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‘Paula dean recipes’
The Paula Deen Thanksgiving Menu – Green Bean Casserole is a simple legume recipe that makes an innovative use of mushrooms. This plant improves the immune system and provides a natural source of vitamin D. It combines perfectly with other vegetables for a wholesome meal. First fry the onions and the mushrooms in low oil. add the green beans , onions, and seasoning to enhance taste. Lastly sprinkle cheddar and keep cooking till done.
The apple pear pie from Paula Deen is one simple cookie dish you can cook at home during this holiday season. Unlike other fries from Paula Deen, this recipe has a tint of lemon juice to put a new zesty taste into the everyday pastry. Aside that, there is ginger to spice it up all the more.
Whisk apple, pear and lemon and then add a mixture of sugar and spices. Next, add the mixture to hot butter, sprinkle flour over it and cook for 5 minutes. Scoop the dough onto a flat surface, cut into triangular shape, coat with egg mixture, roll into desired shapes and bake till done.
The apple pear pie from Paula Deen is a nice complement to orange juice, a bottle of milk or as finger food for your guests.