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PostSubject: Cooking recipes   Mon Jan 28, 2008 9:36 pm

Roasted chicken with potatoes and sour cream

Time needed: 40 min
Difficulty: average

Ingredients (for 4 persons):
1 chicken
2 onions
4-5 potatos
200 gr. cream (a cup)
1 small spoon of flour
50 gr. grated cheese
salt, pepper

Slice the chicken, add a spoon of oil and spice according to your tastes and put in the oven for 15-20 min. Cut the potatos and onions in small cubes and put them with a spoon of oil in a frying pan until they are half grilled, then add them to the chicken. Leave it in the oven for 10 more minutes, while preparing a sauce with the cream, flour and the cheese and a small spoon. Add it to the chicken and potatoes and put back in the oven for 10 more minutes.

Good appetite!

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PostSubject: Re: Cooking recipes   Mon Feb 04, 2008 3:46 pm

How to Cook American*.

Take green board place American on it...
Roast till well done
Throw away American and Eat board..
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* for vegans singe hair off first (you can bone the vegan first but most vegans are not worth the effort of boning)

Cannibalism is Strongly discouraged (you never know where a human has been last ).

( my mothers people (Onanadaga Nation Iraquois Confederation) banned eating their neighbors in the year 1447 for the same reason 52 years before the europeans started delivering... (this cooking method is same used to cook Carp to this day) bang head
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PostSubject: Re: Cooking recipes   Mon Feb 04, 2008 9:03 pm

Ooooh so much I can add here :D I copied this directly from my ET wiki ^^ Feel free to ask me for anything unclear ^^



Soutzoukakia Smyrneika:
Large meatballs with cumin, cinnamon and garlic and served in a tomato sauce.

Ingredients for ~10 soutzoukakia:
For the meatballs:
1/2 of minced meat of your liking (I use pork/beef mix)
1 onion (minced)
1 clove of garlic (minced)
1/2 cup of breadcrumb
half a teaspoon of cumin
half a teaspoon of cinnamon
salt
Pepper (preferably freshly ground)
For the Sauce:
1 cup of tomato pulp or 2-3 fresh tomatoes (ground)
1/2 onion (minced)
1 clove of garlic (minced)
1/2 glass of red wine
Some cumin
salt
Pepper (preferably freshly ground)
1 teaspoon of sugar
Parsley

Add all the ingredients for the meatballs in a bowl and mold until they
thoroughly blend. If you want them to blend really nicely, use your
hands. You'll get dirty but the result is worth it Razz
Shape the mixture into meatballs.
Fry them (with olive oil) until they're nicely brown on every side and
place them on a plate where you should have put some paper to gather
the most of the oil
In a pan or pot lightly chaute the onion and garlic and pour the wine over them.
Add the rest of the ingredients in and let it simmer until it thickens.
Add the meatballs in the sauce and leave it simmering for ~20 minutes
till they soften a bit. If your sauce is too thick, add some hot water
in.
You can either serve with rice or mashed potatoes or your favourite pasta

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PostSubject: Re: Cooking recipes   Sat Feb 16, 2008 7:03 pm

Chocolate mousse

Time needed: 20 min (plus 2-3h in the fridge)
Difficulty: easy

Ingredients for 6 cups:
6 eggs
250 gr dark chocolate
100 gr sugar
200 gr butter

Melt the butter and the chocolate, stirring slowly (careful not to let them boil), then put the pot aside and let the sauce chill. In a medium bowl, beat egg whites with electric mixer until stiff. In another bowl, mix the yolks with the sugar, then add them to the chocolate and butter sauce. Make sure it's cold, then pour it slowly into the egg whites, stirring vertically. Fill up the cups and put them into the fridge for 2-3 hours.

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PostSubject: Re: Cooking recipes   Sat Mar 15, 2008 2:25 pm

Omelette

Time needed: 15 minutes
Difficulty: easy

Ingredients for one person:
2-3 eggs
1 cup of milk
1 spoonful of wheat flour
Salt, pepper

Optional:
Mushrooms
Cheese
Sour cream
Bacon/ sausages/ any other kind of meat
Ketchup or tomato juice


Beat the eggs with the milk, sour cream and ketchup, then add the wheat flour and stir well. Add salt and pepper. Cut the meat into small pieces and grill it lightly (this is when you put in the mushrooms if you want them), then pour the mixture of ingredients. Cover the skillet and let the omelette fry for 5 minutes, checking from time to time not to burn it. After 5 minutes, cut it in two and turn it on the other side (if you want to add cheese, put it on half of the omelette and cover with the other half).
Leave for another 5 minutes.

Good appetite!



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PostSubject: Re: Cooking recipes   Mon Dec 08, 2008 2:07 pm

Mushrooms with bacon and polenta

Time needed: 10-15 minutes
Difficulty: easy

Ingredients:
mushrooms (I used these ones)
bacon cut in slices
one small onion
tomato sauce
wheat flour
corn flour
salt, pepper, garlic

Cut the onion into small slices. Heat up some oil in a frying pan, add the onion and let it fry until it gets a golden colour. Add pepper and optionally garlic, put in the bacon and let it roast as much as you like. Add the tomato sauce (2-3 spoonfuls), a bit of wheat flour and mix slowly (preferably with a wooden spoon) until you get a sauce. Add the mushrooms and let it simmer.
Meanwhile, prepare the polenta: heat up some water, add some salt and sprinkle some corn flour. When the water is boiling, reduce the heat and start adding the rest of the flour while blending continuously with a wooden spoon, until it's thick. Cut off the heat, cover with a plate then overturn the casserole so the polenta goes on the plate. Once it gets less hot, you can cut it with a spoon.
Check if the mushrooms are ready, put them in a plate, add a piece of polenta (it replaces bread) and optionally a cabbage salad (sliced cabbage, oil, vinegar, salt) and enjoy drool


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PostSubject: Re: Cooking recipes   Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:25 pm

COUS your ass godbye couscous.with zesty stir fryed potaoes and fish

this recipe should be enough for two

what you need;

-1/2 cup of sunflower oil.
-six small potatoes/or two medium ones.
-1 cup of fresh ginger and chili pepper puree.
-1/2 a cup of tomato paste
-1/4 a cup juice from a lime
-1 /12 cup of couscous
-and your fish of choice.

first;
-take one medium sized fish boneless and sliced.preferably something that has a hard meat to it so it won't melt when you cook it.
now put the fish in a medium sized pot. add 1L of water with a tablespoon of salt. and let boil for ten minutes.

take out the fish and pour the couscous into the broth and let it simmer on a low heat.

now for the potatoes and sauce;
dice the potatoes and in a shallow pot heat the oil.
fry the potatoes first than add the fish to them.and stir them for about a minute or so.

after that.
add the ginger and pepper puree tomato sauce and lime juice.
and continue stirring for another minute.
put the lid on and let it simmer on low heat for 5-10 minutes.

by then the couscous should have sponged up most of the broth and doubled in size.

serving;
take a shallow bowl like this http://www.westernsilver.com/dansk_china_dinnerware/dansk_pics/Christianshavn_Blue/pasta_bowl.jpg

and serve the potato fish and couscous side by side in equal portions.
and enjoy. eat
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PostSubject: Re: Cooking recipes   Sat Aug 08, 2009 2:02 am

Another omelette

Same as above:
Quote :
Time needed: 15 minutes
Difficulty: easy

Ingredients for one person:
2-3 eggs
1 cup of milk
1 spoonful of wheat flour
Salt, pepper

Add:
sausages
grated cheese

Follow the same steps as above:

Quote :
Beat
the eggs with the milk, sour cream and ketchup, then add the wheat
flour and stir well. Add salt and pepper. Cut the meat into small
pieces and grill it lightly, then pour the mixture of ingredients. Cover the skillet
and let the omelette fry, checking from time to time not
to burn it. After 5 minutes, cut it in two and turn it on the other
side


This time, I kept half of the mixture and only put the other half in the frying pan.
After about 5 minutes, I added the cheese and poured what I had left:





Covered it and let it another 5 minutes, then turned it on the other side.



The result:




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PostSubject: Re: Cooking recipes   Mon Aug 17, 2009 6:42 pm

Sardines with potatoes and thyme

You need:


  • 1 spoonful of olive oil
  • 2 large onions or 3 small
  • 3 cloves of garlic
  • potatoes (I couldn't say how many, it depends on their size... let's say 4 large potatoes, I had a dozen of small ones)
  • 2 spoonfuls of thyme
  • 8 sardine filets
  • 100 gr parmesan cheese
  • 4 eggs
  • 300 ml (1 cup) of milk
  • salt and pepper
First, boil the potatoes so they are ready when you start cutting the onions and the garlic into small slices.




Warm up the oil in a frying pan and slightly grill the onions and garlic.



Cut the potatoes in cubes and put them in the pan, then add 2 spoonfuls of thyme.



Cover the pan and let it at medium heat for 5 minutes. Meanwhile, mix the 4 eggs and the milk (add some salt and pepper at this step)



then put the potatoes in an oven tray:



cover with the sardine filets



and pour the mixture of eggs and milk, then add the cheese



Put in the oven at 180C for 25 minutes.


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