Yes, You Can Make Fortune Cookies at Home
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Every other week on Food52, Anna Hezel talks about the innovations, decorations, and other quiet touches that make a party memorable. Today: A nutty take on fortune cookies that you can make at home and fill with your own fortunes. Everybody should spend at least one week of their lives making dumplings. Over the course of a few days, what once seemed complicated and mysterious becomes second nature. When Gabriella and I decided to have a dumpling party, we knew it was an ambitious idea. We also knew that with a little work in the week leading up to the party, the party itself would be easy and delicious. We dedicated a work week night to each type of dumpling we were making, froze them, stocked up on cheap utensils from a restaurant supply store, and the day of the party, all we needed to do was steam, fry, and have a nice time. After you've folded 250 dumplings, making fortune cookies is a walk in the park. But even if you haven't made 250 dumplings, making your own fortune ...
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