Christmas Recipes (Most Popular)2531 results - showing 2021 to 2030
This is an easy, melt-in-your-mouth recipe to feed a crowd that cooks overnight so it's ready the next day. Great for holidays when you need the oven to make the rest of the meal, and want the main course out of the way. Or cooked on the weekend for a whole weeks worth of meals.
I started with an 11.3 pound, bone-in shank ham which I didn't realize when I bought it needed to be cooked. After cooking and deboning and removing a little fat, I had 7.5 lbs of meat.
This was a Cook's trimmed ham, meaning most of the fat was removed, and the rest cooked off in the oven.
Defat the broth and use 1 cup of it to make the glaze. Use the rest with the bones to make beans or soup.Submitted by CCKELLY3
Recipe adapted from JoyofBakingcom "Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti" Recipe. Read more: http://www.joyofbaking.com/biscotti/Cranbe
Submitted by CWS0105
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My Mother-in-law makes these, and they're the best sugar cookies I've ever had...Even if Sugar cookies aren't something you should have.Submitted by NICOMUR
Use the bread machine to knead and raise the dough.
Place in the following order: lukewarm milk, melted butter (set aside 2 tbsp), liquid orange or other extract, flour, sugar, salt, cardamom. Make a hole in the flour and place dried yeast into it to avoid the contact with liquid too soon. Add dried berries, lemon zest, raisins and nuts later.
Make a ready dough into a spherical shape, press it and stretch. If desired, marzipan may be placed in the middle. Wrap a marzipan filling alongside like a pierogi. Let it stand for 20 min. Bake at 180C = 355F . When ready, cover it with a melted butter and sprinkle with confectioners sugar.Submitted by IRINA75