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!
this is very similar to the one i used to make as a vegetarian, but i had a small amount of meat to use up, so i tried this. again it's also good as a burrito filling and topped with whatever you normally like on your chili. i use reduced fat cheddar chee
thai curries are brilliant combinations of curry paste, coconut milk, vegetables, and meat, seafood or tofu, punctuated by intoxicating fresh herbs. the flavors are exotic, but they're surprisingly quick to cook (15 minutes maximum) with a nearly identica
legend has it that my great aunt jennie used to make the best pies with oil. as i kid i'm not sure i taste tested them but she had a gift for baking. i just ran across her recipe for pie crust. i'll be making it soon, but in the mean time.... give it a tr
i have been baking this cake for nearly 30 years. i quite often double the recipe and make two cakes. slice it when cold, wrap well and freeze - dh helps himself to take for morning tea. this originates from margaret fulton's cookbook. in the origina
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