When you bite into a homemade pretzel and get a rush of memories flooding through your head, you know you’ve done something right.
First time making pretzels, not the last. I followed the recipe to the point, but i felt the dough was way too sticky, so i increased the flour by 1/2 cup and it turned out great. I used Bread Flour for a chewier pretzel but you can use All Purpose Flour, you’ll get a doughier pretzel. Its a preference.
Very simple and very basic dough recipe for a mankoushe (Lebanese flat bread). The secret is in the olive oil honestly, be generous with it. You can top it with anything that you want.
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For a regular manoushe substitute the wholewheat flour with bread flour or if not available then AP flour.
For a saj manoushe, the trick is to get any deep pa, flip it on the stove and heat it well. Stretch your dough as thin as you can before putting it on your makeshift saj
Hola! I’ve been chaotically busy this month, so i kind of slacked on writing a new blog post…
So many exciting things have been happening with Mrs.Clueless and I am so very thankful for everyone’s constant love and support! Not only has my knowledge in the kitchen improved, but I get to meet amazing people everyday that share the same passion that i have.
I can’t describe how good they taste, and how light and fluffy they are!
Pictures at the bottom…
Below i will be listing the turkey recipe that I made. I took the steps from various online platforms and added my own touch, as well as my apple pie and salad recipe.
The rest of the recipes you can find online!
When planning a Thanksgiving dinner, do NOT miss out on including a pecan pie.
I’ve had many pecan pies before but i had never actually made one of my own. And since this year i’ve been doing a lot of “first timers”, why not!
After researching a few recipes online, and figuring out who sells corn syrup in Beirut, i finally decided to try out Sally’s Baking Addiction’s Recipe. It really is such a simple recipe and tastes just like the one I used to have.
The crust of this pie is another story. Made with butter and shortening, this crust is buttery, flakey, and has the exact texture you would imagine a pecan pie to have.
Sorry I haven’t been posting much here but I have been SO BUSY with Mrs.Clueless, which is an amazing thing of course!
Yesterday I woke up feeling a bit under the weather so I decided to stay at home. Of course, I can not sit and do nothing so I ventured into giving a lemon poppy seed cake a try!
I adapted the recipe from The Cake Blog and shifted it around a bit!
I’ve always loved a good banana bread with chocolate chips! This time I decided to make a healthy version to have for breakfast with my coffee 🙂
Thankfully i had some super ripe bananas in my kitchen, so i looked for a recipe online and tweaked it a bit!
Check it out!
My first tart, ever!! I was at the grocery store where I buy all my vegetables and fruits and was really intrigued by the imported zucchinis. One was yellow and the other green. So, of course, being a hoarder, i decided to buy one of each.
Came back home and googled some recipes. Found this recipe for a delicious, and I really mean DELICIOUS, restaurant quality, tart.
Check out the recipe below and ENJOY
Who doesn’t love a delicious, warm, fragrant chicken soup on any day?! It was my first time trying out my grandma’s chicken soup recipe, and i must admit i nailed it 🙂
Got an entire organic chicken, deboned it (probably not the correct way, you can watch the video here), made chicken stock, and chicken soup! Feeling super accomplished right now hahaha
I always get discouraged when I make chocolate chip cookies, they either come out too hard, too soft, or just lame tasting.
Found this info graphic with a simple recipe which i tried out and they are just AMAZING to the point where I used them to make an ice cream sandwich!