3 3/4 c. Flour 1 Tablespoon sugar
1 Tablespoon yeast 1 teaspoon salt
2/3 c. Hot water 1/4 c. Margarine, softened
2 Eggs, room temp.
Mix 2 3/4 cups of the flour together with 1 tablespoon sugar, yeast and salt in a bowl. Stir in water
and1/4 cup margarine. Add eggs and enough remaining flour to make dough soft, mixing well. Knead
on floured surface for 3 minutes. Divide into 2 portions. Roll each portion into a 12x12- inch square.
Brush with melted margarine. Mix 2/3 cup sugar and cinnamon in small bowl. Sprinkle 3/4 of the
mixture over dough squares. Fold 1/3 of the dough over the center third. Brush with melted
margarine and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. Fold remaining third over center and pinch closed. Cut
each into 12 strips. Twist the strips and place on a greased baking sheet. Let rise for 15 - 20
minutes. Bake at 400 degrees for 12 -14 minutes or until golden brown. Glaze if desired. Enjoy!
|On The Back
This was my mother’s Cake Do-nut recipe and her mother’s before her.
1 cup sugar
Lard as big as a hickory nut
2 teaspoons baking powder
And flour and water- about a glass full
Roll out and cut. Make hole in center with a thimble. When lard is hot, drop in lard and brown on both
sides. Drain on a towel.
SUBMITTED BY: Mrs. Lowell Tamplin
|Goshen Trail Soup
Soup. I like to serve with a salad.
6 large or 8 medium potatoes peeled and diced. Put in 4 qt. saucepan with enough water to cover and about 3 or 4
tblsp Oleo and salt to taste. Cook until tender then slightly mash with potato masher. Leave some pieces whole.
Add 1 qt. of tomato juice. (I prefer home canned.)
In a bowl beat 2 eggs, add ½ tsp. salt, 1 tblsp cooking oil and 1/3 cup half and half.
Add plain flour and mix until dough can be turned onto floured wax paper. Continue to work in flour until it can be rolled
very thin and cut into small strips with pizza cutter. Let stand and dry slightly if time permits.
Drop into boiling juice and potatoes a few at a time. Boil for 5 minutes then turn off heat; cover and let stand for a few
SUBMITTED BY Wilma Willis
|Really enjoyed visiting
your site -- would love
to see inside your
cabin as well as pics of
it as you were building
it. Keep the recipes
coming -- will do my
best to try them! ~DC