Those that love coffee know how delicious the many variations on the drink can be. But, using coffee as an ingredient in food preparation can be just as delightful. You may be familiar with the use of coffee in desserts. However, its culinary additions are not just limited to sweets. You can also look for the best iced coffee recipe via http://thecoffeecollector.com/category/coffee-desserts/
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Any time a recipe calls for ground coffee, it’s best to buy freshly ground beans or grind your own for immediate use. If a recipe calls for liquid coffee, it is best to brew it just prior to use. Coffee brewed for use in recipes is often much stronger than you would care to drink.
Coffee Flavored Meatloaf Sauce
This recipe is for Australian style meatloaf which is gaining in popularity outside of Australia.
To make the sauce, a tablespoon of instant coffee is added to a quarter cup of water and set aside. In a bowl add a half cup of ketchup, a quarter cup of a favorite dry red wine, and an equal amount of Worcestershire sauce.
These are delightful for those who love coffee and chocolate.
In a saucepan, heat a cup of sugar, a quarter teaspoon of salt, and a stick and a half of butter. Add a teaspoon of vanilla and four ounces of chopped, semi-sweet chocolate and stir until well melted. Next, add a tablespoon of your favorite finely ground dark-roast coffee.
While still warm, fold in three eggs, a cup of flour and pour or scoop the mixture into a baking pan. Bake for 30 minutes at 350F or until done and set out to cool.