Do you love creamy, rich butter? I know I do. Which is why I wear giant stretchy pants. We actually don't eat an inordinate amount of butter at our house, usually just Saturday mornings when we have our weekly pancake breakfast.
I have wondered for a long time how to make butter at home using fresh cream. I decided to give it a try.
Boy, it was easy and it only took on ingredient. Cream. And it only took 2 minutes!Read More
As you probably notice I have become momentarily obsessed with my crock pot. I don't have a lot of time to stand in the kitchen.
Plus, it's hot. Hot, hot, hot. The weather lady said to run the AC full blast today. But since I'm frugal, it's on 79. (We had a $330 electric bill! Can you believe that???)Read More
SO you're in the kitchen, chopping your potatoes and onions when you realize you are missing a key ingredient, cream of mushroom soup. What to do? What to do?
Why, you can whip some up! I did this when making my husband's favorite roast. And he loved it.
What you'll need:
2 tbsp butter - you can use margarine if you're that kind of person. ;)
2 tbsp flour
2 tbsp milk (or sour cream)
2 cups mushrooms
And 12 ounces of water
In a pan melt your butter, then whisk your flour in, add your milk (or sour cream) and mushrooms, then water to get it the right consistency.
I then dropped in onions, potatoes and a roast. It was amazing.
You can easily make homemade cream of chicken by subbing out the butter for a couple tbsp chicken broth.