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"This is a very good tasting bread and easy to make. The only negative I have to say is that no-way does it make 4-5 loaves of bread. (did I misunderstand something?. The 3.5 c of flour are what is, typically, used to make 1-2 medium-sized loaves of bread The dough produced by this recipe yielded 2 smallish loaves of challah for me. Still delici..."
Jan 21, 2012 on Food.com
"These were super-easy to make. The dough came together easily and was easy to roll out. Once they were baked and tasted, I decided that, next time, I would add some vanilla and a few tbs of sugar to the dough recipe, as I found it too "bisquick-y" for my tastes. I am not complaining too much, as they were quite edible, but I think some vanilla and..."
Jan 15, 2012 on Food.com
"This recipe has way too much butter in it for the amount of flour called for. Either use only 1/2 pound, or double the amount of flour. You will still end up with a very sticky, wet dough that must be chilled for a few hours before rolling into balls. I made mine with Hershey Candy Cane Kisses, and they were very good. The flavor of the dough is..."
Dec 5, 2010 on Food.com
"beautiful and delicious! I will try to post pictures...the loaves were so pretty, I had to take them!"
Nov 29, 2010 on Food.com
"My Hungarian grandma called this "chicken and dropped noodles". I almost always use either a whole chicken cut up or thighs, WITH the skin to boil. Only when I take the meat off of the cooled, cooked chicken do I remove the fat/skin...it is so much more delicious this way! After the chicken has been cooked, I re-add the meat to the broth, along wi..."
Jul 30, 2010 on Food.com
"Fabulous taste! The only difference is that I boiled, peeled and sliced the potatoes, like my mother did. I thought that baking them would not give me the texture that is common with German potato salad. I will make this many times over this summer!"
Jul 5, 2010 on Food.com
"Yum. This brought back memories. My Mom called this dish "PoorHouse Gravy" and we had it over mashed potatoes. Certainly not the healthiest thing to eat, but filling and comforting. Thanks!"
Feb 26, 2008 on Food.com