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Gave this recipe a go. Personally, not quite for me. The high liquid content, yes, makes it moist however I feel the recipe ends up being too sweet without the rich taste you’d expect from a Vanilla cupcake.
“Made with 2 avacados, the juice of a small lemon, onion and one chopped tomato. Did add the salt. Didn’t realize I had forgotten the green chilis until it was ready to go on the table. Didn’t miss them and the guacamole was terrific! Will definitely add this to my recipe file as a keeper.”
Ever wonder how to make guacamole? Get the most delicious guacamole with this recipe! Just whip together this recipe for easy guacamole with your favorite ingredients.—Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas
Oh also, husband accepted it, and even agreed to pack for lunch tomorrow. It’s a win! I thought they were delicious. I did add some extra chickpeas flour before forming into balls because it was a little wet (and I had the flour in preparation for the fritters tomorrow anyway).
I’m sorry but does the chicken bake skin side down, and then skin side up or vice versa? The directions are “skin side up, then turn skin side up”. I know you mean skin side down in one of these. Which side bakes first? Thanks.
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Grill rounds of homemade pizza dough until lightly charred before adding the toppings.  Use the accompanying recipe for tomato sauce or grab your favorite storebought variety, then scatter fresh mozzarella and basil leaves over the top.
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They do certainly deep fry their chips, I am in Chipotle restaurants in the mornings cleaning their windows and see all kinds of good things going on. They have a person just doing chips in the morning.
Onion works better than pressing plastic wrap against the surface of the guacamole or covering it with water and pouring it off later. Onion is also the best way to keep leftover avocado good—just place an avocado halve in a container with a hunk of onion, seal it with a lid, and it’ll stay good for a couple of days.
I made this recipe and it’s delicious. Kids loved it too. Super easy as a weekly staple. I didn’t have Imitation beef broth so I used Imitation chicken broth. I also added handful of spinach. This is awesome.
I know, I know, just what you’re craving in the middle of summer…a dish that brings the heat! Did I nail it on the head or what? Well, maybe you can entertain this as an idea for a rainy, cool-ish summer evening. We enjoyed it on a night like that just recently! We’ve had a […]
I made this tonight. I realized it’s the perfect meal for an omni & a veg*n. I had some cajun spice, so I added that, along with red pepper flakes. No cilantro for me (tastes like soap), and I used white rice. Fantastic! For my omni son, I diced up some rotisserie chicken and put it in his bowl with cilantro, which he loves. I put some red kidney beans in mine.
Hi Sabrina.. I tried these for our 7th anniversary.. and I made a hydrangea bouquet using these cupcakes.. they were superb in taste and also to look at.. my friends complained that they were soooo pretty to eat..thanks a lot for the recipe… can I use the same recipe to bake a cake….if yes.. which pan and baking temp plz..
This was so easy and your photos look so delicious, but my chicken came out a bit bland. Perhaps the problem was that I pulled the skin off in an effort to be healthier. I have to try this again with the skin, because the ingredients themselves tasted good, and the chicken came out with a lovely color. I suspect the extra crispiness of the skin would have tied it together beautifully.
My favorite are the dark chocolate with pb frosting – I’ve made those several times now. The cupcake is so rich and chocolaty, and the contrasting pb frosting is a match made in heaven. Probably the pumpkin latte comes in second – even though I’ve only made them once. They were really yummy and unique.
“I am surprised how difficult it is to find a genuine guacamole recipe. No need for mayo or sour cream or all the other additives. This is the original, handed down generations, yet the most simple basic way to make Guacamole. I even make it better than my Mother in Law, which is a hard act to follow. 🙂 Make this recipe and you will never go back. Hope you enjoy this like all my friends and family do.”
Sorry to hear that, Danielle. If you end up trying again, you could mix the chicken with the seasonings in a large zip lock bag or a large bowl with a lid. It might get distributed more evenly that way.
I saw her make this recipe more times than I can remember – that’s why I already had the recipe memorized by the time I was about 7 years old. I always looked forward to gathering the avocados from the tree each day and I as always thrilled when she assigned me to make the guacamole.
For this honey sriracha version, I’ve mixed up a marinade/sauce of the basic goodies: garlic, ginger, soy sauce, honey, and brown sugar. I used half brown sugar and half honey to cut costs, but if cost is not your concern, use all honey and no brown sugar. The end product is sweet, spicy, and full of flavor. Plus the thighs are tender and juicy as always. I’ve been eating this all week  over a bed of jasmine rice with a few florets of broccoli.  When I’m leaving for work in the morning I add all three to a container (the broccoli is frozen, from a bag in the freezer) and then they all reheat together in the microwave at lunch time. It’s the perfect little inexpensive and filling lunch!
These cupcakes look so good. They were perfect because they were just what I was looking for. The Pumpkin ones looked so cute, and perfect for fall. Especially if you put them on a candy-corn platter. 🙂 All I can say is Mmmm!
A: You certainly can!  You are also welcome to use any other frosting recipe that you like. This recipe includes a plain chocolate buttercream, or you can use a whipped chocolate ganache or a cream cheese buttercream.
The cake is the recipe my Grandma passed down over 60 years ago, however you are not doing it justice using cream cheese frosting. There is NO better frosting for a red velvet cake than the old fashioned cooked icing.
This turned out fantastic! I flattened them into sliders and sprinkled homemade vegan parm on top. (I shortened the cook time by several minutes) Also, they made awesome mini savory zucchini loaves with marinara instead of a ketchup sauce (I elongated the cook time by several minutes. Perfect texture!!!
I actually JUST went to Georgetown cupcakes last week and was so terribly underwhelmed. Expensive and just not very Dry and flavorless cake paired with sub par frostings. I’ve made many of your cupcake recipies and they are so much better.
Guacamole really is best when made fresh.  But, if need to make it a little ahead of time, put the pits in the bowl with it, along with some cut up lime wedges and cover it tightly with plastic wrap on the surface of the guacamole.
I’ve been on a roll lately with the soups and stews, and actually have a few more of those ready to share. (Along with several desserts!) But for today at least, I’m changing it up with this sticky sesame cauliflower recipe.
Let’s talk vanilla. Extract is easiest, I know. Vanilla beans are the best – but at $8 a pop, they really aren’t doable for me (and I never remember to order them online). Instead, I use Vanilla Bean Paste. I love the vanilla flavor it puts into things, and you still get those little black dots all over the cupcake and frosting from the beans.
This simple technique of cooking onions and peppers is a useful way to get your veggie servings in. They’re quite versatile–use these peppers and onions on a burger or sausage sandwich, stuff them into quesadillas or layer them into casseroles.
My grandmother made these for me when I was but a tiny girl; my mother made them as well; I made them for our children and now our children are making them for their children. They are cheerful…and delicious! We made them by just dropping teaspoons full of different colors rather than a rainbow – they were just bursts of color. Thank you for adding this one!
We, vegans, may be out-of-the-ordinary individuals or even seem a little strange to many. However, we still need to eat like everyone else, although ours is most definitely a different type of cuisine. The truth of the matter is that one does not need to be vegan who lives a vegan lifestyle nor even vegetarian to enjoy vegan dishes. When prepared properly with good vegan recipes consisting of fresh ingredients, vegan meals can be quite delicious and, of course, nutritious as well.
Any cake recipe can be made into cupcakes. Place cupcake liners in muffin tins and fill them 3/4 full until the batter is used up. Bake at the same temperature as the cake recipe and check after 15 minutes to see if they’re done.
After I added the cup of water, the batter became very thin and watery. The baked cupcake tasted gummy instead of moist and fluffy. I used a food scale to measure all the ingredients. Do you know where I could have gone wrong?