Tamal Ray’s recipe for grapefruit Turkish delight | The sweet spot

You can adapt this traditional recipe with other fruit flavours – plus, it’s totally vegan As a child, Turkish delight was one of the few foods where my mum and I were at odds. She thought it a delectable treat. I found it an unpalatable hybrid of chewing gum and potpourri. It wasn’t until I tried some authentic lemon, pomegranate and orange gummy jewels at my local Turkish shop that I became a convert. I was also pleasantly surprised to learn that traditional Turkish delight is vegan, the setting agent not being gelatine, as I had assumed, but cornflour. Continue reading… Read more: theguardian.com

Coconut Curry Carrot Soup

I’m popping in to share a simple carrot soup that I’ve made at least three times this season. It’s silky smooth (with help from a solid blender and a can of coconut milk). And, once you get everything chopped, it comes together fairly quick. One note about consistency, as I’ve heard from a few people about how they are never sure how to get a good thickness. You’ll notice I don’t add the broth in with the cooking carrots- I wait. I almost always do this with soups because I want full control over consistency. Start on the thick side and puree, adding a bit of broth at a time. The soup should coat a spoon nicely but not be …

Rachel Roddy’s recipe for marmalade cake | A Kitchen in Rome

Hand-me-down recipes come inseparably steeped in memories – such as this recipe for marmalade cake from an old friend that became etched into the family biography The other day I opened a book to find a sentence, and a bit of paper fell out. As the square piece of block pad glided to the floor like a dead moth, I recognised it as a recipe for a ring cake written out for me not long after coming to Italy, about 14 years ago. I remember making the recipe several times, before using it as a bookmark that was left at page 76. What I don’t remember or recognise is whose neat writing it is. My memory lapse is frustrating. Sharing …

A South African shepherd’s pie: Thomasina Miers’ family recipe for bobotie | The Simple Fix with Thomasina Miers

An intriguing recipe handed down by Tommi’s mischievous nanna Mimi – a sort of South African, spicy version of shepherd’s pie called bobotie My maternal grandmother was known for being a tiddlywinks demon, having the naughtiest twinkle in her eye and, whenever she went home to South Africa, for disappearing into the bush to hang out with Zulu tribespeople – the people with whom she seemed to feel most at home. Her stories of her time there were always captivating, and of the recipes she made that were both homely and exotic, this was one of the best. Continue reading… Read more: theguardian.com

ज्यादा देर तक कुरकुरे बने रहने वाले आलू रिंग समोसा । Street Food – Aloo Stuffed Crispy Ring Samosa

Aloo Samosa in Ring Shape, aloo ka samosa recipe, samosa banane ki vidhi, samosa recipe in hindi, Ingredients for Ring Samosa For Dough Refined Flour- 2cup (250 grams) Carom Seeds- ½ tsp Oil- ¼ Cup (50 grams) Salt- ½ tsp For Stuffing Potato (Boiled)- 4(400 grams) Green Peas- ¼ cup Green Coriander- 2 to 3 tbsp Gheen chilli- 2 to 3 (finely chopped) Ginger (grated)- 1 tsp Coriander powder- ½ tsp Cumin Powder- ½ tsp Mango powder- ½ tsp Red chilli powder- ½ tsp Garam Masala- ½ tsp Salt- ¾ tsp Oil- For frying Subscribe for more recipes – http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nishamadhulika For the Best recipes on YouTube, log onto – http://www.youtube.com/nishamadhulika Find us on Facebook at – https://www.facebook.com/nishamadhulika Visit my Hindi …

Thomasina Miers’ recipe for fig, blue cheese and walnut salad | The simple fix

Make the most of autumn’s harvest with a seasonal salad of sticky and sweet, salty and creamy flavours While we are still, just about, in Europe, I will try to make the most of its delicious ingredients, even if I can’t bring myself to believe the doomsday predictions of frozen imports. Figs seem to crop long into October in Greece and Spain, and I love them roasted in autumnal salads such as this one. As for beyond the end of October, I mean to plant my own fig tree in the back garden as soon as I possibly can, so that I can enjoy this most luscious of fruits, with or without our imminent divorce. Continue reading… Read more: theguardian.com

Vegan Creamy Cajun Pasta with Breaded Tofu

Vegan Creamy Cajun Pasta with Crisp Breaded tofu. Nut-free Creamy Cajun Spice Sauce with Farfalle and Breaded Tofu. 23 Gm of Protein.Vegan Nut-free Recipe. Soy-free option. Easily oil-free Jump to Recipe My Cajun blend gets used up quickly right after my garam masala and berbere blends. Its a versatile blend that works in many types of meals. This Creamy Pasta Sauce has the cajun blend for a smoky delicious flavor profile. The sauce is creamy, fluffy and is made with tofu. I have started to make more Tofu sauces(Lemon Asparagus Pasta) as they are so much quicker than cashew sauces. They also amp up the protein in the meal! The peppers and onions add flavor. I top the pasta with …

Kohlrabi: eat more than just the bulb |Waste not

Don’t throw out the stalks and leaves, because they’re edible, too Over the years, as our palates have become more used to processed foods, it has become habit to peel vegetables, removing their fibrous skins, without checking if we actually need to. Arguably, non-organic vegetables should be peeled, because of fungicide, weedkiller and pesticide residues, but when vegetables haven’t been sprayed with chemicals, their skins and more fibrous parts become an immune-boosting part of our diets, full of probiotics and nutrients usually lacking in processed foods. Related: Don’t bin fish skin: it makes cracking crackling | Waste Not Continue reading… Read more: theguardian.com

DIY Zombie Halloween Cookies

Looking for a creepy Halloween treat, sure to haunt and taunt?! Drag over these awesome Zombie Halloween Cookies! Submitted by Brittany DeMauro of Wholesale Party Supplies and crafted by Ally from Ally Bakes; these spooky sweets are sure to add a fun and freaky flair to any Halloween event! DIY Zombie Halloween Cookies You’ll need to whip up a batch of dough and icing before going onto the steps below. Check out this recipe for sugar cookie dough and royal icing here. Decorated Zombie Cookie Ingredients and Tools Baked zombie sugar cookies Royal icing Piping bags, round piping tip, star piping tip Gel food coloring Edible marker Black, blue Scribe Tool OR Toothpick Food safe paintbrush Lemon extract The post DIY Zombie Halloween Cookies appeared first on …

Meaty Mushroom Marinara Sauce

For a long time, I refused to eat tomato sauce. I ate my pasta plain and when I got pizza, I would carefully separate the cheese from the crust, scrape off all the sauce, and then reassemble each slice. Even now, I’m still picky about tomato sauce. My pasta sauce needs to be full of veggies. Full of them! The veggie to sauce ratio must be high! Unfortunately, a lot of store-bought pasta sauces skimp on the veggies. Mushroom sauces are my favorite because I like the meatiness that the mushrooms add to a pasta dish, but usually store-bought sauces either have a few token slices in each jar or tiny little diced mushrooms that you can’t even taste. Sad! …

Mix Up This Pisco Sour Recipe, Straight From Peru

This week, some of our favorite CHILLED 100 bartenders traveled to Peru to learn the ins and outs of the South American grape brandy, pisco. Chilled 100 Members Shaking Up Pisco Sours in Peru They are currently mixing up delicious cocktails at the Hotel Paracas like Pisco Punch and Peru’s national drink, the Pisco Sour. The bartenders are using an acholado, or blended, pisco for these simple and delicious drinks that anyone can master at home. Even if you can’t be lounging on the gorgeous beaches of Peru, mixing up a Pisco Sour will bring the carefree, tropical vibes to your home bar. Pisco Sour Pisco Sour Ingredients: 3 oz. Pisco .75 oz. Lime Juice .75 oz. Simple Syrup 1 …

Vegan Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal (No Oil)

This Vegan Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal is all things fall in a breakfast! No Flour, No refined sugar, No added oil, 1 Bowl, fall spices and amazing deliciousness. Vegan Gluten-free Soy-free Recipe Nut-free option. Jump to Recipe This Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal is the spiced fall breakfast you need in your meal plan! Crisp edges, soft muffin like middle, each slice is fresh soft pumpkin oatmeal bar. Add toppings of choice and serve warm. Just 9 ingredients, no added oil, no refined sugar and just 10 minutes active time, then a wait for the bake, and out comes this amazing Vegan Pumpkin Baked oatmeal. This hearty oatmeal bake uses pureed or mashed pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, oats, non dairy milk, maple syrup …

Jauz Unleashes Wild Tech House Banger “Movin” [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Jauz stays consistently releasing some of the most innovative productions that electronic music has to offer. This time, it’s “Movin,” a wild tech house rollercoaster fully equipped with an infectious vibe. “Movin” by design is built to get people on the dance floor. As with any Jauz production, it’s not satisfied with with the typical build, then drop, build again, then drop again, recipe. Instead, he rides the groove, as “Movin” gradually gains momentum and a beautiful, melodic progression in the process. This is a drastic change up from Jauz’s recent collaboration with Zeds Dead, “Shake” — only further proving his versatility in music. We’ve come to expect nothing but the very best from Jauz no matter the genre at …

HOW TO SMOKE PORK BUTTS 🐖⬅️

In this video, you’ll learn my SUPER EASY 4 ingredient pulled pork recipe that is absolutely DELICIOUS! I smoke Pork Boston Butt (which is acutally the shoulder of the pig… Don’t ask my why they sell it as “Butt”) on my Traeger for anywhere from 8-12 hours and the only 4 seasonings used are: – Mustard – Plowboys Yardbird Rub – Apple Cider (Spritz) – BBQ Sauce (I like Stubbs Sticky Sweet) Try it out and let me know what you think! 🏆 THE BEST SPRAY BOTTLES: https://amzn.to/2Hr214I 🏆 PLOWBOYS YARDBIRD RUB: https://amzn.to/32aw4FJ 🛠Tools I Use (some are affiliate links) Camera: https://amzn.to/2FjndZq Tripod: https://amzn.to/2XgVhjj Computer: https://amzn.to/2Rj3Y72 Video Editing: https://www.adobe.com/products/premiere.html Photo Editing: https://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop.html Website hosting: https://www.siteground.com/go/learnhowblogging Music: Vibe With Me by …

Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings

Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings is an amazingly easy crock pot recipe! It’s a warm, cozy chicken soup made with simple ingredients and a few shortcuts! Looking for more Hearty Soup Recipes? Try my Cheeseburger Soup or my Sloppy Joe Stew! It’s that time of the year where I feel like my Slow Cooker is on permanent rotation! Of course I use it all year round, but when the kids go back to school in the fall is when my Crock Pot really gets a work out. Continue reading Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings at Cookies and Cups. Read more: feedproxy.google.com

Crispy Bean Tostadas with Smashed Avocado and Jicama-Cilantro Slaw

Any tostada fans out there? If you love tacos, you’ll love tostadas. Tostadas are basically flat tacos with a crispy tortilla base. They’re a little messy to eat—don’t order them on a first date—but so fun and satisfying. This recipe comes from my friend Maria’s new book, the Two Peas & Their Pod Cookbook (affiliate link). Her beautiful book offers approachable and fresh, everyday recipes that are perfect for busy families. I knew this recipe would be great because these tostadas share all of the same qualities of a great taco: something hearty (refried beans), something creamy (avocado), something crisp (shredded cabbage and jicama), something tangy (pickled onions), and lots of fresh flavors. The best part? Maria designed this recipe …