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    Popular street food in Hong Kong. These are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Gai Daan Jai (Tsai) means Little Chicken Eggs. Other names include Puffe, Bubble Waffle, Eggettes, Egg Puffs and I am sure there are other names. Served for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Either served flat or rolled with fruit in the center. You must have a special egg waffle pan to make these. You can find a nice one at Williams Sonoma.

    Recipe #513979

    5 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping, from cookingclub.com. Baking powder biscuits scream "Southern". These are best served warm or directly from the oven. This version has LOTS of CRACKED PEPPER. Cracked black pepper can be purchased in the spice aisle. To crack your own, place whole peppercorns in heavy resealable plastic bag; seal bag, then pound with flat side of meat mallet until coarsely chopped.

    Recipe #511408

    Shared from http://www.lovefoodies.com/aloha-bread.html#.Up9bdMRDuE3 These are a delicious bundle of soft, light, mildly sweet rolls with a pineapple flavor. I made them for our Thanksgiving feast last week and they were a HUGE hit -- the best rolls I've ever made!

    Recipe #510330

    Sourced from a weekend newspaper magazine - we have used the dough to make gozleme, but I think you could use it for just about anything!

    Recipe #500849

    whole grain dough kept refrigerated (or frozen) for pizza, pretzels, or buns. The method is similar to Reinhart's "artisan breads every day". Preparation time does not include refrigeration overnight.

    Recipe #486979

    203 Reviews |  By BDMK

    "Ready, Set, Cook! Contest Entry." Bacon lattice and cheese topped flaky biscuits filled with fresh chopped tomatoes and onions in a seasoned cream cheese and mayonnaise mixture. This recipe is not only eye appealing but also adds a lot of flavor to your taste buds!

    Recipe #486496

    Chapati is the most commonly eaten bread in Northern India. It is very similar in shape to the Mexican tortilla, but very different in texture and flavor. If you make Chapati ahead of time, reheat before serving by wrapping a stack in foil and heat in a 325° oven for 10 to 15 minutes. If they seem dry, sprinkle a little water before reheating. Prep time does include dough standing time. Serve with Recipe #482643 482643.

    Recipe #482651

    Puffy, crisp and high sides with a tender bottom. The lowfat content of the milk and the cornstarch replacing some of the flour in other recipes insure the puffy crispy sides.

    Recipe #479002

    A friend gave me this recipe; with only 4 ingredients, it's super easy. Tasty, too!

    Recipe #474629

    I'm now 32 years old and I've never tasted/baked scones. But 2 weeks ago I made a recipe and loved it. So now I'm in search of great looking recipes for scones. And this one seems to be delish and also I love coconut. From the blog Heather's Dish

    Recipe #474350

    1 Reviews |  By Zurie

    Not a bread roll by any stretch of the imagination! But some time ago a dietician wrote down a similar recipe for a friend on a weight-loss diet, and I tweaked it. It's one of those strange, clever ideas, ideal as a pretend-bun for those who should stay away from bread, such as diabetics. I have discovered since that several fairly similar (not exactly the same) recipes are floating round the Internet. This is not bread, it does not puff up enormously, and, eaten as is, it is quite bland. But it can be dressed up with low-carb savoury toppings -- and you could even put a beef pattie between two of these puffs! I experimented a little with these floppies, and found that at room temperature, in a plastic bag, they last for days. I kept some out to see what would happen if they dried out a little, and I liked their texture better after a day or two! Keep in mind that these are especially handy to use with bacon, eggs and a side of sliced tomato! Or to use with any egg dish which needs a "receptacle", such as scrambled eggs or an omelette. By the way, you can toast them too! The nutrition table will show how low-carb they are!!

    Recipe #473830

    7 Reviews |  By awalde

    This is a traditional recipe from my fathers family. There a many versions of them. For this reason I will give alternatives for the ingredients. Traditional it is eaten with Parma ham and rucola. You can fill it with cheese or whatever you like. These should be more cripy than mexican tortilla and should be eaten just after cooking. Don't store them tight, they would turn too soft. Fold the warm piadina and fill it with your favorite ingredients.

    Recipe #471567

    This is an easy and quick recipe for making homemade spring roll wrappers. Homemade is always better.

    Recipe #471396

    3 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    These are a delicious savory waffle that can be used as a bed for your favorite chili or meat gravy. They also make a mean sandwich when split in half. The recipe has the instructions for both gluten free and regular. Leftovers can be stored in a sealed plastic bag and toasted as needed.

    Recipe #465670

    From Gourmet Magazine, May 2003. The recipe doubles well and leftovers may be frozen. Try customizing, like sifting into the dry ingredients a small amount of sesame seeds, flaxseeds or maybe, thyme. The honey may be increased slightly. Try to resist substituting the olive oil with regular oil, for it gives better flavor. Update 8/10: I added 1 teaspoon flaxseed meal to the dough with good results. On the other hand, I tried pressing some flaxseeds on top but, most fell off in my oven. I'd stick to adding seeds to the dough.

    Recipe #458986

    My recipe for naan flatbread takes a little time, but is easy to prepare.

    Recipe #458225

    1 Reviews |  By awalde

    Thai pancake are one of the hit of street food. The recipe came with the Indian culture and was adopted and adapted to the Thai taste. We had a lot times this pancakes in Thailand. My children love this and they wanted to have some at home too. I found the recipe in http://www.importfood.com/recipes/roti.html Videos: http://importfood.com/videos/038-Dish8.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFb9hn_FcSQ&feature=player_embedded#at=44

    Recipe #457508

    An absolutely spectacular dessert! Recipe found in an old cookbook called More Fun and Flavour With Spices. You can use the crepe recipe I'm including or use your own favourite recipe. The crepes can be made ahead of time and frozen. Simply reheat them in a slow oven (I would wrap them in foil to prevent hardening). The cooking time does not include the 1 hour stand time for the crepe batter.

    Recipe #455975

    This recipe comes from Classic International Recipes. This dish is popular in Ethiopia, and is used to scoop up stews, or "wat". The recipe information states that it is similar in taste to buttermilk pancakes, but thin, like crepes. Traditionally, injera is formed into a large circle. I posted this to serve with my Recipe #455567 Doro Wat.

    Recipe #455607

    Nan-e Barbari is a popular Persian flatbread. It is often eaten with salty soft cheese such as feta with herbs (sabzi) or jam and a cup of tea for breakfast. It is similar to Armenian matnakash bread. I made this once for my Iranian boyfriend's parents and they approved :)

    Recipe #453533

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