A simple and delicious custard sauce to serve over cake, fresh fruit, pie or anything else that could use some dressing up! Note - the cooking time does not include 30 minutes to steep the vanilla bean in the custard or cooling time.
The mixture known as Nit'ir qibe, is kept handy in most Ethiopian kitchens to add flavor to meat and vegetable stews. In fact, virtually no meal in Ethiopia is made without nit'ir qibe, which gives the cooking its signature flavors.
This is a dense European style bread that is commonly eaten for breakfast in Ethiopia. The dough is very sticky until you knead it for the 2nd time right before shaping. Bake in a loaf pan or free form on a baking sheet.
I was first inspired by my brother putting basic garlic bread in foil on the grill - I got a bit carried away in going beyond basic - and decided the foil just gets in the way! This has become a favorite of family and friends and I make it all summer long. When the weather turns cold you can cook it under the broiler.
This recipe is very flexible, adapt the seasonings and add-ins to your family's preferences. Don't use the rustic artisan breads for this - head to the grocery and buy the inexpensive store bakery loaves.
First created by Gaspare Campari in the mid 1800s, this mixture of sweet vermouth, bitter liqueur and club soda became known by its current name because of its popularity among American visitors to Milan in the early 1900s.
I went looking for a microwave version of Dulce de Leche - cause the whole idea of cooking a can for hours kind of freaks me out - mine would explode : )
This is can be used as topping or filling for all kinds of desserts - try it with Recipe #456560
Alfajores are a shortbread like sandwich cookies filled with dulce de leche (use your favorite or try Recipe #456857). These cookies will soften after the first day, which is desirable in an alfajor, but if you like yours crisp store the filling and cookies seperately and fill on the day you plan to serve them. Prep time does not include chilling the dough. Yield is approximate.