Decadent and healthy at the same time!!!! This light and satisfying sauce will compliment fresh berries, cake, ice cream or what ever you want to drizzle it over. Reduce the sugar and just eat it plain. Ooooh!!! Maybe over waffles or pancakes.
If you need something you can make quickly from your pantry with a great result, this is it! The heat can be ratcheted up or toned down to your liking. It is healthy, tasty, easy, scratch and a crowd pleaser.
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 is a thin Indian crispy cracker or flat bread. It is typically served as an appetizer to an Indian meal. It can also be eaten as a snack and can be topped with chopped onions, peppers, chutney's or other condiments.
Yea, a healthy dip!!!!!! For Real!!!! Years ago, my sister came to recover from TMJ surgery with her jaw wired shut. Since she could only drink, I whirled some peas up for her. She didn't care for it. I will have to make this for her and see if it sits better.
Tonight, a friend was coming over and I asked if they were good with pot luck. So I looked at what I needed to use and found the green papaya. I decided to shred some and create a stir fry with a few other things I needed to use up....the bread was the end of a hearty loaf, the turkey was a bit dry and needed to be used. The rest is just what I made up. It would be great with other veggies added. This particular combination was quite interesting, it was quite close to mu shu, which I love. I didn't have any leftover pancake batter or I would have served it that way. It was really particularly good.
I found this as a Liliko‘i (passion fruit) recipe that suggested lemon is no Liliko'i was available. Then I realized it would work for ANY fruit juice. So use this as a good "base" recipe and go from there.
Cutting down or eliminating dairy, but still want something to top pumpkin pie or dip strawberries in? Coconut milk makes just as thick and rich whipped cream as whipping cream. And the only different in preparation is to remember to put the coconut milk in the fridge long enough to chill. An additional plus is that whipped coconut cream does not break down the way dairy does. This whipped cream can be covered and stored for up to a few days without separation taking place.