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"This tastes just like a nut roll, but much easier to make!
On the show, she uses 1/4 cup of the sugar with the yolks, and 1/4 with the egg whites. I also think that she uses a 6" pan, not 8", but I prefer the 8" (even if it is flatter this way).
Because it is flatter, there is more of the buttery, crunchy outside layer.
This was one of the easi"
"Another winner recipe!
They do not sell quails nor veal stock, so I used cornish hens and beef stock instead.
My family and I really loved this recipe. It is quite simple to make, very tasty, and anyway, how can anyone go wrong with bacon and onion involved? The sauce is so tasty!
It took me longer to fry the hens, but they are bigger than q""
"I wish I could give it 100 million stars. This was the best meal I have EVER eaten.
I used turning leaf cabernet sauvignon which was perfect for this.
I doubled the amount of carrots and put the extra ones aside after you cook them in the pan (they did not go in the pot with the wine and everything else. When I was done cooking the boeuf bourg""
"Another great recipe by Laura.
Like a previous member did, I also put the bacon in the stuffing.
I toasted buttered bread for my breadcrumbs but did not cut it fine enough. However, it turned out great because I would get big chunks of crispy buttery bread: Yum!
It is also great reheated (I normally do not like reheated meat). I sliced it thin""
"A-ma-zing! The dough is very soft, so I just added a bit more flour while rolling it until it was the consistency I liked. 12 min worked perfect for me. I also used salted butter, and a very strong tasting honey.
Later, I tried a variation of this recipe since my husband does not like cinnamon. I replaced the teaspoon of cinnamon for a teaspoon""
"I was really sceptical of this one, but tried it anyway. Wow! This is actually delecious!
I used pepperoni instead of chorizo -none of that where I live -, and it tastes like the fatty part of bacon when it is cooked to a crisp. Amazing! Fantastic! Succulent!
Another great recipe Laura.""