|Light Jewish Holiday Desserts|
|by Penny W. Eisenberg|
When most people think of Jewish desserts, the same old rugelach, babka, and stale macaroons come to mind.
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Fry up the ... ready the sliced cabbage. Toss all ... with the pressed garlic. Crumble the ... broth. When it is hot enough and tastes good, it's ready.
Brown ground beef, garlic and onions in ... separate pan. Cut Cabbage into quarters and ... good on a cold winter night. Recipe was a childhood favorite.
Fill a large ... full boil. Cook cabbage, covered, at ... low heat. Add garlic to sauce and ... hour, adding more sauce if required. Serves a Hungry Crowd!
In a large ... adding in the cabbage stir until it starts ... start adding your spices. Put a lid over it and let it simmer taste to your liking. Enjoy.
This is an ... and satisfying. Slice cabbage in long strips ... Add wine and garlic and hot sauce. ... simmer until cabbage is just tender. Stir occasionally.
Fry cabbage to desired doneness. Add pasta and bacon. Serve hot.
Melt butter in ... fry onions and garlic. Add cabbage and carrots. Stir ... vegetables are tender. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Serve immediately.
In 5 quart ... hot oil, cook garlic until browned (discard garlic pieces). Add cabbage and zucchini, stir ... 7 to 8 minutes until vegetables are tender.
Cover cabbage with water. Bring ... pepper, MSG, and garlic over cabbage; fold ... until firm. Cut eggs into thin strips, 3 inches long; spread over cabbage.
Fry bacon in ... Set aside. Add cabbage and stir fry ... high flame. Add garlic powder, black pepper, ... and cook 5 minutes. Stir in bacon and serve hot.
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