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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-22

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BRIATES

8 sheets filo
8 tbsp. margarine, melted
Almond filling
8 ounces honey
powdered sugar for
garnish (optional)
powdered cinnamon for
decoration (optional)
ALMOND FILLING
4 oz. almonds, blanched
and peeled
1/2 c. sugar
1 egg white
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
juice of 1/2 lemon
Prepare filling. Place ingre-
dients in food processor. Us-
ing metal blade, process until
mixture forms a ball. Enough
filling for 8 pastries.
Preheat oven to 350
degrees. Working quickly so
the filo leaves do not dry out,
brush the top sheet with
margarine and fold into
thirds, brushing with
margarine after each fold, en-
ding with a 4x15 rectangle
(depending on the original

size of the filo you use). Place
one tbsp. filling along the
4-inch side of the dough. Roll,
making shape like a cigar.
Place each Briate seam side
down in a glass baking dish
that has been sprayed with
butter-flavored Pam. Brush
the tops with any remaining
margarine. Bake 30 minutes
or until the pastries are
golden brown. May be served
like this or pour the honey
over hot Briates. Let soak
overnight.
To serve, sprinkle with
powdered sugar. Make a
decorative design with
powdered cinnamon. Serves 8.

MINT TEA
8 leafy sprigs of fresh
mint, carefully
washed
boiling water
sugar to taste
Place the mint in a large
tea pot. Cover with boiling
water and add sugar to
taste. 0

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'Private' Recipes
For High Holidays

David Mintz

Special to The Jewish News

F

or the High Holidays,
many cooks will be
looking for exciting
new recipes as well as ideas
on how to spice up traditional
ones. The following recipes
come from the "private collec-
tion" of David Mintz. He is
the founder of Tofutti Brands,
Inc., the company that makes
a line of cholesterol-free foods.
He is also a gourmet kosher
cook.
A former kosher caterer
from Brooklyn, Mintz dis-
covered tofu while searching
for a milk substitute for
desserts, pastries, pies and
sauces.
The Matzoh Balls, Apricot-
Noodle Charlotte (Kugel), and
Old Fashion Honey-Nut Cake
are cholesterol-free, low fat
and delicious.

EASY MATZOH BALLS
1 cup matzoh meal
2 tablespoons oil
2 tablespoons water
(cold)
4 oz. Egg Watchers
(beaten)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1. Beat eggs slightly with
fork.
2. Add other ingredients,
except matzoh meal, and mix.
3. Add matzoh meal
gradually until thick. Stir.
4. Refrigerate for 20
minutes in covered bowl.

5. Form into ball.
6. Drop in bubbling chicken
soup or Y2 quart boiling water
to which 1 tablespoon salt has
been added.
7. Cook according to in-
structions in recipe.
8. Should yield 4 balls per
Y4 cup of matzoh meal.
9. For large fluffy knaid-
lach, cook in wide pot, thus
allowing lots of room to
expand.

OLD FASHIONED
HONEY-NUT CAKE
1 cup honey
% cup oil
1 cup brown sugar
8 oz. Egg Watchers

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NOW 3 16,1.00

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• Sugarless • Low Sugar
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Continued on Page 72

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1 cup strong, black coffee
(hot)
2 teaspoons baking
powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
4 cups flour
Y4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Y4 teaspoon nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon cloves
1 /4 teaspoon ginger
3 /4 cups chopped nuts
4 oz. imitation cream
cheese.

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Not valid with any other
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We now cony
Greenfield
Noodles in bulk

Of $15.00 or more

FREE

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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