I've never made baked breaded eggplant slices right. Any tips? Or maybe I expect too much. Mine didn't want to soften no matter how long they baked.Moussaka w/baked breaded eggplants slices, leftover tomato mushroom sauce, red and green peppers diced, diced leftover tomato, sliced raw potatoes, cooked quartered mushrooms, more tomato mushroom sauce, topped with a soy béchamel sauce, baking right now.
Thanks--that was my problem! Same with baked falafel
more sugar!I sugared sliced strawberries yesterday and today made Bisquick biscuits to have with the vegan Truwhip topping. The berries didnt' get very juicy! The berries themselves were fine--do you need more sugar? When my grandma made these they always had lots of juice
Wow…very ambitious of you! I love cherries but I don’t think I’ve ever seen them for less than 3.99/lb. I usually treat myself twice during the summer.My husband was at a walmart to get tires and he saw an unadvertised special, bing cherries for 99 cents/lb. So we debated last night about making a cherry jam/puree, canning it, which we'd use like most fruit we cook down, for toppings or spread on toast, or to sweeten a dish. Cherries are one of our favorites. He picked up 20 lbs. Today we spent a couple hours pitting 10 lbs, and they are in the roaster cooking now. By the end of the day, they will be cooked and we'll taste it for sweetness. If it is sweet enough, then we won't add a sweetener and we'll can it in 8 oz jars (but we only have a few left, so 12 oz jars). YUM cherry jam (or almost jam). We'll do this again, tomorrow for the other 10lbs.
Thank KL, we do this with fruit whenever we find a good price. They are never at this price so we are stocking up. We also do grapes, peaches, nectarines, and plums the same way. We make apple butter and pear butter if we have a good harvest of them from our trees.Wow…very ambitious of you! I love cherries but I don’t think I’ve ever seen them for less than 3.99/lb. I usually treat myself twice during the summer.
We've had sales as low as $1.99, and they have been good. I do hate that they package them up in those ziploc bags. I don't like to buy that many! I poured some into a regular plastic bagWow…very ambitious of you! I love cherries but I don’t think I’ve ever seen them for less than 3.99/lb. I usually treat myself twice during the summer.
Now I can wait until my next bunch of bananas gets over ripe haha.
Can you defrost frozen bananas, that you were going to use for smoothies, and use them to bake banana bread or will they be too mushy/water logged?