adapted from smitten kitchen! love her :) These fritters keep well, either chilled in the fridge for the better part of a week and or frozen in a well-sealed package for months. When you’re ready to use them, simply spread them out on a tray in a 325 degree oven until they’re hot and crisp again.
From Didi Emmons' Vegetarian Planet. This pie features a custardy homemade filling that is surprisingly easy to make. Definitely worth the effort over store bought pudding. The chocolate adds a special kick. Plan ahead, this needs to cool for a few hours!
Wow wow wow. Clearly, USC alums can cook ;) Loving this easy, simple and oh so delicious and gluttonous treat!
This calls for a bundt pan but I've successfully cut the recipe in a third and used a loaf pan.
My boyfriend from south east asia said this is closer to traditional than most of the yellow curry versions we see in the US. No meat in this one but I'm sure you could add! Feel free to mix up the veggies too. The first time I made this, I used broccoli, snap peas, and baby corn instead. Although, the peppers are traditional. Adapted from Pinch of Yum
I had exactly 7 egg whites left from another recipe and used them for this! Surprisingly delicious, light, moist and chewy sweet bread. I'm not sure how authentic this is, but I'm not complaining. If you eat leftovers later, make sure to warm it up for a few seconds in the microwave - it is much better warm!