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Instead of using paprica and onions,I used Italian bread crumbs, lawyer’s +it’s pronounced Lori) season salt and a pinch of garlic powder…I coated the chops with this and seard them for 30 to 45 seconds.Then baked them for 18 minutes at 400 degrees… Turned out very good I would definitely recommend this recipe to all my friends
I’m reposting this Magic Cake here on Jo Cooks today because to this day it’s the most popular recipes here and it’s the one recipe that I usually get the most questions on. Plus I’ve also made a video for you guys to see just how easy it is to make, simply scroll down to see it.
I recommend serving this yummy treat when it’s warm because it just melts in your mouth and tastes just like regular Cinnamon Rolls! We love this cinnamon cake so much that we have it for Christmas every year. It’s just SO good!!
Easy cake recipes are perfect for casual desserts, quick bake sale contributions, brunches, and afternoon breaks — when you crave something sweet but unfussy. Our collection includes chocolate pound cake, lemon Bundt cake, spiced carrot cake, cinnamon coffee cake, and more.
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Sounds yummy!! Can’t wait to make it. I usually make something like this in two pans and give one to the Elder and Sister missionaries in our ward — they always love these dishes. So is it right then that you don’t cook the lasagna noodles?? Just want to be sure.
This cake was amazing! I didn’t get the best rise but I’m in high altitude and that just makes everything wonky. Otherwise it magnificent. It was so bouncy and fluffy and had a lovely delicate flavor. I had been toying with a very similar recipe and it just wasn’t right…..there were a few very small differences with this recipe and it made ALL the difference. Baking is so fascinating, and such a science! For those averse to almond, the almond flavor in this was so delicate and not at all overwhelming as it can sometimes be. I folded in 1/3 cup rainbow sequin sprinkles and made this a confetti cake for my 2yr olds birthday. Everyone raved and this recipe earned a spot in my coveted recipe box (very exclusive haha!). Thanks very much for sharing, this was so great that I will definitely be trying out the chocolate version for my next event.
Blueberries, sour cream, and a lemon-cream topping. These few extra ingredients and flavors make this cake all the more varied and exciting. Your guests will never guess you simply jazzed up a classic pound cake recipe.
Hello, I figured I should come back and leave a reply on how the marvle cake went, I used this recipe and your chocolate one, they paired happily together and the butter cream frosting, I used 1 cup unsalted butter softned and I used 1/2 cup salted, and used 1tsp of clear vanilla and one regular instead of almond extract, both cakes turned out amazing and making the marvle look was fun, raspberry filling was yum with it as well, all liked it and the birthday girl loved it, it made an awesome birthday cake, I’m going to try these cake individually, via cupcakes, and I did add two whole vanilla beans to the vanilla cake, my bf daughter wanted a vanilla bean and chocolate marvle cake, I found this recipe and thought, these would be great cakes, so I figured hmm add vanilla bean to it, it turned out yum, thanks for these recipes and your hard work, hope all goes well!!!. Happy baking!!.
Cool the cakes on a wire rack for 10 minutes, then loosen the edges by running a knife along the sides of the pan, turn the cakes out onto the racks and cool for at least another hour before frosting.
Preheat oven to 350° F. In a small bowl, combine the ricotta, provolone, 2 tablespoons of the basil, the egg, and the crushed red pepper. Place 3/4 cup of the pasta-sauce mixture in the bottom of a 13-by-9-inch baking pan. Top with 3 cooked noodles, then spread a third of the ricotta mixture evenly over the noodles. Sprinkle with a third of the mozzarella and top with 3/4 cup of the pasta-sauce mixture. Repeat the layers, ending with 3/4 cup of the pasta-sauce mixture and the final 3 noodles. Spread the remaining sauce on top, sprinkle with the Parmesan, and cover with foil.
Chocolate Marble Bread has lovely swirls of chocolate and vanilla scented batters so we can enjoy a chocolate and a vanilla cake at the same time. more This Chocolate Meringue Cake is very impressive looking with its two layers of sponge cake and meringue sandwiched together with whipped cream and crushed raspberries. more A Chocolate Cheesecake is a real showstopper that combines three delicious layers of chocolate. more
Hi Flo, I am not sure off the top of my head. Do you have a thermometer? You want it to get to 165 degrees in the middle. I’d probably still bake it for at least 20 minutes with the foil on, then test it after 15 minutes with the foil off. And just go from there. Good luck!
I’m a little confused. I see you mentioning baking powder in high altitude directions but there is no baking powder in recipe. Is that used only for high altitude. I have just made this and will soon find out.
Hello Louisa! I am sure an electric oven would be fine. I can’t see why not. You mean electric as opposed to gas, right? I am not sure about separating the eggs and whipping the whites. Sounds like more work to me! You could try it, I’d love to hear how it goes! Thanks.
I just made this cake. All three layers feel light and fluffy but they are not thick layers for sure. When putting the batter in 3 pans you can just know it’s going to make thinner layers. I should have divided between two pans. Layers may be an inch thick if that. I watched the video and read everything before started. I have professional straight edge 9″ pans, all fresh ingredients, and I know how to bake. I doubt the layers look like your picture when I put it together and it’s cut. Hoping it taste fantastic as it’s for someones birthday party.
I made these tonight and they were very good going exactly by the recipe. Next time I’ll use an egg to keep the coating on better. Also will take less time to sear. The cheese tends to brown easily. I’ve been looking for a new pork chop recipe and glad I found it on Skiptomylou. Thx!
Our All-In-One Pork Chop Dinner has everything you love in a pork chop dinner. We’re talking creamy mashed potatoes, cheesy broccoli, and juicy, skillet-fried pork chops. Best part? It’s ready in 15 minutes!
If Thanksgiving is your favorite holiday, try this spin on the traditional turkey and gravy. With cider gravy and dried cranberries, your tastebuds will be in for a sweet spin. Plus unlike turkey dinner, this recipes’ nutritional profile won’t leave you unbuttoning your jeans. Find yourself doing that often lately? Check out these 50 Little Things Making You Fatter and Fatter. Happy Porksgiving.
I am Anne Byrn, the New York Times best-selling cookbook author who has inspired millions of Americans to bake cake. In the midst of raising a busy family, I reached for a cake mix and wrote an article and then the break-out hit cookbook called, The Cake Mix Doctor.
Originally, the word ripieno means “stuffing” or “padding” in Italian, and is a musical term used in reference to an instrument that accompanies or strengthens an orchestra. In cooking, the word kind of works the same – a ripieno stuffing strengthens whatever meat or vegetable in you incorporate it into. In this recipe, asiago cheese, breadcrumbs, herbs, and spices serve as the filling for these stuffed pork chops. And don’t worry – cooking this dish is not nearly as complicated as directing an orchestra. Simply stuff the pork chops with fresh Italian ingredients, and stick them in the oven for 40 minutes—it’s that easy!                 
I am going to make this cake for a birthday for a friend of mine for a luncheon. I wanted to do the icing in a basketweave pattern and fill the top with strawberries. Will this icing work for a basketweave or is there a better icing I could use, i.e., cream cheese icing maybe?
I think I owe you an apology. This wasn’t intended to be in the Whole30 category. I checked that category box by mistake… ugh! Now that being said, you can use a different thickening agent other than flour. I have not tried it with almond flour or coconut flour though. Would love to know if it works though as this would be a fabulous Whole30 meal! Again, my apologies Nicole!
When a cake bakes too fast, it can develop tunnels and cracks; one that bakes too slowly can be coarse. Let your oven preheat for at least 10 minutes, and use an oven thermometer to make sure it reaches the proper temperature.