|The World Encyclopedia of Fruit|
|by Kate Whiteman|
The many delightful colors, textures, scents and flavors of fruit offer an endless source of creative culinary possibilities.
Results 1 - 10 of 490 for meat cakes
Sift together flour, ... minute. Add milk, vanilla, mince meat, and nut meats as well as flour mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes in 9x13 inch pan.
Slice each bean cake into 4 to ... inch or 1 inch pieces. Add bean cakes and chives. Stir fry until bean cake is warm. Add basic gravy with oyster sauce.
Mix crab meat and egg with a fork. Add remaining ingredients; mix thoroughly and shape into cakes. Fry in oil or butter.
Grease and flour pan well. Combine flour, butter, mincemeat, raisins, sugar, 2 egg yolks. Mix baking soda in tablespoon of boiling water and mix in. ...
To Coat: Beaten ... any fat from meat. Mix meat ... and shape into cake (1/2") thick. Coat ... both sides are brown. Drain and serve garnished with parsley.
Combine meat, mashed potatoes, ... butter. Bake in oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. For those nights when the Helpers can only bring the basics below.
Mix filling: Set aside. Mix dough: Mix well. Shape dough into balls, the size of golf balls. Roll out on floured board into 6 or 7 inch rounds. Place ...
Combine milk and soup in large skillet, heat. Combine all ingredients except mushroom sauce in large mixing bowl in order listed. Mix well. Pack into ...
Mix first 3 ingredients. Cut in shortening. Then mix in next 5 ingredients. Bake in ring mold 30 to 35 minutes at 350 degrees. Glaze with rum and ...
Combine and bring ... Cool. Sift together: Add to cool mince meat mixture; mix well. Stir in 1/2 cup nuts. Add: Bake in tube pan 60 minutes at 325 degrees.
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