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Happy Thanksgiving- Yours looked delicious. I remember that turkey pic and the big turkey you ate that one year.
Looks very delicious.can you post the ricipe for the teacakes and what are you use for the filled mushrooms?Yes I Remember of the pic with Erika and this giant turkey :)
Manfred, The Teacake recipe is here:http://minichfamilyblog.blogspot.com/2011/12/gluten-free-russian-tea-cakes.htmlThe Stuffed mushrooms.... I don't really have a recipe. :)They are EASY and can be made different ways.The amount of ingredients depends upon how many you are making. But let's say you were going to make 12-18.I use baby bella mushrooms. Take the stems out. (wash them)This time I diced 1/2 celery stalk very fine. 1/3 of a medium onion, diced very fine...1 cup gf bread crumbs1/4 c melted buttergarlic, sage, salt, white pepper, black pepper, 1/3 cup bacon pieces, OR lump crab meat OR both...:)1 egg. Mix everything together and then take spoon and stuff them. Bake at 375 until firm when touched and the mushrooms are giving off a little liquid.Eat ALL of them... or somebody else will! LOL
thanks, I try it out.Here is a recipe for you, that you can try out.fried potato cakes:500 g mashed potatoes from the day before, cold1 egg (s)3 tbsp of breadcrumbs3 tbsp grated cheese (Gouda, Emmental ...)1 tbsp chives, in rollsButter, for fryingThe cold mashed potatoes with the stated ingredients, mix and leave for half an hour. Butter in a frying pan.Moisten hands and parting with a tablespoon of clementine-sized pieces and form into a cookie. Enter into the hot fat.From each side about 10 minutes to fry them a nice color have accepted. These cookies can use as hash browns.The dough makes about 10 pieces.have a nice weekend.
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