Homemade Ramen Noodles
October 18th, 2019
Did you ever think you could make Homemade Ramen Noodles? Remember those days in the college dorm? Boiling a package of dried ramen noodles and adding the powder flavoring they called broth? It was adequate in your younger days, when flavor was not your primary concern, just sustenance. Now we're all grown up and want a more sophisticated broth and noodle. Culinary Immigration is where you'll get the knowhow to making your own Homemade Ramen Noodles and broth that will rival the local Japanese restaurant. You'll want to get the family in on all the fun making the noodles. You...
Stiff Sourdough Starter Recipe
October 10th, 2019
You say you can't get your sourdough loaf to rise properly. Well I have the solution, stiff sourdough starter. Use the sourdough starter in the no-knead or traditional process. I have included a recipe which takes more time then the no-knead, but it is virtually a no-knead bread. Treat yourself and your family to this beautiful boule. Perfect for entertaining and if it drys out use it for toast the next day. Delicious with slices of avocado and olive oil. For a healthy breakfast and quick snack.
September 16th, 2019
The French savory galette is one of my favorite and a fast way of making a pie. Wether it is savory or sweet the process is the same. Roll the dough in a circle and fill with desired filling, fold edges into the center and bake. Couldn't be any easier, right? This recipe has a squash filling, however you can change it to anything you like. Try a zucchini, eggplant or for a sweet version apples and berries go well with this dough, just add 1/2 teaspoon sugar to the dough when making it into a sweet galette.
Chili Relleno Recipe
August 6th, 2019
This Chili Relleno recipe will WOW the family. Not only is it easy to make, but it has the best flavor when paired with my Red Sauce. Sweet pasilla peppers are stuffed with jack cheese for a mildly hot flavor, while the red sauce gives a kick.
Corn Tortilla Recipe
May 29th, 2019
A corn tortilla recipe can be a dime a dozen on the internet. Why, because it is the simplest and most rewarding flavor you'll ever experience. It takes a bit of practice and a good quality masa harina to get the right flavor and texture. Once you've mastered the technique, experiment by adding poblano pepper juice for a green tortilla or turmeric for orange ones. The ideas are endless, start making them today and you'll be on your way creating your own street tacos that everyone will request. Serve them with refried beans for a meatless meal. I enjoy making...