A classic “Jungle” book recipe that you could eat as an appetizer, dinner, dessert, or as a treat, with a little help from a recipe book.
You might even be able to do this with your kids.
The recipe is so good, it’s hard to believe that it took more than a few generations of the “Juggermunch” family to create it.
The Juggerms were from the “Tales of the Wild West” storybook series.
In the story, a couple of young children are introduced to a jungle and are tasked with keeping it safe from other animals.
The first child, named Josie, tries to protect her jungle by feeding the animals, but it becomes clear that they’re not going to be so good at it after the third child, Josie’s brother, comes along and tries to help.
When Josie is about to give up and go home, her brother returns to her jungle, and the family begins to build a house.
They’re not just building a house, though; Josie and her brother, Nick, have been making jungle food for years.
The family also makes an interesting concoction.
“I call it the ‘Jugermunch’ Juger, because it has the best ingredients,” Josie tells EW.
“I call my jungle ‘Juggernauts.’
It’s a very simple, simple recipe.
You need just a couple things: two eggs, some flour, and salt, and some sugar.
The salt is a bit of a secret ingredient, but you just add the sugar to the flour.
Then you add a little bit of honey and you’ve got a delicious and delicious mixture.”
You’ll need: 1 egg, a little less than 1/2 cup flour, a pinch of salt, 1/4 cup sugar, and 2 teaspoons of honey.
Mix together and let it sit in the fridge for a couple hours.
Add your honey to the eggs and mix.
Add in a little more flour and mix again.
Add your eggs and mixture and mix it up.
You’re going to have a very sticky mixture, and this is what’s called a “Juggernaut.”
When the mixture is smooth, pour into a bowl and use your hands to fold in a few drops of honey to give the mixture a little crunch.
Roll it out and let sit for about 10 minutes.
Then place the bowl on the counter and let stand for about 15 minutes.
Pour your jugger mixture into a large bowl, then pour the honey mixture over the top.
Fill a saucepan with water, and add the egg whites and whisk them together.
Bring the mixture to a boil over high heat.
Cook for about 6 minutes.
Once it’s boiling, turn off the heat, cover the pan, and allow it to sit for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
While your jugs are boiling, you can begin making the recipe for the Jugging.
Using a pastry brush, paint a piece of parchment paper with black paint.
Fold the parchment paper around the parchment, and place the parchment on top of the JUGGERMUND, so the sides of the jug are facing up.
Then fold the parchment up again, this time around the top of each jug, so it’s facing down.
Brush the parchment again with the black paint, and then sprinkle the jugs with honey.
Place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, and brush the paper with the mixture.
After they are fully baked, flip them over and bake them for about 25 minutes, or until they’re golden brown.
Serve them warm.
You can use the recipe to make your own jugs, or make your juguis for any occasion.