Food News, Videos, Reviews and Gossip - Lifehacker If you have a rice cooker with a porridge setting, you can use that too. I find about 3:1 water:steel cut oats is my favorite ratio. Oatmeal also reheats well if you add water or milk to it when reheating, so making a big batch on the weekends can feed you for the week from the microwave. In Modernist Cuisine, they use a mason jar inside of a pressure cooker to cook thick, moist foods quickly (onions, polenta, etc). This bowl-in-a-slow cooker method seems very similar, though if your batch is big enough, it's probably overkill since a slow cooker probably won't scorch your food unless it's super, super thick, unlike the pressure cooker. I've been pondering using my rice cooker to do the same thing - I just stumbled on this crock pot recipe, tried it, and seriously, have been enjoying a nice hot breakfast for the past two mornings that I set up the night before.
Wrightfood I have eyed this recipe up for a couple of years now. A few years ago my good friend Marc gave me a bunch of suggestions for cookbooks. I had reached a rut in what I was cooking, and wanted an out. Marc is a total hoarder (honestly, his habit redefines the term hoarding) of cookbooks so he seemed like the logical person to turn to. Among many books he recommended that day was “Thai Food” by David Thompson. I ordered it on the spot. Zagat: Iconic Parker 's Restaurant, and Parker House Rolls Restaurant guidebook and online publisher Zagat recently chose iconic US restaurants in 15 US cities for USA TODAY, and Parker’s Restaurant in Boston’s historic Omni Parker House made the list. Zagat’s reviewers reported the “glorious” restaurant in Omni Parker House is “the only place to go for Parker House Rolls and Boston Cream Pie,” and Parker’s is “where the elegance of another era thrives via old-time, pricey New England eats, beautiful, formal digs and wonderful service. If you’re looking for something innovative, go elsewhere, but to experience a piece of incredible history, this is the spot.”
Homemade Curry Powder Recipe Curry powder doesn’t have to be complicated to make at home. This one has just 5 ingredients and tastes fabulous in coconut milk based curries. Coriander seeds, cumin and fennel are the basic flavors in this curry powder. Dried red chilies add heat and turmeric gives it color. Taste Test – The Best Curry Powders If you’ve ever wondered what’s the best curry powder brand, look no further! I’ve taste tested a bunch of curry powders and present to you my favorites and how to use each one of them. This also kicks off my curry series – a month of easy curry recipe posts using, of course, curry powders! I will post one recipe a week for a curry from around the world, and also post a recipe for how to make your own curry powder. But first, let me make something clear. There is no such thing as curry powder.
Strawberry Freezer Jam I recently had a friend ask me how to make jam. I started talking about pectin and storing it in the freezer, and she didn’t know what I was talking about. So I’ve decided to do a little how-to for making freezer jam. Chicken Slow Cooker Recipes Home > Recipes > Cooking Style > Slow Cooker Recipes > Chicken Slow Cooker Recipes Chicken Slow Cooker Recipes Looking for chicken slow cooker recipes? Find chicken slow cooker recipes including slow cooker chicken soup recipes, slow cooker chicken rice recipes, and more chicken slow cooker recipes. Please log in to add this to your recipe box
Indochine Kitchen January 2, 2012 Chicken Risoles Deep-fried snacks are my favorites. I make my own fried food as often as I can as I just can’t resist them. Risoles are just soft spring rolls with gooey vegetable fillings. They are made and sold fresh. Chocolate Stout Layer Cake with Chocolate Frosting Recipe For cake: Position rack in center of oven and preheat to 350°F. Butter and flour two 9-inch-diameter cake pans with 1 1/2-inch-high sides. Line bottom of each cake pan with parchment paper round; butter and flour parchment. Place chopped chocolate in medium metal bowl. Set bowl over saucepan of barely simmering water and stir until chocolate is melted and smooth. Remove bowl from over water and set aside.
Honey Soy Chicken Wings Honey Soy Chicken Wings – sweet and sticky wings with honey and soy sauce glaze and baked in oven. Quick and no-fuss everyday recipe! I love these gorgeous and absolutely scrumptious honey soy chicken wings. I chanced upon a similar recipe from a Taiwanese cookbook in my good friend’s home and that inspired me to make these wings.