i couldn't decide which one of these recipes i wanted,recipe#73033 by chef#37449 or recipe#251220 by chef#89831.so, i thought of a way to combine those two recipes.if you want to double this recipe,please do not add more than 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder
years ago my little sis was a consultant for pampered chef and she made this for a party. i copied this down on a recipe card (very faded now) and long ago gave away the booklet this came from. this is incredibly easy and oh so very good. i like to ser
very tasty and addicting sweet bread. secret ingredients are mahleb, seeds which can be purchased in any middle eastern grocery, and nigella, black seeds. makes two large or three small loaves. passive work time includes rising time and baking time.
betty given demonstrates recipes on youtube. when she demonstrated this recipe she praised it so highly, i had to copy it down. she calls this her go-to recipe and she uses it whenever she takes a meal to a neighbor for whatever reason.
*this is an adopted recipe as of 16 august 2006.* pronounced "mayonais-ie" this is one of my favorite food discoveries as a wife of a brazilian. i have had this served to me at many brasilian cook-outs, called "churrasco" in brazil, and have had it in res
from a vietnamese recipe website, this is delicious, very healthy and perfect for those warm summer days. i highly recommend nat da brat's nuoc cham #103760 for the dressing - zaar won't let me write it in the ingredients, but you need about 2-4 tablespoo
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