This is an adaptation from a recipe posted on hungrybrowser.com in the Uncle Phaedrus section. I used my breadmaker to put the dough together and then hand shaped the loaves for baking. To use for a panini sandwich, slice each loaf in eighths (rendering 4 sandwiches per loaf), fill with your favorite ingredients and use your panini maker or grill with press to prepare a delicious sandwich. Mangia!
This came from a request on our Request a Recipe board. My experiment incorporated KimmieOH's (recipe #45567) and Sharon123's (recipe #48766) recipes and I'd like to thank both of them. The recipe looks more complicated than it is. There are quite a few steps, but each one is simple and not as time consuming as it appears and most can be done ahead of time. If you prefer a sweeter pretzel you can try a different type of apple (I liked the tartness of the Granny Smith's). Also, I added the pecans as my personal preference, but they can be omitted. I think the results came out great. Hope you do, too.
Easy bread recipe taking about 3 hours from start to eating. First-timers can be successful with this bread if they aren't intimidated by the slight stickiness of the dough. This is an adaptation from Bernard Clayton's New Complete Book of Breads. The loaves are soft and evenly textured.
Simple, tasty, and off the beaten track from regular rice bowls. Assembly takes moments and everything can be prepared in advance and frozen. Easily prepped, frozen, and microwaveable with the exception of the bananas and garnish. Also, can be arranged without the chicken for a nice vegetarian meal. Great dish for Chinese takeout leftover rice!
Creamy, refreshing, rich, and delicious beyond belief. The ingredients list contains some unusual items, but it's truly worth seeking these out and investing in them. You're guaranteed to prepare this over and over again. Relatively simple to prepare with maximum results. This is not for the faint-hearted or the calorically challenged. Enjoy!
A nice twist on using cauliflower. We've had this recipe in our family for many years and it's always a nice change from the normal salad. Add or subtract ingredients as you have them on hand without greatly changing the overall recipe. Preparation time does not include time for marinading in refrigerator.
Another of my grandmother's down home recipes. Has the sweet-sour taste of old Europe. True comfort food to be served with mashed potatoes dunked into the extra sauce and a crisp salad. May also be made in cabbage leaves for a stuffed cabbage recipe; cooking method is the same, but beef is rolled in each cabbage leaf.
An old Eastern European recipe that can sometimes be found in NY bakeries. This is my grandmother's recipe where my sister painstakingly forced my grandmother to place her handfuls of flour into measuring cups for proper measurements. The recipe is exactly as she made it and far better then any I've had from a bakery shelf. Note: Preparation time doesn't include 1 hour and 15 minutes for rising this yeast dough.
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