We’ve all been there: You buy a large quantity of an ingredient for one recipe, and then you’re stuck not knowing what to do with the rest of it. A common culprit? Amaretto liqueur, which is often used in almond-flavored butter cookies. But after you’ve added one tablespoon to the batter, you’re left with a bottle full of almond-flavored liqueur. Well, now’s the time to try your hand at a new cocktail: a deliciously refreshing Amaretto sour. The “sour” element comes from two types of citrus, freshly-squeezed lemon juice and a slice of orange. Garnish with a cherry for a pretty presentation.Watch the video above to find out how to make an Amaretto sour, and read on for the easy recipe instructions and five ingredients.
There are a lot of really great things going on in this recipe. First off, you’ve got a rich cookie dough, which includes 2 extra egg yolks for chewy goodness. Then, there are the mix-ins: oats, and a mixture of whatever you’ve got lying around. The idea is that almost anything works. And lastly, this recipe gives you the instructions to make four batches of your own break-and-bake cookies. It’s a dangerous thing to have in your freezer, but it’s a fact that life is at least 150% better when you have cookie dough ready to bake off.
You know what I’m talking about: those sweet, creamy little swirls of ice cream clustered together in a small cup, covered in colorful toppings. Rolled ice cream is a frozen dessert that originated in Thailand, often referred to as 'Thai rolled ice cream' or 'stir-fried ice cream.' Many will recognize the creamy concoction as the treat that floods their Instagram every summer. If you thought you could only buy rolled ice cream from the pros, we have good news: it’s super simple to make your own version from scratch, and believe it or not, you only need 2 ingredients. Here’s how to make rolled ice cream at home.
Browning the chicken first gives this comforting one-bowl meal its flavor—and eliminates the need for chicken broth.
Once you’ve made your own fresh, homemade salsa (also known as pico de gallo), you might never go back to store-bought. For this easy salsa recipe, start with juicy plum tomatoes—known for their crisp texture—and then mix in onion, cilantro, lime, garlic, and jalapeño. As for the heat level, the seeds are the key. Not so into spice? Skip the small white seeds inside the jalapeño. Want to go hot? Keep ‘em in. Serve this easy salsa recipe with tortilla chips, over fish tacos, or to brighten up your morning scrambled eggs.
The mashed potato topping turns golden and crisp as it bakes; it’s the perfect vehicle for sopping up the delicious beef stew underneath.
For warm cinnamon rolls that don't take all day, puff pastry is your new BFF.
This delicious (vegan) snack only requires four ingredients.
Cooking jasmine rice is one of those seemingly simple tasks that is actually pretty difficult to master, even for some professional cooks. But once you master the technique, you’ll be steaming to perfection in no time. One of the big problems people encounter is rice stuck to the bottom of the pot. This is actually a sign that you’ve nailed the jasmine rice-to-water ratio. To release it, all you have to do is remove the pot from the stove, and let it rest, covered, for 5 minutes. The starchy grains will magically release from the bottom for a perfectly cooked batch of jasmine rice.
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Eggplant is the best kind of vegetable, which is to say, it's a multi-tasker. Not only is it a healthy meat substitute, it can stand up to being grilled, fried, or baked (like in eggplant parmesan or eggplant rollatini), and it's delicious roasted, stewed, or sautéed for ratatouille?or a healthy dip. Bonus: learning how to cook eggplant is actually pretty easy if you start with these simple eggplant dishes and cooking methods. RELATED:?Here's Why You Need to Try Japanese and Chinese Eggplants