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    Infused Honey

    Excellent Infused honey makes sweet gifts. Presented in a gleaming jar filled with your choice of flavor-infused honey. Infused honey is very simple to make, and each infusion can be made to suit the individual taste of your recipient-I know you`ll give to friends and family, BUT don`t forget your co-workers and your children's teachers. For best results, use recipes developed for using honey. When substituting honey for granulated sugar in recipes, begin by substituting honey for up to half of the sugar called for in the recipe. When baking with honey, remember the following: Reduce any liquid called for by 1/4 cup for each cup of honey used. Add 1/2 teaspoon baking soda for each cup of honey used. Reduce oven temperature by 25 °F to prevent over-browning. Because of its high fructose content, honey has a higher sweetening power than sugar. This means you can use less honey than sugar to achieve the desired sweetness. When measuring honey, coat the measuring cup with non-stick cooking spray or vegetable oil before adding the honey. The honey will slide right out. A 12-ounce jar of honey equals a standard measuring cup. Storing Honey: Store at room temperature. Your kitchen counter or pantry shelf is ideal. Storing honey in the refrigerator accelerates the honey's crystallization. Crystallization is the natural process in which liquid in honey becomes solid. If your honey crystallizes, simply place the honey jar in warm water and stir until the crystals dissolve. Don`t Microwave if you don`t want to destroy all the goodness it supplies. Note: Honey should not be fed to infants under one year of age.

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    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Try this in a French toast batter or bread pudding .

    Recipe #226197

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    AHhhhh the Earthy Sweetness of Truffle Honey! Excellent drizzled over blue cheese, such as stilton or gorgonzola, Goat cheeses or any cheese you enjoy. It mellows the strong cheeses and is a total comfort food! A real delicacy with prosciutto, duck, fresh figs, apples & pears. Or jar it up in a sexy jar for a bridal shower gift;).

    Recipe #223039

    Try this on chicken or ribs. Sweetened your favorite iced tea or lemonade. If you want to use this in cookies or cakes in place of sugar which can be partiallY replaced by sugar in some baked desserts. Honey is an acid it will not fit in every recipe. Guidelines for substituting honey in recipes. If a recipe calls for 1/2-cup sugar or less, omit the sugar and use the same amount of honey instead. One-cup honey contains 1/4-cup water. As a rule, when you replace sugar with honey, cut the liquid by 1/4 cup. When a recipe calls for one cup of sugar, use one-cup honey and reduce the liquid by 1/4 cup. Becareful when you use honey in cake and cookie recipes, prevent overbrowning by lowering your oven temperature by 25 degrees.

    Recipe #223045

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Yes! 2 ingredients can make it easy and sinfully yummy!!! This honey is infused with Chipotle chilie peppers, which are smoked jalapeno peppers and are also known as chili ahumado, giving you a smoky hot and sweet goodness. Try spreading this on a grilled chicken or pork ribs during the last couple minutes of cooking. Try it in your favorite salsas or dip cornbread into it.

    Recipe #223048

    On warmed brie or used to season pork or chicken. Try it added to marinades and barbecue sauces.

    Recipe #223052

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    You can make straight mint or straight basil. Great for pot stickers, spring rolls or add to a dressing for a fruit salad.

    Recipe #223053

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Try in hot tea and then make it iced. Add it to sangria. Coat a roasted chicken or fish at the end of cooking. Yes you can use any cirtus of choice.

    Recipe #223086


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