|El fogon de D'artagnan (Spanish Edition)|
|by Roberto Posada Garcia-Pena|
Delicious in every sense of the word, this book takes readers on a culinary tour of the beverages, dishes, and ingredients this famous columnist l...
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Mix flour, sugar, salt and vanilla. Add butter and mix until it looks like cornmeal. Crumble yeast in warm water. Beat egg yolks, yeast and sour ...
Crumble yeast into ... and stir; add sugar, butter and lemon juice. Cool before spreading on dough. Mix as for Nut Filling; cool before spreading on dough.
Melt butter in ... sugar. Spread with nut mixture. Roll up ... on baking sheet. Brush with beaten egg when filled. Make air holes with fork before baking.
Sift flour, salt ... oblong, spread with nut mixture and roll ... (about 5 minutes), stirring constantly. Make sure mixture is cold before spreading on dough.
Mix all dough ingredients and put in refrigerator several hours. Roll out in powdered sugar about 1/8 inch thick, then add filling enough to cover up ...
Mix butter, flour, sugar, salt, baking powder like pie crust. Then add eggs and sour cream. Mix well. Cool in refrigerator. Take a small amount of ...
Dissolve yeast in ... paper. Spread with Nut Filling, 1" away ... rolls on 1 cookie sheet. Two and one-half pounds of bakery apricot filling will do 6 rolls.
Mix all above ... apricot filling or nut filling. Bake at ... sugar to sweeten and enough milk to moisten, to make a paste a little thicker then pudding.
Can add honey, ... squares. Fill with nuts or preserves. Roll ... on greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees until light brown, about 20 to 30 minutes.
(Nut Rolls, Christmas Cookies) ... refrigerate until ready to use. These are traditional cookies at the Lay's house and really are a light, tasty cookie.
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