Girl meets farm egg rolls
In a medium bowl, combine the yeast, warm water and 1 teaspoon of the sugar and give it a little stir. Let it sit for about 5 minutes, until it becomes foamy on top. In a separate medium bowl, whisk together the oil and 4 of the eggs. When the yeast is foamy, add it to the dry mixture immediately followed by the egg mixture and stir to combine. Knead, either by hand on a floured surface or with a dough hook, adding more white flour as necessary but resist any urge to add too much! Transfer the dough to an oiled bowl, cover it with plastic wrap and let it sit at room temperature until it has doubled in size, about 2 hours.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Molly Yeh Makes Chicken Schnitzel - Food Network
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Molly Yeh Talks Jewish/Chinese Food & Family
The popular blogger, best selling author her cookbook Molly on the Range is part recipes, part memoir and Daytime Emmy-nominated culinary host grew up in Glenview, Illinois, with her Episcopalian Chinese father and Hungarian Jewish mother, and she mines those influences in her cooking and entertaining. In the second episode, Yeh, who gave birth to her daughter Bernie on March 30, shares quick and easy recipes that moms can prepare. Since Christmas and Hanukkah coincide this year, there will be a Chrismukkah episode this season in which Yeh makes roasted chicken with apples and latkes on the side.
Expect more occasion-centered Girl Meets Farm , too. We start with the events, and then we build our menus from there. You were studying music at Juilliard in New York. Why did you make the switch to food?
My father is a professional clarinetist and he and my mom always encouraged me in music. I grew up around both food and music. I started my blog 10 years ago and very quickly learned that cooking and creating was so much more creatively fulfilling to me than sitting in the orchestra waiting for my little part. I stuck to what I was really passionate about.
I never wrote a post just for the sake of getting traffic. It always was and still is a creative outlet for me. Anytime I create a recipe, I want there to be a reason that I create that recipe.
Maztah ball soup, noodle kugel and challah. Every Sunday morning, my mom would have something freshly baked waiting for me when I woke up.
It took me two days to make it. It was so satisfying, and I ate it all! Bagels, pizza, Chinese handmade noodles. I learned how to make a really good bagel.
The key is letting the dough sit overnight, and using a really good flour. I use the wheat my husband grows. Yeah, we have our favorites—a pizza place, a place to get fried cheesy pickles, a diner.
Do you think about opening your own restaurant? I have my sources. People send me things. Whenever I travel I always look for things to bring home. You met Nick at Juilliard and married in What was your wedding like? Was it a mix of traditions?
It was. Nick built the chuppah, I made most of the food. We did tons of little pot-pies, for the cocktail hour we had piles of salami and cheese and challah. We had knoephla, a potato dumping soup. And enough desserts to feed hundreds of people—we only had 75 at the wedding.
We had a chocolate marzipan cake, a coconut cake, a funfetti cake. And we had a late-night grilled cheese bar. We danced it all off, though. But I can make challah! I was raised with both but more on the Jewish side. I went to Sunday school but never had a bat mitzvah. My mom never had one. Only the guys in the family had bar mitzvahs. My dad is Episcopalian so we did celebrate Christmas and Easter. We were always celebrating something.
But she will go to Camp Chi, the Jewish camp that I went to. In New York it was taken for granted. And I can teach Bernie. I do love Jewish culture and Jewish values and will teach them to her—tradition, family, tikkun olam , being part of a community.
Have you been to Israel? Three times. I went on a culinary Birthright, then led a culinary Birthright. My friend Brian was living there, playing in the Israel Philharmonic, and I went to visit him two summers ago. The first time I went to Israel I came back and lived on Israeli salad and hummus and pita and shakshuka for months.
Whenever I go there I come back with a suitcase full of spices. I would love to. And Nick has never been there. Pop Culture. Other Articles You May Like. The Hidden Jewish History of Woodstock.
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Garlic and Onion Challah Bread
A riff on the popular restaurant appetizer, these Avocado Egg Rolls are easy to make at home and just as good! I am not normally a big tv watcher. I have a couple shows that I like to watch, but really, especially when it comes down to nighttime dramas, I have been pretty out of the loop lately. Then I had a baby.
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Avocado Egg Rolls with Chipotle Ranch Dipping Sauce
Whisk Dijon mustard, yellow mustard, rice vinegar, mustard powder, and cayenne in a small bowl until smooth. Chill until ready to use. Do Ahead: Sauce can be made 2 days ahead; cover and chill. Place cabbage, corned beef, and carrots in a food processor; season with salt and pepper. Pulse until pieces are slightly smaller than pea-size. Working one at a time, place wonton wrapper on a work surface with 1 corner facing you. Place 2. Dip your fingers in water and lightly brush top, left, and right corners of wrapper. Roll bottom corner up and over filling, then tuck under filling. Fold left and right corners tightly over filling to enclose, then continue to roll bundle away from you, tucking as you go, to create a classic egg roll shape.
Pastrami Egg Rolls with Apricot Dipping Sauce
Putting pastrami in egg rolls may not make for authentic Asian cuisine, but it sure tastes good. As does the sauce. Trust me, once you taste this, you will never go back to dipping in plain old duck sauce. Egg rolls are not the simplest thing to throw together.
Fried Cheesy Pickles
We are filming season 2 of Girl Meets Farm right now!! The shoot is almost halfway over and it has been so much fun. It was perfect. And dipped in a good strong mustard, because acid.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Vegetable Egg Rolls - Fried or Baked
When in doubt, add sprinkles! A transplant from the Chicago suburbs, Yeh married into the farm life, learned to embrace the country, and eventually started a food blog to chronicle her kitchen endeavors. Her blog, my name is yeh , became the perfect avenue to fuse her Jewish and Chinese heritage with Midwest comfort food and family favorites. Nearly one month ago, Yeh debuted her TV series, Girl Meets Farm , giving viewers a glimpse inside her sweet and sprinkled passion for food, family and the farm. Meet Molly Yeh Influencing her eclectic cooking style, Yeh grew up in the Chicago suburbs with a Chinese father and Jewish mother, followed by a post-high school life in New York City studying percussion at Juilliard.
We are filming season 2 of Girl Meets Farm right now!! The shoot is almost halfway over and it has been so much fun. It was perfect. And dipped in a good strong mustard, because acid. These have caraway as a nod to the standard pastrami on rye, and they are kind of me as an appetizer?? Strong deli mustard or Chinese hot mustard, for serving. In a large skillet, heat the 1 tablespoon canola oil over medium heat. Add the onion, celery, and pinch of salt and cook until soft, minutes.