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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas eartshaped cake delicious to last bite ValeflttnVs Diy tijm one week away and ib start thinking about gifts tor that ftoeijjial Chocolates are always a good Following is a recipe from Madame Chocolates Book of Divine Indulgences by Elaine Sherman which illustrates show sensuous and seductive a simple cake can be when its made with quality to give ihe cake a Valentines Day bake it in a heartshaped Your valentine Is sure to love It to the last CHOCOLATE DECADENCE 16 bittersweet chocolate 10 unsalted at room tem perature 4 Grade A large eggs 1 1 flour 2 cups whipping cream 1 powdered sugar 1 pure vanilla Chocolate curls for decoration Raspberry recipe follows Preheat oven to 425 degrees Butter an 15 inch round Cut parchment paper to fit the bottom and butter the Flour the lined pan and set Prep work Cut chocolate Into small Place with butter in the top of a double boiler over not boiling Stir until remove from the heat and set In the top of another double whisk egg and sugar over not Whisk until sugar The mixture will darken slightly and be barely warm to the Remove from the Place the egg mixture in a mixer bowl and at the highest until eggs are the consistency of light whipped This will take about 5 to 10 Fold in the Fold a third of the egg mixture into he chocolate to lighten Add the rest of the egg mixture and fold in deflating the mixture as little as Pour batter into pan and tap pan lightly on the table to remove any air Bake IS The center will be soft and the top will be Cool on a Cover the pan well with plastic wrap and freeze To remove Decadence from the freezer early in the Turn onto a flat serving plate and remove the parchment Whip the cream with the powdered sugar and vanilla until it forms soft Do not Frost the using twothirds of the whipping Top cake with chocolate Raspberry sauce 10 frozen thawed 3 sugar 1 Framboise or Kirsch optional Puree raspberries in the bowl of a food fitted with a steel A blender may be Strain to remove Stir in sugar and puree and then add the Framboise or Blend well and refrigerate until ready to MEM T FISH T SNACKS 1 Food IforaldZtltuii February B Woman collects recipes Frances Tays coats the tops of her cookies with powdered sugar FRANCES Frances Tays is an excellent cook as any of her friends benefiting from her generosity will During the Tays turns out old fashioned delights reminiscent of her childhood days in New She is also always searching for new and interesting Following are two recipes from Tays abundant Swedish Cookies are a light and delicious Baklava is a Greek sweet which Tays tried and wanted to She was able to talk the cook into giving her the SWEDISH COOKIES sticks oleo 1 cup powdered sugar salt 2 cups flour 1 vanilla and almond extracts 1 water cup nuts V2 cup coconut Put ingredients into a food processor or blender to cream Make small balls and place on a greased cookie Flatten each ball with a Bake in a 325 degree After turn coqkies in powdered See Page 7B Main dish ideas light simple The new look in American cuisine calls upon a heritage that spans the globe and applies it to a bounty of fine ingredients that are increasingly available throughout all regions of the United light and simple to all of the colorful main dishes here offer a welcome change from heavy winter fare and look toward Species of Alaskan seafood canned Snow and King crab and whitefish bring excellent flavor and high quality protein to international recipes that now seem an integral part of American culinary Equally adaptable to a com pany luncheon or family Savory Broiled Halibut with Curried Vegetables highlights the flavor that golden olive oil and halibut lend to quickly prepared AlaskaStyle ideal for celebrates a variety of favorite seafood tastes and Everyone loves pasta And Creamy Salmon Pasta blends convenient canned salmon and spinach with a dollop of pure Zesty Marinated Salmon and Vegetable Salad is an ideal choice that makes even a diet meal SAVORY BROILED HALIBUT WITH CURRIED VEGETABLES l3rd cup olive divided V4 cup dry white wine 1 finely minced parsley Salt and pepper 4 about 6 each halibut thawed if necessary Vi curry powder IVfe cups thin diagonally sliced carrots and sliced cauliflower 1 cup diagonally sliced green onions Plain yogurt optional Combine 3 tablespoons olive teaspoon salt and dash Place halibut steaks on broiler pan brush A generously with olive oil 4 to 5 inches from beat 4 to 6 minutes on each side or until fish flakes when tested with a Brush occasionally with basting sauce during Heat curry powder in 2 tablespoons olive oil in skillet for 1 Add carrots and cauliflower saute until crisp Add green onions season to taste with salt and Arrange on serving platter witli Serve with Makes 4 ALASKASTYLE CIOPPINO 1 thawed if necessary 1 large chopped 1 cup sliced celery and chopped green pepper 2 large cloves minced 2 to 4 olive oil 1 can 29 whole diced with liquid lean 8 tomato sauce 1 cup bottled clam juice and dry white wine 1 crushed V4 crushed 1 bay leaf 1 pollock or rockfish thawed if necessary and cut into cubes 2 dozen small clams optional Bottled hot pepper sauce Vi cup chopped parsley Cheese Croutons Rinse crab under cool Cut crab into servingsized pieces score backs of leg sections using large heavy knife or slit with kitchen Saute green pepper and garlic in olive oil until Add remaining ingredients except hot pepper parsley and Cheese Croutons 30 Add crab and clams cook about 5 minutes or until clam shells open and fish flakes when tested with Season to taste with hot pepper Garnish with Serve with Cheese Makes 4 to 5 Cheese Croutons Heat 2 to 3 tablespoons olive oil in Add 2 cups Italian bread cubes saute until evenly Cool See Page 7B Casseroles fun for junior cooks When it comes to cooking ovenbaked casseroles have plenty of advantages for junior They are a delicious way for beginners to serve vegetables without the flurry of lastminute They bake without constant supervision and because they are served in the containers in which they cleanup is Vegetable casseroles are fun for youngsters to prepare and make vegetables even more fun to Newcomers to the kitchen will need to know basic oven safety before they begin to assemble a vegetable Adult cooking coaches will want to teach children how to turn the oven on and off and stress these two important safety rules oven racks before turning on the Hot oven racks can be unwiedly and hazardous to Most casseroles bake on the center pot holders or oven mitts to protect your hands when reaching into the Vegetable casseroles are usually baked in a glass casserole or baking Have children bake them un covered unless the recipe says to To insure the anticipated junior cooks need to use the exact size casserole called for in the Teach boys and girls these easy methods for determining the size of an unmarked utensil a baking measure the inside of the dish across the a pour water into the one cup at a until the casserole is Keep track of the amoung of water used to deter mine the size of the Most kids enjoy potatoes prepared almost any When potatoes are teamed with green onions and sharp natural cheddar as in Creamy Potato theyre sure to become a new For purchase the cheese for this recipe already you can purchase a chunk of the cheese and show junior cooks how to shred it onto wax Emphasize keeping fingers away from the sharp edges of the For this tasty potatoes are peeled before they are cut into Use red or brownskinned as you Show smallfry cooks how to use the blade of a potato peeler to remove the skin and the tip of the peeler to remove the potatos Many people prefer to peel potatoes onto wax paper or into the for ease of Cook cubed potatoes in a small amount of water on top of the Show beginning cooks how to use y table fork to test for Small children will need adult assistance with draining the potatoes into a colander set in the kitchen After demonstrate how to use a potato Have junior cooks mash the potato mixture until it is fairly smooth and CREAMY POTATO PUFF 2 potatoes i aboutti medium See Page 7B Chocolate flavors cream cheese pie By CECILY BROWNSTONE AP food editor DEAR CECILY You once gave a recipe for Pecan Cream Cheese Ever since then Ive served this dessert often because it is so ap preciated by my family and Now I wonder whether the pie could be flavored with chocolate If I shall be eager to try the new DEAR HOPEFUL What a good idea you gave Thank We followed your suggestion and turned the original Pecan Cream Cheese Pie into a chocolate I shall be delighted if this new recipe suits your family and your guests CHOCOLATE PECAN CREAM CHEESE PIE 2 each 3 cream softened 4 large eggs Sugar Vanilla Unbaked 9inch pastry shell 1V4 cups coarsely chopped pecans cup light corn syrup L8 salt 2 squares each 1 unsweetened melted and cooled In a small bowl beat together cream 1 of the 14 cup sugar and 1 teaspoon vanilla just until Spread over bottom of unbaked pastry Sprinkle with In a medium bowl beat the remaining 3 eggs Gently beat in corn 2 tablespoons sugar and the salt until Stir in chocolate and 1 teaspoon vanilla until Gently pour over Bake in a preheated 375degree oven until knife inserted halfway between center and edge comes out clean 35 Cool completely on wire
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