|Soup--A Kosher Collection|
|by Pamela Reiss|
This basic soup book imparts a host of creative new ideas and tastes that will make you think twice about kosher soups.
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Whip cream. Puree fruit and mix with ... cream. If you want mousse firmer, add gelatin according to instructions on box. Put in refrigerator. Serves four.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water, gradually add vanilla ice cream stirring so that the ice cream melts. Chill until set. Great for kids in summer!!
Make Jello according ... substitute as much fruit juice for the ... dishes or serving bowl, add fresh mint, and place in refrigerator until set. Serves 8.
Place Jello into ... together well. Add fruit, mix and ... and fresh strawberries or very berry Jello and blueberries in place of orange Jello and oranges.
Pour boiling water into blender. Add Jello. Blend on low speed for 30 seconds. Add ice. Blend until melted. Add Cool Whip. Blend on high speed for 30 ...
NOTE: May be ... with 10X sugar. Mousse: Cut 18 passion fruit in half and ... Serves: 4-6. (Prep and Cooking time: 1 hour 40 minutes, 4 hours chilling time)
Place 4 dessert ... topping. Divide the mousse among the 4 ... each of pineapple, kiwi, orange and strawberry on each plate and serve at once. Serves 4.
Combine chocolate and coffee, blend well until smooth. Add egg yolks and brandy; mix well. In another bowl, beat egg whites until double in volume. ...
In small bowl, ... combined. Pour into glasses or dessert dishes. Refrigerate to chill. Before serving, top each with fresh fruit. Makes 8 - 1/2 cup servings.
Combine chocolate pieces and coffee in blender. Cover and whip until thoroughly mixed and smooth. Add egg yolks, raspberry and brandy flavorings. ...
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