yummylittlecooks Ingredients: A packet of salted sepat/perch fish, about 5 pieces. 1/2 pineapple, cut into pieces. 200 ml coconut milk, I used low fat coconut milk. 100 - 200 ml water Salt, sugar and pepper to taste Pounded/ Blended Ingredients: 20 gm dried chillies 120 gm shallots 6 cloves garlic 15 gm lengkuas / galangal 6 gm kunyit / turmeric 20 gm ginger 10 gm belacan/ dried shrimp paste 3 pieces buah keras/ candlenuts 3 stalks of lemongrass, I used white part only Method: Soak salted sepat fish for about 5 to 10 minutes. Naturally Sweetened Banana Bread Why You Should Make Your Own Pumpkin Seeds Grocery stores everywhere are pushing pumpkins! Even if you aren't the jack-o-lantern type, don't let the opportunity for fresh DIY pumpkin seeds pass you by. Most store-bought pumpkin seeds are over-roasted and stale, which destroys the healthy unsaturated fats (and thus, many of the healthy properties) in the seeds.
Stained-Glass Ornaments Recipe at Epicurious 1. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. Set aside. 2. simply delicious home-cooked meals, etc.. ] – Posted on June 16, 2011Posted in: Side Items, Vegetable Creations Print This Recipe I had 1 sweet potato left after I made the sweet potato chips so I decided to make the easy peasy sweet potato hash as a side dish to pan-fried white fish. Real Baking with Rose Levy Beranbaum Mar 15, 2014 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious When Woody and I visited Hector Wong in Hawaii, a year ago December, we discovered what a great savory cook he is as well as a baker. One of the many dishes that he made for us from his Peruvian roots I knew I would have to replicate on our return home. It is called salsa criolla, and is served as a condiment for every dish, akin to kimchee for Koreans or ketchup for Americans.
Pumpkin Scones with Cinnamon Butter Stephanie Eddy, who writes about her baking exploits at clockworklemon.com, lives in Calgary. 2 cups (310 g) all-purpose flour 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp baking soda Music describes what words can't. Halloween is just around the corner, and while you can't exactly wear a costume to the office, your fingertips can provide the perfect outlet for some spooky spirit. Sure, you could pick up one of the many holiday polishes out there, but what's coolor: a trendy shade of orange, or a Goosebumps-esque slime design? Though some forms of nail art might seem a little out of reach for those with not-so-steady hands, it's a lot easier than you think and there are some simple Halloween designs you can do with shades you probably already have at home. To try out nail art of your own, you'll just need a few supplies. Base Coat--My go-to is Sally Hansen's Diamond Strength Instant Nail Hardener.
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