Who doesn’t like experimenting a bit in the kitchen? It’s so fun to find new combinations of ingredients, innovative methods of cooking, and exciting flavors you didn’t think existed. In today’s video, we’ll show you several unique recipes and cooking techniques that will make you want to prepare something right away. For starters, we’ll show you how to make caramel popcorn. It’s the perfect snack for an after-dinner movie.
Vanilla ice cream is delicious as it is, but if you want to add a little extra flavor to it, try the rose petal syrup. It tastes so different from anything you’ve had before! Buckle up, because our next cooking idea is, well, a bit crazy: blue soda noodles. We know it sounds weird, but you just have to taste it! You’ll also learn how to make flan in a milk carton and an easy way to make shapes with pancake batter for the cutest breakfast ever.
Let us know which recipe you’ll try first!
0:09 – Caramel popcorn
2:29 – Rose petal syrup
4:36 – Blue soda noodles
7:14 – Boxed flan
10:10 – Easy pancake hack
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