And my point is,
I don't know the correct pronunciation for this
but I do know it's gooood!
I made this at Shanna's house this past week
for the first time and knew Honey had to have it.
Check this out:
It's from Food Network Magazine.
It was really pretty easy to make, just a little pots
and pans intensive, if you know what I mean.
Shanna did not have a springform pan and I was not
inclined to get one for her
(I'm pretty sure I would be the only person who would ever use it.)
I used an 8 inch square pyrex dish which
worked just fine but being able to unmold it
really was cool.
My family loves all things starch so this is terrific for us.
That's a lot of sticky rice in there!
I'm not sure if it might be a bit much for the public at large.
It is my understanding that these are also traditionally made
using pasta and I could totally see swapping
the rice for some broken up bucatini.
I messed with the filling tonight by
adding some calamata olives.
I wonder if every culture has some variation of this.
I'm thinking Shepherd's Pie.
Hey, Mark, what do think?
He's my food encyclopedia.
And my brother.
Bet he lets me know how to pronounce it too :o)