For weird combinations that work this definitely qualifies.
As with all chilli recipes, this is one where you'll want to adjust the chilli quantity according to your tastes. I like my chilli hot, and the quantities used reflect this. If you need to store coconut milk, you can decant it into...
4 oz margarine
4 oz caster sugar
4 oz self rasing flour
1 packet chocolate drops (polka dots)
2 tsp coffee essence
3 oz butter
4 oz icing sugar
a little coffee essence.
Cream margarine and sugar, add lightly beaten eggs little by little.
Add the coffee essence and fold in the flour and...
1 lbs crumbled breakfast sausage (cooked)
2 tbsp butter
1/2 cup flour
2 cups coconut milk (unsweetened)
1 cup brewed coffee
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp seasoned Salt
1/4 tsp salt
2 tsp black pepper
Add the butter to large skillet and stir it around...
I have to confess that I would never have dreamed of using coffee in a marinade if it wasn't for the ingredient challenge. We're not 100% taken with this yet. It needs a little tinkering with quantities for our taste but should be fine for more normal palates (we're heavy of chillies at the...
2 tbsp melted butter
1/2 cup brewed coffee
1 cup 100% Maple syrup (non-GMO, Organic)
1 tbsp Amaretto
Mix ingredients thoroughly in stainless steel mixing bowl
Taste. Add extra amounts of any ingredient to achieve a better taste
Chill in refrigerator...
1-1/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour.
1/4 t. salt.
2 T. double-acting baking powder.
1/4 to 1/2 cup sugar.
1/4 cup softened butter.
1/3 cup milk.
1 t. vanilla extract.
For the Streusel Topping:
6 T. softened butter.
1/2 cup sifted all-purpose flour.
1 cup light...
Maybe not an authentic way to make black bean chilli but the combination of coffee, soy sauce and smoky chillies provides a rich and savoury complexity of flavour. Mexican chilli sometimes does contain coffee, of course - but not soy sauce! Its easy enough to make if you use tinned black beans...
Crisp and crunchy and made for dunking, this Italian ‘twice-cooked’ biscuit is traditionally served with Italian dessert wine Vino Santo, rather than coffee. I understand there is an optimum recommended duration for 'biscotti dunking' into Vino Santo!
Its an unusual biscuit because...
This 'easy to make' chutney is great with cheese or cold meats or perhaps with a burger. The coffee adds a beautiful depth and complexity of flavour to the sweet onion. No-one will guess the secret ingredient!
Ingredients: serves 4 - 6 (makes 4 heaped tbsps of chutney)
2 large onions, sliced...
Recipes for coffee breads are not very common - not anywhere near as common as coffee cake. Perhaps its because (as I discovered) you need to use very strong coffee to impart a coffee flavour. Triple the amount of coffee you normally use in relation to water. A good instant coffee will work...
Welcome to the CookingBites Recipe Challenge. Our judge is @MypinchofItaly who won the previous challenge has chosen Coffee as the next ingredient (coffee beans, ground coffee or instant coffee).
To enter, all you need to do is post a recipe featuring coffee as a new thread, tag it...
Does anyone else forgot to boil the kettle before making a coffee? My hubby has twice this week made himself a black coffee with cold water, only to pour it away and try again having actually boiled the kettle this time? Is he the only one forgetting to boil the kettle first?
Cafe Brulot was mentioned in another thread see here. I hadn't heard of it before - its a famous cocktail from New Orleans. Has anyone tried it or made it themselves? Its obviously a very theatrical recipe to make! There are step by step photos here how-make-arnauds-cafe-brulot
This simple recipe to season your rib eye, roasts and / or steaks was published in an old edition of a New York City Magazine called Bon Appetit ..
1 tablsp of Smoked La Vera, Extremadura Pimentón
1 1 / 2 tsps of freshly ground black pepper
1 / 12 tsps of either coriander or...
It might sound strange to use coffee in savoury recipes but its not as uncommon as you might think. There are plenty of recipes using coffee as a rub for meat for example and coffee added to molés too. Perhaps not so many recipes pair seafood with coffee, but I thought why not?
I served this to...
@morning glory asked in another thread if electric tea kettles were common in the US. I can't speak for the entire US because we are such a varied country.
First, I want to address the water issue. In some parts of the US, the water is almost undrinkable. Out here, we have water stores. We...
This was a bit of an experiment - I used a basic chocolate cake recipe but then tweaked it around by adding coffee, dates and raisins. The result is a very grown-up dark rich and moist cake. Its good served as a dessert, with cream.
75 g dates
150 ml strong coffee (I used instant)...
The McDonald's rebrand is in full swing. After revealing new plans to completely revamp its McCafé brand, the company appears to have set its sights on challenging popular high street coffee chains such as Starbucks. The McCafé brand, which was first introduced in the UK in 2012, will be getting...
I live in Serbia, and due to almost 5 centuries under Turkish occupation, we have been left with various food and beverages that originated from Turkey, coffee being among them.
Therefore, we drink something that we call Turkish coffee here. We cook it. You pour some water in a pot...