Very unusual tasting. Though it takes four-days to make this marmalade, it's all passive time, and so worth the effort. Roast a chicken with this, spread on bagels, biscuits. Makes a good filling for a layer cake. The finished product has a dark amber color and a slightly "toasty" or burnt flavor. From "Food Down Under," this is a magnificent marmalade.
When you have the taste for a warm cheese fruit Danish and have bread, jam and cottage cheese in the pantry, you can make your own. This is fast, easy and really good. To make it even tastier you can butter the toast.
A not too sweet and almost foolproof spice apple cake. You can also make this in a bundt pan. But I think the springform round cake shape seems appropriate for this cake. Optional spices can be added like cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, a pinch of ground cloves, etc.
The breading does not get crispy, rather it combines with the apricot mixture and forms a lovely, soft coating. I like using lots of lemons, but it's a matter of personal preference. For the preserves, I used Apricot/Orange Conserve #116457, which also contains raisins and nuts.
This arepa dough uses the brand P.A.N. a precooked cornmeal available at any Hispanic grocer. Unlike traditional arepas, these are "fluffy" due to the addition of eggs and baking powder. Fill them with cheese, taco meat mixture, tuna, smoked sausage, scrambled eggs, anything you like. Got this recipe from a Venezulean friend.
The (optional) vinegar will bring out the great taste of the veggies and compliments the seasoning combination. I steam the potatoes in the microwave and the other vegetables in a basket on the stove top. In that way, the veggies all are done at the same time.
This isn't fine wine, but its homemade, fun and easy. The results will be varied depending on the kind of fruit, sugar content, yeast's fermentation, temperature. This recipe uses juice concentrate, but you can make your own juice from grapes or plums. Don't use citrus.
This is the EASIEST dark chocolate cake yet. It is super-chocolaty and very moist. I've been using this recipe for 30-years. NOTE: Here's a substitute for the one cup buttermilk: 2/3 cup plain yogurt plus 1/3 cup milk.
This recipe isn't low fat-that's why it's so good. The flavors really develop if made a couple of hours before serving. To complete the meal just add a salad and toasted unbuttered rye bread slices. For a really hearty dinner, serve with baked smoked kielbasa.
This dip or spread has a great fresh taste. Serve it right after making it for a softer dip. For a spread, refrigerate before serving. Please use a good quality cheese as a generic brand has extra oil added and will separate out.