Something unusual you put on food
- Hank Hanover Aug 7, 2010 08:50 AM
What is something unusual, you put on food?
Pepper on cantaloupe.
A mix of chili powder and cayenne on pineapple chunks.
Salt on watermelon. Doesn't everybody?
Salt in chocolate or caramel. That one is pretty common.
Sweetened condensed milk on popcorn. Popular in South America
Sweetened condensed milk on toast like jam.
Sour cream and brown sugar on strawberries
"Sweetened condensed milk on toast like jam"
I've been doing this since childhood. A modified version is to dip a piece of bread in a beaten egg, fry it up on both sides in butter, and top with sweetened condensed milk. That's a lazy person's French toast - the sugar and milk are moved out of the dip and into the topping instead, and the need for syrup in completely eliminated.
my mom does brown sugar and sour cream on strawberries
balsamic vinegar and black pepper and a little sugar on strawberries - let macerate
ketchup on everything - when i could... even liked it on lobster claws and blackened fish
sage or basil on nectarines and peaches
poppy seeds and honey on/in chicken salad