The Cannabis Chef Makes Cooking With Cannabis Easy
Posted by Little Buds | July 25 2012 | 7385 views | Comments ↓
For years now, I’ve been mystified at the idea of cooking with marijuana. I’ve always been afraid to try it because, well, what if I mess it up? I’d lose so much weed it just doesn’t seem worth the risk. Well, now there’s an extremely helpful website dedicated to cooking with marijuana, with a list of do’s and don’ts, recipes for sweet and savory dishes, cocktails and other drinks, and interesting information about cooking with cannabis. Problem solved.
Thecannabischef.com offers tasty recipes for not only the sweet and delicious kinds of treats people usually make for fun and special occasions, but also for savory dishes that can be incorporated into your every day diet. Savory recipes include scrumptious dishes such as black bean and corn salad, which gets its dose from a cannabis balsamic vinaigrette dressing, a vegan bruschetta that uses cannabis oil, and pizza and pesto sauce, amongst other delicious menu ideas. Recipes for sweets include brownies, banana bread, sugar cookies, rice krispy treats and more. There are even recipes for cannabis jello shots and marijuana coffee!
What is most valuable on this site however, are the basic tutorials in written and video form, on how to make the ingredients needed to prepare almost any dish with an infusion of marijuana. These tutorials cover such necessary ingredients as cannabis butter, cannabis oil, cannabis milk, and weed flour.
Here is one of their recipes for marijuana coffee:
Estimated Time: 10 minutes
Serves: Makes 2 Cups
1 fresh brewed pot of coffee
4 tsp finely-powdered straight Arabian mocha
2 pinches of ground cinnamon
2 pinches of ground nutmeg
1 good pinch of pulverized hash
1 tsp honey to taste (optional)
1. The coffee is poured into a Turkish coffee pot with all the other ingredients except the honey.
2. Heat the coffee mixture on a low flame until it starts to bubble, remove quickly from heat.
3. The residues on the pan can be eaten with a spoon like candy!
Serve in espresso cups with a spoon and honey.
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Wednesday, 25 July 2012
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Article by Little Buds, on Jul. 25th 2012