight container.
Line cookie sheet ... microwave). Stir crushed candy into almond bark. ... break candy into pieces. Store tightly covered. pretty addition at Christmas.
Mash cheese at room temperature. Add flavoring and coloring. Work together well; add sugar; work well. Roll into marble sized balls and dip into ...
In double boiler ... the vanilla and mint flavorings (3 teaspoons ... Try adding coffee liqueur or rum in place of mint and at least 1 teaspoon of vanilla.
Blend until smooth; then work with hands until smoother. Make little balls and flatten with fork; or roll on powdered cloth or board and cut with ...
Combine crumbs and ... Blend in chocolate mint wafers, sour cream, ... removing rim of pan. Chill. Garnish with additional wafers stuck all around cake.
Put all ingredients in bowl and knead with hands. Put in mold and release on wax paper. Makes 100 mints.
Mix ingredients until ... and press into candy molds that have ... airtight. (Other flavoring extract may be used as well such as lemon, almond or raspberry.)
Combine and beat ... white. Shape into 3/4 inch balls. Place on wax paper. Press with fork. Let dry. Makes 75 mints. Maple flavor makes great candy too.
Mash cheese, add flavoring and color. Mix in sugar, first with fork and then with hands; knead until like pie dough. Roll into balls, about marble ...
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