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These little gems just arrived in my newest King Arthur Catalog and I know they'll be a HUGE hit with my family. They are savory little pancakes that look even better with a topping of black bean salad. I change the bean salad based on what I have available adding things like celery, left over corn, and even differant beans if black arn't available.
This is the recipe Yvan of Food Network Stars used for his promo and it decided me to vote for him. I was really surprised not to see it listed here already (I did search) so wanted to make sure it's available. A nice creamy, family favorite that's a little differant. If he wins his own show I'll watch it every time it comes on - it's cooking for real families, with an elegant twist. IMHO
Finally got around to making this for the family (made in a cast iron pot and served right ont he table in that. It was nice a creamy - but as the title says does have a mildly "sweet" taste from the corn - so if you decide to try this be prepared for that, I wasn't and it took me a minute to get used to get used to that.
This recipe was sent via email from All-recipes with a video showing onion rings that not only fry up crispy but STAY that way. The reason he reported is in the secret ingredient, instant mashed potatoes in the batter and panko crumbs.
As an update: Made these and while the taste is good and they certainly stayed crispy, for some reason I had trouble getting the coating to stick when cooking. I think maybe I didn't have the oil hot enough when I started, or maybe I needed a 2nd breading?? Not really sure, but if anyone has an idea please let me know.
This recipe came in my King Arthur catalog and is a little differant than the others I was able to find. Not to difficult to make and a dark, rich, creamy chocolate. No way it'll be on any diet, but for those special occassions could be just right. Cooking time includes crust and cooling time for pie
Found this on another on-line recipe channel and looks so good with great reviews. I've been looking for the perfect soft pretzel recipe that we used to enjoy in Germany at the request of my DGS and hoping this will fit the bill- sure looks like it.
I've found several other recipes with this title but this is a little differant.
As an update: Finally got around to making this and have to admit to them not coming out real pretty (just look at my photo) just didn't have the knack for twisting them and had trouble getting them into and out of the hot water, but the taste was really good. Maybe with practice they might look better!!!
Was grocery shopping and saw one of those small Taste of Homes recipe books and saw this photo on the cover. Had to have it and give it a try. It starts with a simple cake mix and produces a lovely, bakery looking cake just as it claims. Taste wonderful, looks pretty and not to hard, but is time consuming so plan ahead. Great for this time of year when all my rasberries are coming in. YUM
I just love King Arthur Flour recipes and this is no exception. The added coconut makes this sound so good to me and I"m wondering if maybe even some shopped pecans might be good. They say you can bake in differant type of pans, popover (which I'll be using) or muffin pans. I can't wait for my zucchini to come in so I can make a batch of this up.
I was sent this recipe from King Arthur with an order I recieved, tried it and they were so tender/crisp and easy to roll out and work with. My DGS helped and we really enjoyed them. Perfect for those holiday cutouts.
Timing does not include fridge time.
I recieved this on line and decided it was just to cute not to try. I found it it's easier than I thought and it'll for sure be on my Christmas table this year. You could use any of your favorite bread recipes or even 2 of those frozen doughs you buy at the store, but this is the one it came with. Time does not include raising.
I got this off another on-line recipe site and it looks so good I wanted to be sure and save it as this is the only site I really use. It's credited to a "QUIRKYIQ" and she states "the crispiest, spiciest, homemade fried chicken I have ever tasted! It is equally good served hot or cold and has been a picnic favorite" My whole family LOVES a good fried chicken so can't wait to try it out.
Since I've discovered sourdough bread I'm always looking for new recipes to try. I recieved this one with an order from King Arthur, tried it and really liked it even if it does take some effort, time and planning to get it done. If you like a stronger sourdough taste (which we do) it recommends to substitute 1/2 cup rye or whole wheat flour for 1/2 cup of the unbleached all-purpose flour in the sponge. Prep time does not include rising or making the spone
Recieved this in an email from King Arthur Flour and liked that it's made with Wheat flour and no white sugar, or added oil and not to sweet. Here's what they had to say: "moist, tender, richly flavored loaf features whole wheat flour, making this a super (and tasty!) way to increase your family's intake of healthy fiber.
This recipe came with a shortcake basket pan I purchased and we love it. The cake is not to sweet and firm enough to hold the fruit and whipped cream topping without becoming soggy. So much better than those little round discs you buy at the store. I topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, fresh strawberries, bananna and pineapple and a healthy serving of whipped crea. YUM
Got this recipe from King Arthur Flour site and knew I had to try it. I ordered the lemon bits and lemon powder from KAF but I think you could easily sub grated lemon and lemon juice for the same effect. I liked it best served warm, It came out tangy, light with burst of lemon goodness. So for you lemon lovers out there - I think you'll enjoy.
My family loves those European style dinner rolls described as "airy crumb and yeasty, savory flavor and a crust so crisp it pratically shatters when you bite into it, yet chewy enough to offer satisfying resistance" This was the perfect description that came with the recipe. I found this recipe in Cook's Illustrated Magazine and they turned out wonderful. It says the secret to them is a little whole wheat for a nice earthiness, a bit of honey for a subtly sweetness and a very wet dough for more steam bubbles during baking for an airier crumb. The recipe itself it pretty simple but I feel it's the preparation and baking process that gives it that distintive rustic result.
Prep time does not include rising time. There's a lot of steps but it's just very complete.
UPDATE: Thanks to MarySC for this note -You are supposed to repeat the entire "fold three times and rest for 30 minutes" step a second time.
I'll add this to the directions.
Found this recipe in a KAF catalog and is described as "Creamy, vanilla-scented bars, perfect with a cup of coffee" Sure sounds good to me for a Sunday Morning breakfast or just a special treat. Prep time does not include cooling
Recieved this in a WS magazine and I'm always looking for recipes for my tagine and this one sounds yummy. I often add a bay leaf during the simmering stage for extra flavor. Serve with mashed potatoes
Soft buns, topped with crunch seeds, perfect complement to grilled burgers. Got this recipe from King Arthur and it looks wonderful. Lots of bun recipes on here - but this looks to good to pass up. It's a pretty easy recipe to follow with resulting in (IMHO) some impressive looking buns! Prep time does not include rising.