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Re:Cheese Canoles (Canolies) by Broccoli on 05/14/2012 13:16
Broccoli
You can usually buy them in any baking store or sometimes even in the grocery stores. The 'chad pa'ami' stores which sell some baking supplies also sell them.
Cheese Canoles (Canolies) by Broccoli on 05/14/2012 09:52
jushilli
I am interested in making this recipe but could you clarify what you mean by cigars, where do you get them, I also live in Israel Thanks in advance
Re:easy dietetic recipes on 03/12/2012 09:00
CookMama

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Recipe #390 is a great dietetic broccoli kugal/muffin given to me by a dietitian. Taste really good. Also, recipe# 5551 is another great low fat side dish-pine nuts with snow peas.
Re:Looking for recipes that have chestnuts in it on 12/30/2011 19:51
AbbyPires
We used to eat stir-fry made from canned chestnuts, bamboo shoots, baby corn, onions, baby carrots, and sometimes red peppers bell and fresh broccoli if I remember correctly. Maybe you could try adding some sugar or honey to the pan in the last few minutes of cooking the chestnuts to help with the carmelization. And for a side dish, what if you added them to mashed potatoes? OOOH, I just had an idea. Try carmelizing them with some onions and garlic and serve with an egg or two on toast with the yolks ooozing all over! I all of a sudden feel very inspired.
Re:CHANUKA PARTIES! on 12/07/2011 16:39
cappuccino
We usually have a milchig buffet also. We have many different pasta dishes; like baked ziti, lasagna, penne ala vodka, fettuccine alfredo, then we have a lot of different types of salads, some potato dishes, like crispy potato chips or creamy potatoes, a couple of different quiches; mushroom, broccoli, tuna... We usually have two types of soup; zuchini, mushroom barley, french onion, or split pea soup. We also buy bagels and have various spreads to put on; tuna, egg salad, cream cheese... And of course we won't forget the donuts, and ice cream, which is served at the end! Happy Chanukah!
Re:choc. rugelach- broccoli on 02/07/2011 10:55
LeahS [Admin]
On the side of the recipe are conversions tool that you can convert kilo to pounds. It's not possible to convert kilograms to cups because it depends on the density of the ingredient. But I can do it for you :) If you have a scale I would weigh the flour the first time. Dough: Adjust as needed 3.30 lb flour - roughly a kilo is 7 cups of flour so 1 1/2 kilo would be 101/2 cups give or take. 3 (4oz) sticks of margarine 8.47 oz sugar (about 1 cup) a drop less than 2 oz yeast I wouldn't add all the flour right away. But add the flour as you mix with the rest of ingredients until it seems like enough.
choc. rugelach- broccoli on 02/07/2011 10:31
yummy
Broccoli posted a recipie for chocolate rugelach #567. Is it possible for you to convert the measurements from kg. to cups? I want to make them but just dont know how to convert the meas. by myself.
Re:Vegetable side dish for Friday night? on 12/31/2010 04:50
lea
Try the diet broccoli kugel I just posted. It's easy to prepare, tasty, and dietetic.
Re:LUNCH on 12/20/2010 13:37
THERABASH
Baked potato and cheese with broccoli - easy and yummy. Fast version: Bake a potato for 6 minutes in the microwave. Top with cheese and ( either frozen or fresh) broccoli and place in toaster oven for a few minutes until it reaches your desired level of toastiness (this is a made up word). (I am at the level of laziness where I just melt the cheese in the microwave and forget the broccoli, but it's really much tastier the other way.) * Works with sweet potato too if you are into more healthful options...
Re:What your shabbos menu? on 12/15/2010 21:47
cook7
i am actually looking for a salmon recipe to try. otherwise i am having challah salmon soup and kneidlach french roast lukshen kugel broccoli kugel salad birthday cake
Re:Cheese Canoles (Canolies) by Broccoli on 05/14/2012 13:16
Broccoli
You can usually buy them in any baking store or sometimes even in the grocery stores. The 'chad pa'ami' stores which sell some baking supplies also sell them.
Cheese Canoles (Canolies) by Broccoli on 05/14/2012 09:52
jushilli
I am interested in making this recipe but could you clarify what you mean by cigars, where do you get them, I also live in Israel Thanks in advance
Re:easy dietetic recipes on 03/12/2012 09:00
CookMama

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Recipe #390 is a great dietetic broccoli kugal/muffin given to me by a dietitian. Taste really good. Also, recipe# 5551 is another great low fat side dish-pine nuts with snow peas.
Re:Looking for recipes that have chestnuts in it on 12/30/2011 19:51
AbbyPires
We used to eat stir-fry made from canned chestnuts, bamboo shoots, baby corn, onions, baby carrots, and sometimes red peppers bell and fresh broccoli if I remember correctly. Maybe you could try adding some sugar or honey to the pan in the last few minutes of cooking the chestnuts to help with the carmelization. And for a side dish, what if you added them to mashed potatoes? OOOH, I just had an idea. Try carmelizing them with some onions and garlic and serve with an egg or two on toast with the yolks ooozing all over! I all of a sudden feel very inspired.
Re:CHANUKA PARTIES! on 12/07/2011 16:39
cappuccino
We usually have a milchig buffet also. We have many different pasta dishes; like baked ziti, lasagna, penne ala vodka, fettuccine alfredo, then we have a lot of different types of salads, some potato dishes, like crispy potato chips or creamy potatoes, a couple of different quiches; mushroom, broccoli, tuna... We usually have two types of soup; zuchini, mushroom barley, french onion, or split pea soup. We also buy bagels and have various spreads to put on; tuna, egg salad, cream cheese... And of course we won't forget the donuts, and ice cream, which is served at the end! Happy Chanukah!
Re:choc. rugelach- broccoli on 02/07/2011 10:55
LeahS [Admin]
On the side of the recipe are conversions tool that you can convert kilo to pounds. It's not possible to convert kilograms to cups because it depends on the density of the ingredient. But I can do it for you :) If you have a scale I would weigh the flour the first time. Dough: Adjust as needed 3.30 lb flour - roughly a kilo is 7 cups of flour so 1 1/2 kilo would be 101/2 cups give or take. 3 (4oz) sticks of margarine 8.47 oz sugar (about 1 cup) a drop less than 2 oz yeast I wouldn't add all the flour right away. But add the flour as you mix with the rest of ingredients until it seems like enough.
choc. rugelach- broccoli on 02/07/2011 10:31
yummy
Broccoli posted a recipie for chocolate rugelach #567. Is it possible for you to convert the measurements from kg. to cups? I want to make them but just dont know how to convert the meas. by myself.
Re:Vegetable side dish for Friday night? on 12/31/2010 04:50
lea
Try the diet broccoli kugel I just posted. It's easy to prepare, tasty, and dietetic.
Re:LUNCH on 12/20/2010 13:37
THERABASH
Baked potato and cheese with broccoli - easy and yummy. Fast version: Bake a potato for 6 minutes in the microwave. Top with cheese and ( either frozen or fresh) broccoli and place in toaster oven for a few minutes until it reaches your desired level of toastiness (this is a made up word). (I am at the level of laziness where I just melt the cheese in the microwave and forget the broccoli, but it's really much tastier the other way.) * Works with sweet potato too if you are into more healthful options...
Re:What your shabbos menu? on 12/15/2010 21:47
cook7
i am actually looking for a salmon recipe to try. otherwise i am having challah salmon soup and kneidlach french roast lukshen kugel broccoli kugel salad birthday cake

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