To make homemade mustard oil, add two tablespoons of ground mustard seeds to one cup of sunflower oil, boil them for a few minutes, let the seeds cool and refrigerate them. Store the homemade mustard oil in a glass jar i... More »

Sambal olek is a condiment popular in many southeast Asian cuisines, such as those in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and the Philippines. Though preparations differ, sambal olek is usually quite spicy, as it i... More »

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Grinding coffee beans in the blender is possible, but not recommended. It is not recommended for two basic reasons. First, the granules produced from blender-ground coffee beans will be inconsistent sizes. A consistent g... More »

Prepared mustard is made by grinding mustard seeds and then combining the powdered, cracked or bruised form of the seed with an acidic liquid base such as vinegar, wine or water. This process occurs regularly in food-pro... More »

It is easy to make homemade versions of Boost or Ensure nutritional drinks using condensed milk, low-fat milk, malted milk powder, vanilla, sunflower oil and protein powder. Chocolate or vanilla powder also can be added ... More »

Make homemade barbecue sauce by sautéing 1/2 diced onion and 2 minced garlic cloves in oil for five minutes. Add 1 cup ketchup, 1/3 cup molasses, 1/3 cup brown sugar, 4 tablespoons minced chipotle peppers and 4 tablespoo... More »

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Because the oil used for fondue reaches temperatures of 350 degrees Fahrenheit, a vegetable oil such as peanut oil, canola oil or sunflower oil makes for the best choice. Other fats, such as margarine, butter or shorteni... More »