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    The microwaved apples should be pliable but not completely soft when cooked. To test for doneness, take one apple slice and try to bend it. If it snaps in half, it’s too firm; microwave it for an additional 30 seconds and test again. If Calvados is unavailable, 1 tablespoon of apple brandy or white rum can be substituted. I have not made this yet, but with the too oily review, I went on line and looked at others who have made this and what they said. Some of them have also had this same problem, but note some had also changed to 2% milk. This might have also affected the batter. Other say they did not have this problem. One advised this might been because he had gotten the oil to emulsified into the batter using an immersion blender. They bakers with the too oily cakes advised they will cut down the oil to 1/2 cup add 1/2 cup apple sauce if they make again. Note this is more cutard like then a normal American cake texture.

    Recipe #487003

    If Chinese black vinegar is unavailable, substitute 2 teaspoons of balsamic vinegar and 2 teaspoons of rice vinegar. If Asian broad-bean chili paste is unavailable, substitute 2 teaspoons of Asian chili-garlic paste or Sriracha sauce. Serve with steamed white rice.

    Recipe #487082

    After quartering, slice the onions pole to pole for substantial slices that will hold up to long cooking. Beef bones are stocked in the freezer or meat section of supermarkets.

    Recipe #487062

    We found that sandwich bread improved markedly when kneaded with a standing mixer or food processor, which helped us resist the temptation to add extra flour.

    Recipe #487135

    This is a sweet/tart coffee cake with holiday spices. I like to make this the night before a holiday for breakfast, this way I can start cooking holiday dinner and still have something to eat. This is based off the original recipe #147253, but I have made enough changes it has turn in to a new item, with new flavors. This calls for only 2 cups cranberries, either fresh OR frozen.

    Recipe #264840

    Use a high quality bittersweet or semisweet chocolate for this recipe, Callebaut Intense Dark Chocolate L-60-40NV or Ghirardelli Bittersweet Chocolate Baking Bar. You can omit ganache filling for a more traditional cupcake. The cupcakes can be made up to 24 hours in advance and stored unfrosted in an airtight container.

    Recipe #487200

    Recipe #487116

    Use all-yellow to lightly spotted, not green-topped or all-brown bananas for this recipe. Peel and slice the bananas just before using to help prevent browning. When straining the half-and-half in step 2, do not press on the bananas or the custard will turn gray as it sits. The pie can be made up to 24 hours in advance.**Prep-time includes cooling time for pudding and pie shell.

    Recipe #487957

    To make a vegetarian version of this soup, substitute vegetable broth for the chicken broth.

    Recipe #487132

    If you’re short on chicken fat at the end of step 1, supplement it with vegetable oil. Chicken soup with wide homemade noodles.

    Recipe #497345

    This recipe easily doubles. Make sure to cool the baking sheets between batches.

    Recipe #487951

    Don’t fill the blender by more than two-thirds with hot soup; if necessary, process in three batches. You can also use an immersion blender to process the soup directly in the pot. Use the lowest setting on your toaster to dry out the bread without over-browning it.

    Recipe #487244

    A 4-pound chuck-eye roast, well trimmed of fat, can be substituted for the steak. Because much of the chili flavor is held in the fat of this dish, refrain from skimming fat from the surface. Wear gloves when working with both dried and fresh chiles. Dried New Mexican or guajillo chiles make a good substitute for the anchos; each dried árbol may be substituted with 1/8 teaspoon cayenne. If you prefer not to work with any whole dried chiles, the anchos and árbols can be replaced with 1/2 cup commercial chili powder and 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper, though the texture of the chili will be slightly compromised. Good choices for condiments include diced avocado, chopped red onion, chopped cilantro leaves, lime wedges, sour cream, and shredded Monterey Jack or cheddar cheese. The chili can be made up to 3 days in advance. Prep time includes the beans soaking time.

    Recipe #486880

    I found a recipe similar on all recipes, but I did not like how long it took to cooked down. I like chunky jam and do not like to stand at the stove that long. So I changed it to use pectin instead. Cooking time has canning time added, but does not count the 1 hour soaking.

    Recipe #393265

    Serve with sour cream and cheese to cool the burn. For less heat, reduce the cayenne pepper to 1/4 teaspoon or omit it altogether. The ground beef will become dry if the chili is cooked for more than 8 hours.

    Recipe #487949

    From Better Homes and Gardens canning mag.

    Recipe #483938

    In step 2, if after mixing for 10 minutes the dough is still wet and sticky, add up to ¼ cup flour (a tablespoon at a time) until the dough releases from the bowl. For smaller cinnamon buns, cut the dough into 12 pieces in step 3.

    Recipe #487087

    Use chilled butter so it won’t melt when you add the melted chips in step 2. If the chilled dough begins to split as you slice it, soften it on the counter for 10 minutes. Prep-time includes chill time.

    Recipe #487202

    You’ll need the juice and zest of one orange for this recipe. If the dough becomes too soft to work with at any point, refrigerate it until it’s firm enough to easily handle. Make sure to use tin foil liners, otherwise it will be very hard to get these buns out of the pan because the filling is so sugary.

    Recipe #487086

    From the cook book "Tapas":Little Dishes of Spain

    Recipe #483875

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