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    #1 R1pp3r D. Pervert, Oct 4, 2013
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    Cooking...skill of cooking is a skill I believe everyone should master. If not professionally then at least rookie level.
    Its a skill that might save you some money and health.

    I will present you dishes that I make on regular bases at home and/or with my friends. Most of them are simple to make.
    I would like to address a caution that time for making dishes can be a bit different in your country/place due to different products, but in general it should be close to mine.
    Also do understand to adjust usage of spices/toppings to your likings/taste, thus add more or add less of something you really want in dish you'r preparing.

    I'll be using basic cooking utensils, so don't do as my friend did after finding my recipes, when he had a shopping spree in a cooking shop.
    Most important utensils are:
    - Cutting board: Its better if its out of wood and at least 1.5cm thick
    - Chef's knife: ~12inch/25cm long knife. With this knife you'll do ~70-80% of cutting work.
    - Pairing knife: Small knife for peeling, coring and carving
    - Pans/Pots: For cooking they are both a necessity. Soups, stakes, veggies, fish or meat they all can be nicely done in them. I mostly use stainless steel pots and ceramic pans. But there are exceptions for some dishes I use different pans.
    - Measuring cup. Every rookie follows recipes to 90% accurately and
    before you train your eyes for portions measuring cup will help you. To save space and money, try getting one that has for sugar/rice on 1 side and flour on 2nd side :)
    - Tools: I'll just name them, basically you understand or will understand why these are basic - Potato masher, spatula, whisk, ladle, vegetable peeler, wooden spoons, tongs and grater
    - Oven mitts: I think i don't have to explain why.
    - Mesh strainer & colander

    In spoiler are pictures of kitchen utensils. Due to size and length I decided to put them in spoiler.
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    1.Spatulas
    2.Brush
    3.Vegetable peeler
    4.Ladles
    5.Wooden spoons
    6.Whisk
    7.Potatoe masher
    8.Garlic press
    9.Grater
    10.Sharpening rod
    11.Poultry shears
    12.Cheese knife
    13.Chef's knife
    14.Bread knife
    15.Meat knife
    16.Vegetable knife
    17.Pairing knife
    18.Carving knife

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    1.Big pots
    2.Medium size pots
    3.Small size pots
    4.Ceramic pan
    5.Small teflon coated pan
    6.Teflon coated ribbed pan
    7.Teflon coated wok
    8.Teflon coated sauté pan
    9.Wooden cutting boards

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    1.Glass bowl
    2.Measuring jug
    3.Colander
    4.Ceramic bowls
    5.Plastic bowls

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    1. Baking tray
    2. Pancake pan
    3. Ceramic roasting pan
    4. Glass roasting pan
    5. Oven mitts
    To help with difficulty of a dish and time spent on preparing i found this helpful icons
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] More weights there are, harder the dish to prepare.
    Time spent on dish will also be added with clock icons. I believe everyone knows how to read clocks so this are icons for 15,30,45 or 60min.: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] or [​IMG] for fast 1-10min dishes

    Last part.

    -Menu. Due to size and constant changes in it, it will be placed into spoiler. I don't want recipes to move from page to page since menu will also show on which page recipe is.
    -Recipes will be placed in sub-categories (soups/salads,...) and labled A-Z. On left side I'll add them page number, so that they'll be easier accessible
    -With time amount of recipes will increase and i'll make more sub-sections (example: from main dishes; chicken/beef/pork/vegetarian/other, fish were already excluded).

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    Chanterelle with eggs
    Page 1​
    Cheese burek
    Page 5​
    Curd cheese
    Page 2​
    Fried egg breakfast
    Page 6​
    Fruit skewers with Greek yogurt
    Page 3​
    Italian toast sandwich
    Page 4​
    Italian tuna sandwich
    Page 1​
    Melon prosciutto
    Page 3​
    Pisto on baguette and egg (Spanish breakfast)
    Page 8​
    Pizza burek
    Page 5​

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    Beat-up soup
    Page 3​
    Beef broth
    Page 1​
    Courgette soup
    Page 5​
    French onion and sage soup
    Page 6​
    Leak soup
    Page 3​
    Spinach soup
    Page 3​

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    4 seasons stew
    Page 4​
    Coastal yota
    Page 3​
    Leftovers stew
    Page 3​
    Mushroom stew
    Page 4​
    Ričet
    Page 1​


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    Cabbage & potato salad
    Page 2​
    Caprese salad
    Page 3​
    French salad
    Page 3​
    Fruit salad
    Page 3​
    German salad
    Page 3​
    Greek salad
    Page 5​
    Mediterranean tuna salad
    Page 3​
    Non-Traditional Russian Salad
    Page 5​
    Shopska salad
    Page 3​

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    Light pasta with mint
    Page 5​
    Meat Lasagna
    Page 3​
    Pasta with chicken and veggies
    Page 2​
    Spaghetti alla Bolognese
    Page 6​
    Spaghetti alla Carbonara
    Page 6​
    Spaghetti alla Napoletana
    Page 7​
    Spaghetti Milanese
    Page 8​
    Spaghetti alla Puttanesca
    Page 8​
    Spinach tortellini in cheese sauce on rucola
    Page 6​
    St. Patty pasta
    Page 8​

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    American days (cheeseburger + onion rings)
    Page 4​
    Bolognese style stuffed eggplant with cooked rice and cherry tomatoes
    Page 5​
    Chicken breasts with spring vegetables in bear sauce
    Page 8​
    Chicken chimichanga
    Page 2​
    Chicken Cordon Bleu
    Page 8​
    Chicken Risotto
    Page 3​
    Chicken steaks rolled in Schwarzwald ham and juicy vegetables
    Page 8​
    Chicken summer style
    Page 3​
    Chicken steak & tagliatelle in mushroom sauce
    Page 4​
    Courgette burgers with fried rice
    Page 7​
    Falafel
    Page 8​
    Fried grated potatoes and pork steak in rich hunter's sauce
    Page 7​
    Goulash with gnocchi
    Page 1​
    Goulash with potatoes
    Page 1​
    Homemade Pizza
    Page 1​
    Imam Bayildi
    Page 4​
    Italian potato omelette
    Page 6​
    Kumpir
    Page 7​
    Mash potatoes, spinach sauce, sausages and egg
    Page 8​
    Marine brochure
    Page 3​
    Meatballs in tomato sauce
    Page 3​
    Mixed minced meat & veggies
    Page 8​
    Omurice
    Page 5​
    Orzotto
    Page 8​
    Pancake cannelloni
    Page 1​
    Parisian steak
    Page 1​
    Pork steaks in hunter's sauce with blueberry mash potato
    Page 8​
    Radicchio and pork risotto
    Page 8​
    Salty pancakes with béchamel, chicken and veggi filling
    Page 8​
    Sataraš with mash potatoes
    Page 1​
    Stuffed paprika with bread dumplings
    Page 6​
    Traditional Sunday lunch
    Page 1​
    Turkey with mozzarella cheese stuffing, mash potatoes and mushroom sauce
    Page 4​
    Veal rolls with carrot & pickle, cooked rice covered with sauce
    Page 6​
    Veggie paella with chicken wings
    Page 7​

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    BBQ salmon with potato salad
    Page 4​
    Ebi Fry European style, cooked rice
    Page 5​
    Natural sea bass fillet, pasta with pesto sauce and Mediterranean style eggplants
    Page 4​
    Sea bass, mash potatoes with spinach
    Page 7​
    Salmon with Holland sauce & cheery tomatoes
    Page 8​
    Shark fillet with potatoes (baked)
    Page 3​
    Shark in beer's dough, couscous with veggies and tartar sauce
    Page 5​
    Sushi: veggie
    Page 3​
    Trout with stuffed tomatoes (grilled)
    Page 3​

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    Apple strudel
    Page 2​
    Blueberry cake
    Page 1​
    Brownies
    Page 5​
    Cherry strudel
    Page 2​
    Chocolate ice-cream with yogurt dressing
    Page 2​
    Dark Christmas moon biscuits
    Page 8​
    Kaiserschmarrn (Carski praženec)
    Page 5​
    Pancakes: European
    Page 1​
    Yogurt with melon
    Page 3​
    Zlevanke
    Page 6​

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    Lemonade
    Page 4​
    Mint water
    Page 4​
    Summer surprise
    Page 3​



    I STRONGLY WISH THAT TROLLING AND UNWANTED TEXTS MAKE A DETOUR FROM THIS THREAD.
     
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    RE: R1pp3r's cooking thread


    Italian tuna sandwich
    ~400-500 Kcal (normal person needs 2000 Kcal / day)

    Time spend: [​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients:
    -100g can tuna
    -70g of cheese spread with sour cream
    -corn (can be from can, i usually cook a fresh one)
    -olive oil
    -mozzarella cheese
    -tomato
    -corn or whole wheat bagel.

    You take an cup (mine is out of aluminium) and you put in the tuna. Try butchering it a bit so it 'll be left in really small pieces ^^. Add cheese spread, tea spoon of olive oil, corn and then stir until you get this good looking tuna spread (look pic).

    Kcal on 1 sandwich ~290
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    Open your bagel, put your tuna spread in it, cut your mozzarella cheese and tomato and put it in bagel as well.
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    With this tuna sandwich i recommend 2 dl of freshly squeezed orange juice or mint tea.


    we got a good Serbian dish (well Hungary, Croatia and Serbia fight over it, who made it 1st. )

    Sataraš with mash potatoes and sausages.
    ~500-700kcal

    Time spent: [​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients (for 4 people)
    Sataraš
    - 2-3 tomatoes
    - 1 big onion
    - 2 paprika
    - 3 eggs
    - powder paprika
    - Oil (i use sunflower oil)
    - Salt and pepper
    mash potatoes
    - 7 bigger potatoes
    - 1 tea spoon butter
    - 2 normal spoons of sour cream
    - salt
    sausages

    For mash potatoes you peel the potatoes and cut them. Put them in a pot with COLD water and add salt. Cook on bigger flame or higher °c, (depends of what kind of stove you have). When it boils, lower the temperature/flame and cook on. From time to time use a knife or a fork and when it goes smoothly through the potato its cooked. Poor out the water (leave around 1 dl of it in!) and add butter and sour cream. Mash everything until you see (look pic)
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    There are of course other different ways to make mash potatoes, such as using milk instead of butter and cream but i find this kind the best. That 1 dl of water that we left in is for better mashing and better texture in the end.

    For Sataraš you can use either wok or pan, doesn't meter, i use that which is clean and not in dishwasher :)
    First you prepare your vegetables by chopping them. Put oil in your pan and add chopped onions. When they are nicely yellow add paprika, lower the flame and close up your pan. When paprika is nicely soft (usually ~20 or so minutes) add tomatoes, close the pan again and wait for another 15 min. Stir a bit from time to time!
    Add salt, pepper and powder paprika, stir a bit more then add your eggs. Now stir a lot, you don't want to have well done egg there, you want eggs to mix with veggies. When its nicely mixed, cover the pan for 10 more minutes and its done. (look pic)

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    If there would be more juice left in it, usually there is plenty because of tomatoes, just use bigger flame on and don't have your pan covered and it'll be gone in a min or two :)

    Now for HARDEST PART !!!
    SAUSAGES

    Make few cuts on your sausages (or hot-dogs whichever you like) and put them in your pen with oil, turn them from time to time so they don't burn and that's it :D

    Now everything on the plate
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    Goulash with gnocchi ~700kcal

    Time spent: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients:
    - 500g of beef stakes
    - 500g gnocchi
    - salt and pepper
    - 2-3 big onions
    - 1/2 apple (not sweet nor sour, something in between)
    - thyme
    - safflower
    - bay leaves
    - savory
    - oil
    - 1 bouillon cube
    - water

    Now goulash takes time to make so when you do this dish, have time.
    First cut beef stakes into cubes. Chop your onions and put them into the pot with oil. Close the lit and leave it to roast on medium heat for 15-20min. Add your cubes and continue roasting for another 20min. Add water, it must cover the meat completely, better little more then not enough. Now you season the dish it with salt (not too much), pepper, few bay leaves, savory, safflower and thyme, also add 1 bouillon cube.
    Now you leave it to cook on low heat for around 2h. From time to time stir! Goulash will be done when beef cubes will be soft, so if that means another 15min of cooking, just cook.
    Peel the apple and grate it. Add it to the goulash and leave it on low flame for another 15-20min, stir around a bit. This goulash mustn't be too thick so add water from time to time if its needed.
    When its done start with gnocchis since they take little time.

    Put gnocchi in warm, salty water and start cooking. Add a tea spoon of oil (so that gnocchi won't stick to one another). When they come to the surface they are done. Drain the water so that gnocchi won't become soggy.
    Put them on plate and eat (pic)
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    Bon Appétit
     
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    RE: R1pp3r's cooking thread

    Chanterelle with eggs ~300kcal

    Small warning, nothing serious. Don't consume alcohol or milk product with this. Also due to ingredients such as egg and mushrooms its strongly recommended that this is consumed for breakfast instead of dinner. It could also be added to lunch as an appetizer or side dish!


    Time spent: [​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients: (for 3 people)
    -100g Chanterelle
    -1/2 of big onion
    - 3-4 eggs
    - oil
    - parsley
    - salt and pepper

    Put your Chanterelles in hot, salted water and cook for around 15-20 minutes. In the mean time peel and chop onion and put it on oil in pan. Fry it so that it 'll look yellow-brown color, but don't burn it.
    Add your Chanterelles with onion and continue frying on medium heat for another 10 minutes. Add parsley and season it with salt and pepper. Stir for around 5 minutes so that parsley gives its good flavor. Add your eggs and stir a lot. When your egg parts are close to done, increase the head and with stirring cook for another 3 minutes.
    Dish is done, add a piece of bread or a bun and enjoy. (pic)
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    Bon Appétit
     
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    Homemade beef broth

    One of the classics in soups. I cook it every or every 2nd Sunday.
    It takes time so that's why mostly people tend to make it on weekends.

    Time spent: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients:
    - Beef meat + beef bone (i usually use beef shanks)
    - 1 bouillon cube
    - water
    - salt
    - pepper (grains)
    - 1-2 bay leaves
    Now for vegetables,... i put a lot of them in so here we go (Clean them before use, that's all you have to do)
    - carrots
    - cauliflower (broccoli if u prefer, or got too high cholesterol levels)
    - parsley (use a thread to tie it together)
    - kohlrabi
    - garlic
    - onion
    - tomatoes (not to big and softer ones)
    - leek
    Other vegetables that can be added (i don't simply due to i like the flavor i get and/or i don't have means to get other vegetables)
    - lovage
    - parsnip
    - savoy
    - celery root

    Take a pot and put water in it. Add your meat and bone (if they aren't together), season it with salt, add 1 bay leave and few grains of black pepper. When it boils lower the heat/flame.
    Go watch TV for 2h. After 2h of cooking add all your vegetables in it. Don't chop anything, just put them all in the broth together.
    Leave it to cook for another 2h. (pic)

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    I didn't say much of how much of which veggies because some people prefer a lot of something but almost nothing of other... you decide :) Only thing, if you decide to use lovage, use just a little of it!

    Usually i make a beef soup out of this and what i do is take the broth and put it in different pot (don't take vegetables) bring it to be boil and when it boils add noddles. When noodles are done its done and you may eat it. Serve it on a tray and add vegetables from main pot.

    Now you have possibilities to make a lot of things and i'll share 2 dishes that came with the help of this broth.
    Whatever broth remains i re-use the next day OR if i make it in a 4-5L pot as you can see in pic i freeze it and reuse when we want broth soup (DON'T HAVE IT IN FREEZER FOR LONGER THEN 3 WEEKS (ON -5°C)!!!)

    Bon Appétit
     
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    Average Sunday lunch for my family that i make out of broth is

    Traditional Sunday lunch ~600kcal

    Time spent: [​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    - beef (from broth)
    - 1dl beef broth
    - 2 onions
    - 2 table spoons oil
    - 1 1/2 potato per person
    - salt and pepper
    - paprika powder

    Beef was used from broth, i cleaned it by removing bone and fat, since it was nicely cooked all i needed was fork and i've split it with no problem.

    Potatoes: Wash them and put them in cold water. Add salt and leave them to cook. When it starts boiling, reduce the heat. After around 30-40min insert a fork or a knife into potato and by that test it if its done - if it goes smoothly through, its done. Remove the water (add cold water if u want it faster too cool down). When potatoes are cold enough to have it in your hand peel them and afterwards slice them thinly. Option 2 is grating them but it takes a bit more time.
    Take a pan and add 2 spoons of oil then fry chopped onion. When its color is yellow-brown add sliced potatoes, season it with salt and stir a bit. Add ~1dl of broth and tea spoon of paprika powder and stir it all together. Leave it for another ~5min and its done
    Put it next to the meat and add veggies from broth.
    (pic)
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    Next to it horseradish spread and plain green salad. Dry white wine goes nicely with this lunch

    Bon Appétit
     
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    Beef goulash with potatoes ~500 kcal

    This is 2nd meal that is prepared from beef which was used to make beef broth.

    Time spent: [​IMG][​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients: for 4 people
    - Beef (from broth)
    - 7 potatoes
    - paprika powder
    - salt and pepper
    - 1 big onion
    - clove of garlic
    - bay leave
    - marjoram
    - oil

    Preparation: Peel potatoes then cut them into cubes.

    Take a pot, pour cold water, add potatoes and start cooking. Lower the heat/flame when water boils, add pinch of salt and cook until they are done (insert a fork and if it goes through smoothly they'r done). Remove 1/3 of water, leave the rest.
    In the mean time take a pan and slowly roast chopped onion and garlic. After ~10min add beef and stir. Beef was already cooked before in broth so it shouldn't take more then few minutes for this step. Put everything you have in pan into the pot with potatoes and continue with your cooking on low flame/heat.
    After 15 minutes add bay leave, marjoram, pepper and paprika powder.
    Leave it to cook for another hour or so and stir from time to time. If you believe its too thick add a glass of warm/hot water.
    Should be done now so eat up.
    pic.:
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    Bon Appétit

    ...next recipe you might enjoy... homemade pizza ^^
     
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    7 big potatoes? really? i would make it with maybe... 1 or 2...


    with 7 potatos i would eat that for like a whole week xD
     
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    I'll make few fixes on TOP... i'll add recipes in order and add that i cook for family meals (~4people) I've added ''for 4 people'' somewhere, somewhere not so i'll just add on top :P y idd otherwise its simply 1-2 big ones :P
     
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    Nice cooking!!! we have 2 varieties of this dish called 'BULALO' (has corn added) and NILAGANG BAKA (Beef broth). I love these dishes :)
     
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    Homemade pizza Kcal: Debatable

    Time spent: [​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients: for 4-5 pizza's
    ingredients for dough:
    - flour (1kg)
    - hot water (~0.3-0.5L)
    - yeast (2 cubes or ~90g)
    - milk
    - salt and sugar
    - vegetable oil

    Dough:
    Take a cup. Put 2 tea spoons of sugar in it then add yeast (break it a bit if its together.) Add a pinch of sugar on yeast and then pour warm milk over it (don't make the yeast swim, just add a little to cover the yeast). Close the cup with whatever you want but don't open it, yeast has to rise (15-20min usually at my place) - done

    Take a big plastic pot (i do at least), take the flour and salt put them in the pot and mix them a bit. Make a hole in the middle and add risen yeast in it. NOW DON'T BE AFRAID TO GET MESSY. Use your hands and start mixing. Add warm water and mix mix mix. After running out of water if you feel that your dough still has too much flour or it isn't soft enough, add 1-2DL of warm water more, otherwise don't. While mixing you can add spoon of vegetable oil, so so it 'll be easier to mix it. Dough needs to be soft and elastic.
    Now you should have a nice big ball of dough. Take a sharp knife and cut it in 4-5 equal pieces. Knead each piece a bit into a ball

    Knead it - here is youtube video for it - use the technique on small balls 0.00-1.25... anything after 1.25 skip, my technique is better at least i find it better and with a lot less oil. [video=youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yycs2-vq9I8[/video] ... Different people have different ways of kneading dough.
    Take a cloth spread a little flour on it and put your 5 pieces of dough on it, cover them with another cloth.
    Now leave the dough to rise (15-20min).
    What you must remember is that while making dough windows should be closed if its autumn/winter time, because it should rise on warm home temperature.

    Toppings:
    WON'T TYPE THEM ^^ everyone puts different toppings on pizza...on my pizza i added tomato sauce, ham, cheese, mozzarella, olives, home-grown pickles, oregano and basil

    Take a pizza tray. put 2 tea spoons of oil on it and spread it. Add dough and spread it equally - its better that its less dough in middle and more on edges, that will give you that nice big crust. now you add toppings.
    Put pizza in oven on 250°c for ~10min. Check from time to time just in case.
    Put it out and on a plate and enjoy. (pic)

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    Bon Appétit
     
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    Blueberry cake Kcal: ''no comment :)''

    This recipe is for those with sweet tooth :giggle:

    Time spent: [​IMG] + [​IMG] for resting
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients:
    - 4x eggs
    - sugar (3dl) + 6 spoons for pudding
    - soft flour (3dl)
    - milk (4dl) + 1,25 L for pudding
    - sunflower oil (2dl)
    - 1x vanilla
    - 1x baking powder
    - 4x vanilla pudding (~160g)
    - 500g of frozen blueberries (~20min prior to putting them on cake, take them out of the freezer)
    - 3 spoons of rum
    - butter

    Break eggs into bowl, add 3dl of sugar and vanilla powder. Take your electric whisk and start whisking. Slowly add 2dl of oil. When you'r done with oil, slowly add flour and milk (4dl) into it in sequence - little of milk, little of flour and then milk again,...
    Now you add baking powder and rum and whisk for another few moments.
    Take a tray (mine is ~65x40cm) and spread butter all over it so that cake won't stick to pan. Now pour the mixture into the tray and put it into the oven for 15-20 min on 180°c.

    While baking we'll make pudding so take a pot and put 1L of milk into it, put it on stove and bring it to the boiling point. While milk is going to boiling point take 4 puddings (powdered), 6 spoons of sugar and mix them. Mix in another 0.25L of milk.
    Milk is at the boiling point, lower the heat and add pudding mixture you were preparing in the mean time. Mix until the pudding starts to thicken - you want pudding to be thick.

    Take your cake out of oven, put your blueberries onto it and pour pudding over it.
    Cover it with foil and let it rest for an hour or so. Cut it and eat it. (pic)

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    Bon Appétit
     
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    wow, i just looked at the pics and like wow, na can't be bothered to cook
     
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    Due to my job search and lack of health i didn't post much so now that i am back here we go... 1 for sweet tooth again :)

    European pancakes - Kcal: ~350 (on portion)

    Time spent: [​IMG] + [​IMG] for resting
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients: ~8 pancakes
    - 2 eggs
    - 350 ml of milk (0.35L)
    - 220g of flour
    - 1/2 spoon of sugar
    - salt
    - oil

    Take a bowl and break the eggs into it, add sugar and salt then use whisk or electric mixer and start mixing. Add milk and continue mixing. Now gradually add flour so that all the ingredients will be mixed into a smooth dough. It must be smooth, semi-thick dough. Allow the dough to rest for 30 minutes (in fridge).

    Take a pancake pan / pan. Heat it up, add drop or two of oil for every pancake you make. Use a ladle and poor dough into the pan, slowly turning the pan to shape the pancake. Leave it for about 1 min, then turn. Another minute and it should be done.

    pic.:
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    I got mine with Nutella, homemade blueberry jam and chocolate dressing.

    Bon Appétit
     
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    Thanks to r1pp3r, all of a sudden I'm now craving for sausages! Luckily I have a sister to cook it for me. :luffy:
     
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    I just love this thread, good initiative, I'd love if more members started threads like this one! Cook award well deserved.

    Eveything looks delicious, but the "Sataraš with mash potatoes and sausages" is what looks the best for me. The european pancakes... I still make them once in a while, it's very easy and delicious, it goes well with almost any kind of sweet.
     
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    Sausages hahaha
    Siscon boy maybe :D? I doubt she'll be able to fill your stomach all your life :D

    I'll post good Slovenian dish with sausage later, JUST 4 U ;)

    Arigato gozaimasu

    I'll have more free time now in 2nd part of Nov and in Dec so i'll be able to post more :)

     
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    This thread seriously makes me hungry. All those pictures.... *drools* Haha. That blueberry cake is ♥. I love desserts.
     
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    Today i'll post 2 simple fast made dishes, a lot of people eat them every day

    Parisian steak with French fries and salad ~550 Kcal / plate

    Time spent: [​IMG]
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients
    - potatoes (or ofc frozen French fries)
    - oil
    - turkey steaks
    - flour
    - salt & pepper
    - paprika in powder
    - curry powder
    - egg
    - salad (used green crunchy winter salad)
    - for salad: salt, oil (used sunflower and pumpkin), vinegar (used apple), garlic, water

    For fries i guess everyone knows what to do. Take a pan, pour in oil and start boiling. Ofc other way you can also put it in oven on 200°c for 20-25min if frozen fries can be made in oven (check the package)
    I myself peel potatoes and cut them into strips. Take baking tray and baking paper and put my cut potatoes on it.

    Now put oven on 225°c and put fries in it for ~30min (can take more time, depending on type of potato and how thick you cut it)
    While waiting on fries do be done take 2 plates. In 1 i pour in flour (100g or so) in 2nd one break an egg and i mixed it for roughly 20s.
    Take a cutting board, place steaks on it and season the steaks. Then put them into flour - turn them (flour should cover whole stake) and after into egg (the same,...cover whole stake). Have a ready pan on a stove with heated oil, thus when stakes went through last 3 steps, put them into the pan
    Fry them on bigger heat until they get yellowish-brown color then flip them, lower the flame and cover them - fry them slowly... In roughly 10min take them out and put them next to your fries.

    Salad was done in common fashion. First i cleaned it, no one likes to have dirt between the leafs. I seasoned it with salt, add apple vinegar, pumpkin oil and sunflower oil. Slightly added a bit of water as well (0.5DL) and sliced clove of garlic. Mix everything together throughly and added it next to fries and steak.

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    Bon Appétit

    2nd dish is similar to 1st.

    Pancake cannelloni with French fries ~500kcal

    Time spent: [​IMG] for cannelloni [​IMG] for pancakes and [​IMG] for resting
    Difficulty: [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Ingredients:
    - pancakes
    - cheese
    - ham
    - oil
    - flour
    - egg
    - breadcrumbs
    - French fries
    - tooth picks

    Preparation:
    Recipe for pancakes i've already added so look for that one there for references.
    Cheese has been grated, Ham was sliced - has to be thin. Similar as before i took 3 plates - in 1st there were breadcrumbs in 2nd flour and in 3rd beat egg.

    Now place open pancake on a big plate/clean table. take slice or two of ham and put them onto pancake, over that add grated cheese. Now wrap the pancake as you would wrap a tortilla. Video for help:
    [video=youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiN4kiHpmvg[/video]
    Take 2 tooth picks and stick them through and through so that your dish wont fall apart. Now place it into the flour, let it cover every inch, next place it in egg and afterwards into breadcrumbs.
    Put your cannelloni into refrigerator for roughly 30min.
    Take them out. Take a pan and heat up the oil. Put cannelloni on oil and fast cry them,... 1min / side. Ofc you can fry them slowly, fry 1st half of it on high heat for a min then turn over cover the pan and lower the heat and fry for roughly 5min.
    Take out tooth picks and put them on plate with your fries
    [​IMG]

    Bon Appétit


    Now what do you do if you got extra beaten egg and flour?... Mix them together...to get a sticky mixture and just put it on hot oil...2min on each side on high heat and it should be done...Vegetarian steak :) ... season it with chives if you want, since its a nice combo :)
     
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    I LOVE FRIESSSSSSSSS!!! Damn, I'm hungry.
     

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