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eggless orange muffins recipe with step by step photos – easy to prepare eggless orange muffins with whole wheat flour. eggless cakes, muffins and cookies are often made at home. and they get over soon too. as and when i get time, i will be adding more of baked goodies recipe. i have already posted few muffins recipes like banana muffins, mango muffins and chocolate chip … [Read more…] about eggless orange muffins recipe, whole wheat orange muffins recipe
Perfect recipe for chops! The coating came out crispy but the chops were still tender. Made this last night and should of taken a pic before the family inhaled it. I will be using this recipe frequently!! Thank you for sharing.
Evenly divide batter into your prepared cake pans, and bake on 350F (175C) for 30-35 minutes.  When the cake is done, the surface should spring back to the touch and a toothpick inserted in the center should come out mostly clean with few moist crumbs (no wet batter).
Janine, I would say about 1-1/2 teaspoons of rosemary for the pot of sauce. Start with smaller amount, cook for a bit and taste to see if you’d like to add more. My mother was from the Venice area and used rosemary in sauces, roasts, etc.
For the sauce, heat 1/2 cup oil in a large heavy Dutch oven or kettle over low heat. Add the onions, minced garlic and pancetta, and cook, stirring, for 10 minutes, until the onions are wilted. Season liberally with salt and pepper. Raise heat slightly, add the wine and cook until it is mostly reduced, about 20 minutes. Crush the tomatoes into the pan, and add their juice. Add the tomato paste and 2 cups lukewarm water. Simmer for 1 hour.
This was THE BEST lasagna recipe I’ve ever made! I had my dad come over for dinner and he said it is by far THE BEST lasagna he’s ever had! Very happy with the results and have added it to my “favorites” cookbook in my kitchen!
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“Made it for my granddaughter, Ava today. It was wonderful, so much chocolate flavor. The frosting wasn’t gooey sweet but smooth and silky and had perfect sweetness. Everyone agreed it is a keeper, will make it again and again.
This recipe is PHENOMINAL! I’m baking a wedding cake with it right now. It’s fluffy and moist and beautiful with a great flavor. I used the typical sub for cake flour (flour + corn starch) and it’s perfect.
By the 18th century cakes were beginning to be made without yeast. Some yeast risen cakes survived, such as the Alsatian Kugelhopf, but the new cakes got their lightness from beaten eggs. But not only did some recipes call for an astounding number of eggs (upwards of 30) but they required long hours of beating. Unfortunately, this went on until technology caught up with the invention of baking soda (1840s) followed closely by baking powder (1860s).The quality of baked goods would continue to improve over time as ingredients became more refined and of a consistent quality.
This recipe is in fact a favorite in our house! It always turns out delicious. I generally halve the recipe and cook in a dish. I have never precooked the spinach – I just cut it into slices with kitchen shears. This works perfectly and saves time.
Is the rack in your oven level? I’d actually use a level and see. It’s possible that it isn’t. The next consideration would be to make sure that you grease the sides of your pans so they are able to climb.
Many people are saying it’s soupy or watery. I wonder if it depends on the percentage of the cottage cheese and sour cream. The light and no fat tend to be more watery in general. I plan on making this soon!! It looks great!
We tried these tonight and liked them, but they were a bit too dry. That might be because I tried baking at 325F for 45 minutes instead of 1 hour at 300F. Also, next time I think I’ll add a little salt to the seasoning mixture. But otherwise we enjoyed them! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
In 2001, Regina Schrambling went on a week long odyssey in search of the ultimate lasagna recipe. She tested several, and finally found her ideal in a mash-up of recipes from Giuliano Bugialli and Elodia Rigante, both Italian cookbook authors.
I’m not even sure how I came across your blog and this recipe, but my Sunday brunch crew thanks you! It took just a few minutes to put together and was absolutely amazing. I’d recommend this recipe for a brunch potluck or for a family get-together on a holiday morning.
I just made the meat sauce today and our house smells delicious.  I’m planning on making the lasagna Sunday afternoon to have for dinner on Monday night.  Do you think it’s fine for the lasagna to site already-made in the fridge for 24 hours?  I wasn’t sure if the overnight/8-hr suggestion was the ideal timeframe?  Part of me figures by overnight you meant for dinner the next night but perhaps you meant earlier in the day (not that there’s anything wrong with that!).  Sorry if that’s a stupid question….
Note that the picture above shows the cake cut into 9 servings, instead of the 16 frosted servings noted in the nutritional information. We thought it simply looked better cut that way; but we encourage you to serve it in 2” squares, which yields 16 servings.
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There are three sources of cheese in this recipe. First you have the classic lasagna filling of ricotta cheese. Use whole milk ricotta cheese in this recipe for best results. This recipe isn’t about skimping! I’ve kept the ricotta filling quite simple and added just a touch of ground nutmeg for authentic flavor. The egg acts as a binding agent and gives the filling the ideal texture.
I made these tonight and followed directions as it said…if they are to be finished off in the oven they should be seared WAY less. I had about 1 inch thick pork chops and by the time I finished searing both sides they were way overdone. I didn’t put them in the oven because I knew they would be almost inedible. Good crust recipe though, but if you cook it as this recipe says, you’re going to be chewing on rubber.
This was pretty good but could have used more red pepper flakes and more spices. I used herbes de Provence bc I was out of dried oregano. Also chopped fresh basil and just added that on top of ricotta layer versus blending it in filling. Could have used much more as the basil flavor got lost.
When I saw a lasagna recipe that did not call for precooking the noodles, I was anxious to try this time-saving shortcut. Making some changes and additions to suit my taste, I developed this popular dish that I now call my own.
These look awesome Kristyn! I didn’t start cooking pork chops till just recently either. I’ll have to give these a try. If you haven’t tried ranch crock pot pork chops, you really should. They are easy and so yummy!. http://www.creationsbykara.com/2012/05/ranch-crock-pot-pork-chops.html
I’ve made this cake twice now. Each time it has come out decidant. It’s a wonderful recipe! I used all-purpose flour each time because I didn’t have cake flour, but I made sure it would be a better texture with cake flour.
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Man, this is some stinkin’ fantastic lasagna. I can scarcely describe how easy and delicious this turned out. My wife and I ate it until we were seeing lasagna spots before our eyes. I have dreams of serving this to friends at a fancy dinner party, then cackling with glee when I reveal the ingredient list to them.
“This is exactly what I was looking for as a basic recipe. However, for my family, the sauce was bland. I had to really spice it up. It turned out really well. I’ll be hanging onto this one and just add the extra spices.”
“Great recipe but I gave it an elevated twist by substituting truffle salt and herbs de province in place of seasoned salt. Yum!!!!!! I served it over jasmine rice and it was to die for. It is a keeper.”
ooooh, bite sized pieces :O well I will definitely be making this one next, there are only 3 pieces left of this cake so it won’t be long before the bites hit the oven :P… I will let you know on that recipe how it goes 🙂 Btw, I LOVE you read all your replies!
eggless chocolate cake recipe with step by step photos – a simple, easy and delicious recipe of eggless whole wheat chocolate cake. yes the cake is made from whole wheat flour. so one can have the cake and eat it too 🙂 i have already made this cake a couple of times to use it a basic cake for various chocolate frostings. i have even made eggless black forest cake from this … [Read more…] about eggless chocolate cake recipe, whole wheat eggless chocolate cake recipe
Hi. I’m hoping to make this cake for the first time in a couple of days for my sons birthday?  But I only have the standard 8 inch sandwich cake tins. Will the cake bake ok in those?  Do I need to reduce the amount I place into the tins? And baking time? Thanks. Saima
The intimate chemistry among key ingredients delivers the foundation for good cake. Flour thickens the batter and provides gluten, a protein that gives the cake structure. It forms when flour is combined with a liquid and agitated. Don’t overmix, which can cause your cake to turn tough. Leaveners, like baking soda or powder, produce carbon dioxide bubbles, which are trapped by the starch in the batter and expand during baking, causing the cake to rise. Fats, like butter, shortening, or oil, help retard gluten formation while providing moisture for the cake. This ensures a tender texture. Sugar breaks up gluten, keeping the texture tender; it absorbs liquid, keeping the cake moist; and it caramelizes in baking, enriching flavors and helping the cake brown. Eggs firm up when cooked, helping cake batters set in the oven. Egg yolks contain fat, as well as lecithin, an emulsifier that allows fats and water to mix smoothly and ensures even texture.
Then have some consideration and respect for the author. I daresay she has put many hours into testing and development of this recipe. Follow it. At least the first time you make it. Then if you must make adjustments, go for it. Just remember that you shouldn’t base your rating on a recipe you didn’t follow
Hi Allyson! OH NO! What a disaster. I am so sorry, especially since it sounds like my cake = messy oven. :-/ So the first thing is, it sounds like the cake pan might be (must be?) too small. So, I asked my Grandma and she said it should be at least a 12-cup pan. I never specified that (my mistake), I just said tube pan or bundt pan. I must have one that fits the batter and you might not. I’m so sorry! If the walls are not tall enough, that might be contributing to it needing more baking time. Why don’t you look into the capacity of your pan and we can go from there. Do you happen to live in at a high altitude or in a super humid environment or anything like that? I doubt it, but that’s all I can think of to crack this case. :-/ Let me know about your pan size!!! Sorry again.