|by Julia Hill|
Culinary math applies basic math concepts (such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) to measuring, costing, and sizing.
1 - 10 of 49 for chinese noodle cookies
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Melt in saucepan ... in 1 can Chinese noodles and 1 can ... well and drop by teaspoon onto cookie sheet. Cool. These may be kept in refrigerator or freezer.
Melt chips. Pour over noodles and nuts. Drop by spoonful on waxed paper.
Melt chocolate and ... in microwave. Add Chinese noodles and cashews. Mix well. Drop by spoonfuls on waxed paper. Let cool until hardened. Makes 30 cookies.
Melt chocolate bits ... or microwave. Put noodles and nuts in ... shape in to cookies and place on ... them in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
Melt chocolate and peanut butter in double boiler. Pour over marshmallows, noodles and nuts. Toss until noodles are covered. Drop by teaspoon onto waxed paper.
Cream shortening and ... in coconut and noodles. Drop by ... on slightly greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes. Yield: 10 cookies.
Melt chips in a bowl in microwave. Pour in noodles and nuts. Drop on wax paper. Let stand until firm.
Melt morsels over ... and pour in noodles. Mix well, ... Take spoonfuls of mixture and place on wax paper. Let cool and then partake of this novel mixture.
Melt chips, add cashews and noodles. Drop tablespoons of mixture on wax paper. Store after cookies are set.
Melt chips. Add nuts and noodles. Put in small bite-size amounts on wax paper. Makes 6.
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