delicate, buttery, tangy, delicious... are just a few adjectives that describes these swedish pancake/crepes from cook's country magazine (october 2010). the secret lies in using instant flour and club soda. lingonberries are the authentic jam to use for this recipe, and they have become more readily available in supermarkets. i loved this recipe, as they reminded me of the swedish pancakes that i had at an international house of pancakes, years ago. you can serve these with plain jam, but i decided to add the jam to whipped butter which gave these extra richness-- with a few extra calories. once in a while, just live it up!
i've tried making hollandaise from scratch with limited success. i tried several hollandaise mixes and finally found the right compromise. the rest is easy. eggs can be a challenge, and you may have a method that works better for you. i've always had
with valentine's day coming up i just had to share this scrumptious-looking recipe for heart-shaped scones. i plan on trying it very soon using margarine and soy milk in place of the heavy cream! i got this from care2.com's eat well naturally newsletter.
these are awesome! very different from the typical mayo/mustard/onion deviled eggs. great for summer parties, since there is no mayonnaise called for. everyone has asked me for this recipe! by the way, this is the first recipe that i have posted, so g
spicy baja tuna steaks topped with your favorite guacamole. the recipe #400754 has chili's that are quite spicy and the guacamole is a perfect accomodante. my chili powder is very hot and fresh. if need be do double yours accordingly.
great side dish for a bbq or lunch buffet. this was my mom's neighbor's recipe and i got the same recipe from my friend and neighbor (small world). the ramen noodles add and nice crunch and this is very simple to prepare. you can half the ingredients
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