Kahlua recipes pleeze

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2009/09/01 15:07:52 (permalink)

Kahlua recipes pleeze

I purchased a bottle of Kahlua to make this wonderful cake--so easy and good.  What do I do with the rest of the bottle?  Any other recipes out there (besides drinking it, of course)?
 
Kahlua Cake
 
1 box yellow cake mix
1 package instant chocolate pudding
4 eggs
1 cup oil
1/4 cup Kahlua
3/4 cup water
 
Mix ingredients for 3 minutes.  Bake in 13x9 pan @ 350 degrees for 50 minutes or until done.
 
Top with glaze:
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1/4 cup Kahlua
1 teaspoon powdered instant coffee
post edited by offlady - 2009/09/01 15:09:20
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    Foodosaurus
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/01 15:23:48 (permalink)

    White Russian:

    1 Part Vodka
    1 Part Kahlua
    1 Part Half and Half.... but I use 2% Milk, that way I can drink more than one.


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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/01 15:24:29 (permalink)

    You can also make a great flavored Whipped Cream from it!

    Just add a few teaspoons to any whipped cream recipe.
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/01 21:11:57 (permalink)
    Only white russian with cream for me too.
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/01 22:27:17 (permalink)

     Other than drinking it?  Make more cakes!  You can also pour it over a dish of vanilla or chocolate ice cream - I like Kahlua - but Bailey's Irish Cream is my liquer of choice.
     It's all good.
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/02 16:13:43 (permalink)
    @baileysoriginal--i love adding Bailey's Irish Cream to freshly brewed strong hot coffee, and topping it with mounds of whipped cream. Yes, it's gilding the lily, but oh so good.
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/02 16:15:29 (permalink)
    I use kaluha when making tiramisu. (soaking the savoriardi/lady fingers in a mixture of cold espresso and kahula)..oh i want some tiramisu RIGHT NOW!

    Additionally, but i have not tried it yet, when making rumballs, some substitute Kahlua for the rum..i am sure it would takes delicious too.
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/02 17:47:36 (permalink)
    Here's a great low calorie "I need something sweet late at night" substitute for chocolate, ice cream, etc.  Not a White Russian (sorry, Big Lebowski fans) because the vodka adds calories, but sort of equal amounts (e.g., 2 ounces) of Kahlua and fat free half-and-half, in a glass over ice.  Addictive.
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/02 22:19:24 (permalink)

     Yes!  Kahlua would be great in tiramisu -
      but then so would Bailey's--------

      Last Christmas I was introduced to some sort of shot drink that consisted of Bailey's and Butterscotch liquer and perhaps something else but after one I knew it was not a nice thing to do to the Bailey's - I still prefer it straight.

    I've been told that if you poke tiny holes in any kind of chocolate cake and infuse it with Kahlua before you frost it you're gonna get rave reviews on it. 
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/04 11:06:23 (permalink)
    Bailey's makes a caramel liqour. Maybe that's what you had. I like it, but still prefer the original.
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/04 11:11:56 (permalink)
    baileysoriginal

      Last Christmas I was introduced to some sort of shot drink that consisted of Bailey's and Butterscotch liquer and perhaps something else but after one I knew it was not a nice thing to do to the Bailey's - I still prefer it straight.


    Bailey's with Butterscotch schnapps floated on top is called a "Buttery Nipple."  They are delicious!
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/04 18:06:53 (permalink)
    Foodosaurus

    baileysoriginal

    Last Christmas I was introduced to some sort of shot drink that consisted of Bailey's and Butterscotch liquer and perhaps something else but after one I knew it was not a nice thing to do to the Bailey's - I still prefer it straight.


    Bailey's with Butterscotch schnapps floated on top is called a "Buttery Nipple."  They are delicious!

     
    I never thought to look up what was in that, and I'd definitely order it. But I'd have to be in a non-Roadfood-type bar for that...

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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/06 09:01:28 (permalink)
    baileysoriginal

     
    I wonder if you had a Butter Baby.  A thin layer of Cinnamon Snapps added  to your Bailey's and Butterscotch.  They are very tasty!
     
    Try Amarula!  Maybe better than Kahlua.
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2009/09/06 15:01:26 (permalink)
    Colorado Bulldog:

    In a tall glass filled with ice,
    1 1/2 oz. vodka
    1 oz. Kahlua
    6 oz. 1/2 &  1/2
    splash of cola or root beer

    David O.
    post edited by boyardee65 - 2009/09/06 15:03:00
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    Re:Kahlua recipes pleeze 2010/03/08 22:28:35 (permalink)
    When baking a chicken, pour a good shot and a half over the bird just before you slide it in the oven. This works with most any liqueur. Triple Sec is an excellent one for this as well.

    Also, 4Tbsp of Kahlua is a boon to any waffle or pancake batter. Here's my basic waffle recipe:

    I AM The Wafflemaster!

    I have used the club soda, and it works well.
    I also prohibit any bland, non-interesting waffles in my house.

    The secret recipe for really tasty waffles is.....

    2 C Krusteaz Baking mix (or Bisquick, I like Krusteaz better)
    1 cackleberry
    1 1/3 c cold water, or soda water (either works, and no-I don't measure it. I just add it in as I stir until I achieve a nice consistancy, and do not overwork the batter to get the lumps all out. This makes the waffles tough).
    2 Tbsp cooking oil (more or less)
    1Tbsp vanilla (not the extract,but vanilla)
    6Tbsp Kahlua (4 for the batter, 2 for the cook)
    1tsp sugar
    Pan spray the griddle plates

    Optional Ingredients:

    Blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, any kind of berries. Add in as many as you want. Frozen berries work fine. I don't use canned ones.

    For something different, instead of berries, try this:
    Cook some bacon, but not too done. Pour the batter on the bottom plate, then lay a couple of strips of bacon on the batter. Close the lid and let cook as usual. MMMmmmm, good.

    No bacon? spoon in some bacon bits instead.

    Granola goes good in waffles, too. Either mix it in the basic batter, or add it on the griddle by the spoonful.

    Pecans are wonderful in waffles. A mainstay in the Southern states. Chopped or halves, doesn't matter. All nuts are good in waffles.

    For those with a real adventurous side:

    Make the basic batter (above), then add appx. 1Tbsp baking cocao. Increase the sugar a bit. I go more by color here, so amounts are eyeball only. If you like darker, add more cocoa. Keep in mind that baking cocoa is not sweet, so you may need to add in some sugar.
    With the Chocolate waffles, my wife makes a syrup from canned milk, vanilla and sugar, cooked on the stovetop in a sauce pan.
    Warning !!!- The chocolate waffles will raise  blood sugar levels to the max. Be careful giving them to children, unless you can send them away to the in-laws for a while!! But they are VERY good. My sis-in-law demands them whenever they visit.

    There.... my secrets are out.
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