Almost every dessert we had last week had a blueberry filling. This one is really easy to make. You can serve it with some homemade custard or some ice cream whichever suits your palate. Enjoy the rest of the week!
This bread so good yet so easy to make. At first I was skeptical about adding evaporated milk, because I haven’t used it in years. I contemplated adding milk, or cream or buttermilk but eventually decided against it. Please do not substitute the evaporated milk. It’s the ingredient that gives this bread it’s unique taste. However, you can use lemon instead of lime. I just have a personal preference for lime. Have a great day!
The best part of this bread is the olive oil and rosemary. Please do not substitute the olive oil with other vegetable oils. You can sub the rosemary with oregano or thyme if you wish but my favourite combo is rosemary-olive. I think an addition of some chopped olives would be great too. How was your weekend? Ours was spent watching “Spiderman: Homecoming” Don’t we ever get tired of these fantasy characters? My posting has been rather slow of late. Too many things to do over summer. I wish you a very happy week!
I just had this rice for lunch. It was so good so I decided to take photos and post the recipe. How have you been? I’ve been lazy and busy at the same time. I last posted on 4 of July. This recipe is very versatile. You can replace the chickpeas with beans. I think the red ones would go really well with yellow. You can also sub the potatoes with butternut squash or any other starch you deem desirable. I wish you a lovely evening.
I love the combination of cardamom and beignets. You can add whatever flavour you like when making the dough. The beignets are not too sugary after all they’ve been sprinkled with confectioners sugar. I wish you a pleasant week!