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Carrot Cake III Recipe

Carrot Cake III Recipe
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Patisa - Soan Papdi - By Vahchef @ Les 3 sœurs Simple Bread Recipe Over the last year, I’ve gradually moved more and more towards making my own food at home. There are several reasons for this: it tastes better, it reduces preservative intake, it’s more nutritious, and it’s often substantially cheaper than what you find in the store. It does take time, but once you get used to it, most food preparation doesn’t take much more time than going to the store, buying it, taking it home, popping it out of the package, and following the directions. Breadmaking is a prime example of this phenomenon. Homemade bread is substantially tastier than store-purchased bread, isn’t laden with preservatives, is very inexpensive to make, and doesn’t take all that much time, either. The Problems With Industrial Bread Most people in the United States today view the bread purchased at the supermarket as what bread should be. There are two big explanations for this. The other bothersome part of industrial breadmaking is the appearance of a healthy dose of preservatives.

iso-pineapple-upside-down-cake-recipe-from-scratch-76348-2 This was my grandmother's recipe and my Mom used to make it all the time. The cake is very similar to a "Lazy Daisy Cake" and lends itself perfectly to this. Old Fashioned Pineapple Upside Down Cake Topping: 3 tbsp butter 1/2 cup brown sugar 4 whole or six 1/2 slices pineapple Maraschino cherries Melt butter and put in bottom of an 8" square or round cake pan. Cake: 2 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 tsp vanilla 1 cup flour 1 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 cup milk 1 tbsp butter Beat eggs until thick and add sugar while still beating. Heat the milk and butter just to boiling and add all at once to the batter, beating well.

How to Make Mochi: 15 Steps Edit Article Questions and Answers Mochi is a type of Japanese rice cake. Very chewy and sweet, it takes some effort to make, but it is worth the effort and indeed, making mochi is both an art form and a tradition. It is often referred to as "o-mochi", an honorific added to show that this is considered a sacred food.[1] Mochi is an indispensable part of New Year celebrations in Japan. Traditionally, Mochi is made by steaming glutinous rice, then pounding this in a very large mortar. Ad Steps Give us 3 minutes of knowledge! Can you tell us about Business? Bathroom cleaning? Fashion? Calorie Conversion? Tips This takes a lot of time, so be prepared to spend an entire afternoon on this.The mochi is very sticky, so remember to dust it with katakuriko (potato starch).In Japan, making mochi is a winter tradition; indeed it is a ritual. Warnings Mochi is chewy and sticky, so be careful who eats it.

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Top 6 des meilleurs bánh mì de Paris | La Soif du Miam - L'Express Styles Avec son post alléchant de San Francisco la belle, Chloë m’avait confirmé à quel point un sandwich vietnamien peut jouir d’une belle popularité: mon sang asiatique en était tout vibrant de fierté compatriote. Le bánh mì parisien ne connaît pas encore de véritable vogue, sauf auprès des initiés. Mais avec l’éclosion du moderno-bobo et très réussi Bulma, 17, rue des Petites-Ecuries, Paris, (Xe), je pense que la machine est en marche. Bientôt, même Cojean s’y mettra, pour sûr >> Mais c’est quoi le banh-mi? En attendant, voici mes autres adresses préférées. Bien sûr, j’attends encore la gargote qui osera une baguette artisanale et fraîche, puisque hélas, les baguettes utilisées se révèlent encore trop souvent molles du genou croûton. Les prix: autour de 2-3 euros, sauf chez Bulma et Saïgon baguette, plutôt à 4-5 euros. 1/ Saigon Sandwich, 8, rue de la Présentation, Paris (XIe). 2/ Bulma, 17 rue des Petites-Ecuries, Paris (Xe) -mon préféré après Saigon Sandwich, en version carrément bobo.

Hoisin Beef Stir-fry Recipe Step 1 Combine hoisin sauce, shao hsing wine, ginger and garlic in a bowl. Place beef in a glass or ceramic bowl. Add half the sauce mixture. Toss to coat. Source Super Food Ideas - March 2012 , Page 52 Recipe by Claire Brookman Photography by Cath Muscat Tip: You could replace the beef with 500g sliced lamb leg steaks or 500g mixed mushrooms.

Spicy Sweet Potato Fries w/ Avocado Dip I think it’s perfectly acceptable to have Sweet Potato Fries for dinner–especially on a Monday night. Sure you could add a side salad into the mix or even pair it with a perfectly grilled steak, but what I want on the first day of a busy week is something that’s both easy and comforting. I also don’t want to share Spicy Sweet Potato Fries with anybody else on any day that ends in Y. And that’s a true fact. These fries have such a wonderful spice to them…at times a little too spicy…but the spice is extinguished by this cool avocado dip that’s both creamy and tangy thanks to the limes. I like it when something spicy stops me in my tracks. I imagine some of you might enjoy a batch of these while watching trashy TV. And we’re off! Ingredient gathering! Here we have the spicy flavor component! Cut each sweet potato up into 8 segments. What I learned is that the smaller the fry, the crispier it gets. Toss them in a bowl with olive oil and spice mixture. While their cooking it’s avocado dip time!

Video tutorial: Macarons paso a paso THE BEST {and easiest!!} Chocolate Frosting + Birthday Cake! You guys have only yourselves to blame for this post! Last weekend, I posted this photo of my husband’s birthday cake I made: Looks good, right? And then you all went crazy asking, tweeting and emailing me for the recipe! Instead of responding to all of you, I just decided to do a blog post about the whole darn thing. So, first things first. At least that’s what I tell myself. Then I made you a chocolate cake and slathered the whole thing with chocolate frosting and angels sang praises. I think that pretty much sums up my husband’s existence. I think by now you all should know that I am the lemon freak and my husband is the chocoholic in this house. The cake portion is actually Ree’s Chocolate Sheet Cake recipe that I adapted and baked into 2-9 inch rounds. Then I made a batch of my favorite frosting and ate it all with a spoon. Sprinkles make everything better plus super cute! Ya’ll should give them a whirl this weekend and let me know what you think

Banana Bread Recipe Photography Credit: Elise Bauer This banana bread has been the most popular recipe on Simply Recipes for over 10 years. Thousands of people make it every day. Because it really is the best banana bread recipe, period. The beauty of this banana bread recipe is you don’t need a fancy mixer! You can toss in a cup of chopped nuts, raisins, or chocolate chips if you want, or put the batter into muffin tins and make banana nut muffins instead. I was given this banana bread recipe years ago from my friend Heidi H, who, many years before, had begged the recipe from a ski buddy’s mother—Mrs. Here’s a quick little video I put together on how to make this banana bread, please check it out! Banana Bread Recipe Print No need for a mixer for this recipe! The best bananas to use for banana bread are those that are over-ripe. Ingredients Method 1 Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C), and butter a 4x8-inch loaf pan. 2 In a mixing bowl, mash the ripe bananas with a fork until completely smooth. Hello!

How to make the perfect pecan pie This week, in honour of Thanksgiving, I've finally been let loose on one of my favourite American desserts. Despite its heavenly combination of rich nuttiness and caramel sweetness, as a speciality of the south, pecan pie wouldn't have featured on the first Thanksgiving table. In fact, it didn't put in an appearance until the late 19th century. To be honest, even if they had come across trees bursting with nuts, I doubt the pilgrims would have approved of such wanton indulgence – ancient loyalties aside, let's be honest here folks: a buttery, nutty sugar pie is a much easier sell than anything made out of pumpkin. Pastry Every good pie starts with good pastry – but where pecan's concerned, there's little agreement as to what that is. Filling If the proper pastry is contentious, then the best way to fill it is an even stickier subject. Flavourings Nuts Last but not least, the pecans themselves. The perfect pecan pie (Makes 1 x 23cm pie) To make the pastry, mix the flour with the salt.