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192 items found for "light bites"

  • Turnip Cookies 2 Ways

    I've been cooking with Little Bit since he was tiny. ones somehow developed a strong negative turnip flavour from somewhere that wasn't apparent at every bite I decided against the raw, grated ones as I wasn't sure how bits of turnip would work, rather than being Cookies Ingredients: 1/2 turnip (small) for 1/2 - 3/4 c boiled and mashed turnip 3/4 c butter, soft 3/4 c light sugar 1/4 c dark brown sugar 2 eggs 1 1/4 c ground almonds 2 1/4 c flour 5 cloves, ground (5 is Little Bit's

  • Candied and Chocolate Covered Citrus and Ginger

    half an hour to an hour until the orange peel is tender but still retains its integrity and a little bite Also, they shared flavours a little, the ginger imparting a little bite to the lime and orange peels.

  • Home-Made Granola

    Little Bit and I were snacking on it dry when it came out of the oven, and it's been a hit for breakfast tahini as though they belong together, so when I put the tahini in, I figured that the raisin molasses might It is not too sweet and has a relatively light flavour.

  • Asparagus Soup

    I wanted something light and asparagus is in season, so what better way to celebrate that than to have and olive oil added some richness and a nice touch of acidity, without impinging on the asparagus' right

  • Cinnamon and Sahlep Macarons

    I tried a first iteration of this recipe with my sister when she was visiting after Littler Bit's birth buttercream filling to give the sahlep flavour, but found that the filling was too goopy and didn't come out right 1/2 c maple or light brown sugar 2 - 2 1/2 tsp (generous!) For the buttercream filling: 1/3c butter 2 1/2 tsp sahlep 1/3 c maple powdered sugar (or you can use light Little Bit and Hubby definitely didn't mind.

  • Fondue

    cubes need to be pretty big, about 2-2.5 cm): Crusty bread (eg baguette), half a loaf, cubed with a bit 3) Light your methylated spirits (being careful not to light the table on fire as you do so) and place When all the cheese is gone, scrape up the crispy bit on the bottom, the religieuse, and share it out It is arguably the best bit! EDIT: We have recently started dipping lightly steamed broccoli. Not what you might call traditional, but it works!

  • Chestnut Pie

    butter, cold and cubed 1/3c milk/whey/plum vinegar syrup Filling 1 kg chestnuts 3 tbsp butter 1/2 c light I would also deliberately use light brown sugar.

  • Pumpkin Pie Soufflé

    reputation for being delicate and difficult, but I've found that essentially a medium-thick roux with the right unfortunately this one deflated before I managed to take a picture, but it had risen beautifully and was light Just as good this time as previously, and definitely worth having a light dinner and this afterwards.

  • Baked Ziti

    As mentioned in Day 67 of The Challenge This was a pre-night shift dinner for me by my husband and went It is a bit of a multi-step process, but so worth it! the mozzarella to them, whisking again. 4) Cook pasta 3/4 of the way there - it still must have some bite mozzarella to melt through. 8) Bake at 180°C for 45 minutes until the top is golden (and has a few crispy bits

  • Days 28 - 36: Hoppin' John, Pumpkin Chilli and Chanterelle Tart

    The Challenge update: With 5 night shifts in the last 10 days, we needed either easy one pot meals, like Lunches continue to be light, the only one of note being a chanterelle tart, and a tapioca pudding with chocolate sauce for dessert one night.

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