KNEEding the dough.

I have a 4 year old who loves to cook with me. She scoots a giant chair into our tiny kitchen and climbs up all eager and willing every time.

Last night It was chicken Croissants. you make a chicken filling and then roll it in refrigerated crescent rolls and there is a gravy it’s really good! It’s a recipe from Deals to meals, love that program! I’ll blog about how much I love it in another post.

So I bought jumbo biscuit dough instead of the croissants so we had to flatten them really thin so they would roll. This was my Daughter’s Favorite part. I wasn’t watching her but I realized every time she handed me a dough ready for the filling hers were thinner and better than mine.

I was very impressed. When it came to the last piece of dough she was flattening I looked over at her to see that she was kneeling on her huge chair with the dough precisely under her Knee to get the perfect flatness!! That’s how she was doing it.. She gave me a huge sneaky grin. I asked if she had been doing it that way the whole time.. She had. hilarious

* Lets just say It gave a whole new meaning to the term Kneading the dough. Or
KNEE ding in her case.


* I have to give credit where credit is due. My husband came up with the KNEE ding joke.

yeah he is a pretty clever guy. Sorry ladies he’s taken.

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  • Charlotte June 4, 2010, 5:54 AM

    >An extra special secret ingredient!

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