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"Gotta tell y'all, this recipe, with some modifications, is the biggest hit at every potluck I bring it to. I, too, add bacon, plus I add sliced celery, I toast the sunflower seeds, and I use balsamic vinegar instead of cider vinegar. I also add 2 Tsp. curry powder to the dressing."
"Another tip for sopaipillas: after their obligatory rest and after you have cut them, roll them even thinner, then place them one or two at a time in the very hot oil, then submerge them immediately in the oil, using the back of a spatula. They will puff immediately. If you plan to split and fill them , the second rolling isn't necessary, but t..."
"Here in South Texas, we call this "Horchata" - the "H" is silent. We sometimes make it with milk, too, and often freeze it into popsicles. Some of us like small bits of the rice to be noticeable, and sometimes we just stir powdered cinnamon into the finished drink. And sometimes, we add a bit of rum, which goes great with a strong cinnamon flav..."
"I have a similar recipe that calls for a tad less sugar, cornbread mix in place of the flour, and a bit more butter. I got it from a woman who used to live in Virginia. My favorite, which I can no longer find, is one from New England that called for Cope's Dry Corn. I love yours because it calls for no special ingredients, and can be made up pr..."
"If this is the original recipe for the gingerbread panccakes from the famous Magnolia Cafe in Austin, Texas, which I think it is, these are fantastic! I like the original pancakes with less sugar, but then, I use ginger syrup (recipe from King Arthur Flour) on mine. If you are ever in Austin, Texas, try the Magnolia Cafe. You won't be sorry."
"I tried this instead of my old standby which is similar, calling for brown sugar and brandy. I have also made it when I did not have cream cheese, and it was just as delicious, but thinnner. I,too, increased the grand marnier. When I make my old standby, I use 1/4 cup of the liquor.Thanks for this great variation!"