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Drizzle Berry Pie | Love My Philly - 0 views

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    Chocolate, berries, and the smooth taste of PHILLY Cream Cheese make a yummy combo in this lovely Drizzle Berry Pie.
gina syarif

Philly's Five Star Food Week: Coffee Drizzled Cream Cheese Pie - 0 views

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    Ditch your coffee cake and have some of this coffee drizzled cream cheese pie. Yummy yum!
policomm ray

Chargrilled sweet and sour prawns - 0 views

  • 6 large prawns, butterflied, shells on, but heads removedpinch sea salt drizzle vegetable oillarge handful fresh coriander1 lime, juice onlyFor the sweet and sour sauce4-5 tbsp white wine vinegar3-4 tbsp caster sugar4cm/1in piece fresh ginger, unpeeled1 mild red chilli, finely choppedMethod1. To butterfly the prawns, first remove the head by twisting it off, then discard. Don't remove the shell. Place the prawn on its back on a cutting board. Using a small, sharp knife, cut through the centre of the body from below the head down to the tail. Don't cut all the way through the flesh. Repeat with the remaining prawns.2. For the sweet and sour sauce, pour the vinegar into a small pan (not aluminium) over a medium heat. Add the sugar and heat through.3. Slice the ginger into thick slices and add to the sauce in the pan.4. Slice the chilli and add to the pan. Simmer the sauce until the sugar is dissolved and the sauce is reduced and sticky - about five minutes. Taste and adjust flavour as needed by adding a touch more sugar or vinegar, as necessary.5. Meanwhile, heat a ridged grill pan until hot. Sprinkle the sea salt over the prepared prawns. Pour over the oil, then rub it into the prawns.6. Place the prawns on the hot grill pan and grill until cooked through and slightly charred (this will take about 2-3 minutes). Press down lightly with tongs to ensure even cooking. Turn the prawns over and cook for another 2-3 minutes on the other side.7. Chop the fresh coriander. When the prawns are cooked, transfer them into the pan with the reduced sauce.8. Add the coriander and a squeeze of fresh lime juice to the pan.9. Stir together until the prawns are coated in the sauce. Serve straightaway.
cookingrabbit

IKAYAKI | COOKING RABBIT - 0 views

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    If you visit Japan you should try ikayaki. Ikayaki is a popular, no frills Japanese street food which is usually served on sticks so that they can be eaten on the go and enjoyed with a cold beer. The squid is grilled until tender and drizzled with a combination of soy sauce and other Japanese condiments. Your visit is not complete if you have not try this Japanese street food.
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