|Chinese Cooking for Dummies|
|by Martin Yan|
TV chef Martin Yan demystifies the art of Chinese cooking!In this cookbook fromt he bestselling cookbook author and star of PBS-TV's Yan Can Cook,...
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In a sauce pan, melt the white chocolate over LOW heat. ... hour). When cool, break into pieces. The candy is now ready to serve. Everybody loves this candy!
Melt together above ingredients. Stir in: Drop by spoonfuls onto waxed paper and let harden. Yield: 8 dozen.
Melt chocolate - in microwave ... fully melted, repeat until chocolate is runny. Add all other ingredients; mix well, then spoon onto wax paper to harden.
Mix all ingredients in cake pan. Pour melted chocolate over and mix quickly. Drop cookies on wax paper until cool. Makes 60-75 cookies.
Bake nuts for ... and cool. Melt chocolate and cool to ... and berries into bark, spread about ... break into pieces. Store airtight for up to one week.
Break white chocolate coating into pieces. ... Pour onto unbuttered aluminum foil and spread to about 1/4" thick. Let set until firm. Break into pieces.
Melt chocolate; add peanut butter and other ingredients. Drop by spoonfuls on wax paper.
Melt chocolate over low heat or ... stirring often. Stir in rest of ingredients. Drop by spoonfuls onto waxed paper. Store in a tightly covered container.
Melt chocolate over water (or ... Remove from heat and add remaining ingredients; mix. Drop by spoonful onto wax paper; cool then serve. Very easy and pretty.
Melt chocolate in a saucepan ... in candies and food coloring. Spread in foil covered 12 x 15 inch baking sheet. Let stand until firm. Cut or break apart.
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