|New Mexico Cooking|
|by Clyde Casey|
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Toast bread; lay ... needed to make sauce thinner. If you serve one on a plate, it is called a pony. If you serve two on a plate, it is called a horseshoe.
Combine all ingredients well. Sprinkle yeast into water, add 2 tablespoons sugar and set aside in a warm spot for 5 minutes. The mixture should be ...
Fry hamburger patty or heat other slice of meat. Fry or bake potatoes. Melt Cheddar cheese (if Campbell's, don't add water). Toast slice of bread. ...
Melt butter, add flour, whip until smooth - add milk, whip 10 minutes. Add cheese and rest of ingredients and mix. Before serving add beer. Serves 8.
Mix with wire whisk until smooth: Add: Place in a double boiler and stir constantly until desired consistency. If it becomes too thick, slowly add ...
Combine ground beef, onions, pepper and Season All or season salt. Mix well and make 4 thin patties. Fry ground beef. In separate skillet fry French ...
Cook. After sauce thickens to desired consistency add salt and pepper to taste. Serve over ham, chicken, bacon, turkey or hamburger with toasted ...
Knead it good all together, then roll into small balls, should make 145 small balls. Chill in refrigerator overnight. Roll out in powdered sugar, ...
Grind sugar, hazelnuts, ... nuts, shape into horseshoes. Arrange on ... cool or refrigerate to set. Yield: 12 regular size horns or 48 miniature horseshoes.
1. Preheat oven ... to resemble a horseshoe. You may ... Remove cake from oven. Brush with egg whites, sprinkle on topping and bake 10 minutes more. Serves 8.
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