This made some of the nicest hot cross buns I have ever tasted. I used the same dough as for the Asian Style Pain de Mie but added:two very generously heaped teaspoons of mixed spice (I made my own and used these ratios which I found on the internet)16 parts cinnamon 8 parts coriander 4 parts allspice 2 parts ginger 2 parts nutmeg 1 part ground cloveI used whole spices and ground them up in a coffee grinder. I think using my own freshly ground spices made all the difference to this dough. …
Nori is known and loved as a wrap for sushi, but you don’t need a gob of rice to enjoy the mild-flavored, toasted sheets of seaweed. Toasted nori sheets can be ground into powder (a coffee grinder works well for this) and the powder can sprinkled liberally as a seasoning for meat, seafood, vegetables, sauces […]
Antique Indian or Eastern Small Repousse Brass Coffee Pot with Elephant Trunk Spout 1900s
Hmong Can Cook: Chicken Laab this recipe has beautiful pictures through out and great tips. I roast my own rice and grind it into a powder in a coffee grinder I use only for grinding spices. Easy breezy!