"Rich, subtly spiced with cinnamon and ginger, and sweet with molasses, this dessert is a version of the pudding that has been served at the venerable Rhode Island clam shack Aunt Carrie's since it opened, in the 1920s." - Saveur
With 2 avocado trees, I am always on the look-out for good recipes. I found this in the December 2014 O Magazine. I am not clear whether this is 2 large Haas or buttery Florida style avocados....experimenting will tell.
Kataifi is a popular Middle Eastern pastry made with shredded phyllo dough, also called Kataifi. In the traditional recipe you roll 3 inch strips around the nuts. I have made it like a cake -- MUCH EASIER. You can find it in your better local Greek or Middle Eastern market. Supposedly you can cut phyllo into thin strips yourself, however it would not be nearly as wonderful as the package Kataifi.....it is so fine and marvelous. I am going to use this as a topping for savory casserole.
Be creative and use other nut combination. Pistatios, pecans, etc.
I don't recall where I got this recipe. It is a favorite in my home plus I make it for my consumers (at work) with very ripe bananas and no sugar so it's okay for the diabetics. All the amounts are varied depending on what you have and what you want. Use green bananas for a more savory side dish. Or use greener bananas and more brown sugar for a sweet treat. Very ripe bananas don't need much cooking nor much brown sugar. This is good as a side dish, over ice cream, on pancakes, under whipped cream, with basmati rice, let your imagination wander....enjoy! You could even vary the size of banana pieces to suit your recipe.
this is a very popular recipe in Egypt
enjoy it warm in the winter,and cool it for the summer days
for those who are not familiar with the whole wheat grains, i'll upload a photo of the grains
cooking time includes leaving the grains in the water overnight
The secret to a creamy rice pudding is lots of liquid and short grain rice - arborio. You may think there is too much milk in the recipe but trust me it works! Stir once in a while to prevent rice from sticking to the bottom.
Sprinkle with cinnamon or nutmeg just before serving. It is delicious warm or cold.
This is a very economical dessert that is very easy to make and oh, so delicious! It was a favorite in my family. When baked, it will form a yummy custard on the top. Best when made with 1 day old left-over rice that has been refrigerated. Mmmmm! :)
This is a tender, delicate, delicious bread pudding. For me to say that is quite a compliment, as I usually avoid bread pudding. Jean Dunlap, at our church, made it for a ministry fair and it was sooooo good. The only change I offer is the possibility of replacing about 1/4 cup of milk for 1/4 cup of spirits (rum, whiskey or amaretto, etc.)
This recipe comes from the "Gone With The Wind Cook Book - Famous Southern Cooking Recipes". There is a note in the foreward which I love: "Gone With The Wind told of a style of living. as well as a romantic drama, A way of living, playing, and eating that thrilled us all."
OH How simple this is and yet fit for a Queen or King and their court!!! Simple and decadent at the same time, for adults and children alike. A lovely, light, dessert to end any meal whether in Africa, USA, or any other country. Lovely! Adopted from the U of Penn African cookbook