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RECIPE: rubarb cobbler

Posted by snyder (My Page) on
Thu, May 28, 09 at 12:59

Looking for the rubarb cobble recipe where you use the cup of boiling water

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RE: RECIPE: rhubarb cobbler

Here's a bunch of recipes, maybe you can find it here.

Here is a link that might be useful: rhubarb cobbles recipes

Onion Head Tofu

If youre wondering what onion
heads are

Theyre just the top half of the
green onions. (The white part.)

Onion heads are popular
ingredients used in Chinese
cooking. Although green onions
are not normally used as the main
ingredient in cooking, however,
green onion head could be used as a main ingredient.

You want to pick the largest green onions possible when trying to
cook this dish. Those larger ones have more flavor and bite in


Green onion heads 15 20
Pressed tofu pack (175g)
Salt 1 teaspoon
My secret hot sauce 1 tablespoon
MSG teaspoon (optional)
Oil 4 tablespoon
Szechuan peppercorn 10 12

1. Cut the onion heads diagonally into 5cm long sections.
2. Cut tofu into 4cm long, 1cm wide, and 2mm thick slices.
3. Heat oil to smoking point, and add peppercorns.
4. Add in the tofu, and add salt, hot sauce, MSG, and stir quickly.
5. Now add in the onion head, and stir until theyre cooked.
6. Dish up and serve.

Here is a link that might be useful:

RE: RECIPE: rubarb cobbler

elie2020, are you off your medication again?

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