Classic Apple Fritters Doughnuts
Delicious and classic apple fritters doughnuts made with yeast, flavoured with cinnamon and chunks of apples, deep fried and glazed. A great sweet treat!
How to Make Cream Puffs- Baker Bettie
Learn how to make cream puffs from scratch using the basic pate a choux pastry. Fill with chantilly cream or pastry cream.
28 Surprisingly Delicious Great Depression Recipes You Should Try
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Homemade Potato Garlic Gnocchi
Ingredients 2 small potatoes, boiled 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 egg, lightly beaten 1 tsp dried basil 1 tsp dried oregano pinch pepper large pinch salt 100 - 125g flour View Full Recipe Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus About Asad Jafar This is a short description in the author block about the author. You edit it by entering text in the "Biographical Info" field in the user admin panel. RELATED POSTS
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Polish Hamburgers - The Tipsy Housewife
This is one of those family recipes that you never stop craving. These Polish Hamburgers are a meal that my Grandma always used to make. We would have them on weekdays, and sometimes we would even have them on special occasions. They were THAT good. Polish Hamburgers are called Klotlety or Klupskies in Polish. Every family makes them their own special way, but they are all similar. Typically they are made with ground pork, onions, eggs, bread and milk, along with spices and seasonings. The…
Czech Kolaches (sheet cake version)
Being Czech means that a lot of people I run in to either a) have no idea where Prague/Czech Republic is, or b) know kolaches (or koláčy ) ...