There are things that are either too general or just don’t fit under the regular categories. Hope you find some of them helpful at least and entertaining at most.
When I think dumplings, I’m thinking of Chicken and Dumpling soup. But some of these dumpling recipes are fruit-based. In fact, in one recipe you literally place an entire apple inside the pastry! Doesn’t that sound delicious!
A Curry of Mushrooms
Broiled Mushrooms on Toast
Cream of Mushroom Soup
Creamed Beef and Mushrooms
Fricassee of Mushroom
What are timbales (or timbals)?
Timbales are drums popular in Cuba. However, the food called Timbale is a dish of cheese, chicken, fish, or vegetables in a custard-like sauce that is baked in a staight-sided mold called a timbale. It is a very rich dish and it can be lined with either potato or pastry. Timbale pans can be large or small.
A picture of a timbale can be found on Wikipedia.
I thought about putting this under baking—but these recipes are for what to do with bread after toasting.
Asparagus on Toast with Cheese Sauce
Bacon Toast v. 1|2
Brown Bread Cream Toast
Brown Bread Tomato Toast
Cherry Sauce for French Toast
Cinnamon Toast v. 1|2
Corn and Tomato Toast
Cream Toast v. 1|2
Grape Toast for Invalids
Hamburg Asparagus Toast
Hot Cheese Dreams
Lemon Sauce on Toast
Maple Cinnamon Toast
Meat and Egg Toast
Nut Hash on Toast
Check out this little piece about how rich some foods are in minerals.
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Last Updated on April 5, 2021 by rootie