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October 14, 1966 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-14

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Jewish Meals

What makes custard so whole.
some and nutritious is the fact
that its ingredients consist of two
essential dietary elements — milk
and eggs. What the resourceful
housewife can add to it, by way
of variety, is almost limitless. It
may be served with fruit or cake.
We offer several varieties that
are perennial favorites in my
home and may well be in yours
too.
Unlike other kinds of cake,
Sponge Cake, because it is made
without butter, can be served to
your calorie-conscious guests with-
out compunction. It has versatility
too for it can be split and jelly
put in between; you may frost it
or not as you choose; you can

When It Comes

To Noodles .

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very end. Bake in a 375 degree oven
until nicely brown and crisp about
40 or 50 minutes. Bake on a cookie
sheet (greased) and baste occasionally
with a little oil. Cut into one-inch
slices while hot.

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By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER

(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)

make strawberry shortcake out
of it by adding strawberries and
whipped cream between and on
top of layers; you can slice the
top off, remove some of the cake
leaving bottom and sides, fill the
cake with fruit and cream (whip-
ped) and the removed cake add-
ing one teaspoon of kojel diluted
in one teaspoon of hot water to
the mixture, cover it with the top,
and decorate it as your inspiration
dictates; you can bake it in layers
or in cupcake pans. Served at the
end of a meal decorated as above
suggested will add a festive note
and will leave a lingering taste
of sweetness. As the old adage
has it: "Ende Gut, Alles Gut."

and there will be some caramel juice.
Can be made in a ring mold and
whipped cream or fruit put in center.
SPONGE CAKE
6 eggs separated
1 cup cake flour (sifted before
measuring)
1 cup sugar
teaspoon salt
Grated rind
lemon or orange
1 i tablespoon lemon juice or orange

ROLLED STRUDEL DOUGH

(Basic Recipe)
2 cups flour
343 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar
1 egg, well beaten
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
About 1 cup ice water
In a bowl or on a board, mix flour,
salt and sugar. Make well in center,
add egg and oil. Stir slowly to com-
bine adding cold water a little at a
time until dough firm enough to han-
dle. Knead several minutes on a
slightly floured board. With a floured
rolling pin roll out very thin. Spread
with filling. Roll like jelly roll, brush
with oil, and bake in 375 degree oven
until brown and crisp about 45 min-
utes. Cut into one-inch slices while
hot.

Sift together flour,
cup sugar
and salt three times. Beat egg whites
stiff but not dry, add 1/2 cup sugar
gradually. beating all the time. Beat
egg yolks until it falls in ribbons when
beater lifted and yolks are lemon
colored add juice and rind and con-
tinue beating until well blended. Gently
fold in egg whites. Gently fold in
APPLE FILLING
3! ,:, lbs. tart apples sliced about its
flour mixture about 1/4 at a time until
all ingredients are well blended. Bake
inch thick
in 9-inch spring form or in an un-
1 cup breadcrumbs slightly
greased 10-inch tube pan (spring
browned in oil (optional)
form also ungreased) in 325 degree
1 cup sugar
oven about an hour or until toothpick
1 cup raisins
inserted comes out clean. Invert pan
teaspoon cinnamon
BAKED CUSTARD
and remove cake when cool unless
cup chopped nuts
4 cups milk (scalded)
it falls out by itself.
2
tatblespoons
grated lemon rind
4 eggs (beaten lightly)
2 tablespoons lemon juice
BASIC
STRUDEL
PASTRY
4 tablespoons sugar, cinnamon or
Sprinkle breeadcrumbs on dough then
(Stretched Dough)
nutmeg
apples, sugar, lemon rind, lemon juice,
2 cups flour
Let milk come to a boil. Beat sugar
raisins, nuts, cinnamon.
/Zs teaspoon salt
with eggs, add milk, mixing steadily.
1 egg (well beaten)
Put in a fireproof dish, sprinkle
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
nutmeg or cinnamon on top, put dish
About ?4", cup lukewarm water
in another dish containing one inch
Put flour on pastry board, make a
hot water and bake in a 350 degree well in center, add salt, egg and oil,
oven about l hours, or until a knife mix well, gradually adding flour and
inserted comes out clean. Remove enough water to make a soft and rather
from oven and from pan containing sticky dough. Beat dough against board
water.
until it no longer sticks to board.
... Variation: If you have some cold Form into a ball. Brush surface of
Featuring a fine selection of prime and choice Kosher Meats,
cooked rice, put that in bottom of dough with oil and cover with a warm
fresh, eviscerated poultry and a complete selection of Kosher
pan before adding custard.
bowl and let it rest for 1/2 hour. Cover
You can bake it in cups, thus re- a table with a well floured cloth, place
frozen poultry.
ducing baking time.
dough in center, roll very thin, turn
You can make caramel custard by several times to prevent dough from
Try Our Famous Minute Steaks, Harvard Roast and
heating 2/3 cup sugar in a heavy sticking to cloth. To stretch flour
skillet over low heat, stirring con- hands tuck in thumbs and gently
Other Fine Cuts. Satisfaction Guaranteed!
stantly until sugar becomes golden stretch dough with back of hands
brown. Remove from heat and add and work from the center all around
four tablespoons water. Return to heat the table to the outer edges until
and stir until mixture boils and all dough stretched paper thin. Cut thicker
is blended. Pour caramel into mold edges that hang over edges of table
CORNER LAHSER
or custard cups and tilt to make cara- away with a scissors. Let dough dry
mel spread evenly. Add two additional a few minutes but do not let it be-
eggs and two yolks to the custard, come brittle. Add a sprinkling of oil
put in pan of hot water as directed over dough and fill with your favorite
and bake. May also add one teaspoon filling. Roll dough over filling on one
of vanilla to custard. Chill thoroughly side then hold cloth high and the
John Katz, Irving Zoks, Sid Mirves, Proprietors
before serving. Reverse mold when , strudel will roll itself over until the
serving. Caramel will he on bottom end is reached. Do not fill to the

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