Everyone knows I don’t follow recipes…so here is the brain dump from a inspiration I saw on Pinterest.
2 avocados , 1 box cake mix and enough sour cream to make the batter moist. Bake in your favorite greased and floured baking pan at 350 until the toothpick comes clean.
I used low fat cream cheese and yogurt to make the frosting. Really yummy!!
Be inspired! Be Well!
Found this little spice grinder for 4 bucks at Marshalls. GREAT find!!!
If you ever see one you should snatch it up. Grinds great and doesnt take up much space. It is a great design the rubber on the handle makes it easy to grind spices and the small container makes for easy dumping.
If you love the peanut sauce you get in Asian restaurants and have failed at replicating the sauce at home I have the ingredient for you.
In the condiment aisle of most Asian grocery stores you will find this paste. They are really easy to use. Break off the portion of your desire and then add hot water to get the consistency you want. You will be very very happy. Keep these stocked in your pantry!!!
My Friend Angie turned me on to the Preserved Mushrooms a couple of years ago. We call it our cRacK sauce.
Winter has officially arrive here in Philly so I thought I would see if I could use the cRacK sauce for Hot and Sour Soup. It turned out AMAZING!!! Done in about 10 minutes. Below you will find the crEATive cooking outline below.
2 cans of Beef Broth
2 TBSP of fresh ginger
1/2 jar of Preserved mushroom
1 stalk of chopped celery – Chopped
3 TBSP of Soy Sauce
3 TSP Rice Wine Vinegar
Tofu or other protein (I didn’t have any today :()
Corn Starch Slurry (2 TSBP of Corn Starch to 5 TBSP of water)
The Gist of It:
Add 2 cans of Beef Broth of to a soup pot over medium high heat.
Grate in about 2 TBSP of fresh ginger. Add 1/2 jar of Preserved mushroom.
Add 1 stalk of chopped celery and 3 TBSP of Soy Sauce.
Make a corn starch slurry (2 TBSP of Corn Starch to 5 TBSP of water). When the soup begins to boil, drizzle in corn start slurry while you are whisking the soup mixture. Crack the egg and drizzle it into the soup mixture.
Add the 3 TBSP of Rice Wine Vinegar
Turn off the heat and enjoy!! Chopped 2-3 scallions to top the soup mixture.
This place is Foodie heaven…great way to start a weekend!! So many secret ingredients here!!
Great german food place.
The Head Nut …hidden gem by the bathrooms.
Lots and lots of bulk staples and spices. Great prices!!
Can I say FRESH tortillas!!!
Going back for the Maple bacon cheese and Lebanon Bologna..more on this later.