Bake Crab and Eggs (Bake Fu Yung Hai)

Originally posted on lazymomcooking:
I used to make the fried one and really want to try the bake one. Well, I just think that baking will be less oil. Do you want try it? The preparation is so easy, you only need more time in baking but it’s all worth it. Here is the recipe…

Spice Rack Chicken

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
This is a super quick spice rub that really packs a punch. I have baked this in the oven but the chicken barbecues extremely well too, just turn regularly and baste with the remaining marinade. Serves 6. Ingredients 1.4kg chicken, cut into 12 pieces 75mls olive oil 1…

Bread and Butter

Originally posted on THE SENTIENT BAKER:
All of this Cornish winter air has me inspired to bake. My surroundings influence my baking behaviour and, in this instance, my surroundings are beautifully windswept and rustic. Muddy lanes, empty beaches and thick, white-washed walls are an earthy palette, reassuringly solid and peppered with the scent of the…

“Naked” Berry Topped Wedding Cake

Originally posted on Penny's Food Blog:
“Naked” Berry Topped Wedding Cake I spent a good part of yesterday making this wedding cake for my friend Chantal who got married yesterday!  Usually I am my own worst critic when it comes to the cakes we make, I only see the flaws but I am really…

Hummingbird Teacake and Chocolate Cookies

Originally posted on Baking , and Everything:
Hi everyone! I’m just popping in to let you guys know what you’ve missed on Baking, and Everything! Hummingbird Cake doesn’t seem very common (or at all common) in the states, so I made my own, adapted from a beautiful AIP-friendly recipe for Banana Teacake. If you have some…

Yummy (& Slightly Paleo) Carrot Cake

Originally posted on The Roadtrip Cowgirl:
 Hi Guys. Happy National Carrot Cake Day! Well it was officially yesterday, so I guess I’m a little late for the party. I’d say that I’m fashionably late, but if you know me you’ll know the fashion part isn’t really all that accurate. (he he) We don’t observe Carrot…

Rice Paper Wraps

Do you know where to get good ones? Last ones I tried didn’t work out.

Seafood Paella

Originally posted on TwinDays:
Paella, a classic Spanish dish of rice cooked with fish or meat. From Mexican Quesadilla in our last post, we now going to Spain haha. We cooked Paella!  Paella is a rice dish from Spain that has become very popular and is known around the world. It originated from the region called…

Quesadilla

Originally posted on TwinDays:
Quesadilla, a delicious Mexican snack!  A while ago we went to a Mexican take-away, and we ordered this Quesadilla! And ooh yes, we felt in love and we sure have a new favorite snack!  From that moment on, we often make this tasty snack at home! Quesadilla has its roots in the Mexican…

Coriander & Cheese Scrambled eggs

Originally posted on Shivaay Delights:
To add to the flavour of already delicious scrambled eggs with cheese. I decided to put coriander, yes simply coriander! into the mix and my what a result! INGREDIENTS 2 large eggs Handful of chopped coriander Handful of grated mature cheddar cheese 3 tbsp milk Salt to taste 1 tbsp…