Posts Tagged ‘baking soda

14
Sep
17

Re”PETE” recipe : banana bread

This is a recipe banana bread that was made a second time, https://recipereminiscing.wordpress.com/banana-bread/

Now it came out a bit lighter and I noticed that the sour cream when mixed with the baking soda bubbled more than the first recipe.

No chocolate chips in this recipe.


27
Jul
17

Blueberry Sour Cream Pound Cake

Here’s a recipe that Diane made, a rich sweet pound cake. A small slice suffices even without coffee.

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/70828/blueberry-sour-cream-coffee-cake/

 

21
Mar
15

marble cake

A cake doesn’t have to be just for special occasions, a cake can serve as a simple dessert and a lot more cost effective than buying store bought cakes and pastries.

This is just a modification of a previous recipe, reserve a portion of the batter usually 1/3 to 1/2 , and mix in chocolate, usually melted, to the reserved batter.

(https://pmetro.wordpress.com/2015/02/13/favorite-yellow-cake)

Now spoon or layer in the chocolate batter over layers of the plain batter. Swirl the batter now, in the cake pan, with a knife.

Bake as usual.The cake along with bread recently baked.

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01
Mar
15

Brunch wraps

(Hi there, Happy March First)

a little different spin on tortilla wraps utilizing what ingredients I have on hand.

Sauté.

 

some red beans added and mashed….

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set aside  flour tortillas, flour and bit of crisco (don’t cringe), salt and a bit of baking powder, add water, mix and refrigerate while sauting. I didn’t get pictures of making those , for now I’m tethered by the charging cable, low battery, and tyring to blog and photograph on the fly with the wordpress mobile app.
(the radio announcer ,says that only 40 % of people are connected to the internet, in my earphones)
coffee is  java estate pancoer…. light roast….

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getting ready for assembly..

adding some cheese…. Monterey Jack…

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didn’t preheat the oven , so microwaved 👋 the tortillas

looks like grapefruit will be the fruit addition to the plate.

WYSIWYG photography !
(I ate 2 wraps and 2 sections of grapefruit !)
30
Nov
14

The basic cookie

Not a big fan of cookies , but somehow it’s necessary to get chocolate incorporated into your diet. Another requirement, a simple recipe.

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How about a one bowl, no mixer required. just the use of your hand(s) recipe.

Don’t actually recall how I found this recipe, possibly a twitter link but whatever some conversion from grams to ounces was required and maybe some translation if your not up on your french.

First the method:

Cut up the butter

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Add the sugars, mash together with your fingers

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The egg….

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The flour….

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Mix with your fingers again…

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Mix till incorporated….

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until it forms together…

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for ease of division, form into logs….

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Divide as to how large you want the cookies

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Place on the cookie sheet flatten slightly, and bake..

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Voila !

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OK ! enough pictures ?

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Now the particulars, by the way this is the second recipe, as I cut back on the flour from the first attempt. The first recipe was good also if you like the cookies a bit on the caky  side.

The ones pictured in the video (reference to follow) look very thin and crispy. If you are a cookie expert you can adjust the ingredients to your liking and cook till desired crispness is achieved. I note that not using a mixer (electric etc.) they are more towards a sugar cookie finish, being that mine where a bit on the grainy side. My joke, was that you need permission  from your dentist to eat them. To me a cookie is a cookie so I didn’t fret. (and they didn’t last long being on the counter and brought for working lunch either!).

So ! here’s the link that sold me on the ease of this recipe…

http://www.lexpress.fr/styles/saveurs/recette/video-les-inratables-de-jean-francois-piege-les-cookies-de-philip_1623334.html#cyvTlqxdUxGHMkoS.99

10 ounces flour , 2 cups
1/2 teaspoon sodium bicarbonate, baking soda
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
6 ounce butter
6 ounce brown sugar
4 1/2 ounces sugar
1 egg
8 oz chocolate (Don’t be a whimp, 60% or better chocolate (chips))
400 degree oven
Try less flour 9.4 oz by weight, about  1 and 1/2 cups.

I would like to press this (cookie dough) into a large round in a spring form pan, bake , and build a ice cream cake on top !

Thanks for stopping by Sweet Tooth !

made before the holidays, more drafts to post, now turkey soup I’m working on.

Bonus photo my “kitchen” at my day job !

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06
Apr
13

Malted barley sour dough cranberry pancakes

Grind a small amount of malted barley ( used for brewing beer). Add to flour, about 1/2 cup of all purpose flour.
(I had a small amount of smoked Wyermanns malted barley ,and ran it through the finest setting on the coffee grinder, not spent grain but raw malted barley grains )

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Round out the dry ingredients with sea salt, raw sugar, and baking powder, 1 teaspoon baking powder, the other ingredients by preference

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Wet ingredients include :1 egg, oil, and sour dough starter. The amount of starter gaged by the thickness of the batter.

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Boil some cranberries approximately 1cup, in a small amount of water, some will pop

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Prepare a griddle or frypan, mix up dry and wet ingredients, add cranberries.

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Cook and serve.

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The sour dough starter and baking powder gives the flour and ground grains in the pancakes lightness so they aren’t heavy. Good flavor with the tartness of the cranberries. Even though a small batch of pancakes they are filling.

16
Mar
13

“Fruit Loops” citrus cake

Adapted from Better Homes and Gardens , Complete Step by Step Cook Book , 1987

A change up from chocolate cake, something different and lighter. My daughter described the taste like Fruit Loops (breakfast cereal). I agree !
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