These are great on salads or veggies (Bacon Bits)
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It’s Matt. I made Butter in a Jar back when I was a kid as a youth activity. It was very easy and just took some time. So the other day at the store I grabbed some Heavy Whipping Cream and planned a night with the kids to make butter. It is really easy and will provide some tasty and easily home made butter!
Pour Heavy Whipping Cream into jars no more then 3/4 the way full. It is best to leave room for the shaking and turning action. Next begin shaking! And Shake and Shake. Some music to shake too makes it fun for the kids and helps pass time. Something with a fun and quick beat. The best way I figured to shake the jar was to hold it length wise in my hands with the lid in my palms and the base of the jar wedge in my forearms.
It takes about 5 minutes before you notice a thickening forming in the jar. This heaviness is the beginning of the fat changing and sticking together. At this point you really just have a thick whip cream in the jar. Keep shaking. At this point the jar edges will look like:
As another 5-10 minutes pass you will notice the jar filling with the foamy cream. It feels as if there is no room in the jar as the thick Heavy Cream is aerated even more with the shaking, but keep shaking. It will look like this:
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Just a few recipes this week
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One of my very favorite places to eat is Red Robin. Just about every time we go I order the Banzai Burger or their yummy chicken wraps. I decided to create one of my favorites in the comfort of my own home and the results were down right scrumptious! I added sauteed onions to my creation, typically Red’s, doesn’t have onion on their Banzai Burger, but every time I order it they do! I think it adds an extra little somethin’ somethin’. I hope you enjoy this juicy, mouth watering burger, grilled to perfection, smothered in teriyaki sauce on a bed of lettuce, topped with sauteed sweet onions, grilled pineapple, fresh garden tomato and a slice of Tillamook cheddar cheese. I totally just made myself hungry! Enjoy.
Ingredients For Burger
Ingredients For Teriyaki Sauce
Notes: Cover and stick in the fridge any remainder left over teriyaki sauce to use for future use. Recipe for sauce makes approx. 2 cups.
Grind / Grate Coarsely:
Let stand over night then drain, rinse and rinse again.
Boil 30 mins or until tender, put in a canning jar and place seal and ring on top. Yield 8 pints
If you grate small Zucchini use entire Zucchini. If you use large Zucchini just cut in half and with a spoon scrape out seeds.
You will need to water bath the jars for for 15-20 minutes, take out and let cool on counter. They will “pop and seal” as they cool.
Thanks to my Aunt Lawana who lives in the mountains of Cascade for this recipe. She taught me to make it when I was first married and Matt absolutely loves it! It is a great way to use up the zucchini that got away and are to large for other things.