Nothing is quite as comforting as a hot savory stew on a frosty winter's day. This one pot recipe brings a depth and earthiness to the classic via the inclusion of coffee. Delicious and easy to prepare, this stew can be served alone, on a bed of noodles, or with some fresh crusty bread. The recipe yields enough to share, but feel free to save the leftovers for multiple servings as the flavors will continue to develop and improve over time. With a recipe this delicious, who could blame you? Enjoy!
The combination of a brownie and a cup of coffee is delectable. How can you improve on a classic, you ask? Adding espresso powder to the mix will intensify the chocolate flavor of the brownie. Looking for an added kick? Adding chili and cayenne brings a subtle depth to the finished product. The brownie now tastes like a rich, mouthwatering chocolate bite of heaven, with a kick of something extra. Want even more flavor? Along with this delicious spicy espresso brownie, I have included a chocolate coffee icing to die for. Only one thing left to do. Get baking and enjoy!
Cooking with coffee can be fun and delicious! Here is an easy, crispy, and spicy chicken wing recipe. I served it with some crudités and blue cheese dip.
Having grown habanero peppers for the first time in my garden, I was left with these beautiful robust orange-y twisted peppers and a lack of ideas. Not surprisingly the first thing I thought of was coffee. Also (not surprisingly), the next thing I thought of was hot sauce. Anyone who knows me knows I like it spicy!! It was a natural leap from there to a first attempt (for me) at homemade hot sauce...