Butter Series of Latte Recipes – Collection Two

Another collection of butter series coffee recipes from the previous week. These recipes are specially created for those who like Butterscotch mixing with coffee. Enjoy your coffee making journey.

Butterscotch Latte
Just pure Butterscotch as topping and mix with Espresso. Something that is simple and easy to make.

Enough for 1 person (tall glass)
1) 4 tablespoons of Butterscotch Topping
2) 1 shot of organic espresso
3) 0.75 cup of low fat steamed milk
4) Some ice cubes

Equipments Needed
Espresso maker and electronic blender

Steps for preparation:
1. Take a blender cup and put all the ingredients into the cup.
2. Blend it for 60 seconds until all evenly mixed.
3. Take a empty tall glass and pour your latte into the glass.
4. You can now enjoy your latte

Butter Coffee Toffee Latte
Butterscotch with coffee will produce a nice and thick toffee. Hope you like it.

Enough for 1 person (tall glass)
1) 2 tablespoons of coffee syrup as well as Butterscotch topping respectively
2) 1 shot of organic espresso
3) 0.75 cup of low fat steamed milk
4) Whipped cream
5) Some ice cubes

Equipments Needed
Espresso maker and electronic blender

Steps for preparation:
1. Find an empty blender cup and put everything into the cup except whipped cream.
2. If you like your toffee to be cold, mix the ice cubes into it as well.
3. Blend it until all well mixed.
4. Take an empty glass and pour the toffee into the glass.
5. Spread some whipped cream on top of it.
6. You can now serve your toffee.

Restaurant Copy Recipes – The Joy of Cooking With Secret Recipes

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Cooking at home is looking better all the time, especially when you can prepare your families favorite restaurant food in your own kitchen, using a collection of restaurant copy recipes. Now what could be better than that?

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Three Traditional Welsh Recipes

Welsh cuisine is, unfortunately, often overlooked in cookbooks and online recipe collections. Many Welsh dishes are quite simple in both ingredients and flavor, but should not be forgotten! On a cold day, a hardy Welsh soup or tasty cake can be just the ticket to perking up both one’s attitude and energy. In this article I am including three of my favorite traditional Welsh recipes and I hope that your family enjoys them as much as mine does!

Welsh Cakes

1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
6 tbsp sugar
1/4 tsp all-spice
Pinch of salt
1 egg
4 tbsp lard
4 tbsp butter or margarine
4 tbsp currants (can substitute raisins)
Bit of milk

Cut the lard into the flour, then massage it together until the lard is evenly distributed throughout the flour. Add in the baking powder, sugar, salt, and all-spice. When the mixture is well blended, add in the egg. Mix well, then add enough milk to turn the mixture into a stiff paste. Roll out the mixture and cut into round (I find an everyday drinking glass works well). Fry the rounds on a griddle or lightly greased skillet until golden brown.

Welsh Broth

2lbs neck of lamb
1lb potatoes
2 leeks
1/2lb carrots
1 rutabaga
2 tbsp chopped parsley
1 tbsp flour
Salt and pepper to taste

Put the lamb meat into a large sauce pan and cover with water. Season with salt and pepper and allow the water to come to a boil. Peel and cut the carrots in half. Peel and chop the rutabaga into chunks. Chop the “white” of the leeks, but save the green bits (about an inch from where the stalk divides) for later. Add all to the sauce pan, then cover and reduce to a low heat. Allow this to simmer for about 2 1/2 hours. Peel and cut the potatoes, then add them to the pot. Recover and simmer for another half hour. When the potatoes are nearly done, add the flour (and a bit of water if needed) to thicken the broth. Chop the green bits from the leeks and add them to the pot, along with the parsley, and simmer for 10 more minutes before serving.

Seed Loaf

2 cups self-raising flour
2 tbsp sugar
1 tsp salt
1/2 tbsp caraway seeds
5 tbsp margarine or butter
1/4 pint milk
1 egg

Sift the flour into a large mixing bowl. Add the salt and mix well. Cut the margarine into the flour and massage until the texture takes on that of a coarse meal. Add the sugar and caraway seeds and mix well. In a separate bowl, beat together the eggs and milk, then pour them into the flour mixture. Mix well until the dough becomes soft. Grease a bread pan, then add the dough to it. Try to even out the top as much as you can. Bake for about an hour at 375 degrees F.