February 27, 2013

Cod’s Gift To Health

This week, we welcome a guest blogger, Gabriela Sneider, a college student from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a business development associate for the Santa Barbara Fish Market to talk about her  sustainable diet. Take it away, Gabriela! Read the rest of this entry »

May 23, 2011

A Beginner’s Guide to Vegan Baking with All-Natural Ingredients (Part 2)

Today we’ve got part two of Ricki’s fabulous guide to vegan baking! She’s here to tell you how you can bake without the use of eggs and milk! YES! It can be done! …

Finding reliable egg substitutes can cause anxiety when you begin to convert older recipes. Eggs provide leavening and binding to most recipes. But have no fear! There are some great choices available.

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April 2, 2011

Prawn Fritters: A Malaysian Tea-Time Snack

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**We’re so happy to have Jo from Sugar & Everything Nice submit this guest post for us at Chew on That!**

Cucur Udang or Prawn Fritter is an all-time favorite tea time snack in Malaysia. This snack is also called “jemput udang”. If you literally translate the words, “jemput” means “invite” and “udang” means “prawn”. So I guess this snack is really inviting you to have a taste.

These fritters are usually made into bite-size pieces and therefore make for great finger food. They are crunchy on the outside and the inside is soft and moist when you bite into it. I have used prawn in this particular one but sometimes the ingredients can be varied to include anchovies, thus calling it Cucur Ikan Billis or Anchovy Fritter. You could also use corn kernels as another main ingredient.

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March 14, 2011

Quick and Easy Breadsticks

 Hello there. I am Jamie from Jamie Cooks It Up! I’m happy to be guest posting here today at Chew On That. I write a family friendly food blog housing hundreds of fabulous recipes. I have brought a great recipe to share with you. Quick and Easy Breadsticks. These wonderful breadsticks are made from scratch and take less than an hour to prepare from start to finish. If you haven’t ever worked with yeast before, don’t worry. It’s not as difficult as you might think! Yeast can be your friend. I promise. Just follow the instructions below and you will be good to go. I hope you make these breadsticks! Hope you love them as much as my family does.

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