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  • ...n good gravy, until it is quite thick, take it off the fire, and add a few sweet almonds pounded, 2 hard yolks of eggs, and a breast of fowl roasted, all po ===Sweet sauce===
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  • ...ad]]. Multi-grain bread tends to work well. Sourdough and English toasting bread should also work OK. #Cover a piece of bread with cheese. If you leave gaps, distribute them evenly throughout the middl
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  • * Half a cup of canned sweet corn kernels and a quarter cup of sliced green Spanish olives. .... Leftover polenta may be cut into strips or triangles, coated in seasoned bread crumbs, and fried in olive oil. Like pasta, the possibilities for this vers
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  • {{recipesummary|Muffin recipes|12 3-inch muffins|30 minutes|2}} ...based on a recipe (quintessential corn muffins) from Rose Levy Berenbaum's Bread Bible, but with yogurt substituted for the sour cream. This is also double
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  • This heavier bread is slightly sweet and is delicious for sandwiches, toast, etc. It is best hot out of the ove [[Category:Bread Recipes|{{PAGENAME}}]]
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  • {{recipesummary|Bread recipes||2 hours 30 minutes|3}} ...recipe that has been called a big dumpling but is basically steamed sweet bread. The recipe was traditional in the German areas of Russia.<ref>[http://www
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  • * 1¼ cups [[bread crumbs]] * ½ cup [[peppadew]] sweet piquante peppers
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  • ...own out of an experiment on my usual biscuit recipe; they're not extremely sweet, but fall closer to dessert than just rolls or biscuits. [[Category:Dessert Recipes]]
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  • | [[Bread Recipes|Bread Recipes]] ...ruit salad. Alternately, these croûtons make a good addition to pumpkin, sweet potato or carrot soups.
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  • {{recipesummary|Soup recipes|6|10 minutes|1}} * 1 can of sweet corn
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  • {{recipesummary|Bread recipes|~7|prep: 45 min<br/>1st rise: 12 hours <br/>2nd rise: 2-3 hours <br/>baking Don't forget the sweet glaze; 1lb (450g) of [[Powdered Sugar|confectioners' sugar]] enough water t
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  • ...tened beef and vegetables in a thick sauce. It is often served with [[Corn Bread|cornbread]] or [[Biscuit|biscuits]]. *2 to 4 russet (large non-sweet white baking) [[Potato|potatoes]]
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  • {{Recipesummary|Bread recipes|4-6|20 minutes|2}} | [[Cuisine of India|Indian Cuisine]] | [[Bread Recipes|Bread]]
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  • | [[Breakfast Recipes|Breakfast Recipes]] | [[Bread|Bread]] {{recipesummary|Breakfast recipes|four 4 section waffles|prep 10 minutes<br>then 5 minutes per waffle|1}}
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  • {{recipesummary|Bread recipes|½ sheet|4 hours, total|3}} ...ly|Italian cuisine]] | [[Vegetarian cuisine|Vegetarian Cuisine]] | [[Bread|Bread]]
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  • {{recipesummary|Vegetarian recipes|8|1 hour|3}} ...ly|Italian cuisine]] | [[Vegetarian cuisine|Vegetarian Cuisine]] | [[Bread|Bread]]
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  • | [[Bread|Bread]] '''Zucchini bread''' is a sweet fluffy bread that has zucchini in it. It is delicious. There are many different ways of
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  • {{recipesummary|Bread recipes|6|2 hours|3}} ...from the Spanish word for "bread," are baked or fried turnovers made from bread, pastry, phyllo, or even pizza dough. Find out why empanadas, the Spanish h
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  • {{recipesummary|Bean recipes|4 to 6|Soak: overnight<br/>Prep: 15 to 20 minutes<br/>Cooking time: 1½ hou * ½ [[Pound|pound]] sweet Italian [[Sausage|sausage]], casings removed
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  • ...of the [[Ulster fry|Ulster fry]]. In [[Scottish cuisine|Scotland]] potato bread is colloquially known as ''Totty Scone'' or ''[[Tattie Scone|Tattie Scone]] This bread started out in the late nineteenth century as a means of making use of mash
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