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Homemade Wonton Soup
here's what i did. i took the meat mixture and baked it in the oven like i would with meatloaf until no longer pink (but not entirely done), i was a bit leary putting raw meat in the wontons and having them cook for that little bit of time. i assembled the wontons like sandwiches instead of folding it over itself and that may have made it kind of "heavier" because once i boiled them in a seperate pot, they were almost falling apart when i scooped them out to put them into my soup. Luckily, only 1 fell apart so i was lucky they didnt ALL fall apart. We loved this soup indefinitely! what a difference from plain old chicken and dumplings :) aside from the wontons mishap, they were very flavorful and awesome! (btw, i only did 1/2 tea seasme oil, omitted the mushrooms and shrimp). will be making it again! thanks for a wonderful recipe!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 19, 2011
Homemade Four Cheese Ravioli
i tried this recipe for ravoli for the first time and it turned out GREAT! for those who need advice on the things that went wrong - IF its too dry, add some MORE water to the dough and i also added a half of a stick of softened butter, it should roll into a smooth ball and when refridgerating it, drizzle oil ontop and cover with plastic wrap. roll out SECTIONS by pinching it off and leaving the rest into the refrigerator if your having difficulty rolling it out, its easier to roll out when its cold. Thats all the advice i can give when doing it by hand not a pasta machine. BTW i only used the pasta recipe, the rest i didnt follow. i used cream cheese and two other shredded cheeses for the filling. VERY time consuming, (i had made 4x the recipe and ended up with a very big pot full of ravioli, more then enough to feed 4 pple) yes, but well worth it! the most time consuming recipes i have ever done turned out great and this counts as one AS LONG as you can revise the recipe a little.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 4, 2011

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