1 cup water
1/2 cup white sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup butter, melted
1/2 cup white sugar
1 teaspoon orange extract
1 1/2 cups instant white rice
1 1/2 cups popcorn
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
In a medium saucepan, bring water, sugar, vanilla, butter, sugar, orange extract, rice and eggs to a boil. Mix together and allow to heat through.
In a small bowl, mix together popcorn and walnuts. Stir the peanut oil into the rice, adding just enough to coat. Spread the mixture into a portion of the serving dish.
Bake in a 375 degree F (190 degree C) oven for approximately 30 minutes, until cooked through and served warm.
This is good for veggies, peppers, eggplant, mushrooms, squash, fish, shrimp, chicken, onion rings, and dill pickle chunks. Similar to an old Bisquick recipe. First, before you cook the quinoa, make sure it's very tender, otherwise it will be ruined. Second, wash and double the water, then double the flour, and third, add salt and pepper. Fourth, microwave it for 8 minutes and then rinse. Fifth, while it's cooking, my husband will knock some fresh cilantro leaves out of the bowl he's been using for topping. Sixth, while it's cooking, I'll make rice. Seventh, when I roll up the quinoa, I'll remove the old cilantro and use instead fresh cilantro, which he absolutely adores. Eighth, I'l
I tried this out for a Christmas party... big hit. Maybe because most burritos are this type, I thought it might be a good idea to toast the bread at the bottom before putting it into the thickened condensed milk. I didn't think it was needed, but added it anyway. She took it to a few family parties and it was a hit. The condensation was ok, overall. I'd double the next time I make it.
has been a while since I last reviewed this recipe so I was a little nervous about the outcome. I do not mean for this recipe to seem overly magical or that it is inherently better than it is. The ingredients in this recipe are basic and basic ingredients exist and are used regularly. There is no magic to the dish or to soaking the rice. It is simply that when I make this dish it is so quick and the next morning when I take it out of the marinade it is so mushy and crumbly. I would suggest soaking the rice for about 3 hours, turning it once, then tossing it in a bowl with a little salt and pepper. This ensures even distribution of the marinade. The next morning when I take it out of the marinade it is so supple and well marbled. I did not change a thing and it turned out perfect. Thanks for an
This is the first review Ive written in All Recipes and would give it 6 stars if I could! This dish was amazing is so many ways. The recipe starts out simple with a box of True Lemon and True Orange crystallized fruit. From there we have seven spices and 45 minutes cooking time. I even added 5 drops of Shea Butter to give it a little extra punch. The flavor of the crumbled bacon really enhances the texture of the dough. The seven spices (not the salt and pepper) do not skimp on either. You may need to add more egg whites to achieve the proper ratio of egg to flour. Once I had reached the proper consistency for my flour I used a pastry blender to blend my egg whites until they were creamy. I then used a fork or knife to make fine details in the dough. You may also need to add more flour to achieve a consistency that my