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Making Indonesian Style Chicken Risoles

My all-time favourite savoury snack. Get the recipe here: http://shar.es/kqxvi
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@thewanderer do you know which one is your next recipeeee?? i can't wait to see them so i can try themm!!
@curtisb can't really taste the celery, it just look better if the filling has some 'greens' on it. @miranpark88 thanks!! @kristenadams I made this in a medium size spring rolls.. i have no patience making the mini ones.
uhhhh love the tiny bit siezessss! @thewanderer are the small enouf to be bite size appetizersss?
@thewanderer uhhh all my favorite things in there!! meat and vegetabless all at once!!! thank you for the recipee!! <3
@curtisb @miranpark risoles is similar to spring rolls but is filled with chicken/beef ragout plus carrot and celery bites. :-)
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Wash your feet with warm water Always keep your feet clean. After coming home from the outdoors, wash your feet with warm water. As your feet cannot sense too much heat, check for water temperature before washing your feet. 5. Use mild soap and sponge wash your legs using mild soap or shampoo using a soft sponge. Daily foot care will result in softer, smoother, and problem-free skin. If not, you risk developing corns, warts, calluses, swollen feet, and aching, and burning feet, among other foot problems. 6. Pat your feet properly Dry your feet with a clean, dry towel after washing. Drying the spaces in between your toes can help stave off fungus infections. Give your feet a gently pat rather than rubbing to prevent irritations. 7. Proper care for nails If you need to cut your nails, do it when your nails are wet and smooth. It allows you to cut the nails easily. Do not cut them too short and cut them straight to avoid ingrown toenails. Use an emery board to get nail edges smooth. 8. 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