|Twilight inspired quesadilla with Edward Cullen image in black food coloring (you can also use chili powder)|
Now that I am caught up in all of this, I have decided to host a party this Saturday for my friends and their daughters, so that we can watch all three movies in anticipation of the premier of the fourth. Last June, I created a quesadilla emblazoned with the image of Edward Cullen for my Hungry Halloween website. I was not yet a fan of the series, and only made the quesadilla to post on my site. Now, I will actually get a chance to use the stencil I cut to make more of these quesadillas for my party. UPDATE: I did make these for my party, and everyone loved them. Below is a picture of the quesadilla I made using chili powder instead of food coloring.
UPDATE: New picture.
|I brushed egg wash over the stencil and tortilla then sprinkled on chili powder.|
|Edward Cullen image created with food coloring spray|
Twilight Quesadillas with image of Edward Cullen
Special Equipment Needed:
*if using black paste coloring, you’ll need a sponge roller which can be found at craft stores or art supply stores. You can also use a sponge brush or pastry brush. Just be aware that the brushes will permanently turn bright pink after using this method.
Method 3: (pictures are from my witch themed quesadilla but will work with the Edward stencil)
I plan to use this method to make some Edward quesadillas this weekend, and will post pictures later.
Pour chili powder into a fine mesh sieve. Sprinkle the chili powder lightly over the stencil. Carefully lift the stencil off the tortilla.
Use a dry pastry brush to brush off any excess chili powder.
Update: Reader Photo.
Jacqueline from Purple Chocolate Home used her Edward Cullen stencil to decorate a cheesecake for her Halloween dinner. Care for a bite? I sure do. She said it was a bit challenging removing the stencil and keeping the cocoa powder in place, but I think she did an amazing job. Thanks for sharing, Jacqueline.