I served this appetizer with a mixture of crackers at our Zaar pot luck tapas party ........ everybody said that it was delicious! I used a mixture of Roquefort & Blue cheese. If your food processor isn't large enough, use an electric mixer on low speed.
I don't know where I got this recipe that I've been using for years but it is definitely a man pleaser! I think that a ham bone gives the best flavour but will use an 8 oz piece of salt pork when necessary.
I've made this slightly tart jelly twice since the recipe appeared in the June 2006 issue of Canadian Living magazine. I used an orange from Africa with red pulp & the red portion of my rhubarb - hence a nice red jelly. I topped up the liquid with Grand Marnier but you could also use orange juice. We love it on toast but I'm going to try it as a glaze on a pork loin roast!
Submitted for RSC#8: When I think of the Caribbean, the song Hot, Hot, Hot by Buster Poindexter comes to mind ........ but the food doesn't have to be hot. The chicken could also be cooked in the oven or on an indoor grill.The timing doesn't include marinading. Ole, Ole - Ole, Ole!!
This recipe from Food & Drink magazine isn't an authentic Thai dish but its delicious! You can add diced potato, diced tomato or sliced green beans instead of or in addition to the red peppers. My hubby doesn't like spicy food so he wasn't fond of it - but I'm the cook & occasionally he will just have to suffer!!
Egg custards are quite simple to prepare, provided you follow the recipe directions! Avoid using excessive heat which will ruin the texture, stir the mixture constantly when cooking over direct heat & watch the mixture carefully as it thickens.
Similar to Creme Caramel ... richer ....... delicious! Serve with fruit such as sliced strawberries, bananas, pineapple or mandarin orange segments.
Egg custards are quite simple to prepare, provided you follow the recipe directions! Avoid using excessive heat which will ruin the texture, stir the mixture constantly when cooking over direct heat & watch the mixture carefully as it thickens. I'm making this on Valentine's Day - its one of my hubby's favourite desserts!!
There are lots of biscuit recipes but the savoury flavour of fresh herbs make these unique! I've itemized the ingredients from Harrowsmith Country Life but use whatever herbs appeal to you ........ or whatever you have in the pantry. Last night, I used basil, parsley & green onions. BUT, if you're forced to use dried herbs, just cut the quantity in half.
Toronto pastry chef Anna Olsen includes this in her own Christmas Eve traditions! I like it because its actually a "double duty" recipe ........ I used half the banana bread on its own, then used the other half to make half the bread pudding. You could use your own favourite banana bread recipe - or even a store bought banana bread if you're really pushed for time. I served it warm with frozen vanilla yogurt but I actually preferred it the next day at room temperature.
A perfect flavour combination ....... a creamy, velvety texture ......... delicious! When I saw the photo in the Company's Coming - Baking - Simple To Sensational, I just had to buy the book. This recipe alone made me glad that I bought it! I forgot to keep track of my prep time (so I've estimated) but due to the standing time, its best to make this a day in advance.