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  1. daylight50

    Homemade soup freezer problem

    Hello, I made a big pot of sweet potato and carrot soup about two months ago. I left it go cold and then put portions of it into plastic freezer friendly containers and placed them in the freezer. All along it looked and tasted fine but I took one out yesterday and it had totally lost its...
  2. WhatsCookingMama

    Recipe Homemade Ice Cream

    Here's another round of vanilla ice cream. I'm developing a recipe that uses whole container amounts of ingredients. I save my dehydrated vanilla beans from making vanilla bean sugar. I cook the cream with a bean. The bean stays with the mixture until chilled. It all gets strained prior to...
  3. The Late Night Gourmet

    Homemade Stock vs Store Bought

    I've gotten to the point where I virtually never buy stock anymore: it's so easy to make, and I find that it tastes better than anything I can buy. Plus, I can control the sodium content. My basic stock consists of onion, carrots, celery, rosemary, salt, and water. Then, strain the solids out...
  4. TodayInTheKitchen

    Recipe Fastest Homemade Pizza Rolls

    Homemade Pizza Rolls by TodayInTheKitchen posted Feb 8, 2019 at 9:01 PM Homemade Pizza Rolls are a fast and easy way of skipping those frozen store-bought ones. You know the ones I mean. These pizza rolls are amazingly simple and your family will love 'em. Best of all, the are more healthy and...
  5. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Recipe Homemade Tahini

    With experimentation, I have established that if you are after a really smooth tahini, you need to be using white sesame seeds. Unhulled, brown sesame seeds will give you a slightly grainer, more bitter tahini as will black sesame seeds (obviously these will give you a black tahini). So bare...
  6. detroitdad

    Homemade Wine

  7. morning glory

    Home-made chips (fries)

    I've been making home-made chips (as opposed to cooking frozen oven chips :oops:) over the last few days. This is all to do with having turkey and other cold meat leftovers from Xmas. I like nothing better than cold meats, pickle and chips. I have realised how much better home-made chips taste...
  8. The Late Night Gourmet

    How many things do you have right now that you made?

    As you can probably guess, I make a lot of things, but I don't post all of them. Some are the "support" variety - like sauces - that I don't think about because I'm always making them. I usually just think of whatever the latest Major Project is as "what I made this week". There was a time when...
  9. Shermie

    Have you ever made homemade mayo?

    Have any on you ever made homemade mayo before? I used to years ago! The blender or food processor can do it nicely. When I run out of the store-bought kind, I will start back making my own. I want to see how well my new food processor does it! It should be good. Because it won't have any...
  10. Missie Leigh

    Homemade soft pretzel bites

    I made soft pretzel bites for an appetizer yesterday, and they were outstanding! I didn't get a picture but when I make them again I will. I got the recipe from Sally's Baking Addiction, and followed it exactly.
  11. Elawin

    Recipe Home-made Yoghurt

    I know there have been other posts/threads about home-made yoghurt, but this is the method which works for me! Equipment 7 glass jars, size approx. 180 ml (hint: such as pesto jars, baby food jars, or even the jars that come with the yoghurt maker :giggle:) 7 plastic screw top lids Glass...
  12. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Making your own tofu

    I was reading jn another forum that someone was asking how to make their own tofu. Googling it, I saw a great many recipes on how to do this but the simplest was to treat it exactly as milk and cheese once a suitable soya milk had been identified for use. I tried making it myself and found that...
  13. jennyb

    Home-made sweets (candies)

    Has anyone made home-made sweets? I'm meaning things such as toffee or fudge or even boiled sweets. I'm asking because my grandson is doing a project at school. I have made fudge ages back but that is about all. I'd like to make some sweets with him but apart from fudge I don't have any ideas. I...
  14. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Making Dairy Free Yoghurt at Home

    I recently picked up a yoghurt maker for AUD $10. (That's less than £7.50.) I'm about to try to make my first batch of dairy free yoghurt (being allergic to dairy, this makes sense to me!) and I was wondering why the instructions tell me I must bring the soya milk to the boil and allow it too...
  15. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Yoghurt Makers

    I've just picked up a yoghurt maker for AUD $10. What (else) can I make with it? I think I can use it to make nut cheeses as well as yoghurt which I also want to make. Obviously nondairy ones but my chooks love yoghurt so I can also make dairy based ones. So how do I make yoghurt again and...
  16. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Making home-made custard

    Is there any reason as to why you only use the yolks when making custard? I'm just wondering because I hate waste and don't have any other use for the whites at the moment and can't help wondering why the whites are not used as well.
  17. Corzhens

    Homemade green pizza

    I can't say this is a recipe because I have tasted this green pizza baked by my niece. Well, let me try. First is the crust which is leftover bread, it doesn't matter if it's a sliced bread or bun or even bagel. Just slice the bread so the toppings can be properly placed. Next is the tomato...
  18. Karalyne

    Homemade Low Fat Ice Cream

    A few years ago a friend at work brought me a serving of a new lowfat ice cream she had made. It was absolutely delicious and I was amazed at how much it tasted like real ice cream. Here's the recipe: 1 large banana 1 cup of blueberries, strawberries or blackberries 1 teaspoon of honey Peel...
  19. Diane Lane

    Recipe Homemade Hummus and Tahini

    I haven't made this yet, but I love hummus, and have always wanted to try making it. I'm not sure if I'll make the tahini homemade or buy it when I do get around to making this. Hummus is sometimes expensive where I live, so making my own will be another way to save money, plus it's sure to...
  20. Pat

    Recipe Homemade Kettle Corn

    i/2 cup popcorn 1 tsp olive oil 1 tablespoon sugar In a bowl place the popcorn and cover all of the kernels with the oil. Place the popcorn in a brown bag and shake the the sugar over the popcorn in the brown bag. Place a towel on the plate in the microwave. Fold the bag top to secure and place...
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