It just takes a few minutes to make wonderful, homemade noodles. All you need is flour, egg and a pinch of salt 2 tablespoons of milk. What a tasty addition to fresh chicken soup! My grand kids love these noodles in chicken broth with shredded chicken. If you are in a hurry you can drop little chunks of the mix into boiling broth instead of rolling, cutting, and letting dry. They are more like dumplings than noodles this way. (They must be VERY small chunks because if they aren't dried first they puff up...)
These brownies are fudgey, gooey, chewy and so dark they're almost unholy...
Just one bite of this extremely dark brownie is all it takes to send you into a chocolate coma. Lightweights, beware! Enjoy with a tall glass of milk.
Recommended pan size is 9x13.
UPDATE 11/28: Appended Recipe. Brownies are no longer a thick dough but an oozy batter that looks cakey going in but is incredibly fudgy coming out. It's like eating a piece of fudge...
These croutons originally were part of a minestrone soup recipe. The soup was nothing to write home about and not a keeper but the croutons were to die for! I've doubled and quadrupled this recipe because my kids can eat these as if they were potato chips. It is truly scrumptious especially over a "good" soup or salad. This is a great way to use up stale bread.
Adapted from a recipe on Bon Appetit, that basically said just add Sriracha sauce to butter and slather on bread. I've put in some measurements. Add or subtract to taste. I posted ingredients for about 6 slices of bread.
I got this recipe from aunt in 1959. She says that the rolls freeze wonderfully and can be reheated in the microwave. Her other hint is that she also uses the dough as a refrigerator dough and bakes the rolls the next day.
These homemade dinner rolls, with a choice of 3 different toppings, compliment any holiday dinner and may even steal the show. Can't decide on just one topping? Try them all! Find more recipes at http://www.Bakerette.com
This recipe came with the very first bread machine I ever had by Oster. It is still my families favorite out of all the recipes I have tried. Cooking time is based on the time it takes my bread maker to make the bread. I make rolls and breadsticks by using the dough only cycle. I make a dozen rolls or 2 dozen breadstick.
Green Pastures is a long-time favorite restaurant in Austin, Texas. Most of us only get to go there for a very special event; but you can make their rolls at home for an ordinary dinner in.
I've had this recipe for years and years since I clipped it out of the Austin American-Statesman newspaper.
I had some bananas that were becoming very ripe so I decided to make a banana bread. I wanted something with a twist so I added the peaches in. Smells wonderful, tastes great! Perfect with a cup of tea!