12 Unexpected Ways To Cook With Beer
Tiramisu, stuffed donuts, tomato pasta, and nine more ways to eat your beer.
Published Mar 16, 2017 5:00 AM
Braised Beer Chicken Pot Pie This decadently delicious, one-pot recipe comes with a spiced chicken and sausage filling flavored with pumpkin beer and a flakey cheese biscuit garnish.
Beeramisu There’s the traditional tiramisu, and then there’s this. This take follows the traditional recipe but, in lieu of dipping the lady fingers in coffee, a bold stout steps in to take the dessert to new heights.
Parmesan Pesto Swirl Beer Bread This cheesy dish combines a handful of sweet and savory ingredients – brown sugar and pesto – that play to the bold flavors of the beer bread.
Crockpot Carne Asada Beer Chili There’s nothing quite like a heaping bowl of chili on a cold winter’s day. This crockpot version comes loaded with a medley of unexpected ingredients including apple butter, beer, and cocoa powder. Topped with seasoned potato wedges, avocado slices, and grilled corn, it’s happiness in a bowl.
Onion Rings What makes these beer-battered onion rings so different from the rest? We think the beer and club sofa batter combo might be the trick. Serve this fried treat with a refreshing side of buttermilk ranch dressing.
Black and Blue Mac and Cheese Guinness is the star ingredient in this decadent take on mac and cheese featuring a white cheddar and blue cheese filling, and a crispy baked crumble on top.
Creme Brulee Stuffed Donuts Featuring a creme brûlée and stout mascarpone filling, these heavenly donuts are literally bursting at the seams with ooey goodness.
Beer Pretzels There’s nothing quite like indulging in a refreshing brew with a side of freshly-baked pretzels. This clever recipe seamlessly incorporates the two and takes things a step further with a beer and dijon cheese dip.
Sriracha Lime Beer Corn Fritters Serve these up at your next cocktail hour for a refreshing bite filled with bold flavors and plenty of spice.