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Thursday, December 01, 2005

Whats your favorite Nutella recipe?



Inspired by this post by my good friend Abha, I wanted to share with you my favorite Nutella recipe. I call it the Nutella Double Dip Delight. Its very easy to prepare and -using BBC FOOD channel lingo - you can add your personal touch to this recipe anyway you like, literally!

Ingredients:
1 Nutella Jar

2 fingers, preferably washed

Directions:
1. Join index and middle finger together and shape in the form of a hook
2. With other hand, open Nutella jar (chef tip: it is advised you maintain your calmness at this stage).

3. Deeply immerse hook-shaped fingers in jar and in a half circle-like motion, pull fingers in upward direction
4. Obsessively lick fingers
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 as you find necessary


Recipe suitable for one person (or more depending on how freaky you are)

25 Comments:

  • nah.

    best is focacaciaociao bread (italian like french bread type stuff).

    cut open, fill with nutella.

    get sandwhich grill. grill.

    taste fecking good.

    By Blogger samuraisam, at December 1, 2005 at 9:00 AM  

  • lol... I'll try your recipe moryarti... I'll have my own chocolate feast!..

    I remember eating a full jar of nutella back when I was a teenager.. they had to take me to the hospital.. but it was worth it..

    By Blogger genesis, at December 1, 2005 at 9:57 AM  

  • Make a huge stack of Crêpes.
    Fill them with the stuff.
    fold into quarters.
    stack again.
    serve.
    devour.

    By Blogger CG, at December 1, 2005 at 10:11 AM  

  • Lol!

    That's how i started out. Then it developed to a spoon. Now it's BBQ pringles dipped in it :P

    It is the greatest temptation to resist when you pass over the Nutella shelf in the grocery store!

    By Blogger Jandeef, at December 1, 2005 at 10:43 AM  

  • good recipe moryarti

    I prefer to lavish a lot of nutella on 'her' and then take it off, using fingers tongue etc..

    :)

    By Anonymous KDD-Anon, at December 1, 2005 at 12:05 PM  

  • And the fellow nutellarians are out of the closet! :)

    Did'nt realise Nutella had any inspirational value :)

    By Blogger Abha, at December 1, 2005 at 12:37 PM  

  • To kdd-anon at 12.05....I know exactly what you mean, been there done that. But I have to spare the minute details from this blog!!!
    you know what i mean!!!!!!!!yummmmm

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at December 1, 2005 at 2:40 PM  

  • YEWWWWWWWWWW @ kdd-anon and et tu anonymous at 2.40 pm.
    Professore! For shame, such a lascivious, salacious post. And you know there are children here. Why Emirati only turned 18 last week. Just think when he tries out the NUTELLA on the "NANNY"!

    By Blogger kaya, at December 1, 2005 at 11:50 PM  

  • lol

    well .. kdd-anon and anon@2.40 only mentioned the idea without getting into it too explicitly - which i thank them for that, because i know there are and will be innocent little eyes like yours that will be reading these posts here :) :)

    As for Emarati - he said it was his brother who turned 18 .. the guy mentioned before he is working on a geographical-something-related-to-oil/gas degree - not really sure .. but i think u have to be above 18 to do that ;)

    Oh .. and btw, and the idea of trying nutella on a nanny - isn't that a "lascivious and salacious" suggestion? - tsk tsk tsk

    :o)

    By Blogger moryarti, at December 2, 2005 at 8:06 AM  

  • It's interesting to see the big chocolate companies adopting this 'recipe' craze to induce more consumption.

    It certainly elevates chocolate to a more tantalizing experience than a mere snack :)

    By Anonymous Sara D'amore, at December 2, 2005 at 2:24 PM  

  • Chocolate Chocolate everywhere,
    for every girl and boyyyyy

    Chocolate Chocolate everywhere
    filling our lives with joy

    There's been an r&b / hip hop song made for every type of candy on the market except for chocolate. I wonder how 50 cent's rendition of the chocolate song to be is like.

    By Blogger Makdeez, at December 3, 2005 at 8:55 AM  

  • how does mixing nutella with peanut butter sound (smooth not crunchy) ?

    By Blogger BuJ, at December 3, 2005 at 4:43 PM  

  • i would go for crunchy -

    Get one piece of double fudge chocolate brownie, center it in white flat serving plate

    Add one scoop of French vanilla ice cream

    place the nutella/p.butter mix in melting blow,heat until until it melt - do not boil

    let mixture rests a bit, wait until it thickens but not too much - then pour over ice cream.

    drip caramel sauce (or Butterscotch) in zigzag motion and finally a few puffs of dark cocoa power.

    enjoy ;)

    By Blogger moryarti, at December 3, 2005 at 5:37 PM  

  • LOOOOL moryarti mashalla 3leik.. seems u have a healthy relationship with your stomach! yalla sa7tein...

    u know i am very simple when it comes to food.. i love quality and that's it.. for example give me black coffee (espresso or turkish) no sugar and a tiny piece of lindt chocolate and i'm the happiest buj around :)

    crunchy would be good too.. it contrasts with the smoothness of nutella!

    By Blogger BuJ, at December 4, 2005 at 12:50 AM  

  • ...seems u have a healthy relationship with your stomach!

    if you only knew :)

    By Blogger moryarti, at December 4, 2005 at 2:40 PM  

  • loooool i am beginning to know, Rome wasn't built in a day!

    By Blogger BuJ, at December 4, 2005 at 5:02 PM  

  • Buj - you dont have a clue.. he loves his stomach first then ME... and he is good with the food to the fact that if he was a food critic half the restaurants in Dubai would have to re-adjust their menus!! hehehehehe

    Actually he is a great cook, and i mean it.. he cooks italian, chinese, arabic, does milkshakes, creme caramel, and nice small appetizers.. U should see what he planned for me on my birthday when we first got engaged!!! It was wow!!

    As embarassing as it is for me to admit, but i actually learned to cook from him!!! (as we have a cook at my parents, i miss the good old days when lunch and dinner were served to me)..

    And the person i trully have to thank for his talent is my mother in law..who is coming soon and will make the BEST EVER KOOSA in the world..

    By Anonymous Mrs. M, at December 10, 2005 at 2:14 PM  

  • Mrs M,

    SUPER LONG LOOOOOOOOOOL!

    so Mr M is in touch with his gastronomic side.. sa7tein :) and glad that Mr M likes to cook.. I believe it's important to be able to demonstrate certain skills to those you love.

    I can, for example, make wara2 3inab, which is a skill that will surely come in handy when i get married inshalla.

    Mrs M, have you thought of opening your own blog? We can criticise Mr M criticising food, or we can just do it here i guess!

    By Blogger BuJ, at December 10, 2005 at 3:39 PM  

  • i learned how to do wara2 3enab/yalanji this summer when mom was in town :)

    By Blogger moryarti, at December 10, 2005 at 3:52 PM  

  • nutella is yum....peanut butter is yum...together is good...brownies....hot sauce poured all over the lot is heaven, BUT vine leaves are OUT....hold the wara2 3enab.

    By Blogger CG, at December 10, 2005 at 4:34 PM  

  • lol CG's getting excited about food now.. imagine some lobster.. yummmmmm

    By Blogger BuJ, at December 11, 2005 at 2:47 AM  

  • buj... i think we'll criticise him on his own blog.. its much more fun..

    would love to have my own blog though, maybe i'll start competing with Mr. M.. however not now after i deliver inshallah ... now i am just enjoying the last 2 month of pre-baby..

    By Anonymous mrs. m, at December 11, 2005 at 7:39 AM  

  • Mrs. M. enjoy it all you can. You will never have a spare second to blog after you have the baby. You will be divided constantly by a demanding baby and a jealous husband.....babys make dads very very worried about their status you know.

    By Blogger CG, at December 11, 2005 at 12:52 PM  

  • Mrs M

    Wise words from CG.
    As for Mr M, absolutely agree it's more fun to dice him here in his own little space hehehe.. we can start criticising his criticism of food.. that would hurt (figuratively) hehe

    respect to he who can cook properly :)

    By Blogger BuJ, at December 11, 2005 at 9:48 PM  

  • You are genius like me.

    By Anonymous Raheel, at May 13, 2007 at 2:03 AM  

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