Honey: You drink it in your tea and spread it on your bread, but what is honey, really? A thick, golden liquid produced by industrious bees, honey is made using the nectar of flowering plants and is saved inside the beehive for eating during times of scarcity.
Sesame is a popular and essential ingredient in many Middle Eastern cuisines. Sesame seeds are made into a paste called tahini (used in various ways, including hummus bi tahini) and the Middle Eastern confection halvah. Ground and processed, the seed is also used in sweet confections.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or simply ginger, is widely used as a spice or a folk medicine. It is a herbaceous perennial which grows annual pseudostems (false stems made of the rolled bases of leaves) about a meter tall bearing narrow leaf blades.
This Italian dressing mix is a combination of eight pungent herbs that you can store and use to whip up fresh Italian dressing in seconds whenever the mood strikes!.. Great for gifts for co-workers and friends. Read more details and learn how to make it in just few steps! Allrecipes is the No.1 place for recipes, cooking tips, and how-to food videos--all rated and reviewed by home cooks.
I just discovered this site this week and I have made the cashew chicken and the Caesar Salad Dressing. The cashew chicken was wonderful (a keeper recipe) and the Caesar Salad Dressing was equally great. It is similar to the Cooks Country recipe that I had been using but without the vinegar or oil. This is my new go to recipe.
Quick Ranch Dressing: A classic dressing, so much better when homemade. Mayonnaise and buttermilk, chives and mint, if you're inclined. Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing: That luscious blue cheese taste, all homemade, but just as good for dipping celery and wings as dressing salad.
A restaurant salad has salt on it. A great salad almost always has salt in it — and often more than you might expect. Most good restaurants season salad carefully — probably adding salt and pepper directly to the greens, not just the dressing. If you don't usually add salt to your salads, try sprinkling in a little flaky sea salt next time and see if it doesn't taste 100% better.