How To Make Sugar Cookies Homemade

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Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies- My first cookie baking experience! Look how beautiful they came out! 2 cups Brown Rice Flour 2 tsps baking powder 1/2 tsp.salt cinnamon to taste (optional) vegan chocolate or carob chips - put in as many as you like 1 cup raw sugar (turbinado #1, sucanat works too but sucks up a lot of the moisture) 1/2 cup canola or vegetable oil or Earth Balance 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/4 cup water VERY IMPORTANT-make sure all ingredients are at room temperature. It will work if they're not at room temp but it works MUCH better if they are. Also while your oven is pre- heating put the cookie sheets you are going to use on top of the oven so they get preheated as well. Preheat oven to 350. In a large bowl mix flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon (if you choose). Add chips. Make a well in the center and set aside. In a medium size bowl mix vegan sugar and oil/ Earth Balance. Mix it well. Add the vanilla and then add the water. Mix it well. Add the wet to the well in the dry. Mix it well but be careful not to overwork it. Add more chips if you need to. Spoon onto ungreased cookie sheets. Put them in the oven. Bake for 5 minutes and then flip and rotate the sheets.(top to bottom,and 180 degree rotation) Bake another 4 minutes and check them. The cookies are done when they seem a little bit softer then you want them to be. They will harden up some as they cool. I usually go in two minute increments from here untill they get to where I like them. Take them out when they are done and move them to wire cooling racks. If they split or come apart when you try to remove them let them sit on the pan for 2 minutes before transferring them to the racks. Serves: almost two dozen Preparation time: 15 mins?-10 to 12 cooking time
How to make miso soup
How to make miso soup first exposure to miso soup was in a Japanese restaurant, of course. When I first started looking for miso recipes so that I could make it at home, I was inundated with information about making dashi, the broth one dissolves the miso into. I needed to buy weird ingredients like seaweed and dried, shaved fish to make dashi. It was daunting because I wasn't familiar with any of the ingredients. Well, now that I've actually made dashi I'm here to tell you to forget all that. To make perfectly edible, flavorful miso soup, you can skip the dashi and just use hot water. All you need is some good miso paste. (White miso paste. Don't buy the red stuff 'cause it's funky.) Buy it at your local Asian food store, or order it online from or something. Homemade Miso Soup 1. Buy a tub of white miso paste and take it home. 2. Put a ball of it into a bowl (start at about a tablespoon's worth, and adjust to taste. I make mine about the size of a ball of sugar cookie dough before you smash it onto the cookie sheet). 3. Throw in WHATEVER YOU LIKE: cubes of tofu, sliced mushroom, dried wakame seaweed, shredded lettuce, edamame, thinly sliced radish, seafood... 4. Add hot water - just off the boil - and let the bowl sit until the miso is soft and the veggies are kinda cooked. Stir and eat. That's it.

how to make sugar cookies homemade
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