We put this Feta-Stuffed French Bread recipe to the test. The question: could salami, cream cheese, soup mix, sour cream, and feta, make us want to eat our spinach? The answer: yes.
Recipe review: homemade wild blackberry scones, made with sour cream and butter, from America’s Test Kitchen. You wouldn’t believe what I had to go through to bring you this post. Blackberry canes have thorns, man.
Chocolate Birthday Baileys Surprise Cake, is a Dutch-process, hot water chocolate, four-layer cake with an espresso-laced Baileys filling and a triple cream (sour, cheese, whipping) frosting. Buttermilk makes it rich, oil (rather than butter) makes it moist, and dark, dark cocoa gives it its profound flavor.
Good things come in threes: this is the first of a trio of chocolate cakes that we’ll present over the next few weeks. Chocolate Stout Cake is a hot water cocoa cake in which the oil and water are replaced by sour cream and beer. Topped off with a cream cheese frosting, it’s quite an impressive cake.
How To Make Sour Cream Pierogi Dough in a Stand Mixer: A homemade Polish recipe by a guy who respects tradition, but knows where to draw the line.
This is the final post in a six-part pierogi series. This post contains several pierogi dough recipes: a plain version, one that uses sour cream (miLam’s favorite), another that uses milk, and one that’s enriched with egg yolks. For fillings and instructions, see previous posts.
This bread gets its rich, fresh, depth of flavor from nuts, nut-meal, oregano, sour cream, and thyme. Starting with a sponge and kneading the final dough by hand are key to giving this bread its unbelievable texture and complex flavor. Refrigerating the dough helps you to manage time and the bread to develop character.
Mayo and sour cream (and maybe yogurt) are a versatile combination. Some of these dressings could easily be turned into chip dip, potato salad, or even – perhaps surprisingly – mashed potatoes.
This chocolate sour cream cake gets its flavor in part from a tall Starbucks raspberry mocha, in addition to a layer of jam or preserves. It’s dense, rich, and sophisticated.