Top Rated Doubles Recipes

The In-N-Out "Double Double" burger — served off-the-menu "Animal Style" — is a West Coast burger legend. To put the craze into perspective, people have gone as far as to freeze-dry the In-N-Out classics and ship them cross-country. Whether it’s due to the secret sauce (that some believe is really just Thousand Island dressing), the caramelized onions, or the fact that the burger patties are never frozen, it’s clear that this is an iconic burger that’s worth making at home.  Click here to see How to Make 5 Trendy Burgers at Home
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banana bread
Try this banana nut bread recipe made with DAVIDs TEA.
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greyhound cocktail
This isn't your average greyhound. Double up the grapefruit, and mix in some golden maple syrup for sweetness.This recipe is provided by Kim Haasarud, Brand Mixologist for Omni Hotels & Resorts.
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Chocolate Sorbet
It may be vegan, but don’t be fooled: This chocolate sorbet will be your new favorite ice-cold treat.This recipe is courtesy of Smitten Kitchen.
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‘Doubles’ are a vegetarian street food from Trinidad that consists of two pieces of fried, usually golden, flat, palm-sized pieces of quick bread, served with chickpea curry, called channa. Doubles’ likely originated as a Punjabi dish called chole bhatura, brought to Trinidad between 1845 and 1917 by Indian contract laborers imported to work on plantations after slaves were emancipated in 1834. Today, Doubles are food for the everyman, both vendor and customer. They’re quick and cheap to buy (averaging $3.50 in Port-of-Spain and $1-2 in New York) and relatively inexpensive to make. Anyone can be a Doubles vendor; one of the reasons recipes, and serving-style can be contentious—depending on the vendor, they can resemble a soft-taco, a sandwich, or a mini-burrito. There are four condiments which usually accompany Doubles: a hot pepper sauce made from Scotch Bonnet peppers, shado beni chutney (shado beni being a leafy herb which grows in Trinidad also known as culentro, Japanese saw leaf or Mexican coriander), tamarind sauce, and kuchela (a green mango chutney). All four can be found in most East Indian grocers or delis. You can make your own passable substitutes if you have trouble finding the prepackaged versions. For instance, for the hot sauce: blend Scotch Bonnet peppers with vinegar, salt and pepper to taste. For shado beni chutney, blend: 10 shado beni leaves, one garlic clove, ¼ Scotch Bonnet pepper, ¼ cup water and salt to taste (use cilantro if shado beni is unavailable).   Some argue for the use of cumin and curry in the bara dough, others argue against it. Similarly some cooks contend that split pea flour is essential to an authentic “skin.” To make your own Doubles at home, follow the instructions below, adapted from several recipes under the guidance of veteran doubles-maker, Ms. Uclan Fermin, of the famous Fermin Doubles from Holy Cross College, Arima in Trinidad.
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The Double Standard is a delicious and spicy cocktail made by the Cocktail Club.
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This root beer float doubles down on that delightful root beer flavor by integrating both homemade root beer ice cream and extra root beer to top it off.For more recipes from Janet Barton and the Simply So Good blog, click here.
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Embrace the chocolate-y goodness in these Brownie Pops without worry! Free from dairy, soy and gluten these ready-to-share treats are safe for the ingredient-conscious eaters in your life.
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Double Dipped Cookie Sticks
This sweet recipe is perfect for an afternoon tea party or sweet that is nice, light, and festive.
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Double Cornbread Stuffing
A tasty twist on the classic cornbread stuffing recipe starts with a packaged cornbread mix, and adds turkey bacon, whole kernel corn, onions, and celery. This recipe comes from Butterball. Click Here to See More Stuffing Recipes
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Double Cream of Celery Soup
Celery and celery root combine to make this a double celery soup. Just a small amount of cream is needed to make it extra creamy. If you've got a bunch of celery with their leaves, you can use the leaves to garnish the soup. — The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Vegetable Cookbook Click Here to See More Soup Recipes
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Double Smoked Holiday Ham
What’s better than a smoked ham for Easter Sunday?  How about a double smoked ham that’s been ramped up with a little peach-ginger injection and a peach finishing glaze? Click here for more Grilled Easter Recipes From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner, dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.
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