Slane cigarete / Savoury "cigarettes" Verovali ili ne, konačno nešto slano na mom blogu!
Nije reč o tome da ja ne pravim slane stvari ili da ih ne smatram vrednim pažnje, nego je u bakinoj svesci jako malo recepata za takva jela. Ovo je zabeleženo jer se mesi i bitna je preciznost u pogledu mera. I nije reč o tamo nekom bezveznom receptu, nego o nečemu što je ona veoma često pravila i veoma volela. I uglavnom sama i jela! Kad god se pravio neki malo bolji ručak, ove grickalice su figurirale uz meze. U svakom slučaju, rešila sam da napravim slane cigarete. Ovo je originalni recept: 300 g brašna100 g putera1 žumance1/2 kesice praška za pecivoso (kašičica)6 kašika mleka Rerna se zagreje na 170 stepeni. Šta sam promenila? Tri čena belog luka sam izgnječila i pomešala s četvrtinom šolje maslinovog ulja. Presuda: Umalo ih i ja nisam sve sama pojela, iako navodno pazim na ugljene hidrate. Savoury Cigarettes My grandmother's favourite snack. Mix all ingredients except for garlic and olive oil to get a smooth dough.
Spicy Lentil Snacks With Sesame Seeds. Almost three years ago, I found a recipe on a terrific vegetarian food blog called The Hungry Tiger, for something called lentil snacks, and blogged about it on Just Hungry.
I didn’t copy down the original recipe there, since it’s my policy never to do that with someone else’s recipe that’s online (or indeed offline). Unfortunately it seems that The Hungry Tiger is temporarily or permanently offline (you get to a password-protected site now. Edit: Some readers have found a page that has the original recipe! See Notes below.). The recipe I use now for lentil snacks is probably quite different from the original, bu I have no way of checking. Anyway, here is my current favorite version of lentil snacks, presented here on Just Bento because they are so well suited for non-Japanese bento lunches. Recipe: Spicy Lentil Snacks With Sesame Seeds Makes about 30 golf ball sized balls, each about 45 calories In the meantime, put the chopped onions, garlic, spices and olive oil in a frying pan. Notes. Lentil snacks - The Hungry Tiger. There is a book by Diana Wynne Jones, The Dark Lord of Derkholm, in which a character makes what her family refers to as "godlike snacks".
I find this a haunting description. Godlike snacks! What could be more enticing? I have yet to make anything that goes quite that far, but I do not think the gods would scorn these lentil treats, especially if they were very hungry. Kibbeh (or kibbe, or kufta, or köfte, or a number of other variations) is canonically a sort of meatball that transcends meatball-hood. The classic shape approximates a football, but spheres and ovals are fine, too. They are delicious cold, straight out of the fridge, which I understand is their native habitat as well, and they're easy to form, being mere ovals with no filling. 1.
Strawberry Basil Fruit Leather. You can find numerous recipes for fruit leather on the internet.
It’s been around forever. The best thing about this simple treat is that if you make it at home you don’t need chemical preservatives, you can control the amount of sugar, and best of all you can be as creative as you want to be. I have yet to see strawberry basil fruit leather and after tasting it we are all missing out! The sweetness of the strawberries and the fresh almost licorice taste of the basil makes a unique and amazingly flavorful treat for everyone! I’ve got many different flavor combos to share with you in the near future. Strawberry Basil Fruit Leather 1 1/2 pound strawberries1 cup fresh basil (about 40 leaves)1/2 cup sugar1 Tbs lemon juice Combine all ingredients in a food processor and puree for 1 minute until smooth. Pour the puree into a pot or saucepan and bring to a boil. Line a 17″x 11″ baking sheet with parchment paper and pour the puree onto it. Once cool, remove from the pan with the paper intact.
Bob's Red Mill Recipes - Teff Pudding. Oro parece... plátano no es! Chocolate Chai Yogurt - RawGuru.