First of all , hello. I’m new here. I’m 18 and I’m a baking freak,hehe. Ok, now for my question. I’ve asked this at 1 or 2 other places but it seems liek you guys really know what you’re doing:
I’m a cupcake making fanatic and I usually go with Red Velvet. I have something coming up that I’m baking them for and I was wondering, does anyone know a very red red velvet Recipe? Like super red? Or just another cupcake Recipe that you really enjoy.
Very nice recipe thank you
Hi Marisha and welcome!
Next time when you make cup cake’s fill cup’s less than 1/2 way take 1 pkg of cream cheese and 1/2 cups sug and 2 cups of choclate chips mix all togethere than drop 1 tbl spoon into the middel of cup cakes when they are done the cream cheese and chips will be melted in the middle so yummy
I just checked out one of the recipes in your archives – but I didn’t understand it. I’ve always loved Tiramisu – and this particular recipe sounded intriguing UNTIL I read it through. Then I just plain did not understand it. Can someone explain it to me???
The recipe is Green Tea Tiramisu (provided by: Chef Nobu Matsuhisa) and is a dessert.
Here it is:
9 oz marscarpone cheese
3 oz sugar
4 pieces yolk
8.5 oz whip cream
4 oz water
3 oz syrup
0.5 oz green tea powder
0.5 oz gran marineir
- Knead the marscapone cheese until it becomes creamy.
- Beat sugar and yolk until it becomes fluffy.
- At first, add 2 tbsp of (2) into (1) then later, the rest of (2) also add into (1).
- Whip cream until foamy consistency.
- Combine (3) and (4).
- Pour (5) into the mold and put on the green tea cakes which are already cut into 1/4 inch and cover with syrup. After that pour the rest of the syrup into it and repeat the same.
- Finally, strain green tea powder with powder sugar for garnish.
Those directions are CRAZY!!! Please explain. Thanks.
I think the problem with the recipe is it was not written by a natural English speaker.
Here is a recipe I found, but haven’t tried.
Green Tea Tiramisu
* 3 egg yolks
* 1/2 cup white sugar, divided
* 1.5 tsp vanilla extract
* 1 1/4 cup mascarpone cheese
* 24-26 lady finger biscuits
* 1 tbsp fine green tea (macha) powder, plus extra for dusting
* 1/2 cup water
makes one 8x8inch dish
To make syrup, boil water in small saucepan and dissolve 1/4 cup sugar. Remove from heat and slowly whisk into a shallow dish containing the green powder.
In a medium mixing bowl, beat egg yolks with vanilla and the other 1/4 cup of sugar until light yellow. Fold in the mascarpone cheese until smooth and evenly mixed.
Arrange biscuits in one single layer on the bottom of a 8x8 baking dish. Pour half of the green tea syrup over the biscuits and tilt the dish to soak all the biscuits.
Spread half the mascarpone mixture over the biscuits.
Dip the remaining biscuits in the syrup and arrange on top of the mascarpone mixture. Spread the remaining cheese on top.
Lay a piece of saran wrap directly on top of cheese to wrap tightly and chill in fridge overnight.
Dust with generous amount of green tea powder right before serving.
For years I have been trying to get the recipe for a dippinf sauce tjat is served in Japanese steak house. It is a pink sauce that is called eiter Srimp sauce or seafood sauce. Can you help me? marsha Davis email@example.com.