some repost from bg fit thread. have to remind myself to shoot some new:
grilled marinated (soy sauce, mustard, some curry powder and spices) chicken breast, sliced up in a lettuce, carrots, beetroot and lettuce salad.
roulade on madeira sauce and some buttered and steamed broccoli + cauliflower.
escalloped white mushrooms filled with a tomatoes, cheese and crème fraîche mixture. lettuce, mozzarella and beetroot salad. sweet potatoes country cuts. marinated (bought) chicken sticks.
Here's what I found:
Extra spicy has a red cap:
This is garlic:
And onions have a light purple cap.
Also found the green one in another shop, doesn't state if it's anything specific.
Never seen Flying Goose Brand. All sriracha I have ever seen or used has been Huy Frong's Rooster.
Here is a NY Times story about the man who created the Rooster sauce and his life.
Ramen, scratch made everything, except the bowl. ;p
The soon to be turkey stuffing
To meet the bacon requirement, basically fried catfish, cheese grits, more cheese, and bacon, and oh krispy kreme doughnuts
I looked up how to make ramen a while ago, and turned out that the process is pretty simple and straight forward. That being said, I didn't really like how they turned out ><
I used this particular recipe, and i just put the dough through pasta roller since i don't have the dexterity to pull off the acrobat thing you see on youtube. This recipe will require a stand in mixer, like kitchen aid, I for one wont do it without a stand in mixer, because it's too much work, you can try knead it by hand if you like, just double the time in the recipe for kneading.
5 1/3 cups bread flour or "00" pasta flour + w/e amount additional flour for rolling the pasta
1 1/3 cups room temp water, more if needed.
1 table spoon kansui
1. Combine all ingredients, knead on mixer with hook attachment on medium-low speed for 10 min. Dough should form into a ball after just a couple minutes, if it doesnt, add a tablespoon of water until it does. Wrap dough in plastic wrap and rest it in a fridge for at least 30 min- 1hr.
2. Roll pasta to your desired thickness/setting. If you dont have a pasta roller, just use old school method, rolling pin or empty vodka bottle or whatever to roll the dough, could probably find a video in youtube on how to cut noodles.
3. Cook ramen in salted boiling water for 5 min. drain and do whatever you want.
For Ramen dinners. You don't have to buy the prepacked noodles & seasoning. Can replace the ramen noodles with a huge variety of noodles. Vermicelli, Lo Mein, Udon etc. For the broth can use a small amount of chicken broth. The seasoning packages are full of MSG and salt. Miso paste also works for a broth.
I'm currently trying to perfect Risotto. It's tough.
Bought this from a Stop n' Shop a few months ago. It subdued my sweet tooth urge for like a week.
Made Chili tonight for the week. Served it over rice with cheese on top, was delicious :3
(Spoilered for size)
I didn't take a picture of it, but I also made a non-vegetarian version of the chili that was posted earlier. I made a few adjustments, for I am a carnivorous fellow:
* 1 lb of ground beef, browned
* 1 tsp of Cayenne Pepper
* 3 tbsp of Chili Powder
* I used about 250 mLs of dark-ish beer (bock) instead of the water. I dumped in about half and drank the rest.
* Rice to go under it.
* Grated cheese to go on top.
I'm not entirely confident that I got real Chili Powder, because I'm in Germany (without german) and they had like 7 different kinds. It smelled like it may have been a mixture with Cumin. Regardless, it tasted great in the end and took very little effort.
Stir-fried peppers and onions with seitan over whole wheat soba noodles. DELICIOUS!!
Next time sear the onions and peppers. Remove from pan then cook the soba noodles. Then toss in the veggies.