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In Pursuit of the Perfect Gluten-Free Challah In a large bowl of an electrical mixer fitted with a paddle attachment (not dough hook) or a regular hand mixer, combine the dry ingredients and mix until ingredients are evenly distributed. In a separate bowl, beat eggs and slowly mix in warm water [...]
Fried Cookie Dough For the Cookie Dough: Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. In the bowl of a hand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, cream together the butter and sugar until fluffy, about 2 minutes. Add eggs and vanilla extract, continue to mix and set aside. [...]
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Cheesecake from New York or Israel? You Decide Using a stand mixer, mix cream cheese, sugar, salt and vanilla. Make sure all ingredients are room temperature to avoid lumps of cream cheese. Using a paddle attachment or a hand mixer on low speed, blend until smooth and creamy, scraping down the [...]
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Eats: Sweet and savory scones for Mom If you don't have a stand mixer with a paddle, mix the scones by hand, cutting up the cold butter as finely as you can, then using a pastry blender or your hands to mix the butter into the dry ingredients. No matter what method you use, once combined [...]
RT @MMetevierMusic: for decorating Whipped cream, for serving Directions PREP TIME: 0:25 TOTAL TIME: 6:25 In a large bowl using a hand mixe…
TheKitchn.comWe're calling this Bundt cake our triple threat. With a moist pumpkin base, a sweet brown sugar streusel, and a generous pour of salted caramel sauce, it's the cake you'll want to make this fall no matter the occasion.The streusel rippleBundts aren't exactly the kind of cakes that need a helping hand to win anyone over -- especially when there's pumpkin involved -- but don't let that stop you from going the extra step with this cake. The ripple of cinnamon streusel that runs...
Whether you are a novice baker or a pro in the kitchen, doctoring a cake mix allows you to create superb sweets that will taste as though you’ve spent hours preparing them. When you doctor a cake mix, it means to add additional ingredients to create a more complex dessert. Depending on your skill level, available time, and on-hand ingredients, you can make toothsome treats that are as hard — or easy — as you’d like.Ready to give boxed cake mixes a shot? Use these 18...
Pastry chef Jane Soudah says many people see dessert as something sweet to end a meal, but she sees it as an extension of the meal, “bringing together different flavors and textures to create unique, bold desserts.” Her new cookbook, “Delightful Desserts,” organizes 60 recipes into six categories: Citrus, Bitters, Flowers and Herbs, Spices, Vinegars and Salts.Soudah is pastry chef for Eveleigh in West Hollywood and owner of Sweet Jane’s Bakeshop. She also was winner of Season 2 of Food...
Our fifth annual Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off is happening now. Bakers have submitted their favorite recipes for cookies, bars, crisps and more, and now it's your turn to vote for your favorites. The top 50 cookies will be made at Le Cordon Bleu cooking school in Pasadena and the Los Angeles Times food staff will choose our 10 favorites. If you're a finalist, you'll be invited to come tour The Times test kitchen and be photographed and featured in a future Saturday section...