How to Make Fluffy Matzo Balls

You can put matzo balls in any soup, but it is usually a thin chicken soup.  Whatever soup you want, these are great.  If you are not familiar with matzo balls, they are round dumplings made with matzo meal.

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Perfect Steamed Rice Without a Steamer

Rice seems to be a problem for so many folks, but this method is easy and works every time.  Perfect for Chinese dishes, or gravy or rice pudding.  Give it a try.

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Crusty, Chewy Rye Bread

 

Rye bread can be a little tricky, but there are some simple tips and tricks to make it perfect.  This recipe always works.

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Wonton Soup — Make Your Own Wonton Wrappers

Learning to make wonton wrappers was a challenge, until I remembered it is just pasta and my Kitchenaid pasta roller was the answer.  Whipped them right in shape.  Give this a try.  So good.

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Sesame Chicken. Good and Easy

I have been making a lot of Chinese food lately.  We like it, but take out can be expensive.  Here is one of or favorites.

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Sweet and Sour Chicken — No More Takeout!

This is one of the most popular take out items, but you can make better at home.

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Butterflake Dinner Rolls

Each one of the crispy, flaky dinner rolls is like a square croissant.  The texture is amazing.  Give them a try.

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7 Layer Puff Pastry Breakfast Pie

This yummy pie has eggs, bacon, cheese and lots of fresh veggies.  Great for breakfast — or any meal.  Give it a try.

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Double Butter Puff Biscuits

Made with butter and layered with butter, these could be the best biscuits you have ever made.  Show  off a little with these.

 

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Making Puff Pastry the Easy Way

If you have wanted to try puff pastry but you have hesitated because it seemed hard, try this method.  Much easier and the end result is great.

 

 

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