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Posted 23 July 2011 - 07:16 PM
Cover bacon in brown sugar, cook it for about 15 or so minutes until it looks done. (It depends oven to oven.)
It's also really great in the microwave too, and you can do it in a frying pan as well.
It's like dog treats, but for humans.
Posted 23 July 2011 - 07:41 PM
Posted 23 July 2011 - 07:41 PM
What do you need?
- 50 grams of cold butter + some butter to grease the ramekins
- 75 g wheat flour
- 50 grams of sugar
- 25 grams almonds
- 1 mango eetrijpe
- 2 teaspoons of syrup (in the Netherlands, you've got 'pouring syrup', it's not as thick as real syrup, but don't know what they call it in English? But I guess you could also use normal syrup)
You also need some ramekins (about 4 little ones) and it takes about 15 minutes to make (:
Oven Time: 15 minutes
How to make:
Preheat your oven at 220 ° C and grease the ramekins with butter. Cut the remaining butter into pieces and place them in a bowl. Rub with your fingertips the flour and a pinch of salt into the butter, you should create a 'breadcrumb-like' mixture. Then mix the sugar and almond mixture. Cut the mango into pieces and add the syrup to the mango (and mix the mango and the syrup a little bit with a spoon or I don't know). Divide the mango mixture among the bowls and add the crumb mixture on top (the crumb mixture should cover the mango texture). Bake the ramekins in the preheated oven for ± 15 minutes until they get a 'golden brown' colour. Just add some whipped cream on top and it's done : D
Posted 23 July 2011 - 08:05 PM
Regardless, creme caramel and creme brulée are my mom's favourite desert so I should try this out, thanks for sharings~
Custard pudding, creme caramel, and flan (what I call it) are all the same thing. Very delicious, regardless of what you call it. ;3
Posted 23 July 2011 - 09:05 PM
125 grams of butter/margarine
55 gramss (allow up 10g more if you like it sweet) of caster sugar
180 grams of flour
~first beat the marge/butter and sugar together till you get a smooth soft paste-y kind of mixture, then bit by bit add the flour, however when mixing in the flour make sure not to beat it to roughly (it's a trick my mum taught me for shortbread so when it is cooked it's softer to bite)
~once it is all mixed together get a greased tray and carefully and softly spit the mixture into 12 equal (or unequal w/e floats your boat) pieces place them on your tray but DON'T squash them down unless you want them to be icky D<
~leave them in the fridge for 20 mins and the move them to an preheated oven of 190'c (gas mark 5)for another 15- 20mins
~be careful not to let them go golden or brown they need to still be pale when you take them out, if you want to check if they've been cooked stick a tooth-pic or somthing towards the middle if mixture sticks to it it'll need longer if not then their done~
some i had made a while ago~ they're shaped liek starfish k
Posted 11 December 2011 - 04:49 AM
Sorry I don't know metric! D:
Salad (No measurements):
Hard boiled egg
Bacon Grease 2 Tbl
Dijon Mustard 4 Tbl
Sugar 2 Tbl
Olive Oil 1/4 Cup
White Whine Vinegar 1/2 Cup
Cook bacon (This would be a good time to start putting together the salad part).
After cooking bacon to a crisp, crumble over your salad.
Drain all but necessary amount of bacon grease out and reheat the pan.
After grease gets warm, whisk in Dijon and Sugar.
Slowly pour in the olive oil and vinegar while you whisk.
Let cool slightly before serving.
Pour dressing on salad just before serving.