Spice Rack Challenge-Rosemary

So this months spice is Rosemary and as it happens I didn’t find out about this challange for a bit, so the deadline is on friday, and Thursday’s evening dinner is planned and made and so needed to come up with something quick that Rosemary was central.. Might I recommend you also have a peek at this recipe that use’s rosemary

Already made supper for tonight, which is a chicken barley soup, but didn’t have a dessert.. awesome.. so made Rosemary pudding, basic but so tasty.

  • 1 cup whole milk (one half cup pudding for DH an I)
  • 1/8th cup of sugar
  • 1 tbsp of homegrown dried rosemary

This is as easy as can be, I put the rosemary in the grinder and ground it to a fine powder, added the three above to the steel pot and let it get hot, I mixed 1 tsp of corn starch with 2 Tbsp of water and poured in to thickin the pudding, whisked it well for 30 second’s as got nice and thick, pour into two little glass bowls and into the fridge to get nice an set for dinner.

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2 Responses to Spice Rack Challenge-Rosemary

  1. 40 Pounds By June says:

    Hello, Trying to catch up with your posts – cuz they’re my fave! I love that idea of a spice challenge. I’ve been wanting to learn more about spices myself. I’m thinking of making it a blog category.
    These are two ways that I would have never thought of when using rosemary. I want to try those cookies!

  2. Nicole says:

    Love the spruce tip cookie recipe. I bet you could use spruce tips in place of rosemary in a lot of recipes. It would be fun to experiment.
    I was in the same boat as you scrambling for something for the challenge this month. I only heard about it a few days before the deadline.
    This pudding is very creative, looking forward to seeing what else you come up with this year.

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