Posts Tagged ‘Goat Milk Kefir’
Donuts… deliciously crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside.
This donut recipe uses a lucky Chinese ingredient eaten on New Year’s Day: orange. The recipe calls for yuzu jam, made with Asian citrus, but you can use any citrus jam that is readily available such as orange marmalade. Oranges and tangerines bring luck, wealth and success to all those that eat them during the New Year.
Redwood Hill Farm plain kefir is the secret ingredient here. The batter should be slightly thick and donuts fried over a low-medium heat to make sure they are completely cooked and fluffy on the inside. You can either mix the yuzu jam in the batter or drizzle over the donuts while still warm. Sprinkle generously with powdered sugar (optional) for extra sweetness.
Happy Year of The Goat, we hope it is filled with luck and delicious new recipes for you!
What’s the secret to the best waffle recipe? Goat milk kefir, of course!
This quick and portable “Power Lunch in a Glass” is delicious and loaded with nutrients.
Redwood Hill Farm Goat Milk Kefir substitutes for half and half in this delicious quiche. The kefir and the aged goat milk cheddar give it a bright flavor; delicious with the mushrooms and broccoli.
This delicious goat milk ice cream gets its tanginess from Redwood Hill Farm Goat Milk Kefir.
Dairy products, like kefir and yogurt, are preferred methods for tenderizing, as they are mildly acid so they don’t toughen proteins like highly acidic marinades, such as papaya, pineapple, vinegar and full strength citrus juices. Perfect for any kind of meat or vegetables!
Our goat milk kefir provides the base for this nutrient-packed 10 oz. smoothie. Nutritional info provided.