Nov 11, 2014

Best Oatmeal Recipe and Lasagne Recipe

These two recipes are the latest from BetzFav Channel.

Best Oatmeal Recipe

There are few things in life -- or at least during breakfast -- that are more satisfying than a good thick bowl of oatmeal. In this video, Mister Nasty Clamps himself demonstrates a great way of putting together a bowl of oatmeal that travels incredibly well and is (in all honesty) the best oatmeal recipe ever. The video and recipe is courtesy of Mister Nasty Clamps. Oatmeal, also known as white oats, is ground oat groats (i.e., grains, as in oat-meal, cf. cornmeal, peasemeal, etc.), or a porridge made from oats (also called oatmeal cereal or stirabout). Oatmeal can also be ground oats, steel-cut oats, crushed oats, or rolled oats. Here is the video about this recipe:

Lasagne Recipe

Lasagne originated in Italy, traditionally ascribed to the city of Naples (Campania), where the first modern recipe was created and published and became a traditional dish. Traditional lasagne is made by interleaving layers of pasta with layers of sauce, made with ragรน, bechamel, and Parmigiano-Reggiano.

Here is the video about this recipe:

Aug 26, 2014

How to make Ice Cream (Sorbetes)

It is hot (the weather)! Ice candy, ice drops, ice cream and sorbetes are among the food demanded when it is summer and when it is hot. Sorbetes is a Filipino version of ice cream usually peddled from street carts in the Philippines. Peddlers of sorbetes ice cream provide several serving options. of varying colors and flavors. It may be served in a small plastic cup, a wafer cone, a sugar cone or a bread bun, at varying prices. An ice cream serving can include one flavor or, for no extra charge, a mixture of available flavors.

So, are you planning to make your sorbetes? Here is the guide:


* 1/2 gallon powdered milk
* 1-1/2 gallon coconut milk
* 1/3 gallon evaporated milk
* 2 kilo sugar
* 1/3 kilo corn starch


1. Mix all ingredients using mixer (or egg beater) until the consistency is foamy.
2. Pour in a stainless steel pan or boiler. Let boil for 15 minutes to kill any microbes or bacteria. Set aside to cool.
3. Put desired flavoring (artificial flavors): vanilla, lemon or kalamansi, chocolate, coffee, nuts, cashew and others. You can also use real fruit flavors like mango, ube, macapuno, cheese, among others.
4. Put into freezer for half an hour or until half-frozen.
5. Remove from freezer and mix again (with big wooden spoon or egg beater) until the consistency becomes a thick mass.
6. Transfer it in round stainless container. Cover; put it in wooden push cart. Put lots of crushed ice and salt between the containers. You can use dry ice as an alternative.
7. The ice-cream will get hard in 20 minutes.

Source: DOST, photo courtesy of chocobhitzs