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RecipesOnRails makes it easy for you to find, share, and manage your recipes online.

RecipesOnRails makes it easy for you to find, share, and manage your recipes online.

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Recent Comments

Warren said,
9 days ago
Hot Cocoa


Everyone thought the recipe was too rich, so I increased the milk from 800g to 1000g and reduced the sugar from 165g to 145g on 2/15/19


Warren said,
19 days ago
Tapioca


For chocolate tapioca, add 120g grated chocolate at step 3. Also increase milk to 925 grams as it seems too thick with the chocolate.


Warren said,
about 1 month ago
Cabbage Soup
From my father to my mother.


Note found in Creative Cookery :)


Warren said,
about 1 month ago
Hamantaschen


Made a triple batch of dough today. It was below freezing outside so I let them sit on the picnic table for about 2 hours. I'd guess they were frozen. Turned the oven up to 400 and left the convection fan on for about 4 minutes. Between those 3 changes, they held their shape much better. I'd think the fan was important to try to "set" the outside of the hamantaschen before the sides started to melt. This method would also let me get more on each baking sheet.

The triple batch yielded 40 hamantaschen. I think the dough was a little thicker.


Warren said,
about 2 months ago
Tapioca


Or, at @ 130 grams each, the yield is 8 nicer sized puddings.