How to Make Brownie in a Mug. Christmas Cookie Pinwheels. Description Festive Christmas sugar cookie Details Ingredients 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened1 2/3 cups granulated sugar2 eggs, room temperature2 teaspoons vanilla3 1/3 cups all purpose flour1 teaspoon baking powder1/2 teaspoon saltFood coloring, red or greenColored sugars Directions 1.
Super-Easy Microwave Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe - Food.com - 42547. Spicy Roasted Potatoes and Asparagus Recipe. James Coney Island Chili – a Texas favorite, you can make this anytime. James Coney Islands are famous in Texas.
Don’t miss out on your chance to have a taste at what Texans’ enjoy. What makes their chili so special is that they use diced chuck steak instead of ground beef. The diced meat really adds a nice rich flavor to this chili. James Coney Island Chili Author: CopyKat.com Recipe Type: Copycat Restaurant Recipes, CopyKat Recipes, Meat Recipes, Soup Recipes Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 1 hour, 50 minutes Serves: 1 This is a local favorite and boy is it tasty! Ingredients 2 1/2 pounds Chuck Steak (tenderized and diced finely)2 cans beef broth (Campbell's 10.5 ounce can)3 cans water (10.5 ounce can)4 tablespoons vegetable oil2 cans whole tomatoes with the Juice (food process, strain seeds and pulp, measure two cups for Chili, save remainder for another recipe)1 tablespoon paprika5 teaspoons chili powder1 teaspoon garlic powder1 teaspoon pnion powder3/4 teaspoon season salt1/4 teaspoon garlic salt1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper Instructions Print Recipe.
Salmon with Dijon Cream Sauce Recipe. Quiche. Fact: Real cowboys don’t eat quiche.
But that just leaves more for me! I’ve been making this deep-dish quiche—and variations of it—for about ten years. The first time I made it was for a fancy-schmancy baby shower I threw for my sister-in-law Missy, who was about 8 1/2 months pregnant at the time, which means I was about six months pregnant at the time, which means the second the shower guests left, Missy and I both fell on the sofas in my living room, started crying, and didn’t move for a year. Still, to this day, when I eat this quiche I start feeling weak-in-the-knees tired and automatically start trying to pick out baby names. And I’m not even pregnant anymore. It’s a good thing this quiche is so delicious.
Whatever you do, serve this quiche to women. The Cast of Characters: 1/2 recipe for Perfect Pie Crust, eggs (not pictured), heavy cream, onions, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, grated swiss cheese, butter, thick cut bacon, salt, and pepper. Here’s the pan of which I speak. No. Ooooh! Broccoli parmesan fritters. Last week, it was pointed out to me that among the 750 recipes in the archives, there is but a single recipe that utilizes broccoli.
Just one! (It’s a great one, though.) For comparison, there are 11 recipes that use cauliflower and 26 with mushrooms. What terrible oversight could have led to this? I buy broccoli (and its friends) approximately once a week, year-round but this wasn’t always the case. Please understand: this is not one of those stories about how preciously advanced my toddler’s tastes are, how early he took an interest in foie gras and how he turns his nose up at white flour pastas, preferring farro. I have a theory that you can tuck almost any finely chopped or shredded vegetable — be it potatoes, zucchini, or an Indian-spiced mix — into a savory pancake, fry it in small mounds until crisp on both sides, serve it with a dollop of a sour cream or yogurt sauce and they will be inhaled.
So, you know where this is going. And with that, I had them for lunch instead. Scottish Farmhouse Eggs. Chicken and Cheese Lasagna Roll-Ups. Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes. “Scalloped” is an attractive word, isn’t it?
When I hear it I think of several things: first, there’s scallops, as in the seafood—totally delicious. Then there’s the scalloped shape that can live on the edge of a pair of shorts or on the collar of a woman’s blouse—always pretty and dainty. And of course scalloped potatoes also comes to mind, which carries my imagination to a land of crispy potato skins drenched in a sea of cheese and cream. I can think of no better place to exist, actually. So when I came across TK member Shelbi Keith’s recipe for Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes, I knew we were going to become fast friends. The first players up are: a few Russet potatoes (I’m sure other varieties will work equally as well), Parmigiano-Reggiano and butter. Start by scrubbing your potatoes good and clean.
Then, using a sharp knife, make slices across the potato, being sure to stop before you reach its bottom. Cut up your butter. Then do the same with the Parmigiano-Reggiano. Description. Girl Eats Food - Skittles Cups. As gloriously diabetic as Skittles are, there aren’t that many ways of tasting the rainbow™ outside of listlessly inhaling them from a vending machine packet.
Put them in ice-cream, and they freeze into molar-smashing rocks. Put them in cookies, and they collapse into tasteless grit. Even the infamous Skittle Bräu just ends in you yacking up kaleidoscopic chunks. So, by far the best LOLternative way of eating Skittles is suspending them in a mousse slop. Skittles Cups If tooth-rotting fluoro-pellets of emulsified corn starch aren’t your thing, you can still take solace in the second part of this recipe: the chocolate cup.
Ingredients Lots x milk chocolate 1 x pack of Skittles ½ x shot of vodka 300ml x crème fraiche 2 x egg whites 1 x tablespoon of sugar lots x food colouring 1 x sachet of gelatin The juice of ½ x lime Step 1. Melt the milk chocolate for your cups. Step 2. ...And this is the clever part. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Onto the mousse. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11. Monkey Bread. Hi, guys.
It’s PW. My friend Ryan, whom I affectionately call “Pastor Ryan,” has graced us (no pun intended; I crack myself up) with this sticky, delectable, and surprisingly simple recipe for…Monkey Bread. Take it, Ryan! That’s right…Monkey Bread. Although I’m almost certain there are no actual monkeys in this recipe, it’s still very good.
I snagged the recipe from my mother-in-law Tracy, after I regained consciousness the first time I ate this strange, pull-apart, breakfast, lunch, or dinner bread thing. And you know the best part about this here Monkey Bread? *holds hands up in paper-football goal posts to find the “L”* From left to right we have: * Brown Sugar // 1/2cup will be needed * 2 sticks of butter (1 cup) * Bundt Cake Pan (feel free to use dorky shapes) * Cinnamon // 2-3 teaspoons * 3 cans of Buttermilk Biscuits (the non-flaky ones) * Sugar! Now before you do anything…go ahead and preheat that oven to 350? * BWOP!! Drop all of the biscuit quarters into the cinnamon-sugar mix.
Single ingredient ice cream recipe. Recipe: single-ingredient ice cream Administrative news: The amount of spam accumulating in my filter is increasing and the amount of time I have to glance through and fish out the occasional legitimate comment is all but nil at this point.
From now on, I’m deleting the hundreds of spam caught each day without a second glance. If you leave a comment and it does not show up immediately, you probably went the way of spam. Please feel free to email me and let me know so I can rescue you and keep you off the blacklist. Thanks! I’ve been doing a massive purge of my second office, recycling old notes and literature that I no longer need. Needless to say, I kept that little gem. Summer for some of my friends (those with school-age children) is coming to an end. Please please please clouds, take a break? So what’s this ice cream for breakfast ridiculousness? Bananas i prefer them just spotted I try, I really try to love bananas. And there she is slice into 1/4 to 1/2-inch disks sliced frozen. Monkey bread with cream cheese glaze. A while back, knowing my love of any and all baked goods with awesome names, a reader tipped me off to something called monkey bread which turns out to be one of those doughy delights people have either known about their entire lives and cannot believe I have been deprived of or are 54 words into this post and still have no idea what I’m talking about.
Don’t worry, prior to that, I’d been in the latter category too. I researched it briefly but it turned out to be one of those things that I’m sure I’d polish off in ten seconds flat if you placed it before me, but that I’d never make myself because it turns out people largely make it with canned biscuit dough and I knew I’d never be able to bring myself to. Or at least not when I make such damned fine biscuits without cans. But it came back on my radar a few weeks ago when my mother, Alex and I shared some, warm and gooey from the oven, at a local restaurant and all three of us have been obsessed since. Can you blame us? Which led to this. Tres Leches Cake. I first made Tres Leches cake about five years ago, when my baby was still a baby and I was trying to find something yummy to make for my friend Ana for her birthday.
Ana’s from Mexico and taught me how to make pico de gallo and guacamole, and I asked her what her favorite kind of cake was. “Tres Leches,” she said in her sweet Spanish accent. “Tres Leches?” I said. “Three milks?” Ana went on to explain to me what Tres Leches Cake is: a light, airy sponge cake soaked with a mixture of three milks: evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, and heavy cream. To die for. I did some digging and some reading and wound up making this very cake for Ana’s birthday. Throw flour and baking powder into a mixing bowl… And add a little salt. Now, separate 5 eggs. Whites in the other. Now, throw the yolks and some sugar in the bowl of an electric mixer. Mix on high until the yolks are pale yellow in color and doubled in volume. Next add 1/3 cup of whole milk… And 1 teaspoon vanilla.
Now QUICK! And now. Look! Cinnamon Roll Pancakes. Updated 9/22/11 to Add: If you’re coming here to sample these delicious Cinnamon Roll Pancakes, you just might like the latest recipe that I’ve posted for Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll Pancakes too. And Gingerbread- Cinnamon Roll Pancakes too.
Enjoy! If you’ve ever thought you needed a reason to eat pancakes, today is the day: National Pancake Day. Eat a short stack for breakfast, enjoy them for lunch, or make a dinner out a manhole-sized pancake… guilt free… because you’re merely celebrating their existence. How do you like your pancakes? I have a wonderfully fluffy pancake batter that I like to use (recipe below) so I swirled a bit of cinnamon roll filling into the pancake. And they cooked up just like a pancake- fluffy, but with craters of crusty, sugary cinnamon swirled within. You might find three of these stacked in a fancy breakfast restaurant, but I’m gonna tell you that one pancake is all you need.
See, just like a cinnamon roll. Oh yeah. There you have it: Cinnamon Roll Pancakes. Tips: Crash Hot Potatoes. Man, do I love Australia. First, my oldest daughter was conceived there on our honeymoon…and while we’re on the subject, have I ever shared with you that we almost named her “Sydney” as a nod to her point of origin? In the end, I chickened out, though—I thought that might be a little corny, and truth be told, I think she was actually conceived in Brisbane. But I’ll stop there.
This is a family-friendly website. Anyway, I just love Australia. They’re so simple, it’s terrifying. For now, though, let’s take a chill pill and make Crash Hot Potatoes! The Cast of Characters: New Potatoes (or other small, round potato), Olive Oil, Kosher Salt, Black Pepper, and whatever herb you like. Begin by bringing a pot of salted water to a boil. Add in as many potatoes as you wish to make, and cook them until they’re fork-tender. Oh! Next, generously drizzle olive oil on a sheet pan. This will mean the difference between the potatoes sticking and not sticking, so don’t be shy here. Or something. That’s it! Quick, easy and cheap recipes ideal for students. Shrimp Caught in Spaghetti Nets. TunaMac and Cheese. Easy Shortbread. Description Details Ingredients 1 cup butter1/2 cup white sugar2 cups sifted all-purpose flour Directions 1.Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). 2.In a medium bowl, beat the butter and sugar with an electric mixer until light and fluffy.