Cakes and Desserts, Recipes, Snack

Puffed Kamut Squares with Tahini, Cocoa Powder and Maple

Puffed rice squares are popular commercial crispy treats, though unfortunately, not the healthiest ones. A couple of years ago, I’ve prepared a homemade healthier version of them (click HERE for recipe), using tahini (sesame paste) and honey, a version which I’ve prepared every now and then since. Continue reading “Puffed Kamut Squares with Tahini, Cocoa Powder and Maple”

Brunch, Cakes, Cakes and Desserts, fruit, Recipes

Rhubarb, Apple and Maple Cake

Rhubarb season has just started, and the fresh reddish stalks are hard to resist. As I was about to bake a quick apple and maple cake, it only felt right to reduce the amount of apples, and mix in some rhubarb instead. Apples and rhubarb mix so well together, and both pair beautifully with maple flavor and aroma – so the mix of all was very promising. Continue reading “Rhubarb, Apple and Maple Cake”

Chicken, Entree, Recipes, Vegetables

Pan Fried Chicken Breast with Maple and Mustard

When looking for a quick lunch, I usually opt to use chicken breast, as it cooks quickly, and absorbs flavors beautifully. Keeping some vacuum packed chicken breast in the fridge, or freezer, makes it very easy to use them in different ways anytime. Continue reading “Pan Fried Chicken Breast with Maple and Mustard”

Cakes, Cakes and Desserts, Food, Recipes

Sponge Cake with Maple-Rum Butter Cream

As I’m taking a few days off blogging, I once again opt to re-blogging an earlier post, which most of you probably have missed. Hope you’ll enjoy it.  Happy New Year to all. 🙂

Tasty Eats

sponge cake ronit penso

Sometimes it’s nice to just toss the “light” cake versions out the window, and go with a really fluffy cake – a texture that can only be obtained by using meringue – a rich whipped mixture of egg whites and sugar. And while at it, why not top it all with a rich and tasty butter cream that, how else, can only be obtained by using lots of butter and sugar? And to add even more flavor and fragrance, why not drizzle the cake with a Rum and Maple syrup? The scrumptious decadent result is a good example for the use of the simple word – “Yum!”…

A few important guidelines:
– For best results, all the ingredients should be at room temperature. So make sure to take them out of the fridge at least an hour before starting.
– Don’t skip the SIFTING stage – it is important…

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Chicken, Food, Recipes, Uncategorized

Sweet and Spicy Oven Roasted Chicken Wings

Sweet and Spicy Oven Roasted Chicken Wings Ronit PensoThe list of ingredients for the marinade in this recipe is completely “fusion”. It contains maple syrup and honey from Vermont, Ethiopian Berbere* spice mix, Indian-inspired curry spice mix, French mustard and Japanese soy sauce… However, once you’ll prepare the dish and taste it, I’m sure you’ll agree that the “fusion” here is far from “confusion”, as happens too often…
All the flavors work perfectly together and the result is tasty, spicy, sweet and salty chicken wings, with a beautiful deep color and wonderful aroma. Continue reading “Sweet and Spicy Oven Roasted Chicken Wings”