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Making chinese 
 
Sep. 12, 2009 8:39 am 
Updated: Sep. 12, 2009 3:40 pm
I made chinese for supper last night.  I thought I would try a new recipe - sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn't!  I love the potstickers I get at the this chinese restaurant so I thought when I found this recipe why not?  It required boiling the potstickers until translucent and then draining them and frying them in a little veg oil.  Boy they did not want to fry.  So I scrapped about 6 of them that just wanted to absorb all that oil and ate the rest of them boiled.  They tasted more like a steamed dumpling.  I think the next time instead of boiling them, I will just fry them unless someone else has a good suggestion.  I use raw chicken so my only concern would be getting the meat thoroughly cooked.  But everything else was good!
 
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Mich 
Sep. 12, 2009 3:40 pm
I love potstickers too. I have found the key to a yummy non-stick method after boiling is to spray a pan with oil, place the potstickers on it, spray the potstickers with oil and then bake. This way I can make a whole lot at once cause the kids like em too! If you don't boil them the dough is yucky and the middle doesn't get done in my experience.
 
 
 
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I learned to cook watching my mom and my Grandma's cook - who all are the best in the world! I have huge garden and I can a lot of stuff for winter. My daughter would'nt dream of eating a pie that was store bought! And we raise chickens. There is nothing that compares to farm fresh eggs. They just make your baked goods taste better.
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My mom always made sugar cookies with us kids at Christmas time and do the same thing now! I used to love to pick out a recipe and Mom would let me got to town in the kitchen! At Christmas I also make tons of candy's, breads, and cookies that I give away to neighbors and family for gifts.
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I love to enter canned goods and baked goods in the county fair! I have won quite a few ribbons! I recently had a recipe published in Nebraska Life Magazine's cookbook. I was so excited.
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One time I tried to make pierogies when I was about 15. Well I didn't realize how much a cast iron skillet would smoke when it got hot! I ended up filling the house with a lovely smokey aroma! I never have made them again! Another time I tried to make chicken satay, and my husband and daughter about gagged when they tried the sauce. As they said peanut butter doesn't go with chicken! But I loved it. They were scraping the sauce off the chicken. They won't let me live that one down!
 
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