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Three Cheese Corn Pudding

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Three Cheese Corn Pudding has a wonderful custard texture with lots of cheese flavor from a combination of sharp cheddar cheese, Pepper Jack, and Parmesan cheese. This rich creamy casserole side is great to serve anytime of year.   I like to add a little sugar to bring out the sweetness of the corn. A good corn pudding should be on the sweet side, but the amount of the cheese in this recipe really ups the savoriness of it. Such a delicious combination! With 6 eggs, 2 cups of cream, 1/2 cup butt...

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Maple Lime Bourbon Sour

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Dark and rich maple syrup, tangy citrus-y lime juice, and a good amount of smooth whiskey. You’ll love sipping this maple bourbon sour! Perfectly balanced, great for drinking by the fire or on a hot summer’s day, and takes just 5 minutes to shake one up. What are you waiting for? Hello, all! I have... Read More » The post Maple Lime Bourbon Sour appeared first on Just a Little Bit of Bacon....

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Arseeyah Rubyan ~ Emirati Prawn Rice Gruel

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  It’s been long since I have posted an Emirati recipe on the blog, so when the theme of “One Bowl Dishes” was declared for the Blogging Marathon #102, I couldn’t think of any other dish as one-pot as Arseeyah. The cooking is done in one large pot, so what more for this theme! ????   Arseeyah is considered to be comfort food for the Emiratis. It is usually made with chicken, and has rice cooked along with it, with some mild spices and then ground to make it like a gruel. Just like Hare...

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mixed vegetable Kolukattai (kozhukattai) recipe - Savory kozhukattai recipe with mixed vegetables - Ganesha Chathurti recipe - Pooja, Naivedyam recipes

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After I moved to Singapore, I tasted Pau (Which is with plain flour). I thought it was close to our kozhukattai. Pau comes with different stuffings, both savory and sweet. I have tasted mixed vegetable stuffing in Pau and I kind of liked it. I wanted to try this for kozhukattai stuffing, of course with the Indian twist. It is perfect for a snack, starter, or appetizer. If you are not offering to god you can add onion or garlic to the stuffing. It is the perfect snack for a kids snack box or f...

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Easy Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork

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If you have BBQ sauce and pork shoulder, you can make this awesome Easy Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork! Fall-apart tender pork is served on a bun with a smoky-sweet barbecue sauce. You get all the flavor of slow cooked pulled pork in a fraction of the time. This is a pressure cooker twist on a popular slow cooker recipe. The recipe has only three ingredients—vegetable oil, pork, and barbecue sauce. Plus, it takes very little prep time and comes together in a fraction of the time of making it in t...

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Kaju Katli | Cashew Fudge (rose flavored)

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a trademark diamond shaped mithai / sweet from Indian cuisine using Cashew & Rose flavor What does Kaju Katli mean ? Kaju is the hindi name of the nut, Cashew and Katli here means thin slices. So basically it is a sweet dish using cashew as the main ingredient. Also one can called this as Thin Cashew Fudge. It is considered as one of the most expensive Indian sweet. Although I am not at all a sweet lover, but somehow I like to have this sweet.  Cashew nut benefits : Cashew / kaju / cashe...

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One Smart Cookie Graduation Cookies, 2019 version

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Can you call something a tradition if you do it two years in a row? I'm starting a tradition, and this is year two. Since Jack was valedictorian of the very first graduating class of his high school, I thought it would be fun for him (*ahem, me?*) to give cookies to the valedictorian each subsequent year.[NOTE: If you're in the Houston area and looking for a Catholic High School, Frassati Catholic is like no other. The love and the joy in both the faculty and students is something to behold. If ...

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Peruvian-Style Roasted Chicken

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I thought this Peruvian-style roasted chicken from Once Upon a Chef sounded AMAZING so I decided to make it for dinner the day after I first saw the recipe. I grabbed all of the ingredients I needed and marinated the chicken for 8 hours prior to roasting. The chicken roasted for an hour and half and made my entire house smell incredible and turned out very juicy, tender and filled with tons of flavor! I served this delicious roasted chicken with green beanss with shallots, garlic rice and an am...

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Strawberry Basil Galette

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A gorgeous strawberry basil galette with homemade whipped cream on top. Flaky homemade pie crust really is the secret to this mouth watering galette. What is a galette? Basically it's a flat, free formed pastry. So there's a lot of room for error, you really can't mess it up which means it's so easy to make. You start with rolled out pie crust, add the filling and fold up the edges until you get back to where you started folding. Bake and your done! I love strawberry and basil together, it has s...

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Kosha Mangsho  | A labour of love

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Kosha Mangsho again! Chunks of goat meat slow-cooked in a rich gravy with whole spices to a dark and soft texture that falls off the bones and melts in your mouth is indeed a labour of love. A finger-licking delicious mutton curry from the state of West Bengal that the world now relishes in so many versions.  A few weeks ago I was in a phase, cooking off Bengali cuisine because I finally got my hands on a small cute bottle of mustard oil. Mustard oil in bong food is like coconut oil in Malabar ...

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Fresh Chilli and Garlic Paste

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I absolutely LOVE pastes and marinates. Anytime I find fresh chillies of any kind, I make sure I pick some up. Throw in garlic and a couple of other ingredients and you have yourself something delicious and fiery in a jar. Ideally, something like this is great as a condiment, curry base or marinade. Now, I don’t know how hot this has turned out since I made it late at night and I was in no mood to experiment with chillies. But it looks and smells great. Ingredients: Red chillies – 5-6 (I des...

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Classic Margarita

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This Classic Margarita is made with 5 simple ingredients. It’s refreshing, slightly tart, and perfect all year long! Classic Margarita I have been on a quest to make a good classic margarita that doesn’t use a premade mix. And friends I have finally made my favorite classic margarita! It uses simple ingredients, it’s bright and slightly tart, and has a great lime flavor with a hint of orange. And while this cocktail is great for the summer months it’s also perfect any time of the year. H...

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No Fail Pie Crust (Cold Water Pastry)

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Many years ago I received a very special gift from my Grandma. At the time, however, I didn’t realize just how special it was. This post contains some affiliate links (See Disclosure Policy) It was a recipe, written out in her handwriting, on a crisp white recipe card, placed inside a brand new pie plate. I thanked her, but didn’t think much of it. However, the first time I tried to make pastry and failed, I remembered that recipe card with this No Fail Pie Crust recipe written on it. Cold...

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Taste of Life – September 2019

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Eating LA!: This month the three of us headed to LA on business. (Big shoutout to Reed’s parents for coming with us to watch Sawyer while we went to meetings!) In true foodie fashion, we made sure to sneak in as many meals as we could! Here were our favorite spots: Cha Cha Matcha – a matcha lovers dream <3 This may have been the best matcha latte I’ve had. Creamy, FULL of matcha flavor, unsweetened and not one bit bitter.  Otium – We first heard of this restaurant when the chef owner...

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Nippattu, Karnataka style rice crackers

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  Nippattu is a traditional savory dish from Karnataka with step by step recipe is on blog. Similar to nippattu, rice crackers are also prepared in other regions of South India and called by different names like thattai. Nippattu are spicy crunchy crackers. Every family has its own recipe but rice flour remains the main ingredient in nippattu. This is a very popular tea time snack which is also prepared during festive seasons. Few important steps to be followed while preparing nippattu Roasted ...

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16 Pumpkin Recipes To Make Right Now!

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Every year as soon as the weather gets cooler, one of the most popular searches on my blog is for healthy pumpkin recipes. So here are sixteen reader favorites, to use up that can of pumpkin in your kitchen pantry! Crustless Pumpkin Pie   Pumpkin Banana Bread   Pumpkin Mac And Cheese   Pumpkin Oatmeal   Pumpkin Breakfast Cupcakes To-Go   Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bars   Vegan Pumpkin Swirl Cream Cheese Bread (From the Hello Breakfast Cookbook)   Pumpkin Workout Brownies   Crazy Ingredient ...

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Garlic Kara Sev | Sattur Kara Sev | Kara Sev Recipe

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Garlic Kara Sev, a delicious savory snack made from gram flour and flavored with garlic. Long time ago, I had seen this Sattur kara sev recipe on tv cooking show and immediately  made a note on this recipe in my drafts. Sattur is a town in South tamilnadu and it's famous for its sev, kadalai mittai & inji marapa, often seen the vendors selling them in the train when we cross sattur. But never give it a try. Though i made kara sev often at home as our snack for tea time, never tried flavored...

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Apple Cinnamon Spice Whoopie Pies

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Apple Cinnamon Spice Whoopie Pies These apple spice whoopie pies combine apple cider, applesauce, and cinnamon with creamy spiced buttercream to make an irresistible cookie cake sandwich. Reducing the apple cider and using lots of cinnamon spice are both key to the incredible flavor. This new recipe is on my blog today! The post Apple Cinnamon Spice Whoopie Pies appeared first on Sally's Baking Addiction....

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Gluten Free Birthday Cake

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Gluten Free Birthday Cake is the best way to celebrate just about any occasion. Have your cake and eat it too, without the problematic protein with this gluten free dessert worthy of blowing out the candles. Gluten Free Birthday Cake is more than a celebration of life. It symbolizes a food that traditionally would be on the no-fly list, before we figured out how to remove the gluten without sacrificing flavor. Definitely something to celebrate, in our opinion. The best gluten free options are th...

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10 Cozy Things to Make in August 2019

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YOWZA it’s August. July felt long, if I’m being super honest. It was slow and treacherous. August already feels fast. We have so much work to do this month and then we’re off to a little vacation (hopefully) at the very beginning of September. But, I’m also still in a strong summer mood. Hatch Chile Summer Squash Queso Fundido – August is the month of the hatch chile! I love this queso fundido version because it uses up a ton of zucchini and summer squash. I love to cook it down and th...

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