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Discussion in 'Food & Drinks' started by Ruby Begonia, Apr 5, 2016.
I'm going to try them too.
It was a small box. I followed the instructions
2 tbspns oil
Mix and rest in fridge 15 mins.
form into golf ball sized balls and simmer 20 Mins.
I might have put too much oil in since I just eyeballed it. Or maybe didn't form them firmly enough.
Im going to buy a box of the mix and put them in some chicken stock..
They are delicious but mine are just falling apart now.
Yes, that's the way I remember the instructions Ruby. Guess you have to be very precise in the measurements.
They shouldn't fall apart that easily.
I only make my Matzos Balls in boiling water..
Never had problems..
They expand like crazy and that is why I said small balls so you get golf ball size Matzos Balls when cooked..
I had bought a second box, a different brand. I will measure the oil this time, I honestly think I put in too much. I will boil them in water instead of broth like the first box instructions said .
I made a pot of chicken soup today..
The real Jewish way.. I don't have any Matzo ball mix, and I can't get any up here..
the soup was so good, we pigged out on it.. I still have lots left for another day..
My preference is really to have noodles in chicken soup. Even though it has about twice the salt you need for a day, I really like Campbells Chicken Noodle soup. I was making some turkey soup with leftover turkey sometime after Thanksgiving. I put it in the crockpot, and the noodles dissolved while I was at the dentist! These were like eggless noodles,,so hmmm I will not try using those again. The whole thing turned out like some kind of poi or pasty mess!
Not everyone has the time or money to become a food snob. Sometimes a can of Campbell's Chicken Noodle soup. can be the best OTC medicine.