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This recipe calls for pepper but the directions don’t say where to add it… I’m assuming it’s to season the chops, but they are already being seasoned with the breading mix. (I put a pinch into the mix.) I seriously don’t want to sound snarky or stupid! I live rurally with satellite internet and cannot watch the video portion of the recipe right now. I’m sure this is going to be delish! I’ve used your recipes before and I’m a fan!
This cake from Karina Gowing, the pastry chef at Arrows Restaurant in Ogunquit, Maine, is perfection for anyone who loves frosting. The ultracreamy icing, which is almost like a milk-chocolate ganache, gets spread liberally over layers of light, delicate, cocoa-flavored cake.
One of my favourite standby meals for pork, these Oven Baked Pork Chops are slathered in a tasty country-style rub using ingredients I bet you have in your pantry, then baked until golden and sticky. Add some baked potatoes, and you’ve got a fabulous one tray meal.
Substitute 1 pkg. (10 oz.) frozen chopped spinach for the browned ground beef. Thaw spinach; squeeze out excess liquid. Prepare recipe as directed, covering each ricotta layer with 1/3 of the spinach.
We pour a river of gravy over these mouthwateringly juicy, fried pork chops to complete our recipe for Backwoods Pork Chops with River Gravy. Between the perfectly seasoned pork and the creamy gravy, we just can’t decide what we like best!
For a standard 3-tier cake with a 10″ bottom tier, 8″ middle tier and 6″ top tier (two layers each), the recipe below will make the top tier. Then double it to make the middle tier, and triple it for the bottom.
Where do I begin? I started out very skeptical when I saw this cake on foodepix.com years ago. The name intrigued me at first. I had to click to see the recipe just to see why this cake is called magic cake, because there really is no such thing. Unfortunately the recipe was in another language, but there’s always google translator, the only problem is you know you always lose something in the translation. But not to worry, it was enough for me to realize why this cake is called magic cake.
Prepare Frosting: Pour water to a depth of 1 1/2 inches into a small saucepan; bring to a boil over medium heat. Whisk together 2 egg whites, 1 1/2 cups sugar, and next 3 ingredients in a heatproof bowl; place bowl over boiling water. Beat egg white mixture at medium-high speed with a handheld electric mixer 12 to 15 minutes or until stiff glossy peaks form and frosting is spreading consistency. Remove from heat, and spread immediately over top and sides of cake.
Also known as a Strawberry Buckle. This cake has a layer of fluffy white butter cake, followed by a layer of fresh strawberries, topped with a crunchy Graham Cracker Crumb streusel. more Just three ingredients (fresh strawberries, sugar, and lemon juice) are needed to make this delicious Strawberry Compote (stewed fruit). more A pumpkin spiced buttery sweet pound cake frosted with a delicious maple cream cheese frosting and chopped pecans. more
Tip: For chocolate cakes, use cocoa powder instead of flour to coat the pan. Cocoa powder prevents sticking and enhances the cake’s flavor, and traces of it won’t be obvious after the cake is turned out of the pan.
While the cake is baking, make the sauce. Melt butter in a small saucepan over medium low heat. Stir in the sugar, lemon juice, and salt and cook until it just simmers (bubbles around the edges). Remove from heat and stir in the vanilla.
Open both ends of tomato paste. Push one end up just a bit and slide the top lid off. Push the bottom lid clear through. Wipe both lids clean of paste and use a flat sided butter knife to scrape the side of the can clean.
I ended up trying hot pork Italian sausage instead of the plain ground pork in my first attempt at making this lasagna. I also assembled the lasagna the night before I baked it, and kept it in the fridge over night. I let the lasagna sit at room temp about an hour before I baked it and then upped the cooking time by 15 minutes, including a few minutes under broil, to brown the cheese a bit. It was my opinion, and that of my whole family, that this was the best lasagna we’ve ever had. Thanks so much for such a great recipe!
Maybe it should be called the World’s best VERY SWEET cake? I didn’t know that Norwegians were into VERY SWEET stuff (Europeans usually aren’t). At least they would add strawberries which add some acidity to counterbalance the sweetness. But bananas???
This looks like a recipe worth trying! I have a couple questions though. And YES I did read the faqs 😜 I read through the scathing comments and had to laugh. Google is friend also. First question. Have you colored this batter successfully? I’m wanting to make a rainbow cake. Second question. How sweet is this cake? I love sweets but i just tried a cake recipe and it was too sweet for even me and that’s saying something! I think it was nearly equal parts flour and sugar. I just am on a mission to find my perfect white/vanilla cake! Thanks for your time❤
I agree with petit_josephine. This version will never taste as rich and stodgy as a classic lasagne but what a fabulous healthy version it is. We are a big fan of Angela Nilsen’s healthy takes on classics and this one didn’t let you down. Even my carb loving husband approved! We will definitely have this again.
Hi! I’m in the process of baking your cake from this recipe. Just wondering if the batter is supposed to be thick? I had a hard time scraping it out of the bowl and into the pan. I’m thinking it might be due to the flour I used perhaps?? It’s the Robin Hood pre-sifted, enriched all purpose flour. That’s all I could find at the store at short notice. Your thoughts???
This not the recipe that my grandmother and mother taught me to make. We use a spice cake made from scratch and the icing is made from boiled sugar and coconut. But we love this recipe just as well. What hurts me is my cookbook that I kept all family recipes in has gone missing. So I can not give a true amount of ingredients for my family recipe. But as I said this makes up for the one that is gone. Give it a try I think you will like it also.