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Ida Victoria: Hjemmelaget sennep med honning. Jeg lar meg ofte friste av alt det søte og gode Therésia bak den svenske bloggen Söta Saker blogger om.

Ida Victoria: Hjemmelaget sennep med honning

Hun lager SÅ mye godt, og alt suppleres av fantastiske og fristende bilder. I dag lager jeg honningsøtet sennep etter hennes oppskrift, som skal helles på pene glass og bli julegaver. Originaloppskrifen finner du ved å trykke her. Jeg har tatt meg den frihet å oversette oppskriften hennes fra svensk til norsk: 26 g brune sennepsfrø26 g gule sennepsfrø1 tsk salt1 ss sukker1½ ss hvitvinseddik2 ss olivenolje1 ss flytende honning Hell sennepsfrøene i en skål og slå over kokende vann så de dekkes helt.

Sil frøene og bland inn sukker, salt og eddik. Rør inn honning og olje og miks ytterligere en stund. Et par erfaringer jeg vil tipse om, er for det første å bruke en ganske stor bolle når sennepsfrøene skal legges i bløt - de sveller ganske mye! Jeg lagde firedobbel porsjon, og av det fikk jeg fem fulle honningglass med sennep. “Outrageously Delicious” Kale & Artichoke Dip. There are times I’m just not interested in how many calories and fat grams are in something.

“Outrageously Delicious” Kale & Artichoke Dip

If I’ve decided that I’m going to splurge, then let the splurging begin, and not another thought on the matter. And because I consider myself a person that tends to eat predominantly on the “healthier side” of the food spectrum, when I decide to indulge a little, then I do it with full enjoyment and with disregard for the damage I’m about to incur, calorically. The way I look at it is tomorrow’s another day; and I can always get back on track then, right? Tonight, it’s all about getting my comfy-food fix on, and I’ve got my hungry eyes fixed on an outrageously delicious little dippy-do. One of my favorite appetizers to let my splurging nature go wild on is a hot, cheesy dip with some crispy, crunchy little chip-y thingies to plunge into it.

All About Kecap Manis, Indonesia's Favorite Condiment. If you've eaten nasi goreng—or had your eye on Yotam Ottolenghi's Black Pepper Tofu in the Genius Recipes cookbook—you're familiar with kecap manis (though maybe you've seen it spelled ketjap manis).

All About Kecap Manis, Indonesia's Favorite Condiment

Pronounced kuh-CHOP MAH-nees, it translates to "sweet sauce": "Kecap" is a catch-all term for the five essential Indonesian fermented sauces (and yes, it's related to kê-tsiap, the distant fermented-fish-sauce ancestor of our beloved ketchup), and "manis" means sweet (in this case, the source is palm sugar). Syrupy where Japanese soy sauce is thin, caramelly and slightly smoky where shoyu is salty, kecap manis is, by many accounts, the most popular sauce in Indonesia. Buddha’s Hot Sauce. Buddha’s hot sauce is a lovely chilli sauce that can change even the biggest cynics mind from thinking natural food is boring and bland. I am addicted to this as it reminds me of a home-made version of my beloved Sriracha sauce.

A batch of this makes a lot so be ready to share. This stores really well: in the refrigerator for up to a month in a closed container, or it can be canned or frozen for later use. Start with an assortment of fresh, hot peppers such as pimento peppers, Thai chilies, jalapeño and serrano. For the brave ones, add in a habanero chili for some serious heat. Assorted fresh hot peppers Lightly grill the hot peppers to bring out a smoke flavor Grill the peppers until blackened.

Green Beans with Peanut Sauce. Green Beans with Peanut Sauce Makes 1 cup | Prep Time: 10 Minutes | Cook Time: 5 Minutes Ingredients: 8 oz green beans 1 tablespoon oil 2 cloves garlic, finely minced Ground peanuts, optional.

Green Beans with Peanut Sauce

Truly Amazing Cashew Queso Sauce Recipe on Food52. Vegan Worcestershire Sauce - Forks Over Knives. Most commercial Worcestershire sauces contain anchovies, although there are a few vegetarian brands on the market.

Vegan Worcestershire Sauce - Forks Over Knives

While nothing beats the ease of bottled sauce, this DIY recipe is allergen-free and very inexpensive to make. Worcestershire sauce is traditionally used as a condiment for meat, and consequently is a great marinade for veggie burgers and acts as a flavoring agent in many meat substitute recipes. Worcestershire Sauce Recipe: Easy Homemade Substitute. Worcestershire sauce recipes can be intimidating.

Worcestershire Sauce Recipe: Easy Homemade Substitute

An authentically homemade Worcestershire sauce recipe requires a rather long fermentation process, and most of us aren’t that patient. It requires anchovies. Do you eat anchovies? Cooking is more fun with friends.

Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Sign Up. Jean Anderson's Sweet Red Pepper Paste (Massa de Pimentão) Recipe on Food52. Homemade Sriracha. Note: This post contains an updated recipe after numerous trials and some obsessive tweaking, as well as a note about the updates at the end of the intro, before the recipe itself.

Homemade Sriracha

If I had to sum this post up in two words, those words would be “F#@% YES.” Sorry, that’s a bit of an aggressive way to start off a post! But seriously, can you blame me? I have been obsessing over making this stuff for nearly eight months, ever since Joshua Bousel detailed his experiments with homemade Sriracha on Serious Eats. I planned my entire garden around it, sacrificing what would have been a variety of peppers to grow only jalapeños. After a couple weeks, I finally had enough peppers to start my first batch. In a side-by-side comparison, the differences between the two sauces are quite clear. So, why make your own Sriracha? (Side note: I’d like to thank my mom for letting me borrow her tiny antique rooster, which belonged to the mother of a close friend.

Doubling the sugar, and going with dark brown. Homemade Spicy Harissa recipe on Food52.com. Adzhika, Hot Pepper Relish with Walnuts, Sage and Many Other Spices recipe on Food52.com. Cooking is more fun with friends.

Adzhika, Hot Pepper Relish with Walnuts, Sage and Many Other Spices recipe on Food52.com

Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Sign Up ♥ 20  Save ▴ If you like it, save it! Save and organize all of the stuff you love in one place. Got it! Food52. Amy Scattergood's Harissa. In the last week, I have eaten harissa with boiled potatoesstewed beansscrambled eggs and a 3-minute eggpasta (I know, I know)andsardines on toast.

Amy Scattergood's Harissa

Yes, it's true. Apparently, harissa is something that goes well with everything. I had no idea. How Do I Love Thee Muhammara? recipe on Food52.com. Cooking is more fun with friends. Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Spicy Tomato Pickle » Divine Taste. Family recipes, recipes that have been cooked for eons are very close to my heart. These recipes acquire a certain character and repute after being cherished by generations. Tastes, preferences and choices change as time moves further and as the plethora of choices increase, but such recipes withstand the test of time. They bring back memories, refresh long forgotten associations and evoke emotions within us. Muhammara / Roasted Bell Pepper and Walnut Dip recipe on Food52.com.

Sweet and Spicy Grape Chutney recipe on Food52.com. Cooking is more fun with friends. Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Red Pepper, Pomegranate and Walnut Dip Mouhamara. For best results, make the recipe at least one day in advance. Roast the red bell peppers and the chili either over coals or a gas burner or under an electric broiler, turning frequently until blackened and blistered all over, about 12 minutes. Place in a covered bowl to steam 10 minutes (this loosens the skin).

Rub off the skins, membranes, and seeds. Spread the bell peppers, smooth side up, on a paper towel and let drain 10 minutes. Magic Sauce Recipe. Eric Korsh's Farm Lettuces Salad with Dill Vinaigrette Recipe on Food52. Fig and Olive Tapenade recipe on Food52.com. Tahini Dressing Recipe - Vegan Sauces and Condiments. Every other Thursday, Gena Hamshaw of the blog Choosing Raw shares satisfying, flavorful recipes that also happen to be vegan. Honey Ginger Almond Butter recipe on Food52.com. Roasted Apple Butter recipe on Food52.com. Apple, Pear and Lemon Thyme Preserves recipe on Food52.com. Simple Roasted Eggplant with Berberé Aioli recipe on Food52.com. Today is...Fava Beans!: Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) Ever bite into raw horseradish root? I just did. Bon Appétit's Radicchio Salad with Sourdough Dressing recipe on Food52.com.

One Peanut Sauce, Five Dinners. Recipe Box: Pumpkin Seed Pesto. Unforgettable Pesto. {Gluten Free, Vegetarian Recipe} Classic Cashew Cheese recipe on Food52.com. Miso Tahini Dressing Recipes from The Kitchn. Easy white bean dip with sun-dried tomatoes [Vegan] Turmeric-Tahini Dressing Recipe. Spicy plum & apple chutney. Pear and serrano salsa [Vegan] Pineapple Salsa. Spiced Apple Sauce with Red Wine. Sesame Sumac Pesto Recipe. Almond Spinach Basil Pesto. Simple Vegan Pesto Recipe on Food52. Salad Dressing recipe on Food52.com. How to make mustard. Hjemmelaget majones på to minutter.