|China Moon Cookbook|
|by Sandra Bruce|
Barbara Tropp, an acknowledged food world star and one of the foremost authorities in Chinese cooking, has been called the "Julia Child of Chinese...
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Melt the chocolate and butter together over hot water. Combine egg, sugar and milk and mix well. Add the melted chocolate and butter, stir well. Add ...
Melt butter and chocolate. Remove from heat. Add beaten egg, milk and vanilla. Add sugar and knead with hands. Place in a buttered pan and place in a ...
Mix powdered sugar, cocoa and salt thoroughly so no lumps can be seen. Add vanilla and boiling water and stir until smooth. Add soft (not melted) ...
Melt butter. Add cocoa, gradually add sugar, add until thick to beat. Add raw egg. Mix remaining sugar and vanilla. Add nuts. Put into ungreased pan.
Melt chocolate with milk in top of double boiler. Add the powdered sugar, stirring until cold and smoothly blended. Add nuts, fruit or marshmallows. ...
Boil first 4 ingredients for 2 minutes. Add oatmeal and peanut butter. Pour into 9x13 inch pan or drop by spoonfuls. (Older children find these easy ...
Melt butter in saucepan. Stir in milk and vanilla. Gradually add mixture of sugar, cocoa and salt. Mix until soft and creamy. Press into buttered ...
Combine ingredients. Press out on waxed paper or cookie sheet. Chill. Cut into pieces.
Melt chocolate and butter. Add about 1/2 of the sugar to the chocolate mixture and mix well. Beat in egg and vanilla. Gradually work in rest of ...
Add egg to sugar; melt chocolate and butter together. Add sugar mixture to chocolate mixture. Add vanilla and milk. Mix. Place into 8 x 8 x 2 inch ...
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