Making Heartwarming Gifts

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Beginning with his recipe first down the rope to measure the amount of flours, baking soda and salt in a bowl. Then, combine the butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla in the larger container as shown. Gradually stir flour mixture into butter mixture. After that, any movement into pieces. Then scrape the edges of the bowl so that is fairly clean, shape the dough into a ball and wrap in plastic. Read more here: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Identify the written prescription your name on the plastic wrap with a marker, and refrigerate. Pouya David Yadegar brings even more insight to the discussion. If a cut-and-bake refrigerator cookie, form it into a record instead of a ball, according to the instructions on your prescription. If you cook much later, you can even freeze the dough. Most cookie doughs freeze very well. Defrost at room temperature while still wrapped in plastic wrap and unwrap only when the dough is completely thawed. Otherwise condensation could add moisture much of its mass. When the first batch of dough is prepared, wrapped and stored in the refrigerator or freezer, return to the top of its assembly line, without washing the dishes and start preparing the next batch of dough.

When you have prepared all the recipes that contain no spices or cocoa, turn to the recipes that contain cocoa, and finally those that contain spices. In this way, you only have to do dishes once at the end of the process, and will have several types of dough waiting to be baked. When preparing all its mass, then you can finally put away all your ingredients, clean the kitchen and do dishes. However, if you finish cooking on today, will have plenty of room to spread throughout the body or to state its cooling racks. If you plan to bake another day, you're done! Copyright 2004 Mimi Cummins. All rights reserved. Mimi Cummins is co-author of the book "Christmas Cookies are for giving: recipes, stories, and tips for Making Heartwarming Gifts." This book, "enthusiastically recommended" by Midwest Book Review, is full of tricks and tips for baking, including nearly 50 recipes, each with a full color photo. For more information visit or order your favorite online bookstore. Note to webmasters: You can include a link to the book through your affiliate program (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or otherwise) if desired.

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