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    Today I am going to share most requested recipe and it is cream frosting recipe. Sabina Islam, Sampa Barua and many Fb friends requested me to add a cream recipe. So
    Here you are.

    Ingredients: 1. Butter as your choice. I took 300 gram butter.
    2. Condensed milk. As necessary. ( I used half can/pot)

    Preparation. Take a bowl and keep butter into this bowl. When butter will be soft you have to beat this butter ( you can use hand whisk or electric beater) then add condensed milk , beat this again. When it will be flappy then you have to understand it is ready to use. Now you can use it for cake decoration, butter bun, cream roll etc.

    NB. Butter quality should be good. Usually I use milk Vita but I didnít find it nearby market so I used Aarong.
    I cut this butter into little pieces. It helps to beat.

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    Re: Today I am going to share...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dukul12345 View Post
    Please correct any mistakes in this piece of writing.

    Today I am going to share my most-requested recipe. It is cream frosting recipe. Sabina Islam, Sampa Barua, and many Facebook friends requested that I add a cream recipe. So here you are.

    Ingredients: 1. Butter of your choice. I use 300 gram butter.
    2. Condensed milk, as necessary. ( I used a half can/pot)

    Preparation: Put the butter in a bowl. When the butter is soft, beat it. (You can use a hand whisk or electric beater.) Then add the condensed milk and beat it again. When it is mixed, then you have to understand it is ready to use. You can use it for cake decoration, butter bun, cream roll filling, etc.

    I don't know what you mean by flappy. It's not a word.


    NB.

    I don't know what NB means. Others won't, either. Spell it out.


    The butter's quality should be good. Usually I use Vita milk, but I didnít find it at the neighborhood market, so I used Aarong.

    I cut the butter into little pieces to make beating it easier.
    It sounds delicious!
    I'm not a teacher. I speak American English. I've tutored writing at the University of Southern Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, occasionally for publication.

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    Re: Today I am going to share...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dukul12345 View Post
    Please correct any mistakes in this piece of writing.



    Today I am going to share most. my most requested recipe, and it is a recipe for cream frosting. Sabina Islam, Sampa Barua and many Facebook friends asked me to add a cream recipe. So here you are.

    Ingredients: 1. Butter as your choice. I use 300 grams of butter.
    2. Condensed milk. As necessary. ( I use a half can/pot)

    Preparation. Take a bowl and put butter into the bowl. When the butter becomes soft you have to beat the butter ( you can use a hand whisk or an electric beater) then add condensed milk. Beat it again. When it becomes flappy it is ready to use. Now you can use it for cake decoration, butter bun, cream roll etc.

    NB. Butter quality should be good. Usually I use milk Vita but I didn’t find it at a nearby market so I used Aarong. I cut the butter into little pieces. It makes beating it easier.
    What is flappy?

    (What Charlie said about N.B.)
    Last edited by Tarheel; 13-Oct-2020 at 23:41.
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    Re: Today I am going to share...

    Can I use "floppy" instead of it?

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    Re: Today I am going to share...

    In the UK, NB would be understood. It appears a lot. Even if many native speakers wouldn't be able to tell you exactly what it stands for ("nota bene", by the way, meaning literally "note well'), they would all know that it's a sort of equivalent of PS. It's a note during or after a piece of writing and readers know that it means it's an important note they have to take notice of.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #6

    Re: Today I am going to share...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dukul12345 View Post
    Can I use "floppy" instead of it?

    I think it is fluffy, a common term use in recipes.
    Last edited by tedmc; 14-Oct-2020 at 09:10.
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    Re: Today I am going to share...

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    In the UK, NB would be understood. It appears a lot. Even if many native speakers wouldn't be able to tell you exactly what it stands for ("nota bene", by the way, meaning literally "note well'), they would all know that it's a sort of equivalent of PS. It's a note during or after a piece of writing and readers know that it means it's an important note they have to take notice of.
    It's a new one on me. I guess I missed that memo.
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    Re: Today I am going to share...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dukul12345 View Post
    Can I use "floppy" instead of it?
    No. Crepes and pancakes and cooked asparagus are floppy, but not until after they're cooked.

    Use Ted's fluffy.
    I'm not a teacher. I speak American English. I've tutored writing at the University of Southern Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, occasionally for publication.

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