Warp the dough ball with plastic wrap or whatever you may have set in the refrigerator for no less than 40 minutes. Next we’re going to get started on the peach cobbler filling!! Gather all of your ingredients for the filling and a large pot. Place your peaches in the large pot, note** if you’re using canned peaches you may skip adding 1 cup water and 1 cup sugar or add to your desired taste** add 1 cup water, 1 cup sugar, 1 tsp. cinnamon, ¼ tsp.
Ingredients • 3 cups frozen blackberries • 1 tablespoon fresh mint • 2 tea bags • 4 cups Boiling water • 2.5 cups cold water • 11/4 cup sugar • A pinch of baking soda • Crushed ice Instructions • Take a large container and add sugar and blackberries. Squash them and add baking soda and mint. • Add the tea bags to the boiling water and discard them after 5 minutes. • Pour the hot tea over the blackberry mixture and strain the concoction after an hour. Add the cold water and
Then, fry beans with shallot and garlic for about two minutes. Next, measure four cups of the bean’s liquid and pour it in the pot with the frying beans. Add one more cup of water if necessary. Stir and let the beans stand for about five minutes. Then, stir the two cups of long grain rice into the beans.
Day 1: • Breakfast – 2 scrambled eggs and 3 slices of bacon: 1. cracked two eggs in a medium size bowl 2. add ½ tbsp. of milk 3. add a pinch of salt and mix 4. in a frying pan, add 1 tbsp. of olive oil and when the oil is hot add the egg and scramble it 5. Once the eggs have been scrambled, turn the heat of and put the scramble egg in a medium size plate 6. Heat the frying pan again and add 1tsbp of olive oil and when hot put the 3 slices of bacon in the frying and remove once the bacon is cooked and put in the plate where the scramble eggs are • Lunch – chicken submarine (12inch) sandwich • Dinner – pasta with tomato sauce 1.
At this point, I take my original, dry mixture and gradually beat it into the wet mixture. Finally, I stir in the quintessential ingredients, the chocolate chips. Next, take our concoction and use spoons to scoop it from the bowl and place rounded drops of cookie dough on the baking sheets. I put twelve spoonfuls of dough on each baking sheet, baking twenty-four cookies at one time. Next, I put them in our preheated oven, and I set the timer for ten minutes.
Just let this mixture stand 5 to 10 minutes before using. The cake batter uses the creaming method, that is, beat the butter with the sugar until creamy, add the egg and vanilla extract, and then alternately add the flour mixture and buttermilk (mixed with the liquid red food dye). The final step is to add a mixture of baking soda and vinegar. Because baking soda starts to react with the batter right away, try to get the cupcakes into the oven as quickly as possible. Finally, the frosting, which is really what cupcakes are all about.
They were actual turtle shaped pieces of chocolate with a caramel and pecan center. She would start by melting the chocolate down. Then, she would brush the bottom of the form with the melted chocolate. Once all the forms were coated, she would put the forms in the freezer to harden. Mom would then take out the forms and add a flattened piece of caramel and a pecan to each form and top with more melted chocolate.
Prepare the following things: a blender, a fruit knife, a pot that can be used for boiling, some sagos, some sugar, some ice cubes and some fruits that you like. The amount of sagos and fruits depends on how much you want to eat, and the amount of sugar depends on how sweet you want. Half pound of sagos, half pound fruits, and about 20 gram sugar is enough for one person. Here, for example, I would use apples. To begin with, add some water into the pot, and boil the water.
I use my 13 X 9 glass baking dish and start by placing a layer of the potatoes on the bottom of the dish then sprinkle the cubed ham on top of them, then another layer of potatoes, then ham again, keep repeating this until the dish is full almost to the top. While I am making the sauce for the ham and scalloped potatoes, I turn the oven on and preheat it to 350 degrees. First, I take a 2 quart saucepan and put in the butter and cook until the butter is melted. Second, I add the flour and black pepper. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until the butter, flour, and pepper are smooth and bubbly.