|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 ...
1 - 10 of about 860 for waffles for two
You can make ... will be ready for breakfast each morning. ... batter is on the griddle, add fruit such as blueberries, strawberries or bananas. See also:
Preheat a waffle ... escaping. Dust the baked waffles with confectioner's sugar ... whipped cream. Sliced strawberries or peaches may be served on top.
Mix this biscuit ... recipe that calls for store-bought biscuit mix. ... pastry blender or two knives until mixture ... add another tbsp. milk or water.
Cream together the butter, shortening or lard (lard was used in the authentic recipes), and sugar. Beat the eggs well, and stir into the butter ...
Combine ingredients and serve with pancakes or waffles. Store any ... Schnapps may be substituted as a variation to make a butterscotch flavored syrup.
Note: If using ... need a scale for this recipe. In ... batter and bake in waffle iron about 4 minutes or until steaming stops and waffles are golden brown.
Beat eggs well. ... To substitute milk for buttermilk, separate eggs, ... teaspoons, omit soda, and fold the egg whites gently into batter. Bake as above.
Combine warm water and dry yeast stir and let stand 10 minutes until frothy. Add milk, butter, salt, flour, to yeast mixture and beat until smooth ...
Dissolve yeast in ... free from draft for 1 1/2 hours. ... center of a hot, seasoned waffle iron. Bake each waffle about 5 minutes, or until steaming stops.
Sift flour and ... fold in the two beaten whites. Bake ... may substitute buttermilk for the milk. Reduce ... dessert recipes, add a teaspoon of vanilla.
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