User:Agidding

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Background

This is my first time editing a wiki. Now that I know how to do it I can now cause chaos on the read wikipedia! Mah ha ha! (Just kidding! I wouldn't really!) I have a youtube account were I post videos for my family blog and my own personal entertainment. I mean really, why else would I post stupid videos about gnomes on the internet? If you want a real background description read my family's blog. (Yes. I'm making you work for it.)

Interests

I love chocolate, writting short stories, and doodling. The picture here is one of my doodles!

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One of my Favorite Recipes

Chickie Puff Pillow Rolls

~ 3 Ounces of cream cheese

~ 3 Tablespoons of softened butter

~ 2 Chicken breasts, cooked and cubed

~ ¼ Teaspoon salt

~ ¼ Teaspoon pepper

~ 2 Tablespoons of milk

~ 1 Tablespoon of chopped onions (Or a light dash of onion powder)

~ 1 Package of frozen white bread rolls dough (Or crescent rolls from a tube to speed up the process)

Preparation:

Thaw out frozen rolls, but don’t let rise. It should take an hour when done naturally. (Or pop them in the microwaves for a minute on low power.) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cook chicken in a pan filled ¼ full with water and covered until the insides are white. Or cut into cubes to cook faster. (Physic: Increased surface area means increased reaction time.) Blend cream cheese and butter until smooth. Next add in chicken, salt, pepper, milk, and onions. Mix well. With the thawed out rolls, roll them flat. Make sure that they stay thick enough, however, to hold and carry the chicken inside. Then place a little of the chicken mix in the center. Wet half of the edges and fold close making sure to gently squeeze shut the edges. Place on a cookie sheet with 2 inches between each pillow. Brush lightly with melted butter on top and place in the oven. Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until golden.

Makes-About 8 to 10 pillows depending on how big or small you’ve made them.

Favorite Links

My youtube page:[1]

My family blog: [2]

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