Tapioca Starch

Tapioca starch/flour is most often used to thicken glazes, sauces, gravies and baked goods. It stays stable in cold temperatures, so it is good to use for foods that will be frozen. Use tapioca starch instead of arrowroot flour in gravies or other dairy-based recipes. Tapioca is not recommended for use with high acid foods because it loses its ability …

Sundried tomato and olive quickbread

2 1/4 cup All Purpose flour 15 ml Baking Powder 15ml Sugar 5ml Salt 3 Large Eggs 2 Cups Warm Milk 90 ml Vegetable Oil 30ml Chopped Sundried Tomatoes 5ml Black Pepper – freshly ground 5ml Fresh chopped Origano Combine all the dry ingredient in a mixing bowl Combine all the wet ingredients Pour the wet ingredients into the dry …

Self Raising Flour

Easy to make self raising flour. You may be asking yourself what is self-raising flour. Self-raising flour is flour that already contains leavening agent and salt. This just helps you to eliminate a step when measuring your ingredients. Since self-raising flour contains leavening agent you want to switch it out every 6 months or so. Of course you can also …

Fruit pie with crumble topping

Apple Crumble Recipe

This apple crumble is loaded with fruit, has a crispy and light crust with a delectable crumble topping. Cinnamon and Cardamom spice take this desert from delicious to spectacular.

Garden Salad

Garden Salad   1/2 head of romaine lettuce 2 cups arugula lettuce 1 medium carrot peeled and shredded 1 large spring onion sliced 1/3 red pepper 1/3 cucumber sliced into quarter pieces   Rinse the romaine lettuce and shred with a knife Add the arugula lettuce Peel the carrot and sliver with the peeler Cut the spring onion into thin …