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    This is pretty tart because of the cider vinegar, but my family loves it! My hubby's Grandmother had these tips: Fix this in the morning to be served for supper. Don’t add the cucumbers and tomatoes too early because they draw liquid. Don’t use white potatoes because they'll crumble. I often double this recipe to make sure we have left-overs. It's even better the next day. Another note: Actual cooking time is estimated and includes two hours "soaking" time for flavors to blend. The longer it sits, the better it tastes.

    Recipe #186502

    Deep-fried banana rolls. When picking out your bananas, please adjust the amount you buy to equal two large bananas for this recipe. The time it takes to make these really depends on how adept your are at rolling. I said 15 minutes prep. time, but this is with my kids "helping" me with the sugar and placing the bananas. (They can't roll yet thank goodness. Haha) After frying your turon I recommend draining them on a wire rack or or something. You can use paper towels, but if some of the brown sugar melted out they'll stick. I usually just stand them up on their sides in my metal colander until they've cooled off enough to eat. This recipe calls for using lumpia wrappers which are much thinner than eggroll wrappers, almost like paper. I find them at my local Asian market. Try eating your turon with some icecream! It's great.

    Recipe #185678

    The stew is slightly tart, but you can adjust exactly how tart by using more or less vinegar. I generally use more than soy, but my children like lots of "juice" so I add more soy to taste. Also, I tend to use jarred, minced garlic in place of fresh to save some time. The original recipe does not include onions or noodles and calls for boiling/simmering all the main ingredients until done and then straining the meat out so that you can brown it and thicken the sauce. Lungkow Vermicelli is bean thread noodles. I buy them at my local Asian store. 1 bundle is generally 1.3 ounces, but they come in packages of I think 8 bundles. They don't really have a taste on their own, but they soak up the flavor of the stew, and my kids love slurping them up.

    Recipe #136180

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