Dough which I bought last week. This is a book that promises to provide countless hours of entertainment!
I started with this, one of the simplest recipes in the book. The tricky part of cooking from this book is that the author asks you to believe that, however wet you think the dough might be, it WILL turn into a 'proper' dough and make a wonderful bread. He's not wrong, of course, but it IS very difficult, indeed, to stay the course. My dough was very wet and sticky but, after about 4 minutes of 'working' it, a transformation took place and I had in my hands some of the most amazingly elastic, pliable dough I have ever touched in my hands. Amazing!
Sunday, March 02, 2008
At the end of the meal, we were both stuffed full of wontons, chatting merrily away; our troubles all but forgotten. For this reason I'll call this dish 'Double Happiness Wonton Soup'!
P.S. - If you want to double your happiness, the recipe can be found here...