This is also one of my first drinks when I turned 21; so it's, by far, my favorite, aside from the White Russian drink.
What You Need:
2 oz. Hpnotiq vodka
2 oz. Henessy Cognac
- Pour both parts and stir.
Remember: You don't want to squish it too much to flatten it, nor do you now want to have your onigiri to fall apart when it isn't pressed together enough.
I also think that this recipe can be used as a family-bonding experience where everyone can have fun creating their own onigiri. Of course, if you want to increase the amount, double or triple the ingredients. You can also switch the tuna for other types of food like shredded chicken or beef. It's best if you use seafood types as filling.
You don't have to follow the recipe exactly as I have here. If you prefer a more tart taste rather than sweet, add a little more rice vinegar or dijon mustard. For more sweetness, add more dried cranberries, honey, or sugar.
You can store this dressing for up to two weeks in the refridgerator in a bottled container (I have mine in a glass dressing jar).
Cranberry Vinaigrette Salad
Now that you've created your own dressing, the salad, my friend, the salad is even more simple. Try this out; and again, this can be according to your own taste.
What You Need:
cranberry vinaigrette dressing
half can of pitted olives (sliced or whole)
lettuce/spinach (prepackaged preferrable)
sweet grape tomatoes
Didn't I tell you it was easy? Now, there's no correct way to slice, dice, or cut any of the ingredients. If you like a chunky salad, go for it. Or if you like, small pieces are fine as well. If you don't like some of the ingredients mentioned here, you can always add your own to the mix. This salad is flexible for anyone's taste.