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Some call this Dutch Babies, but I do think it is German. Personally, I think this is what a nice hostess makes to impress brunch guests. Prepare to ...
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. The temperature must reach this number to achieve the result as pictured. Meanwhile, in a mixing bowl, put together 3/4 cup all-purpose flour, ...
Whisk until well blended.
Make sure to have your working oven rack on the top one-third. Slice 3 tablespoons cold butter onto a heat proof pyrex pie pan. Do not cut on ...
The pan is ready when all the butter melts. It takes about five minutes in a well heated 425-degree oven.
Now, do this step with caution. With your one hand in an oven mitt, pull out the rack slowly so that the rack will not slip out, the ...
During the 20 minutes of baking, you will need a productive distraction: start preparing your toppings: hull and slice the strawberries to your preference and peel and slice ...
Yes, when it looks like this, it really is the crown to your efforts. Keep it in the oven for five more minutes so it will not 'exhale' ...
Slice to serve while still hot. Dust with a bit of confectioner's sugar. Get ready to eat your slice, too. When your guests are done, they will want ...
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