|Favorite Salad Recipes (Magnetic Book)|
|by Coleen Simmons; Bob Simmons|
This miniature hardcover book has a magnet on the back so you can attach it to your refrigerator door, and a collection of great salad recipes inside.
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Cook apples with ... Roll out the pie dough and cut ... side. Remove from pan and drain on paper towel and dust lightly with powdered sugar. Makes about 12.
FILLING: Cook dried ... Prick top of pies with fork several ... consistency should be thin. Glaze pies and allow glaze to set before transferring to platter.
Work this together until the mixture resembles coarse peas. Then beat together (1 egg, 1/2 cup Milnot and 1/2 cup water). Mix it in with flour ...
Mix all the above together well. Mix egg and milk together in a quart jar - fill to top of jar with water + 1/3 cup. Add this to flour mixture and ...
Cook peaches according ... In skillet, fry pies in 1 inch ... side, turning only once. Drain well on paper towels. Put egg pastry under the fried peach pies.
Combine dry ingredients ... crimp edges with fork. Prick finished pies in 3 or 4 places. Fry in hot fat until brown. Put a thin glaze on one side of pie.
Place apples in ... ready to make pies. Cut shortening ... from skillet and drain on brown grocery bags, changing bags frequently. Serve either hot or cold.
Combine flour and ... secure to keep pie from opening while cooking. Place four pies in basket of ... not be necessary if oil is deep enough. Drain well.
Crust for pies. Mix 3/4 ... fruit. Fold over seal edges with finger tips. Fry in 375 degree oil in deep fryer until golden brown. Drain well. Serve warm!
Makes 12 (6 inch) fried pies. Mix dry ... fruit down very thick before putting on dough circles. Can use canned pie filling - cherry, peach or whatever.
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