Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Mollys’ Barking Bakes Brings You, Swoon Over The Crab Rangoon.


Molly The Wally Does A Spot Of Cooking!

Molly The Wally says make room and get ready to swoon over her crab Rangoon!


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You will need the following for your ‘Swoon Over The Crab Rangoon’.

Ingredients

1 (6 ounce) can crabmeat (but not Sarges' Crabby Girls, Beachnut or Shelldon),

6 ounces cream cheese, at room temp,

1/2 tablespoon minced garlic (leave out if you are a vampire),

1 dash Worcestershire sauce,

1/2 teaspoon salt,

1 dash white pepper (achew)

2 beaten egg yolks

3 heaped table spoons of flower flour

filo pastry

Baby cup-cake cases.

Melted butter.

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Hmm don’t tell me those pesky dragons are at my back door again?

Preheat oven to 180C - 160C, 350F, Gas mark 4 or the fiery breath of two dragons.

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What did the dragon say when he saw St. George?
Oh no not more tinned food!

Where do knights learn to kill dragons?
At knight school.

What did the dragon swallow that made him breathe fire?
A fire engine.

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Lightly oil the mini cupcakes cases.

Cut the filo pastry and stack in layers each having been lightly buttered.

Press into the cup-cake cases.

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How To Speak Chinese!

I think you need a face lift..................... Chin Tu Fat
Stupid man.......................................... Dum Gai 
Staying out of sight.............................. Lei Ying Lo
I thought you were on a diet.................. Wai Yu Mun Ching?
It's very dark in here............................. Wai So Dim?

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Lost in translation!



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Hmm I can hear some hissing now.

How can you revive a snake that looks dead?
With mouse-to-mouth resuscitation!

What's a snake's favorite school subject?
Math, because it's an adder!

In which river are you sure to find snakes?
The Hiss-issippi River!

Bake for 8 minutes until golden.

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Remove from cases and allow to cool.

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Pick over the crab to remove any pieces of shell.

Mix together all the ingredients

Fill each case with the mixture.

Any left over you can just fill the cases without the pastry.

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Bake in the oven for 10 minutes.

You know the score, drool while they cool.

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Gung Hay Fat Choy!
In China, Every Girl And Boy
Celebrates The New Year
In A Very Special Way
With Fireworks And Dragons,
Coloured Red And Gold
They Welcome In The New Year
And Chase Away The Old!

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Eat and Enjoy. Get your slave to clear up any mess you make and don’t forget it is Chinese New Year on the 10th February, the year of the snake. Have a hissing good time.

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And speaking of crabs, don't forget the circus is coming to town Sign Up Here!



with the crabby girls hosting the Freak Show. Speaking of freaks, you can have my pesky dragons, snakes and pandas.



Wow Wednesday indeed as we received this pawsome award from Nerissas' Life. Brilliant we have popped it onto our awards page with gratitude and pride.

57 comments:

  1. Those look yummy, Molly! We bet you are a great cook!

    Purrs,
    Carmine and Milita

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  2. YUMMERS! Got to try me some of those! Watch out for that snake now, or he will eat them all up!
    Lovies, Miss Mindy

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  3. OMDs Molly what a fantastic, tasty, hilarious and informative post today.
    THANK goodness the crabby girls are tucked away safely in the shells.
    Hugs Madi your BFFF

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  4. Woof! Woof! Golden Funny. Lovw the dragon by the door. 'Thank you' in Chinese is 謝謝 or xie xie (pronounced 'sheh sheh'). Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  5. Molly, one of Ma's favorite YouTube channels is from Japan called "Cooking with Dog" in which Francis, a mini poodle, watches "Chef" in the kitchen. But, wow! You are really cooking and totally unfazed by visitors at the window. AND you crack jokes and speak in Chinese. What an amazing dog!!!

    Butt sniffs and tail wags,

    Miss Poppy Seed (and Nanina who is smiling NOT sniffin' butts)

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  6. It must take some great skill to be able to cook for an audience with all these scary creatures behind you lol. And, you're able to tell jokes while cooking! Multi-tasking at its finest Molly!

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  7. My peeps are celebrating the 10th Feb thingy too. I hope they won't bring any hissing snakes home though.

    ~Eva

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  8. Gosh - you made them look so easy and yummy - I will have to give that recipe a try but poor Derby and Julep won't be testing any of them out.

    Have a great day and happy baking,
    Katie
    www.westiejulep.blogspot.com

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  9. Hi Molly another hilarious post you've made me hungry now though.

    Have a great Wednesday.

    Sheba.

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  10. Now I'm feeling better, Molly - Thanks a lot. I like your language lesson and I hope I can visit the garden with the curled poo soon ;o) Have a fabulous chinese monday and enjoy this yummy food ;o)

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  11. Anything with melted butter is good in my book! Just don't let that pesky dragon and snake get those treats! Oh, and save us a couple to try when we arrive on Friday! Can't wait to see you!

    Your pal, Pip

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  12. That was possibly one of the most educational posts we have ever read!: a recipe, jokes, a new language!!

    Those crab thingys look grrrerat!!

    Wally & Sammy

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  13. BOL...I is happies to knows you can't use Beachnut and Shelldon to makes dis recipe. Nows hows does you makes dis when you has no ingredients and no hooman to help...mine sucks in da kitchen, Just send me some of yours.

    Puddles

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  14. You really had us laughing today! You'd best be careful when you go outside - there seem to be all sorts of strange animals out there!

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  15. Mmmm, I lurve crab rangoon! So does Elka....when we share.

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  16. Hey there Molly! You've just gotta come on over to my blog today 'cause there's a special little somethin' waitin' for you there. purrs

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  17. OK OK I am sitting in a puddle of drool (my MOM said that). hahhaha Oh Molly I think you have inspired my MOM. I just might get a taste of this tonight. THANK YOU!
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  18. Yum a roo! I need Mrs. Master to make me these!

    Nora

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  19. We see that you did CHEWS the Two Dragon breaths method over the boring Oven fur cooking these delicious lookin treats.

    OMD we were laffin sooooooo hard at your Puns and assorted Funnies... We really need to have some good laffs right now. THANKS Mollie..

    PeeS... we KNOW that Sarge will appreciate the fact that you made SURE nobuddy cookerd up his Beachnut and Shelldon!!!

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  20. Ohh Molly, these sound delish!!! You did such a good job even with all those dragons and others looming behind you!
    hugs
    Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  21. Molly you sure have some strange critters stopping by your back door ... Momz sez this is the most entertaining recipe she's ever read...She doesn't usually laugh through cookbooks but yours is the exception...These look pretty nommy so I'z gonna get her to make me some Happy Wednesday!

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  22. Oh Molly we can't wait to celebrate too!
    Snorts,
    Benny & Lily

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  23. Molly, did you teach Rachel Ray to cook? We never knew you spoke Chinese too. You are sooooo talented!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley
    Online Doods

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  24. I'm licking my chops to when I found this recipe. Yummmm!

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  25. Is it a case of move over Jamie Oliver?...well done Molly, your cooking is amazing!

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  26. Nom! Oh my Dog, they look good - watch out or those Pandas will pinch them!
    Very funny signs.
    Dip Bridge and Elliot x

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  27. Those look delicious and your jokes had me rolling on the floor.

    Millie

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  28. You are sooooo funny Molly!! ;-D I like those lost in translation quotes, hehehe! Have fun eating those nummy Crab treats!! :-D

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  29. Oh Molly I needed that good laugh, I am going to make those, Marco will love them. I am laughing at your tongue and the Chinese words.
    Yǒu yīgè wěidà de rìzi

    xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  30. Those look yummy! What a fun activity :-)

    Oink oink,
    Katie and Coccolino the mini pig

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  31. Well, you have us drooling. Were they good?

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  32. Those look great. But we think we might just order from the Chinese Take away to celebrate...SHE's lazy.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  33. OMG I loved this! I also LOVE Crab Rangoon and this is just one of many that you posted that cracked me up "I thought you were on a diet.................. Wai Yu Mun Ching?"

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  34. WOW Molly! I can smell the yum clear over here!

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  35. Those look so tasty, Molly! Is it okay if someone (not naming names but Quint did it) already ate all the crabmeats first? We'll just add all the other stuff and we're sure it'll be just fine. Purrs...

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  36. When I first read this was a cooking blog, I couldn't believe it and you know what, I still can't!

    Have fun with the Pipster and his nurse!

    Cheers,
    Stella

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  37. Those look so LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU! good! I need to get our mom to make some!
    I hope we don't have dragons show up at our door!
    Play bows,
    Zim

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  38. Num Num those are my favorite, thank you for the cooking lesson. Keep those dragons away.

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  39. BOL i love all your jokes Molly, they was so bad they was funny ;) You make a great cook!!
    Love Milo :)

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  40. This crabby stuff looks delicious! And it looks like I am not the only one who thinks so :)

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  41. You can even tell jokes whilst your baking?! You're impressive Molly!! I'd be even more impressed if I discover you saved some for me? :)

    Wags to all

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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  42. Dear Molly,

    Were they tasty? Anything with crab is going to be good, right?

    Licks,
    Cobi

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  43. Mmmmmmm looks delicious. Lee and Phod

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  44. Happy Wednesday and happy cooking!

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  45. The Women has teears rolling down her face from laughing at How to Speak Chinese.

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  46. A most informative post. Now we know every-fur-thing about Chinese New Year!

    Thanks,
    Wyatt and Stanzie

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  47. Hummmm.... adoro as suas receitas!!!

    Beijos Molly e tudo de bom *-*

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  48. This was the most awesome cooking show with the dragons and pandas. You need to have your own show on cable. Excellent.

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  49. My Mommy is CRAZY for crab rangoon. She is already in the kitchen looking for ingredients. That was a wonderful cooking lesson complete with entertainment. You can do it all Molly, you deserve and "Entertainer of the Year" award. I love your blog.

    Loveys Sasha

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  50. Well, that's the most fun I've had reading a recipe :D Whiffing - I'll be sure not to do that anywhere near water in the future :)

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  51. Those dragons were after your yummy treats!

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  52. Molly, yet another baking success,crab rangoons yummy. Where do you keep all those dragons at night, I think they were waiting to be feed. Love all your chinese bits and bobs.

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