any one know how to make orange marmalade?
is it necessary to use sugar for it?
Okay, so now that the weather conditions in my little corner of the world (Ellensburg, WA) have reached epic cold proportions, I'm searching for a few stew/soup recipes. I have a few requirements. The recipe needs to be:
- light on soy (I'm trying to cut back on how much soy I eat. A cup or so for a recipe is okay, though.)
- heavy, hearty, and filling
Also, I have about three to four cups of plain pumpkin puree sitting in my fridge, waiting. I wanted to puree some carrots and add them together to make a soup base, but I'm not sure what else I should add to it to make an actual soup. I want the soup to be on the creamy side with a bit of spice. I'm thinking something along the lines of a curry flavored soup. Any suggestions for what I should add to the puree?
Finally, I'm looking for a simple and cheap wheat bread recipe - one that is a basic recipe that I can tweak with other ingriedents.