What is the most challenging food recipe you have ever attempted?
Mine would be bread, even though some make it look easy, I just can't make a decent loaf of bread.
Sweet and Sour Pork from scratch. It was doable, it just took all day. After setting it on the table it was all gone before I could get seated. That was the last time. Thanks
The most challenging food recipe I ever made was quiche loraine. That is because I was living at altitude about 7,000 ft above sea level and could not keep the quiche from collapsing while leaving the ingredients, and taste, of the recipe the same.
Green Pasteles which are the Puerto Rican version of Mexican Tamales ( but much better tasting in my opinion ). It is usually made around Christmas time with a whole Battalion of friends and family. http://hubpages.com/hub/Green-pasteles
I once tried making my own ravioli, making pasta is quite easy but filling and then sticking it together so that it looks nice as well as being edible, it took me hours to do and most of it went in the bin.
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