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    18 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is one of 2 rye bread recipes I posted in answer to a request for a "marbled rye" bread. My suggestion for making the "marbled rye" is to knead the dark rye dough together with a "light" rye dough (Recipe # 43286), before shaping the loaves. (Of course that will make 4 loaves, since each recipe makes 2 loaves).This recipe makes a wonderful dark rye bread! (90 minute prep time includes rising time).

    Recipe #43285

    This recipe came with my Kitchen Aid mixer, and makes two absolutely beautiful loaves of French Bread. I misplaced my recipe book and recently found it again, so am adding this recipe to Zaar for safe-keeping! Make sure you use a very, very sharp knife to make the diagonal slashes. This bread is delicious on its own, for sopping up stew or soup broth, and with your favorite cheeses or toppings. Prep time specified includes rising time.

    Recipe #52289

    Posted in response to a request for a recipe for homemade puff pastry sheets.

    Recipe #16834

    For a nice change substitute finely shredded white cheddar cheese for the Parmesan cheese and fresh chopped chives for the parsley and also you could add in 1/4 cup mayo in with the butter mixture :)

    Recipe #105726

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Sweet biscuits from the Caribbean. Very easy to make.

    Recipe #308435

    Recipe #142410

    This is a recipe I've been making for years. The original recipe came from Taste of Home magazine in '98. It is awesome! *I add garlic and swiss to mine, though.

    Recipe #162290

    Recipe #54482

    I was sitting here trying to figure out what would be a quick thing to feed my kiddos for lunch and at the same time thumbing through the most recent issue of Quick Cooking magazine. This recipe was submitted by Lisa Keesee and it is so simple to make with ingredients you most likely have on hand. These soft cheesy wedges would be great as an appetizer or as an addition to your next meal. For my kids, this and some carrots with ranch was their lunch and they loved it! If you love extra cheesy things and like the sweet flavor of crescents, then you'll love this recipe! UPDATED 2/15/2005 Thanks to the tips of some wonderful reviewers, I tried this a different way. These can easily be rolled into a big rectangle shape. I also sprinkled some oregeno and pizza seasoning on it and it added a whole new dimension of flavor!

    Recipe #109423

    I made these with just about any meal--very buttery-good! My grandmother's recipe.

    Recipe #27797

    Our family likes these breadsticks because they are soft and chewy. I like to make them when I am in a hurry because they rise quickly.

    Recipe #71360

    My Mom has nice buns !! I finally got the recipe, and I'm posting it here for safe keeping. The method seems old fashioned, but it has never failed.

    Recipe #114832

    This naan is from the New Vegetarian Epicure. With just four ingredients and no yeast, it is simple to mix up, but it is so soft and flavorful I figured I'd add it to the many recipes already posted. Prep time does not include 1 hour of "resting."

    Recipe #203261

    Okay, go out and buy some puff pastry sheets! Then go back to your kitchen, and make these! You won't be sorry!

    Recipe #160424

    This is a super fast pizza crust I fall back on when there is absolutely no time. It makes a thick doughy crust. I top it with a jar of spaghetti sauce, shredded mozzarella, and veggies for a quick and reasonably healthy meal the kids will eat! Modified from "500 Fat Free Recipes"

    Recipe #80617

    I improvised on another recipe with what I had on hand and ended up with the BEST and RICHEST cornbread. This is great alongside my Recipe #237066. Tip: Don't get heavy-handed with the cayenne pepper, or the bread can quickly become way too spicy.

    Recipe #237072

    7 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This is one of those old family recipes a friend a wonderful baker of bread, buns and rolls shared with me good many years ago. Over the years it has been the one I make for holiday meals and special occasions ... not surprisingly they began to be called the 'Holiday Buns' My most requested recipe when family gathers. Shapes beautifully to make crusty buns, fluffy dinner rolls as well as lovely braided breads which I often sprinkle with sesame seeds. Recipe easily halved and very freezer friendly.

    Recipe #146085

    These biscuits are legendary at the State Fair of Texas. For about twenty years Ray Gregg, a chef at a local Dallas hotel, gave at least one demonstration each day on making "Batch Biscuits" for the three-week run of the Fair.) A "batch" being anything from six biscuits to two hundred -- which he baked for his normal demo, and the biscuits on the last day of the fair always tasted the same as they did on the first day. Ray had a comic flair that livened his demos. For instance, he would go to great length to emphasize the necessity of using accurate amounts of each ingredient -- then he would reach over and get a 5-gallon can in which he kept his flour and then poured several pounds into his huge 24-inch wooden mixing bowl, getting big laughs as he fanned the cloud of flour dust which resulted. He was equally exact with the other ingredients scooping a big wad of shortening direct from the can with his hand, and pouring "glugs" of milk direct from the jug. He also emphasized the necessity of being gentle with the dough to keep it from becoming tough by being ever so gentle after turning the dough onto the flowered surface -- he almost treated the tough as if it was fire hot. In his patter he would emphasize the need for gentleness and the necessity of "kneading all the lumps out, but occasionally you will encounter a stubborn lump so you have to -- " and he would reach over and get his 2-feet long rolling stick and give the dough several whacks -- which always surprised the audience, and slung bits of dough all over the place ( a la Gallagher and the watermelon bit.) He always got a big laugh from this bit of stick. I have had good results with this recipe over the years and I don't see the necessity of "fixin' what ain't broke," so, I will just hang on to this one. Later addition: After using this recipe for over thirty years I finally learned that the biscuits can be made much easier and faster with the use of a food processor. Just place the flour and shortening in the processor and give the "pulse" button three shorts bumps to achieve the normal "corn-meal sized particles." Add the milk and zap for about three or four seconds or until the dough forms a ball and starts riding on top of the mixing blade. My ol' southern Mama would flip in her grave if she knew I was making biscuits with a food processor!

    Recipe #217692

    This recipe is a variation of Red Lobsters "Cheddar Bay biscuits". Honestly, I like my way better. The are soooooo GOOD!!!!!

    Recipe #31206

    I got this recipe off a show on Food Network. They are a heavy biscuit that I think are delicious.

    Recipe #74427

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