1Break 3 eggs into bowl and whisk2Add Parmesan to egg mix and stand to one side.3Slice mozzarella ball into 6mm thick pieces4Take 2 slices of bloomer and add slice of ham to bottom slice5Top ham with mozzarella slices (covering most of ham)6Add top slice of bloomer and dip in egg mix. Allow to soak then turn over so both sides are soaked with egg mix7Place in frying pan containing slight coating of vegetable oil.
1My niece comes to visit. I had to make her a small gift :)2Things you& 39;ll need:3Cut small pieces of each color.4Roll the red color into circle and press center.5Wrap the red circle with a whith strip.6Now, wrap a green strip around the white one.7Add small black pieces ontop of the red circle.8Gently squeeze it all.
1Preheat the oven to 375 F. Cover the bottom of a baking sheet with parchment paper. In a small bowl, combine the salt & pepper. Sprinkle & pat this mixture onto both sides of the chicken.2On a large plate, place 1 chicken breast smooth side down, narrow end closest 2 you. Place 1 tbsp of pesto onto the center of the breast.
1Grab a box of baking soda (not baking powder) and a bottle of vinegar. Time for a natural cleaning of you kitchen or bathroom drain.2Dump 1/4 box of baking soda (not baking powder) down the drain first.3Dump 1/2 a cup of vinegar down the drain.4You will start hearing the vinegar fizzing with the baking soda.
12Start I& 39;n a defensive stance, knees bent in triple threat.3Move ball to shot pocket. Shooting hand in the center of the ball and your off hand resting on the side for guidance4Use your legs and less of your arms to extend bringing the ball higher5Extend all the way. Make sure to follow through high and hold it!
1Make sure the salt is non-iodized, otherwise your lemons will have a strong aftertaste2Meyer lemons produce a milder flavor, but any kind will do3Wash your lemons and dry them completely4Wash and dry the jar(s) you plan to use. Any size jar will work. Sterilization is not necessary for this kind of preserving, since the citrus and salt will work together to preserve the lemons5Optional spice: bay leaves6Optional spice: whole peppercorns7Optional spice: dried chilies8Slice your lemon in half, then slice in half almost but not entirely through the rind, then repeat that cut again so the lemon is quartered, but still in one piece9Here the lemon is quartered, but still in one piece10Add salt to cover the bottom of the jar.
1Use a pushpin to make a hole inside the center top of each egg. To make it even bigger, use a skewer an twist until your hole is large enough to fit a piping tip.2Close up of skewer3Once piping tip or funnel is in place, pour whatever juice or liquid you& 39;d like into the egg. I recommend pouring over a sink just in case you spill!
1Apply Heat Protectant2Take a small section of hair3Wrap around two fingers4Slip curl off fingers5CAREFULLY transfer into flat iron (takes practice) and hold for 5-10 seconds6Ta- Da :D Perfect lose curls (Hairspray optional)7Continue all the way around(:8Tips: For Smaller and Tighter curls, wrap around one finger and hold for longer For larger and looser curls, use three fingers and hold for less.
1700 g of water is about 3 cups and I heated the water for 30 seconds in the microwave to 80°2I created leaven the night before adding 200 g of water and flour into the existing starter. It is ready to use now and I& 39;ll add 200 g of it into the dough.3Measuring the length and into a cup measure4I add the leaven to a metal bowl.
1It starts at Costco (or anywhere else with quality meats!)2This is the kind that gives me the best results. Experiment with different cuts?3Wrap them in tin foil for a quick visit to the freezer. This step is to make the meat firm so it& 39;s easy to slice thin and even!4About four hours in the freezer.
2.9kViews69LikesExplore ›Gardening4 StepsSuppliesEmbed691To trim the dead pieces of the orchids base get a strong set of scissors0Comment Comment 2Used broad thick scissors0Comment Comment Recommended For You3Cut at a diagonal angle and NOT too close to the healthy roots0Comment Comment 4And that& 39;s that!
1Get all your supplies ready and accessible.2Clean the soles of your shoes using rubbing alcohol.3Get ready to paint your shoes white, this will be the primer for the color.4Paint one coat of white, just enough to cover the entire sole.5Let your primer coat dry fully. Should take about 10 minutes.6Get your color of choice ready, be sure to clean your brush with nail polish remover between colors.
1Basmati Poodina yogurt and lime2Deep fry the onions3Take a non stick pan4567After marinade cook the chicken for 5 min.8On top of chicken put a layer of half boiled basmati rice then fried onions...9On top of fried onions add another layer of rice...10Then for toppings add Poodina leaves and coriander leaves.
1Preheat oven to 350.2Butter a 9x13 inch baking dish.3Line with tinfoil and butter that too!4Measure out all your ingredients first. It makes the process easier.5Whisk together flour, baking powder and salt.6Bring water to a simmer.7Place chocolate and butter in a heat proof bowl.8Place over simmering water.
1Spray a cookie sheet with olive oil (if you don& 39;t have a sprayer, lightly brush it on)2Take your bunch of kale & rinse it well, shaking off excess water & blotting it on a paper towel.3Break a leaf from the bunch & blot it a little more with the paper towel. Make sure your kale is pretty dry, as it will take longer to bake to make it crispy.
1Take the frozen broccoli and put them in a pot2Add one kitchen glass of water3Add salt4Add one tablespoon of olive oil (extra virgin)5Put the cover on the pot6Put the pot on the fire7Mix from time to time with a wooden spoon until all the water gets absorbed (5 min apx)8When all the water has been absorbed, broccoli& 39;s are ready to be served!
1This delicious one pot meal is great as a midweek supper or dressed up for an informal dinner party. it& 39;s very adaptable and measures are adjustable to your taste. It& 39;s nearly Paella - but not quite!2Chop the onion and the peppers into small pieces about 1/2 cm.3Chop the chorizo into small 1/2 cm chunks.
1put three gallons of cold water into a large cooking pot.2add two teaspoons of gypsum. make this beer go down smooth.3pull out your sack of cracked grains. you can get this for your local brew craft store. also grab your cheese cloth.4empty your grains into said cheese cloth. do NOT swing this around the room however tempting that might be.
Turn your cables and cords into beautiful decor.3.1kViews115LikesExplore ›Arts & Crafts4 StepsSuppliesEmbed1151Start by cutting your yarn into two strands and tying a knot at one end of your cord.0Comment Comment 2Wrap strands over each other around cord.0Comment Comment Recommended For You3Finish by tying another knot.
1Recalibrate Baratza grinders listed above. This guide shows re-calibration to a finer grind.2You will need a standard flat head srewdriver and a fine point Phillips head.3Remove the outer case: start with screw driver placed vertically into the gap.4Lever down and push screwdriver in and up about half an inch.