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    This is a recipe for people on the go! The cocoa adds an authentic flavour that most people seem to leave out, I've gotten so I can't do it without... it makes the flavours meld so much better. A result of my mother and I pulling ideas out of our heads. Please don't add drinking chocolate instead of the unsweetened cocoa, as one male acquaintance of mine did, it's not nice!

    Recipe #350076

    I have always liked bitter melon, but my hubby wanted to tone it down a bit.... this is what I came up with! Most people will eat this, even if they don't generally like the melons. I use the ones with soft, green, warty skin. I have been told that there are other types. I buy them when they are about the size of a Mount Franklin 600ml bottle of water. Make sure you scrape out most of the seed bed... it carries a fair amount of the bitterness. The amount this makes varies depending on how big you roll them. It will feed two or more depending on how well liked they are,or if they are being used as an appetizer or entree - or one person very greedy for bitter melon like me! LOL. You will need a round glass or metal dish that will be at least the circumference of the spring roll sheets. You will need a lightly oiled plate or glass board to roll them on and another oiled plate or dish for the finished rolls. It all sounds very complicated, but honestly, it's quick and easy... after the first time, you will be wrapping like greased lightning!

    Recipe #344204

    My family recipes from India and Sri Lanka are all quite good, but this is one of the easiest and best!

    Recipe #275789


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