Posts Tagged ‘Gluten-Free’

Law Bok Gow

The recipe below is very basic, but law bok gow is normally studded with savory garnishes and lightly fried on both sides until golden brown. Sometimes spelled luo buo gow or lo bark goh. 6 to 8 servings as dim sum Ingredients Large daikon radish, peeled — 2 pounds Rice flour — 2 cups Water — […]

Slow Cooker Pot Roast

Ingredients One 4- to 5-pound beef chuck roast Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper  2 tablespoons olive oil  4 cloves garlic, coarsely chopped  2 yellow onions, thickly sliced lengthwise  2 tablespoons tomato paste  2 cups reduced-sodium beef broth  1/2 cup dry red wine  2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce  3 carrots, peeled and chopped  3 sprigs […]

Bibingka Especial(Filipino sweet coconut and rice flour cake)

Bibingka is a lightly sweet, moist cake made with rice or cassava flour and traditionally cooked over charcoal in a banana-leaf-lined clay pot. This simpler version can be made in a cake pan in the oven. Bibingka especial, with tasty toppings, is popular in the Philippines during the Christmas holiday season and is eaten after Midnight […]

Makroud el Louse(Algerian almond cookies)

Makes 20 to 24 cookies Ingredients Almonds, whole, blanched — 1 1/4 pound Sugar — 1 cup Eggs, beaten lightly — 2 Water — 2 cups Sugar — 1/2 cup Orange flower water — 1 tablespoons Powdered (confectioner’s) sugar — 3 cups

Pão de Queijo

Makes about 20 rolls Ingredients Milk — 1 cup Oil or butter — 1/4 cup Salt —  1/2 teaspoon Yuca (cassava) flour — 1 pound Eggs — 3 Grated parmesan cheese — 1 cup Modern Brazilians can purchase packaged mixes or buy pão de queijo from street vendors, but homemade is best. Serve with coffee […]

Cachapas(Venezuelan fresh corn pancakes)

4 to 6 servings They are sold as road-side snacks in Venezuela, wrapped around queso fresco, mozzarella, chopped ham or chorizo or simply spread with butter, cream cheese or sour cream. Ingredients Corn kernels, fresh or frozen — 4 cups (about 1 1/2 pounds) Cornstarch — 1/2 cup Melted butter or olive oil– 2 tablespoons Sugar […]

Arepas(Venezuelan corn cakes)

Makes 5 to 10 arepas In Colombia, arepas are made a little smaller and are spread with butter or topped with cheese. The cornmeal used to make arepas is a special, precooked type that usually goes by the name masarepa, or masa precocida. It can often be found in Latino markets. The more commonly found masa harina is not […]

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