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Patricia Templeton

American recipes!

Can someone advise please? I am cooking some American recipes, and the 'common language that divides us' is causing a little head scratching....

is 'all purpose' flour, plain flour?

is 'corn flour' the same thickening agent that we know?

What is corn meal?

'Applesauce' ... can I use the jars of apple sauce I have with pork?

'Beef broth' - is this beef stock or something different?

many thanks - I'm actually making biscuits for the dog and need to get it right!

Patricia

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MaryL

American recipes


Yes, AP flour is regular plain flour.

Corn flour is actually called corn starch in the US and it's the thickening agent used in Chinese food or for gravies.

Corn meal is ground dried corn- basically like polenta.

Applesauce is sold in jars here,
so use whatever applesauce you have. Since it's for the doggie, I'd probably use unsweetened if you can find it.

Beef broth is beef stock.

I hope your dog appreciates all the trouble you are going though!

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Patricia Templeton

thanks

Thanks Maryl, appreciate your speedy response!

I am testing some biscuit recipes for Christmas pressis for doggy friends .... my chief taster seems quite pleased with the results!

Patricia & Frankie
(that's Frankie in my avatar pictre1)

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MaryL

American recipes

You're welcome. I'm sure your little taste tester will be more than happy to help you dispose of any less than perfect biscuits.

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Darkginger

Dog Biscuits

Any chance you could share your recipe? I have 3 furry friends here who I am sure would appreciate it!

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Yummy

Nanny Ogg's Dog Biscuits

I am sure Nanny Ogg had a recipe for wholemeal dog biscuits on her profile.
Sadly she is no longer with us, RIP Nanny. Perhaps Noreen can, somehow, get into her profile? I have tried all the usual ways, recipe, community etc. to no avail.

Hope the powers that be can.

Yummy

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dog biscuits

"'Beef broth' - is this beef stock or something different?"

Commercial stock can be very salty. I'd recommend making your own salt free stock, or using some hot water instead.

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Mungbean

Dog biscuits

I would love to see your recipe for dog biscuits. I have 3 small furry taste testers who would love to sample them!

Dog biscuits

Yummy is quite right there is a recipe which was put up by Nanny Ogg who sadly is no longer with us. Funnily enough only this afternoon I was looking for some slo cooker recipes to pass on to a friend and I noticed the dog biscuit recipe.

It has made us realise that the search for members recipes is not perfect and we hope to rectify this, but in the meantime here is the link to the recipe

http://www.deliaonline.com/community/yourrecipes/maincourses/cheese-and-garlic-DOG-BISCUITS.html

If anyone needs it in the future you can search by just typing in the word 'dog' in the search box and in the drop down menu click 'Your Recipes' and you will find the recipe.

Hope this helps

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Yummy

Dog Biscuits

Just knew you could do it Nor, Thanks !! Have now saved it in my faves.

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Yummy

Charcoal biscuits

"needs large quantities of charcoal biscuits, any recipes?"

perhaps just cook them until very well done i.e. burned?

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charcoal biscuits

"needs large quantities of charcoal biscuits, any recipes?"

He's probably over-fed or his diet is too rich!

 
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