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Chicken Teriyaki Alfredo
I will start off by saying the concept of a chicken teriyaki alfredo does sound odd. What makes it odd is what brings the whole dish together. The teriyaki sauce I’m using in this recipe is not from scratch, it’s a name brand Kikkoman’s Teriyaki sauce and will need to fine tune that still. What the sauce does is bring out a savoriness that a heavy cream alfredo doesn’t do. This brand of sauce also has very little sugar in the finished dish is about 2g of sugar per serving so little that the sugar normally found in a teriyaki dish won’t overpower the main dish.
How to: Make Buttermilk
Buttermilk is a common ingredient in many recipes because the acid in the buttermilk helps create lift when mixed with baking soda. Just like that high school vinegar + baking soda volcano. Buying buttermilk tends to be more expensive, and you don’t always finish it before it spoils. I have two ways of getting buttermilk easily into my recipes. Method 1: Buy Dehydrated Buttermilk I like to use this *brand* of buttermilk. First found it in a local Hanaford in Burlington and I love it! I use it when making my homemade ranch seasoning, or want to make a quick pancake recipe. The ratio for this dehydrated buttermilk is 4…
Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins
Banana Bread recipe that I've modified for muffins, and cut down fat by removing the egg.
Cookies and Cream Oatmeal
A hard to find recipe online so thought I'd create one. This recipe isn't very sweet, but refer to the Recipe Notes for some tips on making it sweeter or a stronger Oreo taste.
Chocolate Chip Cookies
For the first recipe on my blog, I'd thought I'd start with my favorite food, chocolate chip cookies. This is a pretty simple recipe at its base, but can be easily customized for whatever you want. That's the great thing about a "Go To" cookie recipe like this one. Refer to the Recipe Notes section for variations, or if you come up with your own post in the comments and I'll make the recipe and post updates to this one!