So I saw this Buzzfeed post recently about copycat recipes from chain restaurants and decided to make a chicken burrito bowl for one seeing as my other half was at Oktoberfest.
Now I haven’t been to America, but I figured that since people want these recipes, they must be good!
Recipe for 2
This is a different kind of Experimental Kitchen because I didn’t find this recipe, rather was taught it by the experts 🙂
Of all the cocktails, I enjoy a good Mojito because it’s fresh, tasty and when made correctly, delicious!
I love a good bruschetta, which is why I thought to myself yesterday…why have I never tried to make my own?? It was about time, and I thought I’d share the delicious and simple recipe with you!
Makes enough for 3-4 people as an entree.
Last week we got some new baking dishes and thought we should use them, and because its winter this is a perfect warm dish. Continue reading
My first question here was, what is ‘broiled’?? Turns out, it’s not so hard!
Unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to take pics of this because I made it while we had guests, but I can guarantee that it’ll be yummy! It’s also quick to make and a party pleaser.
Makes 7 servings.
4 bananas (or more, if you have large serving bowls – in this case, 1 banana per person)
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 pinch of salt
1 tbsp melted butter (I don’t have a microwave so I melted the butter in a pan)
Raspberries and/or Strawberries
Frozen Yoghurt/Ice Cream of your choice
1. Pre-heat the oven at about 150 degrees celcius and if using frozen fruits, defrost now.
2. Halve the bananas lengthwise.
3. Mix the sugar and pinch of salt. Optional: you can mix in some cinnamon as well.
4. Brush the bananas with the melted butter and sprinkle with sugar mix.
5. To broil the bananas: Wrap the bananas in foil and put into the oven for about 3 minutes.
6. Serve the bananas with the raspberries/strawberries (I used both!) and top with a scoop of ice cream/frozen yoghurt. Additionally you can add shaved chopped chocolate and nuts, or just make a dessert bar so everyone can customise their banana split!
When the evenings get cold, a stew is the perfect, comforting solution.
It’s heating up over here in Germany, but in many parts of the world it’s stew time, so here is something to keep you warm and satisfied.
Recipe for 2-3 Portions.
This one is for next year, or just whenever you want something yummy to snack on! I actually baked these on Anzac Day (for a bit of home) and used them as a dessert, served with vanilla ice cream and creme brulee ice cream. They turn out a bit chewy which is awesome.
Makes approx. 20 cookies.