an "anything goes" would-be korean soup. but if you don't have basic korean ingredients around the home, then i include my typical substitutions. * kochukaru and kochujang are typical korean ingredients for hot pepper flakes and hot pepper paste (in t
i bought this 'local' recipe book from a church in firebaugh calif. i've enjoyed many of the recipes the women put together...this one has been a family favorite. you can make it different everytime, but our favorite banana bread comes from this recipe!
this makes a thick, crispy cookie, more about the oats than the butter and sugar (though there's lots of those too!)make sure you flatten them before baking, they don't spread very much in the oven. i originally found this recipe on the quaker oats websit
i love chutney but it is expensive to buy. apples are plentiful and cheap in nova scotia (and many other locations) so i like to make this one to accompany samosas and anything else that needs a delicious kick. it's also very easy.
this is a basic mix to start with when you're planning a camping trip. use it to make dumplings, pancakes, and fruit cobblers. if you travel with more 'stuff' you can bake biscuits and short cakes too.
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