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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

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    I've been super forgetful and keep not getting the wrappers at the store every time I go. Maybe next time I'll remember to add it to my list.
    So what do they look like, out of curiosity? And how fo you use them? (Asking for a friend)

    The ones I got were translucent and hard like plastic but when I managed to get them softer and stickier by sucking on them. Was I supposed to boil them? There were no instructions on the back, so...
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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

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    So what do they look like, out of curiosity? And how fo you use them? (Asking for a friend)

    The ones I got were translucent and hard like plastic but when I managed to get them softer and stickier by sucking on them. Was I supposed to boil them? There were no instructions on the back, so...
    These are what I use. They're soft and doughy. The only time they get hard is if they're left out too long.
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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

    Hmm ok. I'll keep an eye out for something like that.
    She is like a cat in the dark and then she is the darkness. ~~(=^._.^)

    I got my war paint on and I'm off to go passive-aggressive all over these socially awkward man-witches.

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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

    You will find them in the refrigerated section of the grocery store. Over by produce kinda with the pre-made/pre-cut stuff. There are two types there ware wanton wrappers and there are eggroll wrappers. Wantons are going to be circles and the wantons are rectangles.
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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

    Okay, guys, here they are in five step pictures! I have to comment though, that the results are NOT the same ones I was making for the first few pics. I screwed up and accidentally added cumin instead of cinnamon ... OOPS! So I had to make a new batch.


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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

    Apples and cumin--how did THAT turn out? :-p
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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

    I should have kept them because it probably wouldn't have been that bad, to be honest.

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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

    It intrigues me. Not enough to try it myself quite yet, lol, but all the same...
    She is like a cat in the dark and then she is the darkness. ~~(=^._.^)

    I got my war paint on and I'm off to go passive-aggressive all over these socially awkward man-witches.

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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

    Here's my recipe for Bruschetta (pronounced brus-KET-ta - runs all over me when wait staff say "brushetta."):

    You'll need:

    A loaf Italian or French bread (firm crust is better, but doesn't have to be)
    Extra virgin olive oil
    Dried basil
    Dried oregano
    A large clove of garlic (peeled)
    Diced or sliced tomatoes (your preference)
    cayenne pepper
    salt
    black pepper

    Slice the bread to about 1" thickness and place under a broiler until golden brown. Remove from the oven and let it cool slightly so you don't burn your fingers in the next step.

    Brush liberal amounts of olive oil on the UNtoasted side. I usually just put the olive oil in a bowl or shallow dish and dip the bread, letting the excess run off to a drip.

    Place the bread back on the baking pan with the oiled side up. Sprinkle liberal amounts of basil and oregano over it (you'll lose some of it in the next steps) and place it back under the broiler until dark brown. Try not to burn it - you just need it toasted deeply to firm it up.

    Remove from the broiler and let cool slightly again. Once you can handle it safely, take the peeled garlic and rub it into the oiled & seasoned side ensuring you coat it thoroughly. You'll lose the excess seasoning with this step.

    Top the bread with your tomatoes and add salt, pepper, and a dash of cayenne. Take a teaspoon and drip a little more olive oil over them and it's ready to serve.

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    Re: PF Recipe Share and Challenge

    Next time I go to the store I'll get some bread and give it a try. Though, I'll have to substitute the tomato for maybe some red or orange peppers. Tomatoes are disgusting

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