|Milk (What's for Lunch)|
|by Claire Llewellyn|
Tells the story of milk from the time it is taken from the cow on the dairy farm through to its processing and distribution to users.
Results 1 - 10 of 36 for pancakes evaporated milk
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Mix flour, salt, shortening (cut into flour), and some water, enough to give good consistency for mixing in eggs. Mix in eggs thoroughly. Then add ...
Beat 4 eggs well then mix ingredients in with spoon in order listed above (can use mixer on low speed). Bake at 425 degrees 20 minutes, then 375 for ...
Dip chicken piece sin m ilk and roll in dry ingredients. Place skin side down in foil lined baking pan. Do not crowd. Sprinkle with melted butter and ...
Mix well and ... 1 cup condensed milk. If starter ... and set in warm place. Ready for use the next morning. Mix well and fry on black cast iron griddle.
Melt butter; add seasonings. Stir in cream. Add oysters and their liquid. Cook until oysters are plump and the edges curled. Spoon oysters and pan ...
Prepare Coconut-Pecan Topping; ... and cocoa. Prepare pancakes with milk, eggs and ... medium saucepan, mix evaporated milk, sugar, egg ... 3 cups of topping.
Drain oysters reserving ... bowl. Mix in milk. Add pancake ... about 18 fritters. NOTE: If batter becomes to thick on standing, thin with oyster liquor.
Add to batter, ... DAY 3: Add egg, oil and milk. Beat until smooth. Then add sugar, baking soda and salt. Let stand about 15 minutes. Cook on hot griddle.
Sift and add to above: Pour batter on lightly greased hot griddle. Bake until top is bubbly and underside is nicely browned. Turn only once.
Mix all dry ... or griddle sprayed with Pam or 1 tablespoon vegetable oil. Give them a try. They're tasty. Makes 4 servings of 6 (3 inch) pancakes each.
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