I want to make banana bread and have many, many recipes that call for sweetener/sugar. However, I want to make this for someone who is diabetic and plan to use agave nectar instead of granulated sugar. Are there any adjustments that I need to make (adding more flour, etc) if I am replacing a dry ingredient with a wet one?
Does anyone usually leave out sugar completely in banana bread and just rely on the natural sweetness of the bananas? How does that work out?
What are you making for Easter dinner?
I want to knock my family's socks off. :)
what are your favourite recipes that require vanilla soy milk? i have about 1 L i have to use up by tomorrow (i'm going away). i saw some tasty looking alfredo recipes but they specify to use non-flavoured soy milk. i'm thinking about making lots of pancakes and freezing them, but it would be awesome to make something else in addition.
Last night I made an Indian Goan “Fish” Curry organic spice packet from Arora Creations. They cost about $4 a pop (which is a lot when you consider a single spice costs about the same per jar), but make for an easy and delicious dinner. The package suggests mixing the spices with lemon and olive oil so we did and added it to our mega broccoli and asparagus stir fry-steam. It was fantastic and super easy to whip up. Oh, and it tasted like it was mostly spices with very little salt.