HOME | FORUM | CONTACT | NEWS & SPORTS | REGISTER NOW
HOME | FORUM | CONTACT | NEWS & SPORTS | REGISTER AS A MEMBER

Login

Username:

Password:


Lost Password?

Register now!
The Kirkcaldy Book
The Kirkcaldy Book Forum Index
   International Dishes
  recipes to share

Browsing this Thread:   1 Anonymous Users

 

 Bottom   Previous Topic   Next Topic
<1...567891011>
  •  Rate Thread
      Rate this Thread
      Excellent
      Good
      Average
      Bad
      Terrible
Poster Thread
Re: recipes to share
#50
The Boss
Joined: 2005/4/22
From
Posts: 695
Level : 23
HP : 0 / 573
MP : 231 / 21081
EXP : 95
Group:
Webmasters
Moderator
Offline
Gelato Blast


You'll Need:
1 pint (2 cups) vanilla ice cream
1/4 cup toasted cashew nuts, coarsely chopped
1 can (439 g) DEL MONTE Fiesta Fruit #OOPS#tail chopped then drained
1 pint (2 cups) mango ice cream
1/2 cup mini marshmallows
1 pint (2 cups) chocolate ice cream


Directions :

1 MIX vanilla ice cream with cashew nuts. Pour into rectangular loaf pan. Freeze. 2 MIX DEL MONTE Fiesta Fruit #OOPS#tail with mango ice cream. Pour over frozen vanilla ice cream. Freeze. 3 MIX mini marshmallows with chocolate ice cream. Pour over frozen mango ice cream layer. Freeze overnight. Slice.

sounds yummy
_________________
Admin Annie - Administrator, Moderator, Mother, GrandMother, Wife, Cleaner, Driver, Seamstress, Psychologist, Cook..... and so on.
Posted on: 2010/7/18 23:07
Create PDF from Post Print
Top
Re: recipes to share
#51
The Boss
Joined: 2005/4/22
From
Posts: 695
Level : 23
HP : 0 / 573
MP : 231 / 21081
EXP : 95
Group:
Webmasters
Moderator
Offline
Dessert- Ice Cream Cake That Is Quick and easy To Make


You'll Need:
250g Sponge Fingers
2ltr tub of ice cream
300ml thickened ice cream
strawberries to decorate


Directions :

Beat cream until thick, and spoon into a piping bag, tip ice cream onto a serving plate. Pipe cream around the ice cream about half way up the sides and then place the sponge fingers, upright around the ice cream. They will be kept in place by the cream, place the remaining cream on the top of ice cream and then place stawberies on top. Serve immediately.
_________________
Admin Annie - Administrator, Moderator, Mother, GrandMother, Wife, Cleaner, Driver, Seamstress, Psychologist, Cook..... and so on.
Posted on: 2010/7/18 23:12
Create PDF from Post Print
Top
Re: recipes to share
#52
The Boss
Joined: 2005/4/22
From
Posts: 695
Level : 23
HP : 0 / 573
MP : 231 / 21081
EXP : 95
Group:
Webmasters
Moderator
Offline
Dessert - Chocolate Fondue


You'll Need:

375g good quality milk or dark chocolate, break into small pieces
3/4 cup whipping cream
3 tablespoons liqueur, brandy, or rum


Directions :

Combine cream and liqueur. Add chocolate pieces and microwave on high for 1 minute. Stir well. Microwave another 30-60 seconds, or until chocolate melts. Transfer to fondue pot and keep warm using a medium flame. Serve with fruits, cake or marshmallows.

How yummy makes your mouth water
_________________
Admin Annie - Administrator, Moderator, Mother, GrandMother, Wife, Cleaner, Driver, Seamstress, Psychologist, Cook..... and so on.
Posted on: 2010/8/10 0:41
Create PDF from Post Print
Top
Re: recipes to share
#53
The Boss
Joined: 2005/4/22
From
Posts: 695
Level : 23
HP : 0 / 573
MP : 231 / 21081
EXP : 95
Group:
Webmasters
Moderator
Offline
Almond Baklava (Baklavas Me Amygdala)


You'll Need:
1 3/4 lb Baklava phyllo leaves
4 cup Almond crumbs
1 1/4 cup Butter
1/2 cup Sugar
1 tsp Cinnamon
Syrup
4 cup Sugar
3 cup Water
1/2 cup Honey
1 stk cinnamon
5 whl cloves, up to 6


Directions :

Blanch then chop the almonds. Mix them with the sugar and cinnamon. Brush a medium size baking pan with melted butter. Lay 4 baklava phyllo leaves in the pan, buttering each beforehand. Lay more phyllo on top, this time without buttering them. Sprinkle with chopped almonds. Lay in another layer of phyllo, this time burshing with butter. Sprinkle with almonds. Continue laying in phyllo leaves and crushed almonds in the same way, until only five phyllo leaves remain. Brush these last phyllo leaves very well with butter and lay on the top. Cut away any phyllo ends overlapping the sides of the pan with a sharp knife. With the same knife, cut through the top phyllo leaves, scoring serving size squares in the baklava. Dip your fingers in a dish of water andsprinkle the top layer of phyllo leaves. Put the baklava in a moderate oven to bake for almost one hour. Meanwhile, boil the sugar in the water for five minutes. Add the honey and spices and boil for five minutes more. Remove the spices and keep the syrup hot. Take the baklava from the oven and let it cool. Pour the syrup over the baklava. After it cools, cut the baklava completely through and serve the pieces on a platter. NOTES : 1. For Walnut Baklava: 1. Replace almonds with walnuts. 2. Syrup uses 3 1/2 cups sugar and 1 1/2 cups honey. 2. The baklava can also be made with half walnuts and half almonds.
_________________
Admin Annie - Administrator, Moderator, Mother, GrandMother, Wife, Cleaner, Driver, Seamstress, Psychologist, Cook..... and so on.
Posted on: 2010/8/10 0:44
Create PDF from Post Print
Top
Re: recipes to share
#54
The Boss
Joined: 2005/4/22
From
Posts: 695
Level : 23
HP : 0 / 573
MP : 231 / 21081
EXP : 95
Group:
Webmasters
Moderator
Offline
_________________
Admin Annie - Administrator, Moderator, Mother, GrandMother, Wife, Cleaner, Driver, Seamstress, Psychologist, Cook..... and so on.
Posted on: 2010/8/10 18:58
Create PDF from Post Print
Top
Re: recipes to share
#55
The Boss
Joined: 2005/4/22
From
Posts: 695
Level : 23
HP : 0 / 573
MP : 231 / 21081
EXP : 95
Group:
Webmasters
Moderator
Offline
Canadian Bacon Macaroni and Cheese


You'll Need:

1 cup elbow macaroni
6 strips Canadian-style bacon
2 tablespoons margarine
2 1/2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 cup canned tomatoes, half-drained
1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese

Directions :

Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Add macaroni and cook for 8 to 10 minutes or until al dente; drain. While macaroni is boiling, fry or broil bacon and place on paper towelling to drain. Cut into bite size pieces. Melt margarine in a large saucepan over medium low heat. Stir in flour, then tomatoes and wait for sauce to thicken, stirring occasionally. When thickness is to your liking, stir in cheese until it has melted. Stir in cooked macaroni and bacon and heat through. Serve hot.
_________________
Admin Annie - Administrator, Moderator, Mother, GrandMother, Wife, Cleaner, Driver, Seamstress, Psychologist, Cook..... and so on.
Posted on: 2010/8/10 19:01
Create PDF from Post Print
Top
Re: recipes to share
#56
The Boss
Joined: 2005/4/22
From
Posts: 695
Level : 23
HP : 0 / 573
MP : 231 / 21081
EXP : 95
Group:
Webmasters
Moderator
Offline
Smoked salmon, rocket and ricotta linguine



250g fresh reduced fat ricotta, crumbled

100g smoked salmon, torn into biter size pieces

100g rocket

1/2 cup basil leaves roughly choppped

2 spring onions, finely sliced

1/2 teaspoon finely grated lemon rind

2 tablespoons lemon juice

2 teaspoons olive oil

250g linguine pasta or spaghetti

freshly ground black pepper to taste

1/2 cup shaved parmesan, for serving



Cook pasta.

Stir in riccota, salmon, rocket, basil, speing onions, lemon rind and juice, oil and pepper. Divide between bowls and serve with shaved parmesan, and a crusty bread.
_________________
Admin Annie - Administrator, Moderator, Mother, GrandMother, Wife, Cleaner, Driver, Seamstress, Psychologist, Cook..... and so on.
Posted on: 2010/8/30 23:38
Create PDF from Post Print
Top
 Top   Previous Topic   Next Topic
<1...567891011>

 


 You cannot start a new topic.
 You can view topic.
 You cannot reply to posts.
 You cannot edit your posts.
 You cannot delete your posts.
 You cannot add new polls.
 You cannot vote in polls.
 You cannot attach files to posts.
 You cannot post without approval.

Recent Topics

Most Viewed Forum Topics

Forum Topic Replies Views Last Post
Scottish Dishes recipes to share    [1][2][3]...[16] 110 113099 2016/12/28 20:23
Annie 
Domestic bliss I tawt I taw a putty tat..., local fauna and flora    [1][2][3]...[13] 84 93575 2007/12/25 14:28
bettyboop2544 
My Holidays your favourite holiday    [1][2][3]...[13] 84 90175 2007/8/16 19:39
Annie 
International Dishes recipes to share    [1][2][3]...[11] 74 83843 2016/1/20 2:04
Annie 
Food for thought... Eight legged Aussies    [1][2][3]...[6] 39 62351 2007/1/21 2:37
Annie 
Domestic bliss High views in Dysart, from the top of St Serf's Tower    [1][2][3]...[6] 36 58581 2006/5/20 17:35
Annie 
New Kirkcaldy Book web site updates. KB SITE UPDATES & NEW SECTIONS    [1][2][3]...[5] 30 57259 2006/6/17 20:25
Annie 
Domestic bliss Dysart New Developments    [1][2][3][4] 26 53614 2008/1/4 9:46
Dysartian 
Drop in for a cuppa.. A nice day, summer on the way    [1][2][3][4] 26 47586 2005/8/2 7:21
Annie 
Drop in for a cuppa.. Family Tree Research, Marshalls from Kirkcaldy    [1][2][3] 17 43804 2006/1/7 4:04
Annie 
Copyright © 1999-2012 The Kirkcaldy Book      HOME | FORUM | CONTACT | THEME BY XOOPS FACTORY