These are my DS and DD's favorite of the girl scout cookies. They asked me to make a few copycat recipes but they weren't quite right. These fit the bill and have lots more coconut and caramel. They take some extra time but I get requests for them constantly. I keep the ingredients on hand so I can always make a batch. Enjoy!
NOTE: Using these specific brands makes the best samoa possible.
WARNING: Cookie addiction has been noted while under the influence of this recipe.
This is an adaption of a recipe my sister gave me which my family loves for breakfast or dessert. I used our favorite flavors but you can add peanut butter, chocolate chips, craisins, dried fruit, any spices your family likes.
I decided I was really craving this soup on Cinco de Mayo and thought I would try my hand at recreating it. There are so many different variations so this one is for my family's taste. It satisfied my craving.
This unleavened bread of Ethiopia is really a huge pancake made in special large pans with heavy covers. The batter is saved from an earlier baking and added to the new batter to give it a sourdough quality. It is poured at a thin consistency and baked covered so that the bottom of the pancake does not brown. The top should be full of air holes before the pancake is covered. The heavy cover steams the pancake so that when it is finished it looks like a huge thin rubber sponge. Since Tef is not available here the combination of buckwheat flour mix and biscuit mix seems to produce the closest substitute. ** Found on an African cuisine website for ZWT 4.**
We love kielbasa so thinking I could get my family to try something new came up with this for lunch. Now it is a quick favorite for anytime. You can adjust the amounts to suit your taste or what you have on hand.
I had a very similiar salad when I was in Costa Rica. I use it for a side dish but most people start scooping it up with tortilla chips, crackers, raw veggies, tortillas or arepas like a salsa. The seasonings can be adjusted for your taste. Great vegetarian dish.