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  • Lucky enough for my dad, I had made the dough for these yeast-raised (as opposed to the other recipe's "quick biscuit" method) buns last week, and let it rise once before shaping and freezing the individual balls (without the paste crosses, obviously).

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Epicurious. com defines kuchen as A fruit - or cheese-filled yeast-raised cake, usually served for breakfast but also enjoyed as a dessert.

    Plum Sour Cream Kuchen

  • I just wanted to point out that there is a really great yeast-raised waffle recipe in Staff Meals, by David Waltuck of Chanterelle.

    rich buttermilk waffles | smitten kitchen

  • His article has the Cunningham yeast-raised waffle recipe, and one for cake-like waffles, made with sour cream.

    Toast:

  • I am keen now to find another yeast-raised cake recipe to try my hand at, which is good, as I have a fair few tucked up my sleeve for later...

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Of the many modern recipes I have for Bath buns, nearly all contain these elements, and produce a yeast-raised, enriched bun, flavoured with lemon peel, topped with tooth busting sugar nibs, and cosy home to a small gathering of dried fruit.

    Bath Buns

  • Sweetened breads are the pre-raising agent equivalent of cakes, and the older forms of tea bread are yeast-raised doughs – think of such treats as Hot Cross buns, Chelsea buns and Saffron cake.

    Honey Tea Bread

  • Cake donuts are not yeast-raised, but are put together much like a quick bread and leavened with chemical leaveners.

    2005 September | Baking Bites

  • But I was more interested in the Doughnut Shoppe dessert, with tiny yeast-raised, filled, and glazed doughnuts with vanilla ice cream.

    Italian Masters Pt.II - Guido Teaches Me Ispirazione!

  • Crumpets are an English invention, small, flat, yeast-raised cakes with a distinctively pale, cratered top surface.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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