Hmong Can Cook: Chicken Laab this recipe has beautiful pictures through out and great tips. I roast my own rice and grind it into a powder in a coffee grinder I use only for grinding spices. Easy breezy!
This made some of the nicest hot cross buns I have ever tasted. I used the same dough as for the Asian Style Pain de Mie but added:two very generously heaped teaspoons of mixed spice (I made my own and used these ratios which I found on the internet)16 parts cinnamon 8 parts coriander 4 parts allspice 2 parts ginger 2 parts nutmeg 1 part ground cloveI used whole spices and ground them up in a coffee grinder. I think using my own freshly ground spices made all the difference to this dough. …
tea + cake. The green tea powder can come from anywhere, not just this company. You can also make coconut flour, oat flour, and almond meal by grinding in your food processor or coffee grinder. Gluten-free flour can replace brown rice flour. Enjoy!
Freshly Ground Curry Ingredients: 4 dried red chiles (I chickened out and used 3.) 1 T coriander seeds 1 T cumin seeds 1 T fennel seeds 1/2 tsp cardamom seeds 1/2 tsp whole cloves scant 1 T ground turmeric 1/2 tsp cinnamon Directions: