|The Church Ladies' Divine Desserts|
|by Brenda Rhodes Miller|
No one more than a church lady is aware of the power of a creamy four-layer chocolate pie, Florida cookies that taste like sunshine, or a pound ca...
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Put in large sauce pan. Cover peas with water, add ... to a boil, add sliced dumpling. Cook about 20 minutes over slow fire or until dumplings are done.
Cook peas in salted water ... blended. Drop by teaspoonful into pea stew, boiling slowly. Cover and boil for 12 minutes without uncovering. Serves 6 to 8.
Cook bacon, peas, and potatoes ... dough; cut into little squares and drop into peas. Cook for 15 minutes or until peas, potatoes, and dumplings are done.
Mix peas, milk, pepper, ... mixture. After all dumplings are dropped in, ... lid on pot. Let stand 10 minutes. (Cooked and deboned chicken may be added.)
Boil peas until tender. Drain. ... Mix peas into dough and shape in large patties. Drop into the hot liquid. Cover and steam 15 minutes or until tender.
Roll each biscuit ... strips. Mix the peas, milk and ... boil. Drop the strips of biscuit dough into the pea mixture a few at a time. Cook about 2 minutes.
Boil peas and water. Mix ... a stiff dough. Drop spoonful of dough in boiling peas. Boil about 7 to 10 minutes. Note: Can use beans and are just as good.
In large saucepan, combine peas, milk and butter; heat almost to boil. Drop dumpling into mixture. Add salt and pepper. Reduce heat and cook 30 minutes.
Melt butter in ... a boil. Drain peas and add to ... of biscuits. Drop into mix. Dumplings are ready when they begin to roll up. Salt and pepper to taste.
Put peas in a deep ... pepper. Have ready dumplings made with Bisquick ... longer. Before serving, add can of milk and heat. Do not boil. Serve like stew.
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