Archive for July, 2010

Indian Rice Pudding with Peaches

Well, my friends, now that Cupcake Hero July has ended we can finally go back to our scheduled programming.

[PS! Amy’s already posted Cupcake Hero August’s ingredient! Go check it out!]

No voting, no crazy concoctions, no one else’s material.

Just me.

Don’t sound so excited.

Actually, I won’t be around for a week and half because.. I’m going to London/Ireland with the fambam! Yayyyyyyy!!

[That’s okay. I don’t mind if you’re jealous. I’d be jealous too.]

However, I’ll be re-posting some of the first recipes I posted here. Since starting this blog in February, I’ve gained a reader or two and I definitely do not want you to be missing out on any goodness.

But, for now, I’ll leave you with a final cold flour-less recipe in honor of my last day living with a kitchen that has no flour or baking supplies whatsoever. (At least now it has sugar!) Pardon the pictures, the peach syrup may have skewed the view of the rice pudding a little but but I assure you the flavor was all there and was outstanding.

Indian Rice Pudding
adapted from Alton Brown

1 c uncooked long gran or basmati rice
1 1/4 c whole milk
1 cinnamon stick
1 tsp whole cloves
1 c heavy cream
1 1/2 c coconut milk
1/2 c sugar
1/8 tsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp vanilla

Cook rice per usual. I cooked mine in a large nonstick saute pan so I could make the rice pudding right away.

In a large nonstick saute pan over medium heat, combine the cooked rice, milk, cinnamon stick, and cloves. Heat until the mixture begins to boil. Decrease the heat to low and cook at a simmer until the mixture begins to thicken, stirring frequently, approximately 5 minutes.

Increase the heat to medium, add the heavy cream, coconut milk, sugar, nutmeg, and vanilla and continue to cook until the mixture just begins to thicken again, approximately 5 to 10 minutes. Once the mixture just begins to thicken, remove from the heat and take out cinnamon and cloves. Transfer the mixture to individual serving dishes or a glass bowl and place plastic wrap directly on the surface of the pudding. Serve chilled or at room temperature with peaches.

Peaches in Orange Syrup
adapted from a magazine but I don’t remember which. oops.

3.5 oz sugar
2 c water
2 oranges, zested and juiced
10 ripe peaches, skins on

Bring sugar, water, orange zest, and orange juice to boil. Bubble for 5 minutes. Add the peaches and boil them over. Simmer for 10-15 minutes until peaches are soft, turning them occasionally. The skins will begin turning the syrup into a beautiful shade of red/orange. Once peaches are done, remove peaches, allow to cool a little and remove their skins. Meanwhile, bring the reserved liquid to boil for 10 minutes or until it becomes a thick syrup. Pour over peaches when serving.

Stay cool! I’ll be in rainy London/Ireland!

– Sharlene

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Cupcake Hero [Coconut] WINNER

Okay. There was a LOT of baking this weekend which means I went home because I’m currently staying at an apartment with no flour or anything else to bake with.

We pitted two beautiful looking and delicious sounding cupcakes against one another.

In this corner we have Katherine’s Homemade Snowball

And in the other corner we have Amy’s Mochoconut Cupcakes

Whose cuisine will reign supreme?

(Ha. Stole that last line from the Food Network!)

After consulting the judges, a decision has finally been reached. It was not easy to say the least.

But our winner for Cupcake Hero July [Coconut] is..

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AMY’S MOCHOCONUT CUPCAKE!!

:: crowd roaring ::

This cupcake was an amazing blend of flavors. Coffee, almond, chocolate, AND coconut?! Wow. We couldn’t get enough of the icing and the macaroon on top was a very creative way to use coconut and made for a very pretty, but still not overly complicated, cupcake. I think I’ll have requests to make this cupcake again soon. The flavors perfectly balanced one another.

Thanks again everyone for your contributions to this month’s Cupcake Hero!

Amy, please send your mailing address to iheartcuppycakes[at]gmail[dot]com to receive your prize package. Can’t wait to see what you come up with for August!

Cupcake Hero July : Coconut FINALISTS

Thank you to everyone for their votes and participation!

This has been a whirlwind month and I’m ecstatic at the response Cupcake Hero July has had.

The polls are now closed and I have made my decision as to which cupcake will face-off head-to-head with the popular vote.

This was truly the hardest decision I’ve had to make in a while. The entries were so delicious looking and sounding!

Poor Boy had to listen to me whine about my difficult decisions. What a life, eh?

Anyways..

Without further ado, your Cupcake Hero July : Coconut Finalists are..

[drumroll please]

Katherine’s Homemade Snowball

and

Amy’s Mochoconut Cupcakes

It’s the battle of chocolate!! I’m quite excited.

Thank you again to all the entries. Without you this would not have been much of a competition.

I will make both cupcake recipes, hand them out to family and friends, and take votes based on taste as to who will be the next Cupcake Hero!

Look out for the winner to be posted July 26 or 27!

Good luck to both cupcakes!!

Strawberry Shortcake Cookies


REMINDER: VOTING FOR CUPCAKE HERO ON THE SIDEBAR ENDS TOMORROW AT MIDNIGHT!!

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE CUPCAKE NOW!!

Roundup for Cupcake Hero :: Coconut can be found here.

[onto the entry]


Everyone has go-to recipes, right? Ones you can make in a pinch and will always always be successful. Ones that require minimal ingredients. Ones that take but a moment to whip up.

This is one of those recipes.

Last weekend I went home to my parents’ for some supposed relaxation.

Do you want to know what happened?

They had friends over.

MY PARENTS HAD FRIENDS OVER!

Now, normally that’s not a bad thing. Hey, parents are allowed to have friends too. (Teachers are the same way although I still cannot get it through my head that my first grade teacher doesn’t in fact sleep at my elementary school.)

Except I wasn’t prepared for this. Had I known, I would have had a recipe in mind, stopped at the grocery store on the way, etc etc. Instead, I sat around all day and did my planned relaxing until late in the afternoon I heard, “Anak (the Filipino word for “my child”), can you please bake something for dessert?”

But Moooooooommmmmmmmmmmmm!!

I didn’t really feel like baking for some reason and I was resistant.

But she was my Mom.

Curses.

And then I remembered these cookies.

My go-to cookies. And all of a sudden it didn’t seem so bad that I had to bake on the fly. I actually got excited.

I first read about them last summer when I was just starting to read blogs. We Are Not Martha was one of the first I ever read (Hi Sues & Chels!) and I found this recipe, made it, adored it, and made it again and again until there were no more strawberries to be found in all of New Jersey. I promise you, this is a fabulous recipe, super easy to make, and loved by all. In fact, I apologize for the lack of pictures but I had to snatch the last two cookies (I made a double batch and even then they were gone in minutes. MINUTES.) and snap these super quickly. Especially since I may or may not have snatched them from a child. Don’t worry. They still tasted great, I’m sure.

Strawberry Shortcake Cookies
adapted from We Are Not Martha, originally from Martha

Makes 24 cookies.

Ingredients
12 oz strawberries, hulled and chopped
1 tsp lemon juice
1/2 c + 1 tbsp sugar
2 c flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
6 tbsp COLD butter, unsalted and cut into small pieces
2/3 c heavy cream
sanding (or granulated) sugar, optional

Instructions
Preheat oven to 375F. Prepare baking sheets with parchment paper.

Combine strawberries, lemon juice, and 2 tbsp sugar in a bowl and set aside. In a large bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, salt, and remaining sugar. Cut the butter into this dry mixture (using two knives or a pastry cutter) until crumbly. Add heavy cream and mix. It will be sticky. Add strawberries.

Drop about 1 tbsp of dough per cookie and space 2 inches apart. Bake for 18-20 minutes.

Go use up those strawberries!

– Sharlene

Cupcake Hero July [Coconut] Roundup!

Without further ado, your Cupcake Hero Roundup!

[Recipes for contestants without blogs were posted unedited on separate pages.]

Lime in the Coconut Cupcakes by Shannyn of Sugary Flower

I Dream of Marrakech: Bittersweet Chocolate Coconut Cake with a Light Orange Buttercream by Courtney of C&C Cakery

Coconut Sunrise Cupcakes: Lemon-Coconut Cupcake with Coconut-Lemon Buttercream by Amy

Midori Colada Cupcakes with Pineapple Rum Syrup and Midori Buttercream by Enjolie

Vanilla Bean Coconut Cupcakes with Vanilla Bean Cream Cheese Frosting by Jackie of Galexi Cupcakes

Coconut and Pineapple Cupcakes by Catie of Catie’s Cakes and Cookies

The Homemade Snowball by Katherine of Missy Moodle Cupcakes

Chai Tea Coconut Cupcakes by Izzy

Mochoconut Almond Cupcakes by Amy (her second entry!)

VOTING ON THE SIDEBAR OR BELOW IS UNTIL JULY 22ND AT MIDNIGHT!!

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE CUPCAKE NOW!!

You can only vote once.

Good luck to all cupcakes. They all look super fantabulous.

White Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

REMINDER: CUPCAKE HERO JULY [COCONUT] ENTRIES DUE JULY 17TH!! Email me at smalltownoven[at]gmail[dot]com!

JULY 17TH!!!!!!

ENTER NOW!!!!!!

The weather has been absolutely disgusting this week.

Hot.

Humid.

Muggy.

Gross.

For the better half of the week, it was just terrible. You’d march out the door, walk five steps, and immediately want to go back inside where it’s air-conditioned and your anti-perspirant isn’t 500% necessary.

Today, however, it was beautiful out.

The sun shone, the air was clear, and life was good.

I delivered 4 babies today. That may have helped. Two of those were twins. That may have helped too.

I sutured, I stapled, I came, I saw, I conquered.

Today was a bright spot in a dreary week (well, a dreary week that included meeting Alec Baldwin).

The only thing that kept me going this week in the grossness that was NYC?

These strawberries.

I kid you not.

I’d run home after work and go straight for the refrigerator. Right to these here strawberries.

My only regret is that I only made a pint.

Next time, there will be more.

Heaven.


White Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
adapted from epicurious

Ingredients
2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp orange zest
1/2 tsp lemon zest
6 oz white chocolate, chopped
1 pint ripe strawberries

Instructions
Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Rub the sugar and zest together with fingertips until moist and fragrant. Set aside. Melt white chocolate either over a saucepan of barely simmering water or in the microwave. If melting in the microwave, make sure to heat in small increments to prevent freezing up of the chocolate.

Dip strawberries into chocolate to coat 2/3 of the berry. Shake excess into bowl. Sprinkle citrus sugar on top of the chocolate. Place on prepared sheet. Once all the berries are dipped, chill in the refrigerator until chocolate is set, about 30 minutes.

Hope you’re surviving the heat/cold or whatever you have where you are 🙂

– Sharlene

Cinnamon Banana Dirt Pudding

REMINDER: CUPCAKE HERO JULY [COCONUT] ENTRIES DUE JULY 17TH!! Email me at smalltownoven[at]gmail[dot]com!

onto the entry..

No flour. No baking powder. No baking soda. Sugar but only in the form of packets.

You have just entered the twilight zone.

Just kidding.

You’re actually in the studio I’m staying in for the month.

I KNOW.

Such a place exists? you may ask. And my answer would be Sad, but true.

So what is a girl to do when she yearns to bake all day every day but has an empty kitchen smaller than her closet at home??

[Back story: I’m staying with a friend in NYC because I’m doing a rotation here for a month. She lives in a studio with a kitchen that actually has less than a square foot of provided counter space. I’m talking fridge, sink, stove. She installed a countertop that is on a hinge so you can fold it down when you don’t want it which works because you can’t really move when it’s set up. It’s tiny. So she doesn’t cook. Or bake.]

I racked my brain for ideas on how I could get my fix. And I though PUDDING!

What a fantastic idea! I needed to buy a few ingredients, yes, but not nearly as many as if I were to make cookies, cupcakes, etc which were all first on my list.

So here I am with pudding. And oreos.

Because for some reason I’m obsessed with oreos these days. No lectures on how obscenely unhealthy they are for you please.

If you’ve ever had dirt pudding, it’s usually made with vanilla pudding, whipped topping, and oreos. I decided to make it a cinnamon pudding and add in some bananas to make it a little fancier. Can I tell you? This version of dirt pudding is delicious. The cinnamon pudding itself is unbelievable and could very well stand on its own but add it to some oreos, bananas, and whipped topping? Good gravy we have a winner!

If you’re low on flour, or even if you’re not, let me introduce you to my friend Cinnamon Banana Dirt Pudding. BEST friend, in fact.

Cinnamon Pudding
adapted from Sweet World

Ingredients
2/3 c sugar
2 tbsp cornstarch
3 cups milk (I used whole)
3 egg yolks
1 cinnamon stick
1 tsp vanilla
1 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

Instructions

Whisk the sugar and cornstarch together in a medium saucepan. Slowly whisk in the milk. Then add the yolks and cinnamon stick.

Bring mixture to boil over medium-high heat, stirring constantly with whisk, approximately 7-8 minutes. Lower the heat to medium and cook, whisking constantly 1 to 2 minutes, until pudding is thick. Remove the pan from the stove.

Strain the pudding into a medium bowl. Add the cinnamon and whisk until the cinnamon is completely mixed in. Discard the cinnamon stick.

Leave the pudding on the counter for 30 minutes, until lukewarm then place in the refrigerator to completely cool down.

Cinnamon Banana Dirt Pudding
a smalltownoven original

1 recipe chilled Cinnamon Pudding (see above)
2-3 large bananas
1/2 tub Cool Whip
1 package oreos

Instructions
Crush oreos in a plastic bag with a rolling pin, frying pan, etc. Set aside. Slice bananas however thickness desired. Set aside.

In a serving container (I used an 8×8 brownie pan because it’s all I could find) layer the oreos, pudding, whipped topping, and bananas. Continue layering with oreos, pudding, whipped topping, and finish with oreos, reserving a handful or two. I only did one layer of bananas. It’s up to you.

Chill for several hours before serving to allow oreos to soften. Just before serving, top with remaining crushed cookies for a little crunch.

Simple but delicious!

Blueberry Pancakes

REMINDER: CUPCAKE HERO JULY [COCONUT] ENTRIES DUE JULY 17TH!! Email me at smalltownoven[at]gmail[dot]com!

onto the entry..

I have to tell you a secret.

I didn’t always like breakfast.

Oh come on! Sit down! Don’t leave! I LOVE breakfast now!

HONEST!

Okay so let me explain. In my house growing up breakfast was never a big deal. Sure we had fried eggs on the weekends sometimes with some fried rice (oh how I adore my dad’s fried rice!) and maybe if we were lucky my mom found some sausages in the freezer. On rare occasion we ate pancakes or french toast but it would always be a mix or something frozen.

They don’t do breakfast in the Philippines like they do breakfast here. How was I supposed to know?

In high school, when I started hanging out with people at IHOP, I finally understood.

WHAT THE HECK WAS I THINKING ALL MY LIFE?!

These days all I seem to order at the diner (I’m from Jersey. We go to diners. Don’t judge me.) is breakfast. The french toast calls my name. The waffles with ice cream make my tummy growl. And the pancakes? Don’t even get me started on the pancakes.

When I make breakfast at home it’s usually simple. Oatmeal or yogurt with granola are my usuals. They don’t involve a pan that needs washing and can be made quickly. I’m a mover! I gotta move! No time to sit around mixing batter!

But the second I found time on my hands and blueberries on my counter, I knew I had to do something about it.

Hence the first pancakes I’ve made in a long long time.

And ohhhhhh were they winners!! They actually only took a few minutes to whip up, literally the time it took to preheat my pan. They were light and airy and everything a pancake should be. And for me, pancakes are all about the butter on top. Butter IN the pancake? Even better. I highly recommend these. Thanks, smitten kitchen!

Blueberry Pancakes
adapted from smitten kitchen; originally from Martha Stewart’s Original Classics Cookbook

This is a half recipe and I ate it for breakfast for 3 days. Not sure how many that made.

Ingredients
2 c all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp kosher salt, or slightly less table salt
1 1/2 tbsp sugar
1 large eggs, lightly beaten
1 1/2 cups buttermilk
2 tbsp unsalted butter, melted, plus more for the griddle/pan
1/2 c blueberries, fresh or frozen/thawed

Instructions

Prepare griddle or, if you don’t have one like me, heat a frying pan with 1/2 tbsp of butter so that it browns a bit (I find butter makes pancakes brown better than anything else).

In a bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and sugar. Add the eggs, buttermilk, and melted butter, and whisk to combine. The batter should have small to medium lumps.

If using a griddle, Deb says to test it by sprinkling a few drops of water on it. If the water bounces and spatters, the griddle is hot enough and 1/2 tsp of butter can be brushed on with a pastry brush. Wipe off the excess with a folded paper towel. Personally, I just assume I’m going to throw out my first batch anyway and I go for it.

Ladle about 1/2 cup for a 6-inch pancake into the pan, pouring the batter in pools 2 inches apart. Arrange a handful of blueberries over the cooking pancake, pressing them in slightly. When the pancakes have bubbles on top and are slightly dry around the edges, about 2 1/2 minutes, flip them over. If any batter oozes or blueberries roll out, push them back under with your spatula. Cook until golden on bottom, about 1 minute.

Repeat with the remaining batter. You can keep the finished pancakes on a heat-proof plate in the oven at 175°F. Serve warm.

I topped mine with leftover mint and white chocolate whipped cream from my winning cupcakes. Oh yum.

Loves it!

– Sharlene

Chocolate Chip Cookies

REMINDER: CUPCAKE HERO JULY [COCONUT] ENTRIES DUE JULY 17TH!! Email me at smalltownoven[at]gmail[dot]com!

onto the entry..

Happy Fourth of July!

My family had our BBQ yesterday and so today will be a quiet one filled with lots of studying for my upcoming rotation, packing, and cleaning so I don’t come back to a humongous mess. There will also be baking since I’m staying at a friend’s place for a month and refuse to show up empty-handed. Maybe it won’t be such a quiet day?

I love the days after parties.

Yesterday was busy busy busy. We had several families over at my parents’ house. The grill was running, the pool was open, and the kids were definitely energetic. The moms sat on the back patio sipping on some concoction of alcohol and the dads were under a tent in the yard taking swigs of beer. The teenagers and little ones played in the pool, games of relay races and “chicken” or just “hanging out.” Hours and hours of laughter and full bellies later, we all bid one another a good night as the crickets chirped in the distance.

After a day in the sun, we were all pooped.

And now, the day after the hectic storm, I’m sitting in my bed feeling refreshed, reconnected, and relaxed. And all I can think of is these cookies which were made last week but quickly devoured crumbs and all.

I’d like to think of them as the cookies after the storm.

Why, you ask?

Well, in truth, I don’t make chocolate chip cookies very often. I get caught up in the bustle of white chocolate, dried fruit, or peanut butter. I look to make “different” cookies that people don’t always expect rather than hunt down the perfect chocolate chip cookie as I see so many others try to do. But now, I realize their true beauty as a cookie with little surprises. After all those variations on cookies, sometimes it’s nice to come back to a staple, to go back to every day cleaning and studying instead of always throwing parties.

Oh how I wish I had stored some away from today!

This recipe was a great one. Like I said, I’m not on a mission to find the best chocolate chip cookie recipe in the world, but Alice says this is her favorite. And I have to agree that it’s quite excellent. Simple chocolate chip cookies, no refrigeration necessary (for instant results, YAY), and exactly what I need at this very moment.

Enjoy your family and friends this weekend everyone!

Alice’s Best EVER Chocolate Chip Cookies
adapted from Savory Sweet Life

Ingredients
1 c (2 sticks) salted butter, softened
1/2 c sugar
1 1/2 c packed brown sugar
2 eggs
2 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp baking soda
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp cinnamon (My addition. Just because!)
1 tsp smallish-medium coarse sea salt (If you only have table salt, use 1/2 tsp, says Alice.)
3 c (12 oz) all-purpose flour (If at all possible, Alice says to weigh the flour. I didn’t.)
16 oz of semi-sweet chocolate chips (Alice uses Nestle, I used Ghirardelli.)

Instructions

Preheat oven to 360. Line a couple baking sheets with parchment paper.

Cream butter, sugar, and brown sugar until fluffy (5 minutes on medium speed). Add eggs and vanilla and beat for an additional 2 minutes.  Add baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, salt, and flour. Mix until well-incorporated. Fold in chocolate chips.

Drop about 2 tablespoons of dough onto baking sheets.  Bake 12-14 minutes until the edges are nice and golden brown. Remove from heat and allow the cookies to stay on the cookie sheet for an additional 2 minutes.  Pick up the parchment paper with the cookies still on top and transfer to a cool non-porous surface.  Allow the cookies to cool on the paper for at least 3 minutes before serving.

That 3 minutes is torture, I know.

– Sharlene

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July Cupcake Hero : [Coconut]

Hello everyone!

I’m overjoyed that I get to host this month’s Cupcake Hero and quite honestly didn’t expect to receive such an honor so even though Dorothy warned both finalists to get out their thinking caps in case we won I was not prepared.

I’m the girl at the Oscars who didn’t write a speech.

Luckily, I have some great friends who were more than willing to help me come up with something a bit out-of-the-norm but still accessible and still summery. It’s a flavor that always reminds me of summer and, if you read my blog, I have always loved even when it wasn’t “cool.”

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COCONUT!

[Cue massive cheers.]

Think of the possibilities! Coconut flakes? Coconut milk? Coconut extract? And, if you dare, FRESH coconut (which I’ve never used so that’ll be interesting)!

I’m so excited to see all the entries.

The Lowdown:

  • Anyone can enter but international shipping addresses may not be able to receive the prize package from Clara.
  • Create a cupcake using COCONUT in at least one component be it the cake itself, frosting, filling, garnish etc. Sky’s the limit.
  • If you blog, create a post and then email your name, the link, and the name of the cupcake to me at smalltownoven[at]gmail[dot]com with Cupcake Hero in the title.
  • No blog? No problem! You can still email me your name, the full recipe, pictures, and the name of the cupcake.
  • Also join the Flickr group and upload 1-2 pictures per entry.
  • Multiple entries welcome but separate email per entry.
  • Deadline will be July 17th at midnight. Roundup will be July 18th-19th followed by voting until July 22nd.
  • Readers will pick Finalist #1. I pick Finalist #2.
  • I bake both Finalist cupcakes and assemble a focus group to help me decide the winner to be announced July 26th-27th.
  • Any questions? smalltownoven[at]gmail[dot]com
  • For information on prizes, see here.

Deadline: JULY17th at MIDNIGHT Eastern Standard Time!

Go forth and bake!

– Sharlene