On 31 Jul 2006 at 22:14, patti wrote:
> i am looking for a recipe for rasberry bounce, it's made with
> rasberrys, vodka and sugar, you mix it and let it sit for 2 to 8
> weeks, what is the correct time and ingredients for this?
1-quart raspberries (may be frozen)
2 cups white granulated sugar
1 fifth vodka (inexpensive kinds work best)
1 gallon wide mouth jar
Wash fruit and remove stems. Place fruit in jar, breaking the skin of the
fruit as you do. Add sugar by pouring directly over fruit. Pour vodka into
the jar. Do not stir. Tightly cap jar. Set in a cook dark place for about
2 months. Shake the jar a couple times a month to redistribute the sugar
and juices. Strain liqueur off the fruit into a bowl. Discard fruit. Filter
coffee filter and pour into bottle.
Try this with other fruits like cranberries, cherries, plums, or peaches
On 31 Jul 2006 at 21:22, Mary wrote:
> I am looking for a scone recipe from Australia that calls for lemonade
> as the liquid in the recipe. Thank you.
1 cup of lemonade
1 cup of cream
3 cups of self-raising flour
Preheat oven to very hot 220C.
Add lemonade and cream to flour, mix to form soft dough, then place mixture
on floured surface.
Knead dough to a 2 cm thickness and cut with a floured cutter.
Place close together on tray, brush with whisked egg and bake for 10 - 15 minutes.
From the ABC website:
Presenter: Peter Jinks & Anna Vlach
Lee Cecchin and Peter Jinks
Lee Cecchin from the Broken Hill TAFE shares three of her best scone recipes.
750gm self raising flour
250ml full cream
60gm melted butter
Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees celsius
Sift flour, sugar and salt into a bowl and mix
Combine melted butter, lemonade and cream
Add to flour mix
Mix only to combine then place on floured surface
Roll dough to a 2 cm thickness and cut with a floured cutter
Place on tray and brush with egg wash and bake for 10 - 15 minutes
Dust with icing sugar and serve with jam, honey, cream or butter
Hint: only count to ten when kneading the dough, any more will make the scones
Dawn adds this :
Hi Uncle Phaed,
I was just browsing through your archives and found a recipe for Australian scones.
I am an American that moved to AUS 12 years ago. The liquid in the recipe is actually
7-Up or Sprite, that what they call lemonade. They donít commonly (rarely) have or
serve the lemonade that Americans drink. This recipe is very easy and the results are
tasty, best served with jam and unsweetened whipped cream. I donít know how they
would taste with the Ďotherí lemonade though. Just thought this might help your readers.
Love the site Ė only 5 more years of archives to read.
On 28 Jul 2006 at 23:29, Julie wrote:
> My name is Julie and I love Chi's Chi's Chile con Queso. it was
> the best. i have been looking for the recipe for ever. I'm hoping
> you can help me. I know that it has green chilis and pomodoros in it.
> also do you know where we can buy the tortilla chips from there?
> thank you in advance for all your help. you have no idea how much i
> appreciate this.
The below recipe is the only one that I can find.
Chi Chi's tortilla chips may have been made by Casa de Oro. It's difficult
to find Casa de Oro chips, because they mostly make chips that are sold under
their customers' names instead of their own.
Chi Chi's Chili Con Queso copycat
1 pound Velveeta
1 4 ounces can chiles
4 ounces chopped pimentos
Tabasco sauce, to taste
half and half- equal amt. to melted cheese
Take a pound of Velveeta and melt it until it becomes stirrable. You can
use a microwave for this. Combine an equal amount of half and half and mix
thoroughly. Add one 4 oz can of chilis and an equal amount of pimientos.
Microwave again until the mixture is hot. Iy you like a little more spice,
add a dash or three of Tabasco at this point. Pour into small bowls and
cover with plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator overnight. Do not skip
this step. Take a bowl out and place into microwave, heat, stir and eat.
On 28 Jul 2006 at 22:00, Pam wrote:
> If you can point me to a tamale recipe, I'd be really grateful.
The thing about tamales is that there are such a wide variety of recipes.
See the recipes on these sites:
Recipe Gold Mine
Cyprus Recipe Sites:
Just About Cyprus