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.
A very quick and pretty dish - the colors of the Italian flag. Can be made with either very fresh mozzarella or bocconcini (fresh mini mozzarellas). My mom used to make this all the time. I don't personally use the salt, but I do like lots of freshly ground pepper on mine. I also like this with oregano. Feel free to experiment! Posted for ZWT 2006.
Malt vinegar infused with ginger, cinnamon, allspice, peppercorns, mustard seeds, and cloves. This will need to sit for 2 weeks before using. Finished product can be stored for up to 6 months in a cool, dark place.
An oil fused with garam masala, coriander, cardamom, fennel, allspice, curry and chili.
Cooking time includes allowing the oil to sit for 3 days in a cool, dark place before using. Can be stored for up to 3 months.
Easy way to make your own dried tomatoes. You can experiment with other spices, if you want. These will need to refrigerate for 24 hours before using, so plan accordingly. Semi-Dried Tomatoes should be used within 3-4 days.
This can be kept in the fridge for 1 day without the coconut milk. Add in the coconut milk when you reheat the soup. The soup will become very thick as it stands. Thin with stock or water if necessary.
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.
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.
This is one of my favorite cookie recipes. The dough can be frozen and used later, if you don't want to make them all at once. Just place balls of the cookie dough into freezer bags and toss them in the freezer. Bake them straight from the freezer, increasing the baking time by a couple of minutes to compensate for the frozen dough.