this recipe is far removed from the precise art of sushi-making, but still delicious. great for party, potluck, etc. for furikake rice seasoning, see recipe #523268.
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this recipe comes from the jewish holiday feasts cookbook and is a recipe for purim. all times are guesstimates and do not include cool times. these are wonderful as candy or cookies, after dinner or with wine. kids can help roll up the dough into balls.
i accidently royally messed up the recipe to a marinade i had and had to fix it... and it turned out even better! you can obviously put any vegetables you like on the skewers, these are just my preference. prep time is time to marinade.
this is awesome and foolproof! great for sandwiches or toast. even my 9-year-old (who doesn't often make requests) can't get enough of it! ok to substitute sour cream or cottage cheese for the plain yougurt, although it might up the calorie count.
this recipe comes from the first cookbook i ever had -- a children's cookbook whose name has long been lost. this is still my favorite recipe for banana smoothies -- it's incredibly easy, tasty, and decently healthy. don't let the nutrition facts fool
the little kids and i have a smoothie every day at lunch and so for zaar world tour i thought, "well, i should try other people's smoothies and get zwt points if i'm going to have a smoothie anyway!" right? well, i found out i really don't like yogurt i
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