|Ken Homs Illustrated Chinese Cookery|
|by Ken Hom|
This is a new edition of Ken Hom's 1984 publication, which has been revised and enlarged to reflect the healthier eating habits of the 1990s and t...
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Combine brandy, bourbon ... (even vodka) with vanilla beans in a ... prewashed cheesecloth or and unbleached coffee filter or use as is. Yield: about 1 1/4 cups.
Combine in a ... stored and the vanilla beans reused. Or ... calling for vanilla extract. This is for persnickety cooks with a lot of time on their hands.
Split vanilla bean lengthwise and ... Let sit for at least 6 weeks. The longer you let the beans marinate in the liquor, the stronger the flavor will be.
Combine vodka and vanilla beans in a ... half the vanilla extract is used, add ... is gone when the vodka no longer turns to a dark color. Yield: 2 cups.
Combine all ingredients. ... weeks before using. Vanilla beans can be ... who love to bake. Along with it, enclose 3 recipes using fresh vanilla extract.
Combine vodka and vanilla beans in a ... half the vanilla extract is used, add ... flavor in the beans is gone when the vodka no longer turns to a dark color.
Take scissors and cut vanilla bean in half ... This is pure extract. In supermarket ... water, alcohol, corn syrup, caramel coloring and vanilla bean. 1 cup.
Combine vodka and vanilla beans in a ... After half the extract is used, add ... has been used with the same beans for a period of three years, or longer.)
Partially break vanilla pods and put into the brandy. Leave in an airtight bottle for 6 weeks before using, shaking every day.
Split vanilla bean, then cut into several pieces. Put into bottle or jar with vodka. Let stand 2-3 weeks, shaking occasionally.
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