These bath bombs make fantastic gifts - they are just dropped into a hot bath & they fizz & dissolve releasing a beautiful fragrance! Surprisingly easy to make, let your imagination run WILD & experiment with different oils & colours - I also like to add dried rose petals, dried lavender & fine glitter......the possibilities are endless! I use heart shaped moulds, friand cake tins & round Christmas baubles for moulds. Let me know your ideas! I buy the citric acid in a large bag from an Asian supermarket.
My nanna was from Italy, I loved it when she made gnocchi. It is a very time consuming process, but well worth the effort! The recipe can be varied with the addition of other ingredients (spinach, pumpkin, mushroom, herbs...) just let your imagination run wild! Serve with any sauce that tickles your fancy & lots of parmesan!!!
I am really into making my own babyfood, this recipe was a hit with my son. It is so much healthier than jelly, but tastes just as good! I use whatever fruits are in season ie: peach, mango, nectarine, strawberries, plums - kiwi & pineapple are no-no's because they don't allow the gelatine to set. I also usually put in 2 different fruits for variety.
Iain Hewitson is my favourite Australian chef, he serves these chips at his Melbourne resturant Tolarno's. Serve them as an appetiser or as a side dish -- great with sweet chilli sauce. Prep time doesn't include the overnight cooling.