Jocelyn Campbell wrote:
Other folks call them German pancakes, I think.
Leah Sattler wrote:how can a drug, any drug, be considered useful if it increases the risk of death from the problem it is trying to treat?
rose macaskie wrote:
There is a similar drink that does in its place, i have not experimented much.
Julia Winter wrote:I've discovered the joy of Spaghetti alla Carbonara. I've eaten that at restaurants, but I didn't realize that it's basically bacon and eggs on pasta!
Jocelyn Campbell wrote:I tried my recipe (4 eggs, 3/4 cup gluten free flour, 3/4 cup rice milk, 1 tsp vanilla) <snip> one batch each per two cast iron pans and they were lovely, golden-puffed goodness!
Leah Sattler wrote:next egg recipe!!!
4 cups milk
6 eggs beaten and pressed through a sifter/strainer
tsp of vanilla
1/2-2/3 cups sugar
rub a stick of butter all over the inside of a glass 9x9 pan. place 9x9 in a 9x13 and fill the bigger one with water. pour milk mix into 9x9 and bake for around 45-60 minutes. (that is my guess, I just watch it) don't over bake! it will look unset but will thicken more after it cools. it just takes making it a few times to judge when it is done. if it is over done it gets a little grainy. perfectly done it is smooth and silky. eat it warm or cold. I usually can't resist scooping it out too early when it is more like pudding.
Nicole Alderman wrote:Ah-ha! I just remembered that I'd written the recipe down. I hunted it down, and here it is:
2 tsp vanilla
2 cups whole milk
1/4 cup honey
Dash of cinnamon on top