1I use whey instead of water, I have so much because I make Cheese.2Put the sour dough in the bowl. Add everything else. Combine.3Place it in a baking tin. Make an indentation in the middle so that the dough rises evenly4Cover, And let it stand until it have doubled in size.5First rise done. It took 3 hours.
1I keep my garlic in oil, this way I have garlic cloves and garlic oil with one stone.2I boil the beans for 1 min. in my pressure cooker, and they are done. No soaking over night. I do take the skin off because I don& 39;t like it.3Sprinkle brown sugar over the leeks and the finely chopped garlic. Roast until the leeks have.
1Gather ingredients, grease a 9x9& 34; pan, preheat oven to 325F.2Melt the Becel Buttery Taste Margarine in a pan. Remove from heat, mix in brown sugar, egg, vanilla, flour, and the first 2 tbsp of cocoa.3Don& 39;t eat it yet! Pour into pan and bake for almost 25 minutes....until a toothpick comes out clean.
12Preheat the oven to 4753Wash the potatoes, then cut them into strips4First, cut the potato in half, then cut each half into strips5If the strips are too tall or thick, lay them sideways and cut them in half again67Place the fries in a large bowl, drizzle with olive oil, and add a pinch or two of salt and a little fresh ground black pepper.
1Typically and more traditionally, mantou is prepared in a real steamer. Unfortunately, that takes a while. For people who are short on time, a microwave will usually do just as well.2Mantou can be prepared straight from your freezer to your plate- all you need is a microwave.3The only difference between the two methods is that traditionally steamed mantou stays soft longer than microwaved mantou does.
1Wash and slice your tomato to desired thickness. Gather ingredients. Lightly season green tomatoes. Heat oil to 350 degrees.2Mix flour and cornmeal3Mix eggs4Season tomatoes to your likeness but not to much salt :)5Dip tomato in egg6Then mix tomato with cornmeal mixture.7Add tomatoes to oil8Fry on each side until golden brown about 2-3 minutes.
1Equipment you may need- scales/measure, blender, bowl and spoon, knife and chopping board/grater.2Ingredients: alfalfa fines are simply what& 39;s left when you finish a bag of alfalfa bales. You can buy oats and linseed in health food shops. Remember, bunny is VEGAN- so no milk or yogurt!3Add your dry stuff to your mixing bowl.
9 StepsIngredientsEmbed1Bring water to a rapid boil.2Add macaroni noddles to boiling water. Stir occasionally.3While the pasta is cooking, warm milk in a saucepan.4When milk is warm, pour in flour and whisk until thickened. (If milk does not thicken, add more flour accordingly)5Add cheese to thickened milk6Drain pasta7When the cheese is melted, pour over pasta and mix.
1Potato, carrot, and onion are typically used. But I prefer sweet potato and detest onions, sooooo...2Cubed3Chicken, cubed4Heat oil on high, brown chicken. Watch for splatters!56Add veggies, sauté7Add about 3 1/2 to 4 cups of liquids, so a combo of coconut milk and water...your preference8Boil, then lower heat to medium low or low9Cover and set a timer for 20 minutes102 packs in the box, use 111Break it up before dumping in the pot12Stirred, cover for another 20 minutes on low13Chow time!
1Slice the kangaroo fillet into slices like this. Can use other meats as well.2Cut the onion into small cubes. Do the same for capsicum, mushrooms and chilies.3Start cooking the kangaroo in extra virgin olive oil whilst...4Cooking the onion, capsicum, mushrooms and chili In a separate pan with coconut butter (recommendation for health reasons)5After cooking the mixture to your liking, poor it all into the same pan with the kangaroo.
12Title your card and add words. You can add more than 24 words (there are 25 squares but one is counted as a free space) as you can create multiple versions of the card and refresh them.3Tap Generate when complete. Note: Only 24 of your words will appear at one time.4Your board is complete. Click the Play Online link on the left to have it live.
1Aside from the 200lbs of crawfish, these are your important items... Now let& 39;s get to the really important items!2Go to your seafood market to make the purchase of the live crawfish. That means they are fresh and that is important!3Be sure to rinse each sack very well to get any residual mud off the crawfish.
1First you need to crack eggs into a bowl big enough to fit your bread in! And whisk.2I used three medium sized eggs, used two to start, and needed more.3Use fork to whisk eggs45Add the vanilla extract once eggs are beaten6Add cinnamon, add the amount you like, I normally add about a tablespoon or so7Whisk until blended8I like to butter the middle before adding the bread into the egg mix.
1You will need Duck Tape (obviously) the color is your choice! You will also need a ruler and a flat surface to work on. Here I have black scull and cross bone duck tape & pink zebra!2cut 4 pieces of duck tape to about 10& 34; put sticky side up that will make your wallet about the same size as a typical wallet if you would like your wallet bigger or smaller feel free to change.
1Dice, slice or blend 2-3 onions. Ensure that the oil is hot pop in a seed to test it and let the seeds cook before adding the onions.2On low to medium heat, keep giving the onions a stir. Don& 39;t let them burn or stick.. Keep going until the onions have broken down and are very soft....3The secret is the base the onions must be very soft before you add the rest of the bits and bobs!
1Get your corn fresh if you can2Peel back the husk on only one side3Put some butter on4Close the husk up again5Simple rap some sting around6Till you get to the end and tie off7Place on the BBQ or oven8Turn regularly9All done 45mins on low heat10Open and serve with husk on11Or offkeyboard shortcuts: previous step next step
1Get 10 Medjool dates. You can use any variety of dates- but Medjool are really sweet!2Soak the dates in water for 1 hour to soften them.3Gather the rest of the supplies...4While the dates are soaking --pet the dog. Look at that face. I can& 39;t say no to that!5Once the dates are soft - take out the pits and throw them away.
1All you will need is salt, peanut butter, eggs, flour, cinnamon, and canned pumpkin.2Preheat the oven to 350 degrees3Mix together 2 1/2 cups of flour, 2 eggs, 1/2 teaspoon of salt, 1/2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon, 2 tablespoons of peanut butter, and 1 cup of canned pumkin.4Mix it into a ball and make sure it is dry5Roll it until its 1/2 inch thick.
1I used a fillet knife2Slice in half3Scoop out seeds. Directly into the waste basket is ideal!4Cut each half into quarters.5Ta da!6Starting at the end cut into melon slice staying close to the peel as possible. About half way through take your knife out and turn the melon and start again until you meet up with your previous cut.
1A word about beeswax... Anything the wax touches directly will be unusable for other purposes. Use something disposable, like a metal coffee can, or a bowl that will forever be dedicated to rendering.2Place a drop cloth on the floor and some butcher paper on the counter. If you drop any wax, this will make cleaning up infinitely easier.