|Debbi Fields Great American Desserts|
|by Debbi Fields|
As the founder of Mrs. Fields' Cookies, author of two bestselling cookbooks, and host of The Dessert Show, Debbi Fields has had plenty of opportun...
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Boil prunes and water until soft. Add sugar and nutmeg. Simmer until thick.
Soften yeast and ... for 2 dozen kolaches.) 1/3 c. ... saved juice. For Prunes: Remove pits before sieving. Add rind, cloves and allspice to puree and mix.
In a cup, ... with butter while kolaches are still hot. ... 1 pound dried prunes. Cook, drain, ... Add 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon and sugar to taste. Mix well.
Scald milk and ... rises, shape the Kolaches into ovals, or ... of water, mash, add sugar as desired, and beat until smooth. Nuts may be added if desired.
For prune or apricot filling, ... depression, the more filling.) Bake in a preheated moderate oven, 375 degrees, for about 10 minutes. Makes about 18 tarts.
May be purchased ... pie filling also. PRUNE OR DRIED APRICOT: ... minutes after they have almost doubled in size, 30 minutes. Grease lightly, cool on racks.
Using metal blade, ... apricots or pitted prunes in small pan ... minutes. Process with metal blade until finely chopped but not pureed. Makes about 1 1/4 cups.
Beat sugar, salt, and egg with electric beater in bowl dough will rise in. Add water and milk. Sprinkle yeast over; add shortening and 5 cups flour. ...
Any type of ... enough for one kolach. Let rise ... degrees until brown. Mix well. Cooked apples can be added to prunes. (This can be done the day before.)
Separate dough into 20 biscuits. Place on ungreased cookie sheet. Brush with melted butter. Make large thumb print in center of each biscuit. Fill ...
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