|Cooked to Perfection|
|by Phyllis Corella|
Andrew and Phyllis Corella were born in New York City in East Harlem and raised at a time when food was kept cold in an icebox.
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Melt morsels on very low burner. Then add peanuts, raisins and noodles as mush as you want. Put drops of candy onto waxed paper and put in refrigerator. Enjoy!
Use double boiler. Melt chocolate first, then turn ... butter. Add crushed noodles. Add crushed ... teaspoonful. Makes about 50 squares. Keep refrigerated.
Melt chocolate in top of ... to cover the noodles well. Folks go crazy trying to guess what's crunchy. Spoon out by tablespoonfuls on wax paper to cool.
Rinse salt from ... in halves. Melt chocolate and butterscotch chips ... Mix in cashews and noodles. Drop by tablespoonfuls on waxed paper. Refrigerate.
Melt white chocolate in double boiler ... teaspoonful. Cool, store in tight container and store in refrigerator. Will keep several weeks. Yield 75 to 80 pieces.
Melt chips. Stir in noodles and peanuts. Drop by teaspoon onto wax paper. Makes about 3 dozen.
Melt butterscotch and chocolate morsels in double boiler on low burner. Stir constantly. Then add nuts and noodles. Drop by spoonful on wax paper.
Melt both bags ... boiler). Mix in noodles and peanuts into ... waxed paper. Chill 15 to 20 minutes. Store in a cool place. Makes approximately 4 dozen.
Melt butterscotch and chocolate bits. Add peanuts and noodles; mix. Drop by teaspoon on waxed paper. Let cool. Enjoy.
Melt chocolate bits and peanut ... boiler or in oven at low heat. Remove and add Chinese noodles. Drop by teaspoon on wax paper and cool in refrigerator.
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