Grease the yeast with sugar, add water and flour, mix and leave to rise. Sift the flour. In a bowl put salt, flour, mayonnaise, yogurt and mix. Add water and knead a non-stick dough. Cover with a towel and leave to rise. After it has risen, place it on the floured table, knead a little more and put it in the tray.
Dish typeIngredientsMethodCuisinesDiet & lifestylePopular collectionsOccasionsRecipesDish typeCakeCelebration cakesBirthday cakeThis recipe came from my gran and dates from 1938. This works well as a birthday cake, iced with buttercream icing.34 people made thisIngredientsServes: 24 350g caster sugar75ml hot water375g sifted cake flour3 teaspoons baking powder1/2 teaspoon salt175g butter3 eggs1 teaspoon vanilla extract150ml milkMethodPrep:30min ›Cook:30min ›Ready in:1hrPrepare burnt sugar by placing 1/2 of the caster sugar into a heavy frying pan over medium high heat, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon as sugar melts.
Cream: First we prepare whipped cream. Beat the whipped cream in the mixer until it hardens, then add the honey and continue mixing at the lower stage of the mixer. We put the whipped cream in the fridge until the cake is assembled. Basket ornament: I saw this technique earlier on youtube and I really liked it!
RecipesDish typeDrinkCocktailsSummer cocktailsThis alcoholic drink is sweet, fruity, refreshing and delicious. It& 39;s the perfect summer drink to enjoy all year long. Melon liqueur is stirred with ice, sweet and sour mix, vodka and lemon lime flavoured fizzy soft drink.14 people made thisIngredientsServes: 1 1 cupful ice cubes85ml melon liqueur4 tablespoons sweet and sour mix2 tablespoons vodka4 tablespoons lemon lime flavoured fizzy soft drinkMethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5minFill a tumbler with ice cubes and pour in the melon liqueur, sour mix, vodka and lemon lime soft drink.
Tootsie Rolls — The DoughWhile Tootsie Rolls seem like a mystery to many, we were pleased to learn that creating your own is really as straightforward as making dough. Butter, milk powder, and a few other ingredients are just blended together to get a sticky, thick dough used to make the bite-sized candies.
Nobody wants to turn on the oven in the summer. And when it’s light until almost 9 p.m. every night, I’d much rather head outside and fire up the grill. The best part? No matter what food or recipe I& 39;m trying to tackle, I can grill it.No joke: You really can grill it all. Here are some basic techniques to keep in mind, plus advice on how to cook almost any kind of food over the coals.