|Making It Easy: Cajun Cooking|
|by Arlene Coco|
Chef Arlene Coco learned Cajun cooking the only way one can really learn Cajun cooking--in her mother's kitchen in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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Torte: Combine cookie ... thickens and begins to bubble, stirring constantly. Stir in mint extract. Serve warm over torte. Can be reheated in microwave.
Beat egg yolks into chocolate. Whip egg whites and add to chocolate mixture; whip 1/2 pint heavy cream, add to chocolate mixture; whip 1/2 pint heavy ...
Grease 3 (9 inch) round cake pans. Line with waxed paper. Grease paper. Melt chocolate together with butter. Remove from heat and transfer to a large ...
Prepare chocolate cake ... When whipped, add mint extract. Put in ... heavily with chocolate fudge icing (easier if you warm fudge icing in microwave first).
Grease 3 (9" x 1 1/2") round layer pans; line with wax paper; grease paper. Combine chocolate pieces and butter in small saucepan. Place over very ...
For Cake: Cream ... Cool. Spread on Mint Layer: Cream powdered ... sufficient. Variations: ORANGE TORTE: Add 1 ... You can use butter in place of butter.
Mix and press in 8"x12" pan. 1/2 c. butter 1 1/2 c. powdered sugar 3 eggs 1 tbsp. vanilla Melt chocolate; cool. Cream butter, add sugar gradually, ...
Mix above ingredients ... lengthwise and halve. Mix above ingredients and spread between cake layers. Melt; cool; pour over torte. Let set before cutting.
Crust: Combine crushed Oreos and 1/2 cup melted butter. Mix and pat in 13 x 9 inch pan. Save a few crumbs for top. 2nd Layer: Slice and layer the ice ...
Grease and flour ... all ingredients except mint cream in large ... layer. Frost with remaining mint cream. Whip all ingredients in chilled bowl until stiff.
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