This is a traditional recipe good for anything that ails you. It's the absolute best when you've got the flu, and it's great the second and third day. Note, these matzoh balls are 'sinkers'. These are traditional matzoh balls, as this recipe was passed down from my great-grandmother who needed to make them as heavy as possible to feed a hungry family during lean times. Cut the matzoh meal by 1/2 cup to lighten the load.
The dressing is sweet and the salad is crunchy - hence the name of this tasty salad. A bit of sugar sweetens the herbed vinegar and oil dressing, and sunflower seeds, ramen noodles, cashews, and water chestnuts add the crunch in the coleslaw salad.
Just flour, yeast, sugar, salt and water in the right proportions make this basic bread a winner. The recipe makes three loaves, so you can freeze what you cannot use or give them away to your friends.
A generous mound of thinly sliced onions, cooked in butter and olive oil, becomes a fragrant, caramelized sauce with the addition of bouillon, water and a pinch of basil. Toss with cooked pasta and sprinkle with Parmesan before serving.