For all the Potter heads out there (or non-Harry Potter fans anyways, this drink will convert you!) here’s a recipe to recreate the most popular magical drink from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter!
- 1 liter cream soda (chilled)
- 1 tablespoon Butter extract
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon caramel/butterscotch
Just mix all the ingredients together, and pour into a chilled glass!
- 1 7oz container of marshmallow creme
- 1 cup whipping cream
- 1 teaspoon rum extract
Add all items together in an electric mixer and combine until smooth. Pour the butterbeer into a glass, drizzle with the cream topping, and enjoy!
~Can also be made vegetarian~
What you’ll need:
- box of pasta (I used rotini)
- shredded cheese (I used 3 cups of white and yellow cheddar)
- vegetables of your choice (I used broccoli)
- meat of your choice (*optional*) (I used cubbed ham)
1.) Preheat oven to 350. Cook pasta (and meat if you want meat), cook vegetables.
2.) After draining pasta, put into an oven safe dish. Add 3/4 cup of milk and two tablespoons of butter. Mix until the butter is melted.
3.) Add just enough cheese so that the amount of pasta you used gets nice and cheesey when you mix it up.
4.) Add veggies (and meat) then mix it all up. Add more cheese if needed.
5.) Put a top later of cheese over the mix, cover and put into oven for 5 minutes or until the layer of cheese is melted through.
I used a pound of pasta and this made 4 servings. The total cost of this dish was $8. Price obviously will change if you choose to add more than one veggie or meat, or if you exclude meat.
this takes ten minutes to do: cut tomatoes and put them in a pot with some water and a bouillon fish cube (or veggie cube), put the heat on so it starts to boil. Then crack a couple of eggs into a small bowl and stir them until they are clear. Now; drip small amounts of the egg blend into the boiling water - they will stiffen into egg lumps (lumps that the chinese call egg flowers). The last thing you do is adding rice noodles into the soup with some chili pepper and wait until they are soft. You can also put some vinegar on it before you eat it, but not too much. :)
EDIT: my friend Xin told me I should have fried the tomatoes in some oil first to make the colour of the soup more red, which is more typical for chinese ramen. Next time :)