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post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 

Hello,

 

I have some recipes (or in some cases just list of ingredients) that a relative wrote, but they forgot to write what the dishes were! Can someone take a look and try to help me figure out what they are? Here are links to the recipes that I scanned and uploaded:

 


Recipe #1 (I don't know if they are three different recipes or all belongs to the same?): https://ibb.co/fCUeGQ

 

Recipe #2: https://ibb.co/hEKqO5

 

Recipe #3: https://ibb.co/gTL3bQ

 

Recipe #4 (two scans): https://ibb.co/hhOdAk https://ibb.co/mgtpGQ

 

Recipe #5: https://ibb.co/fG7ibQ

 

Recipe #6: https://ibb.co/kXYpGQ

 

Recipe #7: https://ibb.co/ih6yAk

 

Recipe #8 (I don't know if everything on the page belongs to the same dish or if there are several dishes): https://ibb.co/dHRLO5

 

Recept #9: https://ibb.co/hVvx35

 

Any help appreciated. Thank you so much for reading.

post #2 of 16

#1 is a set of drink concoctions made in the blender

 

#2 are called "Quenelles" and are sauteed in butter or olive oil

 

#3 sounds like "Creme Anglaise" or some other kind of pastry cream

 

#4 and #5 are variations on ham and bean soup.

#6 is an apple crisp

 

 

#7and #8 are both cookie recipes

 

and #9 is a bread recipe

post #3 of 16
Thread Starter 

Thank you!

post #4 of 16

Number # 3 is eggnog?

What tipped me is the almost illegible addition of nutmeg (last ingredient).

 

mimi

post #5 of 16
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Number # 3 is eggnog?

What tipped me is the almost illegible addition of nutmeg (last ingredient).

 

mimi

I agree... it's close to my former mother in law's recipe for Advocaat but it uses young gin (jonge jenever) instead of rum.

post #6 of 16

# 2 may be a Quenelle, as noted by others; or it may be a meatball.

post #7 of 16
Thread Starter 

Thanks for all replies!

post #8 of 16

Can you tell me what PB means in number 7?

 

Thanks!

post #9 of 16

peanut butter (oatmeal peanut butter squares)

 

melt butter, add the sugar, milk, cocoa, peanut butter, and vanilla, whisk until combined, bring to a boil, cook for 4 minutes, while continuing to whisk, pull off heat and stir in oats, spread into 9"x9" pan, let cool, cut into squares

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post #10 of 16

Thanks for the fast reply.

I thought it must be some type of flour.

Will this recipe work without any flour?

post #11 of 16

yes

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post #12 of 16

Thanks!

post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by AZFIREBALL56 View Post
 

Thanks for the fast reply.

I thought it must be some type of flour.

Will this recipe work without any flour?

 

No bake cookies.!

:)

More of a candy and very popular at my house.

The fisherman gets ohso offended if someone uses "his" recipe lol.

I sometimes add in a handful or two of toasted nuts or coconut for interest.

 

mimi

post #14 of 16

Adding nuts/coconut is a great idea!

Thanks. 

post #15 of 16

Another idea is after pouring the mix into the pan and while still hot sprinkle with about 1 - 1 1/2 cups of semi sweet chocolate chips. The heat will melt the chips and you can then spread it across the top of the mix to set up.

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post #16 of 16
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Another idea is after pouring the mix into the pan and while still hot sprinkle with about 1 - 1 1/2 cups of semi sweet chocolate chips. The heat will melt the chips and you can then spread it across the top of the mix to set up.

Wow!  Chocolate on  chocolate !

That sounds good! 

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