|Jewish Cooking Jewish Cooks|
|by Ramona Kovel|
It's a lot more than just chicken soup and matzo balls! Jewish life and tradition revolve around food--so this collection of delicious, tried-and-...
Tip: Try playdough alum for more results.
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Mix first 4 ingredients well. Add food coloring to water. Gradually add small amounts of water until mixture is consistency of bread dough. Store in ...
Kool-Aid Playdough: Dissolve Kool-Aid ... Add other ingredients and mix together. Mixture should congeal but not be sticky. Store in airtight container.
Mix water, salt ... heat and add alum and oil. Pour ... flour. Mix and knead with hands. Store in a plastic bag. (If playdough should get hard, add water.)
Mix dry ingredients. Add oil and water, stirring quickly and mixing well. When cool, mix with hands. Store in airtight containers.
Combine ingredients. Heat in microwave and stir until mixture forms a soft ball. Stir about every 10 seconds. Put mixture on tray or wax paper and ...
Combine same as other Playdough recipe.
Mix first 4 ... airtight container or plastic bag. It lasts a long time. (If you can't find alum at the grocery store, it is available at the drug store.)
Mix dry ingredients. Mix oil and water together. Add to dry ingredients, mixing well and quickly. Let cool enough to handle and then work with hands. ...
Heat water and salt to a bubble but DO NOT boil. Stir in alum and cooking oil. Add the flour. Knead until smooth.
Mix all dry ... and food color. Cook over medium heat, ... into balls, work in color by kneading. Keep in plastic bag or closed container when not in use.
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