Posting this for Zaar World Tour. From The African Cookbook by Bea Sandler. Haven't tried this yet, but it sounded interesting. Prep time is approximate...just however long it takes to get the ice cream soft enough to work with. Please note, this will need additional time to refreeze, so plan accordingly.
This was one of the first candy recipes I ever made. These candies are crystal clear and can be used as decorations for a Christmas tree or a window. Cooking and prep times are approximate, and don't include making your own molds if you wish to do that.
This is very fancy-looking served in wine glasses. Champagne-based gelatin dessert with strawberries and blueberries. Posted for ZWT 2006. Time does not include allowing the gelatin to refrigerate until set.
Haven't tried this yet, but I love blueberry buckles and this vegan version sounds delicious. Recipe suggestion is to serve with soy ice cream, if desired. Cooking time does not include allowing the baked buckle to cool before unmolding and serving, so allow some extra time. From VT July/August 2006
Haven't tried it, but it looks very pretty in the picture. A chocolate cookie crumb base, topped with a dark chocolate/ricotta cheese/liqueur layer. This can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.
Time does not include refrigerating it overnight before cutting it into bars and serving.
We love this with Chicken Supreme Kiev-Style
recipe #175757. From Jacques Pepin's cookbook, Good Life Cooking. The cooking time includes reconsituting the bulgur wheat by soaking it in hot water for about 45 minutes. Once that's done, the rest of the recipe will take about 10 minutes to cook.
We made this tasty dish for our Hawaiian Luau. "Long rice" is not rice, but cellophane noodles made from mungbean flour, also known as bean threads. This recipe starts with marinading the chicken for an hour, which I've included in the prep time; but once you start cooking, the dish takes very little time to make. Please note that the bean threads absorb water very quickly and require very little cooking time. If they are cooked too long, they will break down.
I love this over pasta. While this recipe uses boneless, skinless chicken, you can substitute another type of meat or meat substitute. Pizzaioli sauce, named for the Neapolitan pizza makers, is a tomato-based sauce similar to that found on pizza. The sauce is seasoned with herbs, especially oregano, and was originally used to disguise poor quality meat.
My family loves this. It's a lighter version of the traditional Chicken Kiev. I personally leave out the salt, so I made it optional in the recipe. Recipe from Jacques Pepin Good Life Cooking cookbook. This pairs well with Bulgur Wheat Pilaf recipe #175759.