|Time for Tea: A Book of Days|
|by Jane Pettigrew|
In this follow-up to her "In the Victorian Kitchen", the author has compiled a series of facts and images about tea drinking.
Results 1 - 10 of 1,010 for sweet batters
This is a recipe that has been handed down for many years in the Chatham family. The recipe was given to Mrs. Ketchie by her mother, the former Ida ...
Mix and put in 3 crusts. Then add: Mix and put on top of pies; bake in 350°F oven, (25 to 30 minutes, or until done).
Shape ground beef ... Roll meatballs in batter mixture and fry ... boil and thickens. Add meatballs and simmer for 15 minutes. Season to taste and serve.
To Prepare Medley: ... water. Stir until batter is smooth. Add ... other side. Remove fish to a platter and top with warm medley sauce. Makes 2 servings.
Mix the first 5 ingredients. Dip meat into the batter and fry in deep fat. Serve with your favorite sweet and sour vegetable or fruit recipe.
Blend and put half of dough into a well greased loaf pan. Put cinnamon and brown sugar over the dough - add remaining dough. Let set in pan for about ...
Mix all ingredients ... Dip meat in batter and deep fry ... pour over meat. Variation: May add pineapple, green peppers, tomatoes and toasted sesame seeds.
Sift dry ingredients ... smooth. Dip thick apples slices in batter fry until golden brown in deep fat. May fry in frying pan turning until apples are done.
Brown 1/2 cup ... simmer while preparing batter. Mix batter ... liquid. Place in oven and bake until golden brown in 350 degree oven. Barnstompin' "Rebels"
I prefer to use pecans, cherry wine and cherry preserves although apricot and hazelnuts are also excellent. Nuts should be ground powdery but not too ...
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