Raspberry Pie with Vanilla Sauce

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This recipe for Raspberry Pie with Vanilla Sauce comes from Pike at ArtKoppi

On my menu for this weekend. Have you cooked with rhubarb? If so, what did you make?

Easy and quick rhubarb pie

1 egg

3 dl sugar

3.5 dl cream milk

6 dl wheat flour

3 tsp baking powder

100 g of butter

1 l rhubarb (or raspberries or apples)

Beat the eggs and sugar in a mess. You can also choose to float the mixer. Add the cream of milk. Add the flour and baking powder. Finally, add the melted butter and stir. Spread the dough on a baking sheet on a baking tray and sprinkle over the rhubarb. Bake for about 1/2 hour at 200 degrees. Serve with vanilla sauce though. (Google translator)

I made it like this, but next time I would use more whole grain wheat and almond flour! And with ice cream…

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Homemade Ice Cream

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Photo by Dianne

How To Make The Best Homemade Ice Cream
ByVanessa Greaves
Discover how easy it is to make delicious homemade ice cream that rivals what you’d stand in line for at the best ice cream shops. Once you learn the basics, you can turn out your own small-batch artisanal frozen desserts (you could totally call it that) in any flavor imaginable. Get ready, here’s how to make ice cream at home!

French or Philly?

Homemade ice cream comes in two basic styles: Custard-style (also calledFrench) and Philadelphia-style (also calledNew YorkorAmerican).

  • Custard-style ice creamstarts with a cooked base enriched with egg yolks, sugar, and cream. This style of ice cream has the smoothest, creamiest, richest texture and flavor.
  • Philadelphia-style ice creamcontains no eggs, eliminating the need to cook a base. The texture is lighter and more delicate than custard-style ice…

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Catch More Flies with Vinegar Than Honey

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Vinegar is having a moment right now, bolstered by the rising popularity of experimental pickling, increasingly sour drinks, and infused dressings. Perhaps it’s the natural reaction to being saturated in sweetness from morning to night, a palate cleanser in between sugary snacks and unbalanced entrees, that’s driving the trend. Whatever the case may be, it’s hardly an innovative thought; early American pioneers were hip to the vinegar hype way before it was cool.

Imagine those cold, dark days, before refrigeration was even a wild dream, when seasonal fruits were far from reach but demands for dessert were still as urgent as ever. Reach into the cupboard and pull out the first viable flavoring agent, and undoubtedly, you’d find a bottle of good old white vinegar in your hand. Blended into a simple, creamy custard and set inside a golden brown crust, classic vinegar pie is a study in careful contrasts…

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CUSTARD COOKIES (In Pressure Cooker)

Ruchi's Veg Kitchen

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This Egg less, Wheat flour short breads are amazing in taste. Melt in mouth, soft , delicious and a perfect Tea-time partner.. Kids will love this healthy cookies with milk or even in snack box.

IMG-20170910-WA0008_wm Wheat Custard Cookies

Share this cookies with your friends as a token of love in upcoming festival season…

When my little one back from school , she loves to munch something or other. In stead of offering daily fried snacks , I feel this cookies are good option. One can check other delicious cookies recipes, which I already posted on blog …Wheat coconut cookies,Wheat Cumin Cookies,Choco Vanilla Cookies, Jam Filled Star Cookies,Wheat flour Nan Khatai,Wheat Almond Cookies, TuttiFutti Nut Cookies….

Here , I will show how to make cookies in pressure cooker. But one can bake easily in microwave too. Preheat the microwave…

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