|The Sweet Spot: Asian-Inspired Desserts|
|by Genevieve Ko|
When it comes to Asian desserts, most Americans think of fortune cookies. But, in fact, the Far East is home to a dazzling array of sweets rich w...
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Cook stirring constantly, ... fluffy. Swirl on cake and refrigerate for 3-4 hours before serving. Any cake with this frosting MUST be kept in the refrigerator.
Blend milk and flour in saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly until thick. Cover with wax paper and cool in refrigerator. Combine sugar and ...
Mix well and cook slowly. Combine first 3 ingredients. Cook slowly stirring constantly. Set aside to cool. Beat butter, sugar, vanilla and shortening ...
beat egg and ... beating all the while. If frosting is too thick, add hot strong coffee or cream, as much as is needed to make frosting thin enough to spread.
Cream shortening and sugar, then add eggs and vanilla. Make a paste of coloring and cocoa. Add this to creamed mixture. Add salt, then milk ...
Blend, sugar, vanilla, cocoa, Crisco, eggs and food coloring. Sift flour and salt and add to creamed mixture alternately with buttermilk. Beat until ...
Medium heat - ... butter. Then mix the two together, then decorate cupcakes or cake then refrigerate. This frosting needs to be refrigerated at all times.
Cream shortening and sugar; add eggs. Make paste of cocoa and small amount of food coloring. Add to creamed mixture. Add remainder of food coloring. ...
Combine sugar, shortening ... and sugar add thickened flour to the frosting. Will look funny but continue beating it will look like frosting eventually.
Cream Crisco and ... cool beat: Beat until creamy and add a little at a time by spoonful to milk and flour mixture. This has to be done slowly. Frost cake.
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