|Wok Cookery (Kitchen Library)|
|by Suzy Powling|
Designed for both the amateur and the more experienced cook, this book is one of a range of paperbacks which form a complete cookery library.
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Mix dry ingredients. ... Mixing it with Kool-Aid gives the dough ... last for weeks in an airtight container. NOTE: If child eats this, it is non-toxic.
Combine flour, salt, oil and Kool-Aid. Add 1 ... mixture until it forms a soft dough. This play dough will keep indefinitely if kept sealed when not in use.
Boil 2 cups ... Store in covered container in refrigerator when not in use. Can make different colors of play dough by varying the flavor of the Kool-Aid.
Mix: Add to dry ingredients: Knead until well mixed. Let cool. May feel sticky at first, just keep working with it.
Mix together flour, ... of tartar. Add Kool-Aid and oil to ... wet ingredients. Knead until cool, then ready to play. Store playdough in covered container.
Mix well. Keep covered and in the refrigerator.
Mix all ingredients except oil and water. Add oil and water quickly, mix well. May need more flour as needed. Store in an airtight container.
Mix together above ingredients. Add: 3 tbsp. oil Knead well and enjoy playing with it. Store in refrigerator.
Mix together ingredients. When cool enough to handle, knead the dough until it reaches the desired consistency, adding additional flour if needed. ...
Combine above; add additional flour until soft dough forms.
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