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Discussion in 'Cosplay & Misc' started by R1pp3r D. Pervert, Oct 4, 2013.
Bruv this food is f*cking on point.
Let's do this!
looks not as good as yours gut it turned out pretty good
I dedicate this recipe to a good friend... @Wolf
Cheesy chicken with gnocchi on salad Kcal: ~450/portion
Ingredients: (for 4 people)
- 600g of gnocchi
- 400g of chicken breasts
- 250ml of sweet cream
- salt & pepper
- curry powder
- parmesan cheese
- olive oil
- few salad leaves
Easiest thing to do is to make gnocchi. Simply bring water to the boiling point, add some salt and toss gnocchi in. Cook them until 1st one start floating, then pour out all the water. Add cold water and leave gnocchi in for 30sec or so (shock effect so they won't stick to each other). Then pour out the water again and let em rest.
With chicken firstly wash it under cold water and then with cloth dry it up. Cut it into bit size pieces. In a bowl mix salt, pepper, curry powder and some olive oil. Mix chicken pieces in it and let it rest for 15 minutes.
Take a pan, add olive oil and start cooking chicken. once its nice and dark on every side pour in sweet cream. Lower stoves heat and add grated parmesan. Add gnocchi and cook until gnocchi warm up.
Take a plate put salad on it and spread the dish. Sprinkle with chopped chives
Before my boy Emil comes today, i'll reopen this thread with a simple sugary breakfast, good appetizer or just when you want some sweet tooth....
Sweet toast Kcal: ~600/per plate
- 1/2 of French loaf
- 100g of cottage cheese
- mint leafs
Cut french loaf into slices and spread 1 side with a really small amount of butter. Put it in toaster and let it get that wonderful crust.
While waiting prepare other ingredients. Add sugar to cottage cheese... amount is up to you... Wash mint and strawberries. Continue by removing greener parts of berries and cutting them down if needed so.
All that is left is making small sandwiches... spread some honey on bread, continuing with cottage cheese, mint and strawberry.
@Monster Trio , @Tony , @Red Here's my xmas gift i guess...
Italian Beef Salad Kcal: ~500/person
- 200-300g steak
- spring spinach
- parmesan cheese
- 1 red onion
- fistfull of cherry tomatoes
- 1 carrot
- 1 cucumber
- 2 eggs
- extra virgin olive oil
- Balsamic vinegar
- white wine
- black pepper
- Season steak with salt on all sides. Cover it with foil and let it rest for 30 minutes. I advice buying a good piece, Or if possible let it rest in oil for couple of days.
- peel onion & cucumber and chop them. Wash the rest of veggies. Cut carrot in strips and let the strips rest in sugary water for 30 min.
Dressing is easy... about 3 spoons of olive oil, 5 spoons of vinegar and rest is to your taste...mix and place in a bowl to use later...
Take a good pen... I use cast iron pan. Oil on it and heat it up. Now i wont be a dick and tell you how long you should cook your steak... its up to your preference. I like mine ''minus medium'' (not medium rare!) So for mine it took about 2.5min on each side. Important... if you cook for medium or less... Let the steak rest for 3-5 minutes before cutting!
Heat up oil in a pan... again... make egg to your preference... some prefer soft some hard cooked so do as you like
Combine all your veggies in a bowl and mix then.
Take a wide plate or a board and place salad on it, don't forget to grate some cheese on it. slice steak into pieces and place them on salad... add egg and dressing and eat...
Looks delicious, i'm on the bridge of exploding but that would go right in my 3th stomach
Is that you Gordon Ramsay? XD
I love this thread! Thanks @R1pp3r D. Pervert
I haven't read the recipes yet, but the utensils needed, i needed to know that. Gonna buy some soon .
I definitely have to try the Zlevanke. I think I've never eaten anything like it. Do you know for how long they can be storaged? Can I put them in the fridge?
They are best eaten fresh & next day... Tho think they last up to 6-7 days (don't forget ''milk''produce)
Everything looks so great! Keep it up, masterchef.
Ok... I'll reopen this thread... BUT I'm unsure... Due to photobucket issues i just might remake a thread or make a thread 2.0 and use excel to make recipes and post pictures of excel screenshots + photo.
why... i had ~15 PM's in last month or so about it so i guess thanks for reaching out ^_^
This is a great resource for those who are and aren’t alreadyinto cooking. It was very insightful and thoughtful of you to take the time to create the difficulty scale, the timing, as well as lay out the list of tools, etc at the beginning. Then to follow thru with photos and instructions for each recipe instead of simply sharing what you made each day shows care and consideration above and beyond. You’ve created a resource for those who are already cooks to just dive right in and for those who’d like to start out to be able to get involved by following along. Since cooking is one of the things that brings me joy, I love it, well done, awesomeness!! (Not that you asked me or anything lol.)