Would try these?

I was skimming through some of my old books this weekend and came across some recipe’s I’d consider trying.

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Thankfully, I wouldn’t be trying them on a wood stove!

The book with the recipes is…

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Let me know if you’d try these recipes.

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A possible solution to all the Thanksgiving and Christmas leftovers.  I’m sure turkey would work too.

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Indian meal would be what we call corn meal.  Mace is the outer layer of nutmeg so I’m guessing nutmeg would work too.  A farina kettle is what we would call a double boiler. Can you even find those now? I would try the typical oven temperature and time for muffins.  Trial and error!

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A quick oven would be about 400-425 degrees.  Again, trial and error for the time!

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Indian meal is corn meal. The last instruction is a bit misleading.  You don’t bake them, you fry them.  A muffin ring is like a metal cookie cutter.  Mason jar lids would work too. The rings, hold the dough in its shape until the frying is done.

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Okay…this sounds good to me but no way hubby would eat it!  The bread might be too soggy though.  But, I’d give it a go!

What do you think?  Worth giving it a try?

 

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