I love beef teriyaki, fast fried tender strips of beef, with a delicious sweet soy sauce The traditional sauce for teriyaki usually consists of sugar, soy sauce, mirin and sake, to make a thick syrupy sauce, but on Slimming World that works out quite high in syns. So I make a lighter style sauce, that tastes...Read More »
HOMEMADE LIMONCELLO ITALIAN RECIPE AND HISTORY - ready in 3 days! - Homemade Limoncello is a recipe very easy to prepare, a must for any Italian festivity! Even if, the traditional method needs a long time for the infusion, scientifically the taste of this delicious Italian after-dinner spirit made with lemons will be perfect in just three days! dessert, desserts, ice cream, cocktail, Christmas, thanksgiving, gatherings, Easter, Italian, family, recipes, party, lemoncello, digestrive…
What could be more Scottish in the minds of many of us than a traditional haggis? Here's a recipe to try and make one yourself! Enjoy more pins inspired by Outlander here: https://www.pinterest.com/KaveyEats/outlander-inspiration/
Gift: This apple chutney recipe is ready-to-eat straight after you've cooked it, but you'll find the flavours mature and change over time into something even yummier! I personally think it tastes best after 3 months or more. The unopened jars will keep for up to 2 years or so, but I'm sure they'll be eaten before then! Once opened, the chutney should be kept refrigerated and eaten within 3 weeks.
Flan de guayaba y queso, or Guava and Cheese Flan, is the dessert I prepare the most during Christmas time. Everyone I serve it to, young or old, loves it! It goes with Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve dinner, and yet it’s lite. What I appreciate the most is that I can prepare it two or three days in advance, and it keeps very well in the refrigerator. I welcome you to try it. I bet you’ll find that the guava blends very nicely with the traditional taste of cheese flan.
Apple crumble & custard cupcakes. These extra-special cupcakes taste just like traditional crumble and custard - top with cream icing and apple-shaped biscuits
Whoopie Pies by Cook's Country -- Satisfy the biggest sweet tooth with our update on the slightly fusty whoopie pie. We replace lard with butter for a moist texture and add plenty of cocoa powder and vanilla to recreate the traditional taste of a whoopie pie.