1/2 plain flour
1 1/2 cups milk
1/2 sour cream
filling ingredient choices
sliced crab sticks
- Grease a quiche dish
- Mix the quiche ingredients first
- Add the filling of your choice
- Pour into greased quiche dish
- Add grated cheese on top
- Bake in a moderate oven for 1 hour.
The filling mixture is the secret to any great Baklava. The filo pastry and unsalted butter is what you play with to hold the mixture. The syrup is up to you but always use warm baklava to cold syrup.
4 cups almonds
1 1/2 cups butter
1 teaspoon cinnamon
4 tablespoons sugar
4 oz or 125 gm butter
3/4 cup sugar
3 ripe bananas
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
3/4 cups self raising flour
3/4 cups plain flour
1 teaspoon bicarb soda.
Place in a blender and mix until smooth.
Cook in a moderate oven for 20 – 30 minutes.
125 gm or 4oz philly cheese
1 teaspoon butter
2 cups icing sugar
Beat well and smooth onto cold cake.
My mum has a rolled up notepad of recipes that she no longer cooks, but were her signature dishes that everyone adored. Before theses recipes are lost, I thought I would share these with you. As I test them out, I’ll post up the finished product and steps along the way.
1 cup oil
1 cup self raising flour
2 cups coconut
1 cup sugar
3 teaspoons baking powder
2 cups sugar
2 cups water
- Place the syrup ingredients in a saucepan.
- On a low heat, stir until the syrup forms.
- Allow to cool and then start on the cake.
- Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl, then add the wet ingredients.
- Place in a round tin.
- Bake in a moderate oven.
- Check after 20 minutes.
- Bake until golden.
- Pour the cold syrup over the warm cake slowly.
- Spread the syrup over the cake and watch it glisten.
Once I got over my head cold, I reviewed my winter wardrobe and realised that having some tops that can be layered or at least cover my chest, was something that might help me avoid catching cold again.
One Saturday in early May, I took my Mum to Pitt Trading and once we had lunch at the Intersection, we chose a couple of grey knit fabrics. Both pieces have 5% spandex and 15% wool. I’ve now made this into Kwik sew tops (2683) and I’ll post up the pictures, once I can figure out what’s gone wrong with my camera.
At The Cloth Shop Melbourne, we saw the nicest fabric. This confirmed that Melbourne sewers have loads of taste and choice. As I’m a bit of a bargain shopper, there was a roll of corduroy, black with a greenish print. The aim of our Melbourne trip was to build green into my wardrobe, so this was perfect. The price of the fabric was more perfect $3/metre.
Once I’d completed my slow walk around the bolts of fabric, imagining ‘what could be’, I found the bargain box and this fabric was peeping at me.
The owner at The Cloth Shop was very chatty and we arrived there at the end of a long day of fabric shopping. If there were cappuccinos in the store, I think we would have stayed longer.
I don’t normally use a red zipper for a black shirt but this is a casual zipper. I wouldn’t try this with properly tailored garments.
The skirt is fully lined because this is a winter skirt and without lining, it clings to my winter tights or fishnets.