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Old 03-22-2013, 09:56 AM
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I need to find the recipe for this tool. My mom used to make them at Christmas. She had a thin batter and would coat the tool and then dip it in hot grease for a few seconds. They are crispy and coated w/ powdered sugar. Also, I would like to know the name of this dessert.[ATTACH=CONFIG]403468[/ATTACH]
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Old 03-22-2013, 10:05 AM
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http://busycooks.about.com/od/cookie...strosettes.htm Would this be the cookie?
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Old 03-22-2013, 10:08 AM
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Rosettes! Recipes all over the web. This recipe mentions the do's and don'ts of making them.

http://scandinavianfood.about.com/od...anrosettes.htm

My favorite is the same one here: http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/rosettes
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Thank you so much quiltingcurious and NanaCsews2! Now I remember that name. Kind of obvious lol. I will let you know how they turn out.
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Thank you everyone, I've been wanting to make some of these too. Now I don't have to search for the recipe.
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Old 03-22-2013, 12:50 PM
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I used to make these for my daughter when she got home from kindergarten, we had an iron shaped like a butterfly, and she thought it was giggly wondrous to eat butterflies for lunch! Also "Toad in the Hole" which is a piece of bread with a round hole cut in the middle, put in a frying pan with some melted butter, crack an egg in the middle, let cook until bread is toasted, flip over and cook until egg is done to your liking, add a slice of cheese to melt if you like. Top with the cut out of bread, which has been toasting in the same the pan to give the toad a hat! Now she is making fun lunches for her own pre-kindergartener! They grow up so fast!
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You are welcome, hope they turn out and taste like you remember!
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Cosy View Post
I used to make these for my daughter when she got home from kindergarten, we had an iron shaped like a butterfly, and she thought it was giggly wondrous to eat butterflies for lunch! Also "Toad in the Hole" which is a piece of bread with a round hole cut in the middle, put in a frying pan with some melted butter, crack an egg in the middle, let cook until bread is toasted, flip over and cook until egg is done to your liking, add a slice of cheese to melt if you like. Top with the cut out of bread, which has been toasting in the same the pan to give the toad a hat! Now she is making fun lunches for her own pre-kindergartener! They grow up so fast!
Our version of the "Toad in the Hole" in Texas is called a "One-eyed Egyptian".
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Originally Posted by Ccorazone View Post
Our version of the "Toad in the Hole" in Texas is called a "One-eyed Egyptian".
We call it "Egg On An Island"
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I call it "delicious fun"......and then....she et it.
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