Baking with honey requires some recipe modifications in addition to the substitution of honey for sugar.
Author: Mary (Mary Sautter)
Nurture your digestive system with these raw vegetables given a fresh new taste with miso, honey, yogurt, sauerkraut, and other ingredients.
This recipe is the foundation for the Rustic Roasted Vegetable Tarts and the Roasted Root Vegetable and Goat Cheese Salad. Reduce by half for any one recipe.
This comfort food of savory roasted vegetables, cheese and flaky pastry makes a vegetarian addition to brunch, a light lunch when paired with a salad and a substantial side dish at dinner.
These same roasted root vegetables sparkle with the addition of sweet and tangy notes of goat cheese, dried cherries and pecans, all lightly drizzled with raspberry vinaigrette and served on a base of mixed greens.
Miso has become one of our favorite ingredients in cooking for the depth of flavor it adds. If you’ve never tried it, this recipe might be a good place to start.
This satisfying smoothie is loaded with vitamins A and C and fiber.
Irresistible combination of flaky, light puff pastry and succulent apples poached in a slightly caramelized buttery ginger honey syrup. Serve while still warm from the oven.
Use Hawai’i Harvest Beneficial Blends Heavenly Ginger & Honey to make an easy, delicious sauce or syrup for fresh or cooked fruit. The poached pears in the first stage are a delightful light ending for any meal. For an elegant dessert coarsely chop the poached pears, top with the custard mixture and bake. Finish with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of fresh ginger over the cooled custard for a creamy, multi-layered taste experience.