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    This can hardly be called a recipe -- more of a suggestion -- but it makes up quickly when time is tight.

    Recipe #392672

    This is an easier albeit much less sophisticated adaptation of Hey Jude's Har Gow recipe (#109191). I wanted something I could make up in the kitchen in our apartment in town, which is tiny and not well equipped. For steaming, I used a rice cooker with a steamer basket.

    Recipe #310066

    We saw this recipe on Michelle Greenwald's (www.magicalmeltingpot.com)Yahoo Blog, and gave it a try. We both assumed it would be too sweet and gooey for breakfast, but since it's dreary and rainy this morning, figured we'd fire up the oven and give it a try. YUM! It wasn't too sweet at all, and the pancake had a bit of a custardy taste. It was easy to put together and made enough for the both of us, with a couple bites of crust left over for our four dogs. The recipe omits instructions for making up the batter, but we just combined the ingredients and mixed well. We used a 10-inch iron skillet, but any oven-safe non-stick pan would do.

    Recipe #257382


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