DIRECTIONS: In a large pot heat the oil to 375 C . In a large bowl beat together the egg and sugar. Stir in the milk. Sift together all the dry ingredients. Stir the dry ingredients into the egg mixture and combine. Chill the dough for 30 mins. On a lightly floured surface, flatten the dough to 1/2 inch thickness with a rolling pin. Cut them out into the desired shapes. Transfer doughnuts to wax paper and allow to dry for 10 mins. Using a spatula dipped in the hot oil, carefully transfer the doughnuts to the hot oil. Cook 2-3 at a time, flipping them when they brown on a side. Remove to paper towels to drain. Dust with confectioners sugar with cinnamon mixture.Serve warm.
INGREDIENTS : 4 chicken pieces , 2 teaspoon butter, 6 mushrooms slices, 1 red pepper chopped, 1 onion chopped, 2 cups of chicken broth , 1 cup rice, 1 spoon chopped fresh parsley, salt and pepper to taste.
DIRECTIONS: Melt butter in saucepan over medium heat. Cook onions , peppers, mushrooms, till golden . Stir in chicken broth and rice. Season with parsley , salt and pepper. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 20 mins. Meanwhile roast the chicken into preheated oven at 180 C till golden brown. Serve chicken piece on top of rice . Enjoy! 🙂
OVAL: Oval-shaped faces have a length equal to 1.5 times the width of the face, with forehead and jaw equal widths.
RECTANGULAR: Rectangular faces are 1/3 longer than the width of the face and have strong angles on the forehead and at the jawline.
ROUND: Round faces are as wide as they are long, but with soft, rounded edges.
HEART-SHAPED: Heart-shaped faces have the most width at the cheek, eye, and forehead areas, with a narrow to pointy chin. Sometimes they will also have a high forehead.
OBLONG: Oblong faces are as long as it is wide. Straight sides, a high forehead, and larger than average distance between the bottom of the lip and the tip of the chin are common attributes of the oblong face.
DIAMOND-SHAPED: Diamond-shaped faces are characterized by a narrow forehead and a narrow chin with the widest point at the cheeks.
TRIANGULAR (and INVERTED TRIANGULAR): Triangular faces are wide at the forehead and narrowest at the jawline; inverted triangular faces are widest at the jawline and narrowest at the forehead.Determining your face shape will help you decide where to place your highlights and contours and what features you’d like to define or downplay.