Having a go at making Sumendi’s leche frita (fried milk). Just put the mix in the fridge, pretty sure the consistency is perfect, but I’ll find out for sure tomorrow!
Having a go at Thai cooking tonight — making some grilled chicken with satay sauce + cucumber (new favourite flavour combination), as per this recipe.
Tried making some Spanish-style hot chocolate. A little lumpy, and probably not nearly thick enough for @_aitor’s standards, but delicious nontheless!
Heading over to Sumendi, hoping that I do actually have a reservation. Everything looks delicious!
@wordridden ever tried making moffles (mochi dough waffles)? Apparently they’re rather delicious
Had a go at making Dosas (cc @roopagulati) — simple potato+cumin filling, used hjartasalt (hartshorn powder) in batter instead of baking soda. First one was pretty good, second one a bit too wet.
Made a simple garlic+mushroom+cheese risotto from this recipe — results were adequate, ignore the instructions to put salt in at the beginning though — it’s easy to put way too much in then have it concentrated as more water evaporates. Best leave it till later, or put a tiny amount in.
#TIL leathal salt dosage is around 80g
Wikipedia article of the week: List of Cheeses
@roopagulati mmmm… my favourite is rice cakes + peanut butter with dark chocolate on the top
I think I just tried to make @nerdhaus quiche. Whether or not I accept that interpretation of the past as canon depends mainly on the degree of misshapenness of whatever it is coming out of the oven in a few minutes.
Thank you @wordridden for introducing me to the amazing world of chocolate mochi! I have a new baking project…