Tzatziki Sauce Tzatziki Sauce is the white Greek yogurt and cucumber sauce often served on Gyros, and it's delicious no matter what you serve it on. Homemade Tzatziki is so much better than the kind you buy, and this recipe has a lot of fans! Plus Tzatziki is low-carb and gluten-free. Tzatziki is one of the classic sauces in Greek cuisine, with as many versions as there are cooks who make it. Georgette brought this sauce to my house when I cooked some lamb. The sauce is made with Greek Yogurt, and there are manygood brands, some of which are fat free or low fat. Let the yogurt drain on the counter for 2 hours, or until it reaches the thickness you want. Since Tzatziki contains finely-chopped cucumber, it's best to remove the seeds of the cucumber so the sauce doesn't get too watery. Then cut cucumbers into thick slices and put in a colander placed in the sink. Tzatziki traditionally contains fresh dill, which makes me glad I have this lovely dill from my garden. (Makes about 3 1/2 cups.
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Sweet Corn and Milk Drink Recipe Enlarge Credit: Andr¿ Baranowski (Atol de Elote) This version of the classic Central American sweet and silky-smooth beverage is based on a recipe from Maria Franco, a Salvadoran cook in Los Angeles. 5 ears of yellow corn3 cups milk1 cup sugar2 3"-long cinnamon sticksKosher salt 1. Using a knife, remove the kernels from the corn and transfer them to a blender. 2.
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Peanut Butter- S?Mores Turnovers | recipegirl.com Peanut Butter- S’Mores Turnovers I’m not much of a camper. My husband often takes my son on camping trips, and I happily stay behind and thank the gods for our bug-free house, cozy bed and well-stocked kitchen. Here’s the How To: Thaw out a box of Puff Pastry, and cut along the fold lines to make 6 large rectangles. Layer 1/4 of a whole graham cracker, a piece of milk chocolate bar and a spoonful of peanut butter on one side of the Puff Pastry. Wet the edges with water (dip your finger in water and gently touch along the edge), fold over the filling ingredients and press edges together. Transfer filled turnovers to a parchment-lined baking sheet, and brush with egg wash. Use a sharp knife to cut a couple of slits in the top of each turnover (to allow steam to escape while baking). Bake at 400 degrees F. until golden (about 15 minutes). Scoop marshmallow creme into a zip baggie and microwave it for about 8 seconds. Here’s the S’More’s Turnover- deconstructed…
Restaurant Style Orange Chicken Alright you guys, seriously, this orange chicken tastes exactly like the best orange chicken you’ve ever had at any restaurant. I was very, very, very skeptical at first because I’ve never fried meat before and I was afraid it would turn out terribly. Kramer was adamant about having me make orange chicken that would remind me him Chinese take-out, though, and I couldn’t let him down! It was perfectly crispy and crunchy and the sauce was right on point; sweet and tangy and with a little bit of heat. I honestly can’t emphasize how good this orange chicken is. Your ingredients. Mix together the chicken, egg, salt, pepper, and 1 tablespoon of canola or vegetable oil, then add in 1/2 cup of cornstarch and 1/4 cup all-purpose flour. Heat enough vegetable or canola oil in a pot or a wok (about an inch deep in the pot) for about 5 minutes over high heat. Turn the heat to medium-high and fry the chicken in small batches so it cooks evenly. In one more bowl, zest your orange. Cook time: Total time:
sweet corn cupcakes with browned butter frosting « Breakroom Test Kitchen August 15, 2010 at 9:54 pm My brother and I have our birthdays within a week of each other. This year, for possibly the first time in 23 years, my mom decided that we weren’t both getting our own separate birthday cakes. Whether this brilliant notion hit her for the first time this year, or perhaps this was the first year my brother and I were simultaneously mature enough to not make a fuss about it (obviously this is the right answer, but I’d rather blame it on mom’s sudden stroke of genius if I can get away with it), she did it by scrapping tradition (chocolate raspberry truffle cheesecake, in my case – I’ll share that with you eventually) and going with something completely new and a little bit…well…weird. At least until I tasted them. Corn cupcakes. After consuming my fair share of these in April, I knew I was going to have to make them myself once corn season rolled around. Sweet corn cupcakes Adapted from Amanda Gold of the San Francisco Chronicle. Preheat the oven to 350F.