|Superbly Swedish: Recipes and Traditions|
|by Martha Wiberg-Thompson|
Highlights of Swedish-American culture, including recipes from Swedish-American cooks and information about cultural traditions and history.
Results 21 - 30 of 502 for chocolate sauce
Beat butter at ... cream, sugar, chopped chocolate bars and butter ... To serve, place a slice of pound cake on dish and spoon sauce diagonally over cake.
Line a loaf ... saucepan stir in chocolate, corn syrup, ... 1/3 cup of corn syrup. Turn chocolate loaf onto plate. Slice and serve with raspberry sauce.
Melt chocolate in top of ... amount of raspberry sauce and garnish with ... raspberries. Pipe additional whipped cream on plate, if desired. Serve immediately.
Mix crumbs and ... ounces chopped white chocolate in top of ... Top with Raspberry Sauce at serving time. ... Refrigerate until well chilled, about 1 hour.
Beat egg yolks ... 1 minute. Unroll; cool. Spread with whipped cream. Reroll; refrigerate. Slice to serve; top with Chocolate Sauce; Yield: 12 servings.
Combine gelatin, sugar ... and top with chocolate sauce: flavored with ... remove from heat, stir in butter and orange flavoring. Serve over Snow Pudding.
Line 8 1/2" ... quart saucepan, stir chocolate and corn syrup ... and add Karo. Place sauce on plate. Top with small slice of truffles. Serves 12 or more.
You will need ... bath. Heat the chocolate in a bowl ... plate. Make raspberry sauce by combining all ... with fresh raspberries and serve with the sauce.
MARQUISE: Melt chocolate and butter in ... it with cocoa. SAUCE: Cream the ... wooden spoon. Put the cream through a sieve and serve with the cake. Serves 8.
Line 8 1/2 ... quart saucepan stir chocolate, corn syrup ... hours. Serve with sauce. Serves 12. ... raspberries, thawed. Strain; stir in 1/3 cup Karo corn syrup.
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