I quartered it as I am learning how to bake a cake. It came out perfectly nonetheless. As I made a smaller amount, I used an 8" round cake pan, lined with waxed paper. I mention this because I momentarily wondered what happened to that, but then, it slipped my mind. Then, I proceeded to frost on top of it. I am grateful this was a test, not the real presentation. Better to make my mistakes early. I frosted the cake with 1/4 of the following: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/white-frosting/. This also worked out well. I didn't change the ingredients or modify. It has been many years since I tasted a scratch cake. From that point of view, this was a fabulous endeavor. I will make it again for the real event for which I practicing.
Great cookies. I quartered it and made a portion of that.
I made a small batch by adjusting servings. I had craved doughnuts. As I didn't own the proper pan, I used the muffin tin. My son said it tasted just like the commercial glazed ones.
This worked out great despite the fact that I quartered the recipe. I still followed as directed. I was looking for a frosting recipe without confectioners sugar as I don't like the taste of it. The sugar is completely incorporated if the butter/shortening/flour, etc. mixture is beaten long enough as directed. Therefore, I would recommend this.
I bought a slow cooker with a timer and slow cooker lining plastic bags. I made the lasagna with ricotta as it was readily available. It was a no mess way of doing it. I notice that the bottom is burnt. That's the fault of the new higher heat cookers. Maybe, with the bags, it would be easy enough to check for that by lifting carefully. I am hapoy with the result and won't ever bother with the mess and heat of the oven again. I won't cook as long next time.
Thanks. I had most of the ingedients or variants. I really enjoyed this.
Thanks for the recipe and additional comments, Joy. I made with pecans and added a few chocooate chips. They came out great.
It's great. Thanks for posting. These were the best I've ever made. I used my electric frypan. The cornmeal helped set the patties and gave them a nice crunch.
Great recipe. Thanks for posting.
I made it. I didn't decide the recipe until I got home with the meat, so I had to change as follows: barbecue sauce rather than chili sauce. I had everything else. It certainly was easier than marinating overnight and came out great. I have never been successful with brisket and have been trying for years. This was the first time I achieved a good result.