These muffins may have slightly different ingredients but the end result is a wonderful rich, moist muffin. The sugar sprinkled on top before cooking gives a slightly sweet crunch and cracked glazed appearance.
These tortillas are delightfully different & Tasty. They are good with soup too or on their own as a snack. You may vary your stir fry vegetable to suit your taste. The dough is very easy to work with, just keep dusting the board with buckwheat flour. In one of the photos you will see just the stir fry no buckwheat tortilla. I also added green beans. The recipe is quite vesatile - use it as you will
As soon as I saw Buckwheat I thought of Soba Noodles and this is my version of them (quite a bit of trial & error). There will be noodles left over but they are wonderful warmed in a bit of butter on a pan and served as you would a pasta side dish. Spice up the soup more or less to your personal taste. This dough is very easy to work with and is easily managed by hand rolling and cutting on a well dusted (*with buckwheat flour) board. However Soba Noodles are readily avable in most Oriental supermarkets and it does save a lot of work,
This is very similar in taste to whole wheat bread, so if you like wheat bread, you're sure to enjoy this. Make this easily in your bread machine. The chile honey is sweet, and lightly spicy, perfect for bringing out the flavors of the bread.
This delicious soup combines chicken and sweet potatoes with the heat of red chilies and the tang of tomatoes. You can adjust the amount of red chili you use, either up or down depending on how much heat you want. I, myself, don't like things too spicy. Serve with hot buttered cornbread or crusty rolls.
This is a sinfully, rich cake. It can be made in less than an hour and served a short time later. I used frozen sour cherries, thawed and dried them lightly. The cooking time incldues the baking and cooling of cake before glazing. Hope you enjoy.
This is one of my entries for the Ready, Set, Cook! contest. Pancakes for dessert! Chocolate pancakes made with buttermilk and buckwheat flour. Not too sweet, and can be garnished with more than just powdered sugar, such as ice cream or fresh whipped cream. Serving size depends on the size of your pancakes. I like to make them about 4 inches.
This is a colorful, eye pleasing version of dirty rice. The chicken livers are optional, but my family enjoys them in this not too spicy dish. Serve Tabasco or red pepper flakes for those who want to heat it up. This was created for RSC #5.