|CENTURY OF BRITISH COOKING|
|by Marguerite Patten|
This book is Grub Street's lead cookery title for 1999 and is a major publishing event since Marguerite Patten is one of Britain's best known and ...
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Combine all ingredients ... this recipe: If nutmeg flavored eggnog is unavailable, add 1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg to plain eggnog or heavy cream.
We like to ... has been chilled, using clean beater blades, ... Using a fine grater, scrape a whole nutmeg directly over the top for a pinch of extra flavor.
Note: Drain fruit ... or vanilla or eggnog ice cream. 16 ... 283.2mg sodium, 69.7mg calcium, 531.4IU Vitamin A, 3.4mg Vitamin C, 12.1IU Vitamin D, 1.4mg iron.
In a saucepan, ... helps kill bacteria and cook the eggs, if you are still concerned about using raw eggs, the eggs may be before using to ensure safety.
Cut Italian bread ... microwaveable bowl, heat eggnog until slightly hot. ... minutes. Serve warm with caramel sauce or with vanilla ice cream on the side.
1.) Dissolve unflavored ... cornstarch, salt, and eggnog and cook until ... right away as is or chill. This pie is great at Thanksgiving, and/or Christmas.
In heavy 4-quart ... fold whipped cream into custard mixture. Pour eggnog into chilled 5-quart punch bowl; sprinkle with ground nutmeg. Serving Size: 16.
1. Grease a ... for 10 minutes. Using a wooden spoon, ... pan. Cool in pan on a wire rack. Prep: 20 minutes. Bake: 25 minutes Oven: 350°F Makes 36 bars.
32% calorie reduction from traditional recipe. Whisk together egg substitute, Equal and extracts. Stir in milk. Whisk in whipped topping until well ...
My mother-in-law shared ... milk as an ingredient, but substitute canned eggnog for the evaporated milk. Bake according to your recipe. Rich - very rich!
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