Category Archives: breads and grains

Plain Steamed Buns (Mantou) Recipe on Food52

I tried this recipe and liked how it came out.  I decreased the sugar to one teaspoon  however as I am diabetic. I stuffed mine with a homemade sugar free red bean chocolate paste (mashed adzuki beans with stevia and cocoa powder).

A simple, six-ingredient recipe for plain steamed buns (or mantou), adaptable to make steamed buns with filling (baozi). Replace one cup of the flour with cake flour for a finer, fluffier bun.

Source: Plain Steamed Buns (Mantou) Recipe on Food52

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3 Ingredient Paleo Naan (Indian bread) | My Heart Beets

Paleo Naan is a gluten-free and paleo-friendly flatbread recipe that calls for just three ingredients! It is the perfect way to scoop up curry and it’s so simple to make. This is a great multi-purpose recipe; use it as a tortilla, wrap, crepe, etc. It is so versatile! If you like this recipe, you will want… Read More

Source: 3 Ingredient Paleo Naan (Indian bread) | My Heart Beets

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Kraut Bierok (Cabbage Pockets) | Tasty Kitchen: A Happy Recipe Community!

A German recipe. I actually love these so much, I’ve been known to eat them for breakfast. And if you’ve got cabbage haters in the family, just substitute rice!

Source: Kraut Bierok (Cabbage Pockets) | Tasty Kitchen: A Happy Recipe Community!

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5 Easy Sauces to Make Grain Bowls Pop — Fast and Flavorful Sauces | The Kitchn

These sauces are great ideas for keeping salads, grain bowls, proteins, and veggies interesting and flavorful.

Want to make a better grain bowl this year? The secret’s in the sauce. The answer to a better grain bowl is all about how you’re topping it. And these five quick sauces — made with ingredients you probably have waiting in your pantry — are an easy way to up to kick up the flavor and make those grain bowls pop.

Source: 5 Easy Sauces to Make Grain Bowls Pop — Fast and Flavorful Sauces | The Kitchn

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Indian Fry Bread and Indian Tacos | The Pioneer Woman

Navajo Tacos are a favorite of mine.  I pile them high with beans and veggies, and sometimes ground beef.  They are a fried bread, tho, so not much healthyness.  Still…  so good.  Once in a long while, and with lots and lots of veggies… 🙂

For today’s State Fair Recipe, I’m going to show you how to make Indian Fry Bread, a Native American quick bread that’s fried and served either on its own, drizzled with honey, sp…

Source: Indian Fry Bread and Indian Tacos | The Pioneer Woman

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Having Fun in the Kitchen!: Who says you can’t make your own ORZO at home, from scratch ?

So In making the previously posted recipe, I checked to see if I could make my own orzo instead of going to the store.  And Yes! You can! And its very, very simple.

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Source: Having Fun in the Kitchen!: Who says you can’t make your own ORZO at home, from scratch ?

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