This is a very yummy and easy to make warm dessert, which can be served as a main dish as well. The batter resembles a cheesecake, but is not as solid.
Accompany with vanilla ice-cream or custard for that extra twist. =)
This recipe comes from a famous German chef called Tim Mälzer, who is sometimes referred to as the German Jamie Oliver. I only substituted cherries for the gooseberries he uses.
I remember the first time I had this at a picnic! My sister brought it and everyone raved about it. I could not believe it when I found out you dumped all of 3 ingredients into a pan (no bowls or mixing) and just baked it! It's really great and just too easy!
A dessert incorporating Hawaii's wonderful kona coffee. You can substitute kahlua or other coffee-flavored liqueur for the chocolate liqueur if you prefer. Preparation time includes chilling times; active preparation time is actually very short.
A curry-flavored dish that can be mild or hot depending on the type of curry powder you use. Ground lamb can be substituted for the cubed lamb. I think this dish is better made with white rice, but if you really prefer brown, you can use that.
This custard is eaten all over Latin America, but particularly in Cuba and Colombia. Orange juice can be substituted for the pineapple and, either way, it is terrific paired with Recipe #170551 posted separately.
This was my favorite dessert that my grandmother used to make and my family loves it too. We always serve it cold and as it has a long oven time we usually have it in the fall/winter. Recipe source: local newspaper.
On our recent trip to Alaska, I fell in love with creme brulee. I was surfing the web and found this version. DH loves Butterfinger candy bars. What could be more perfect? This recipe is brought to you by Nestle.