Alemanha 🇩🇪 e Espanha 🇪🇸 se juntaram ao Brasil na #CopaZomo aqui na ARGUS, com os sabores Alemães e Espanã! Nosso time conta agora três sabores e logo logo nossos Hermanos também vão se juntar a nós 🇦🇷. Já sabemos que a #TamoJunto é unanimidade e assim como nossa Seleção, vai levar todos os jogos ⚽🎉. Mas o que será que vai dar nesse embate de #Alemães x #Espanã ? A Alemães traz o sabor do pepino 🥒❄️, fruto muito comum na cozinha alemã, com um acréscimo de uma menta adocicada elevemente refrescante, mistura que torna esse sabor candidato forte a levar essa partida. Já a Espanã traz um sabor cítrico, também levemente refrescante, sendo ele uma mistura de laranja e manga com um toque de eucalipto 🍊❄️. E aí, quem leva essa peleja? Corre pra cá garantir ambas com o melhor preço da região! Linha completa da Zomo e a maior variedade de marcas e sabores de Curitiba você também encontra aqui! 💨👊 #argustabacaria#zomo#shisha#hookah#narguile#arguile#molasses
Pomegranate Molasses, absolutely delicious on desserts, in dressings, in tagines, in meat dishes and drinks to name a few dishes that it adds amazing flavour to. Absolutely delicious over cream cheese dips. Lasts forever in the fridge. I found pomegranates @foodloversmarket in @westwood_mall last week.
Rubies from 4 pomegranates
1/2 cup sugar
Juice of 1 lemon
Liquidise the rubies. Strain in to a pot. Add the sugar and lemon juice and boil till thickened. Add sugar or lemon to taste- you want it to have a slightly sweet taste with the tartness coming through. Be careful not to over boil or it will become too thick. You want it to just be able to coat a spoon.
This....is my latest obsession. Who needs chocolates when you have cacao nibs. These are salted, and have a hint of #molasses sugar to cut the bitterness. They’re crunchy and so fun to eat. You can also add this to cereal, yoghurt, cakes, but I just eat it as is with nuts for a quick snack at work #cacaonibs#raw#saltedcacaonibs#crunchy#cacao
My goodness I seem to have a lot of food shots in my feed lately..... Here’s another one.... Day 3 of shooting @karlenekarstrd cookbook alongside @lovenourishinspire. This granola was as good as it looks!
Take time to make these delicious rolls. While they require two rises, the actual prep time is small and the steps are straightforward. The rolls have just a touch of sweetness, hint of spice, subtle crunch, and nutty flavor.
2 ¼ teaspoons active dry yeast
1 tablespoon brown sugar
¼ cup lukewarm water
¾ cups milk
¾ cups rolled oats
¼ cup roasted unsalted sunflower seeds
½ cup butter, cubed
2 tablespoons unsulphured molasses
2 teaspoons sea salt
1 tablespoon flax meal + 3 tablespoons water
2 drops Cardamom oil
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 ¾–2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
2–3 tablespoons butter, melted
1. Dissolve yeast in ¼ cup lukewarm water with a pinch of sugar. Let stand until bubbly.
2. Scald milk then add it to the butter in your mixing bowl. When butter has melted, add brown sugar, rolled oats, sunflower seeds, molasses, and salt. Blend thoroughly and cool to lukewarm.
3. Add flax meal, water combination and mix well.
4. Add Cardamom oil.
5. Add yeast and mix to incorporate it. Then mix in the wheat flour and 1 ½ cups of the all-purpose flour. Add what you need to of the remaining ½ cup of flour until the dough loses its sheen.
6. Let rest for 10 minutes.
7. Leave the dough in its bowl, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for a minimum of two hours. It can sit overnight as well. Don't be alarmed if it doesn't look like it has risen.
8. Preheat oven to 350° F.
9. Turn out the chilled dough on a floured work surface and knead or fold and turn the dough slightly.
10. Cut dough into 12 balls. Press each ball into a flat rectangle with your fingers, then roll up and tuck ends under. Place seam-side down in a well-buttered nine inch round pan. Brush all over with melted butter and sprinkle with rolled oats and sunflower seeds.
11. Let rise for about two hours in a warm place. Again, don't be alarmed if they don't rise a lot; they will rise the most while in the oven.
12. Bake for 35–40 minutes or until rolls are nicely browned and sound hollow when you tap their tops. Remove from the pans and brush generously with remaining melted butter. Let cool on a rack for 5–10 minutes.