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Golden Butter Cake with Chocolate Marshmallow Frosting

6 egg yolks
1 cup milk
2 tsp. vanilla
1 1/2 cup sugar
1 Tablespoon + 1 tsp. Baking Powder
3/4 teaspoon salt
12 Tablespoons butter
3 cup flour

Mix yolks, 1/4 cup of the milk & vanilla. Put all dry ingredients in mixing bowl. Beat in butter till like crumbs. Beat in remaining milk. Now slowly beat in egg yolk mixture. Beat till smooth. Pour into a greased & floured 9x13 pan & bake 350 degrees 25 -35 minutes. Poke holes in cake with an object about the diameter of a drinking straw. Pour Chocolate Marshmallow Frosting over warm cake. Smooth for an even finish.

Chocolate Marshmallow Frosting
3 cups semi sweet chocolate chips
1 bag marshmallows
1teaspoon vanilla
dash of salt
1/2 to 1 cup of light cream
2 cups powdered sugar
Microwave chocolate chips on 50% power till melted about 2 minutes. Stir 1/2 thru and again when melted to smooth. Add marshmallows & microwave full power till melted about 1 1/2 minutes. Stir till smooth. Now beat in cream & sugar till texture is frosting consistancy. Add more or less as you prefer. Frost warm cake. Frosting will pool down in holes and smooth over the top. Delicious!

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Chicken & Waffles with Home Made Waffles!

LIGHT FLUFFY WAFFLES, but these are NOT for breakfast, these are for SUPPER! We eat a dish called Chicken & Waffles which is Chicken Gravy swimming with chunks of chicken, onion, celery & parsley. Ladle over crispy hot waffles & you are eating like a Lancaster County Pa Dutchman!
Waffles: Or cheat & use frozen premade waffles but they will NOT be as wonderful!
2 & 1/4 Cups Flour
4 TSP Baking Powder
3/4 TSP Salt
1 TSP Sugar ( if using these for breakfast use 1 & 1/2 TBS Sugar)
Stir all the dry ingredients together.
Mix all together the following:
2 Beaten Eggs
2 & 1/4 Cups Milk
1/2 Cup Veg. Oil
( add 1 TSP Vanilla IF using these for breakfast)
Add the blended wet ingredients to the dry all at once & beat until blended. Spray waffle griddle with cooking spray & ladle enough batter to slightly  fill the wells about 2/3 to 3/4 full. Close the lid & cook until crispy brown & puffy. Serve hot  with lots of the chicken & gravy over the top! BEYOND DELICIOUS! 

This is CHICKEN & WAFFLES PA Dutch Amish Style & a LOCAL FAVORITE! You can not imagine  how delicious waffles taste with hot gravy swimming with chicken pour over them can taste. WONDERFUL GOOD!
1 Chicken Oven Stuffer Roaster works the best.
Enough water to cover the chicken placed in a large pot
Salt to taste
Simmer chicken in salted water until cooked .
Remove chicken from water & pull meat from the bones leaving it in nice large pieces. Back in the pot of water add the following
2 Large Onions chopped
2 Ribs Celery Chopped ( optional) But a must for me!
1 TBS Parsley
1 TSP Ground Sage
1 TSP Onion Powder
1 Tsp Garlic Powder
Pepper To Taste
Simmer all in the chicken broth in  the pot you cooked the chicken. Simmer until vegetables are cooked & are tender about 20 minutes. Thicken broth with vegetables & seasonings using about 1/4 Cup Cornstarch stirred into 1 Cup Water. Add to simmering broth stirring well. IF you want thicker gravy add more cornstarch mixed in water until you get the consistency you wish. I like a thick but not to thick! Now stir the chicken into the gravy ! Check for seasonings & add more if needed! Ladle over hot & crispy waffles served with side dishes & you have a meal fit for a Dutchman !
TO MAKE THIS MEAL EASIER, I cook my waffles ahead a day or 2 & freeze them! Allow your oven to heat to 350 degrees the day you make the dinner & pop your frozen waffles right on the oven racks. Cook about 10 minutes & TAH DAH you have hot crispy FRESH waffles!   I also make my mashed potatoes earlier in the day & keep them on warm in my crock-pot! We ALWAYS serve the Chicken & Waffles with Mashed Potatoes, vegetables, pickled beets & or coleslaw & applesauce. Make a DUTCHY dessert & you are eating Lancaster County Style!
                                                                               
                                                                              

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