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This is a dessert best served cold. It is easy to make.
Sure, you've have French Fries, Sweet Potato Fries and Plantain Fries, but have you ever tried Cassava (Yuca) Fries? Have it one time and you'll be hooked. Very easy to make. You can choose to bread and fry them or cook them as is. I prefer them as is.
Pichi-pichi, made from grated cassava, sugar, and pandan water, are something like large, soft gumdrops with a clean, floral flavor. Pichi-pichi are typically enjoyed in one of two ways: right out of the steamer, while still warm and soft, or at room temperature, when they’re firm on the outside but still quite soft on the inside. No matter their temperature, they’re commonly topped or coated with a generous amount of freshly grated coconut.
Bojo is a rich flourless cake made from grated coconut and cassava. Cassava is a starchy root plant, also known as manioc and yuca. Bojo is flavored with rum and cinnamon, and as is typical of many South American desserts - it's both European and tropical at the same time. Dutch settlers in Suriname most likely learned to use local ingredients like cassava to make favorite foods from home. This cake can be baked in a round or square pan. I like to make it in a graham cracker pie shell, which is not at all traditional. You can find peeled frozen cassava root at Latin food stores.
We love making these simple pita crackers. Cut open a pita bread—whole-wheat or white—and cut each half of the bread into triangles. Brush with olive oil and sprinkle on the flavorings of your choice. You can make the crackers a day or two ahead of time; seal in a plastic bag and keep in a cool spot. This recipe makes 24 crackers, but it can easily be doubled or tripled.
Lavash can be a soft flatbread, but Jessamyn Waldman developed this recipe based on Armenian-style lavash, which is very crisp and dusted with seeds or spices.
This is a twist on the traditional recipe. I did not have the Ranch Seasoning, but I did have a package of "Salsa" seasoning mix. Turned out excellent. I hope you like. I used Saltine crackers, but there is no reason you can't use any you have on hand.
Barking Crackers is a simple candy made with soda crackers and chocolate that is similar to a traditional toffee or bark recipe. Be sure to check the bottom of the recipe for complete instructions for a Passover version of this recipe.
I'm sure there's a real recipe for this out there somewhere, but my sister gave it to me verbally. I think it came from a very old neighbor next to my parents in the south. Children love it and its qu..
Make a double batch of these crackers, which will keep several weeks in an airtight container or in the freezer for up to three months. Serve with high-quality Irish butter.
This recipe goes with Goblin Dip with Bone Crackers
Homemade crackers are so easy to make, I can’t give you a good enough excuse not to make them. For a perfectly shaped cracker, cut the dough with a cutter into individual-sized squares or rounds. Or bake them in sheets and when cool, break them into uneven shards. For an eye-catching assortment, sprinkle some with seeds and others with coarse sea salt.
I got this recipe from a lady at church. It is a great finger food and is easy to prepare.
While doing research for my book Sephardic Flavors, I came across a recipe for biscuits (boyikos de keso) prepared with kasseri cheese and red pepper flakes. Since then, I have made them often to serve to guests before a meal, and they have always been a big hit. One day, while reading the New York Times food section, I saw a recipe for a cheese cracker from a Signora Mustilli from Campania. Of course, I had to try it. Her crackers resembled the Sephardic recipe, but were a bit darker because they were double baked, like many sweet biscotti. I entered a phase of biscotti madness, trying many variations. In this recipe, I have added black pepper to a basic Parmesan dough, as I loved the subtle buzz of heat in the Sephardic cheese cracker. (You may cut back on the pepper, but I think you will like it as is.) I have included two variations as well—both delicious, so I could not leave them out. These are perfect crackers to serve with a bowl of olives or a plate of prosciutto and a glass of sparkling wine.
Easy to make, and tastier than store-bought
An old-fashioned cake worth repeating!
Why this isn't as popular as it once was, I will never know.
A wonderful, very rich pudding recipe that is one of our family's favorites. My husband's grandma makes it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. This delicious dessert never lasts long, and it's very filling, too.
This graham cracker crust is not as sweet as most others. It's simple and delicious, and can be used for almost any kind of pie. Best with pumpkin or chocolate!
This excellent chocolaty crust is lower in fat than most. Cocoa powder and nonfat yogurt make it delicious without adding lots of excess calories.
Chefs Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison serve these buttery salt- and spice-accented crackers with Bacchanalia's cheese plate; the crackers are also nice on their own.
“I make this dip to serve at home or take to parties. I'm always asked for the recipe, so now I set several copies alongside the dish. Only takes 5 ingredients and 10 minutes!” Sue Harville - Orange City, Florida
This is a wonderful dish! I haven't had the good fortune to have tried the original recipe at Cracker Barrel, but it it's anything like this, it's a winner for sure! Creamy chicken filling with a wonderful cornmeal crust that turns a golden color! It's a keeper for sure!
A recipe from a co worker of mine. This is a really tasty snack that is great around the Christmas season. Can't get enough of
I made this little appetizer up in a pinch one day (when I was out of eggs and Mean Chef was coming to dinner). Most people do not see dates sliced like this, but they look so artful and the sweetness of the dates matches well with the tart cheese.
Natalie Chanin, who has a clothing label called Alabama Chanin, makes cheddar crackers with a deep cheesy flavor and a crispy, blistery texture. She adds a touch of cayenne pepper for kick.
Imagine two food favorites--graham crackers and whipped cream--in one wonderful cake. The results are heavenly!
One handful of these crispy oyster crackers is never enough. Taco seasoning and chili powder give the munchies a fun southwestern flavor. Partygoers always come back for more. - Diane Earnest Newton, Illinois
Special occasions call for extraordinary snacks. I use white wine and ranch dip mix to dress up plain wheat crackers. They're great to munch on anytime!—Sandra Cole, Danville, Pennsylvania
How sweet it is! This light version has only about half the fat of a traditional graham cracker crust, but all of the flavor.
I enjoy making these brownies for last minute bake sales and family gathering alike," shares Cathy Guffey of Towanda, Pennsylvania. "My grandmother first baked them nearly 50 years ago, and they're as popular today as they were then!
Family and friends will munch this fun mix of crackers, nuts and ranch dressing by the handfuls! "Everyone is sure to find something they like," writes field editor Sharon Nichols of Brookings, South Dakota. "If not, substitute other snack packages to vary the flavors."
No one needs to know how easy these tofee crackers are! Try them with a variety of different toppings! Plain chocolate, with nuts, coconut, candies, etc. The sky is the limit!
My kids Love these crackers they are great for snacks. Don't be afraid to put the pepper in they are not the least bit spicy. Tip: I mix the dough in a food processor works GREAT.
This gluten free Herb Cracker is egg free as well!
Active time: 25 min Start to finish: 3 hr
Mom's graham cracker pudding pie. Everyone loves it. Best served with a huge scoop of whipped cream!
Chocolate chip cookies with a few more ingredients. Oatmeal, coconut, and cereal make them very good and chewy.
This thin, crunchy cracker is a nod to traditional Swedish knäckerbröd, or crispbread. The hearty combination of rye and wheat flours, touch of honey, and toasted sesame seeds and spices all add a surprising depth of flavor. This easy yet impressive homemade cracker complements cheese and Pickled Herring, or use it to scoop up a simple seafood salad. This recipe was featured as part of our Summer Solstice menu.
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