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  • Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Post all of your Yummy and Delicious Recipes Here!!!!

    I will Start.....


    BEST Chicken Drumsticks and Wings EVER

    Preparation:
    Short - 5 Min or Less

    Time:
    3 Hours

    Difficulty:
    EASY! A college student with no cooking experience can do it

    Ingredients:
    Chicken Wings / Drumsticks (small)
    Extra Virgin Olive Oil (or just Olive Oil)
    Sea Salt
    Pepper

    Instructions:
    Find Large Pan with Well-Fitting Top
    Place on Stove
    Coat bottom of Pan with Olive Oil
    Wash Chicken
    As you are finishing washing each piece of chicken sprinkle Sea Salt on both Sides and a little pepper
    Place chicken into the Pan
    Cover
    Place stove burner on lowest setting that still allows the Oil to Simmer a little
    Turn Chicken every 30 Minutes until Chicken starts to fall off the Bone
    Put on Plate - Wait until you won't burn your tongue - Consume



    ENJOY!
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    Spinach-Artichoke Dip

    Prep: 5 min Total: 30 min

    ]INGREDIANTS:

    1 8-oz package cream cheese (rm temp) Kosher salt and fresh ground pepper
    1/4 cup mayonnaise 1 12-oz can artichokes (drian/chopped)
    1/4 cup parmigona-Regiano (1oz) 1 10-ox package chopped frozen spinach (squeeze dry)
    1 garlic clove minced 1/3 cup (2 1/2oz)shredded Mozzarella (mut-say-rell) say it right lol
    1/2 tspn. garlic salt Your favorite bread. (Bowl) so bakers loaf I use pumpernickle
    1/2 tspn. dried basil


    Directions:

    Pre-Heat oven to 350 (f) Lightly coat 1 qt. ovensafe bake dish.
    Mix cream cheese, mayo, parm-reg, garlic, basil, garlic salt, kosher, salt, and pepper in a bowl
    Gently stir in the artichoke hearts and the spinach. Add to bake dish, Sprinkle mozz over top.
    Bake for 25 minutes, until you see bubbly and browned top.
    Transfer to bowl and BUG OUT!

    Note dont like spinach or artichokes ???? add a favorite stew to bowl. Enjoy
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    • #3
      Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Biscut-Wrapped Meatball's

      approx. 8 meatballs (homemade)or packaged
      (not giving away meatball recipe) Sorry

      "Grands-Flakey layers biscuts (split into 2 makes 16) Buttermilk, or homestyle
      Cut meatballs in half, add quarter size piece of fav.cheese (herb cheese)
      stretch(wrap) biscut around meatball & cheese(make sealed)
      butter wash the top's, and place on bake sheet
      Bake @ 350 for 15-18 minutes,(or package instructions)
      once golden brown lil' more butter wash and fav. herbs/ italian seasoning


      Add a side of pasta-for complete meal (no ramen is not suffice)


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      Never came up with cool name for these so feel free.....



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      • #4
        Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

        Work at a restaurant and we got a nice prawn roll.

        Ingredients
        -Sushi rice and Rice Vin
        -Nori
        -Prawns or bread crumb breaded prawns
        -Avocado
        -Mango
        -Cucumber
        -Togayashi Mayo
        -Maple Soy Reduction
        -Seracho Mayo
        -Sesame Seed
        -Sushi Mat
        1: Get your 8oz or sushi rice and your nori, gently place the sushi rice with your fingers that have been dampened with water (we dip our hands in ginger water just because its tradition and works "better" at keeping your hands moist) and gently roll the rice with your fingers on the non-shiny side of the Nori. After the rice is spread evenly go ahead and add your sesame seed if you wish (black is standard and looks the nicest)
        2: Flip the noril over on your Sushi Mat and draw two think lines of toga mayo 1 inch above the bottom of the nori. Add the cucumber (1 oz I believe it is.. we have pre weighed veg) and 2 quarter inch slices of mango now cut the avocado to the same size as the mango.
        3: The prawns if deep fried in pan or in deep fryer have it so the breading is darkened a bit but not too much dont want to overcook the prawns, it should be in the oil for around 45 seconds at i believe 400 degrees. If sauteing the prawns place in a pan or wok until the prawns turn a nice orange color on the tails. add the prawns to the rest of the ingredients.
        4: now the hardest part, rolling the perfect prawn roll. Have your thumbs at the bottom of the roll and the rest of your fingers holding in the ingriedients and roll upwards making sure your fingers pull back on the Sushi mat in order to keep the roll right. Complete rolling the Nori until all of it looks like it has been rolled ontop of itself. This gives the sushi the desirable tight rolled feeling in order to cut it perfectly. If you want your roll tighter, Grab from both ends of the roll; squeeze the ends and twist to the middle of the roll. To reshape the roll place the Nori on a flat surface and hold the Sushi mat over the sushi and make a C with your thumb and pointer finger in order to shape the bottom and top side while the rest of your fingers run along the back of the sushi. this will create a squaring effect, do every side atleast once to get a perfect square.
        5: cutting the sushi is difficult at first but can be mastered with your knife skills. First place the knife at the middle of the role with the tip of the blade above the role now ease the knife into the role and saw back and forth gently to create a starting cut. GENTLE IS THE KEY!! any excess force with your fingers on the role will squish it or the nice can as well by pressing down. Now to finish the cut, pull back on the knife into the cut and when the blade is back gently push it forward along the cut GENTLY but quickly forward and down, this will create the nice cut in order to slice the sushi into the chunks you desire. If having trouble WET the knife before cutting, this is the best way with sushi rice. I can slice sushi so thin that it was the thickness of a loonie here in Canada.
        6: after cutting your chunks of sushi into your desired cuts place the two prawn ends on one side of the plate for presentation and then have the rest of the sushi chunks following down the plate leant up against the tail rolls. Then drizzle 2 lines of serachyo mayo on every roll up and down the plate, do this again in the other direction. Now take the soy reduction and do what you did for the first lines of the seracho mayo. NOW IT IS READY TO EAT!
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        • #5
          Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

          @ Fat Tony - If only we had an oven and stove at our Office, I'd be making this right now. It. Sounds. So. Good!


          Super Duper Easy Biscuits!

          Ingredients:
          - Pancake Mix
          - Sugar
          - Milk

          Time:
          Approx 20 min

          Difficulty:
          So Easy a Neanderthal Could Do It

          Steps:
          1 - Heat oven to 450آ؛F.
          2 - Stir Milk and Pancake Mix until soft dough forms (Add a little sugar now)
          3 - Turn onto surface dusted with Bisquick mix. Knead 10 times. Roll dough 1/2 inch thick. Cut with 2 1/2-inch cutter. Place on ungreased cookie sheet (or you can foil the cookie sheet before hand to prevent a mess).
          4 - Sprinkle the top(s) of the bisquits with sugar
          5 - Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until golden brown.
          6 - Eat (they even taste almost like professional southern biscuits)

          Preference in Pancake Mix:
          Bisquick
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          • #6
            Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

            I'm sad. I'm allergic to shellfish Fat Tony. Maybe one bite...
            "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
            - Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

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            • #7
              Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

              Originally posted by Matt3600 View Post
              I'm sad. I'm allergic to shellfish Fat Tony. Maybe one bite...
              haha its so good. have it without prawns just as tasty maybe add something else in it, like a favorite veggy and rename it the veggi role!
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              • #8
                Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

                TIME FOR PIE!!!!!!!!

                For the crust:
                1 1/2 sleeves of saltine crackers
                1/3 to 1/2 cup softened unsalted butter
                3 tablespoons sugar

                For the filling:
                1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk
                4 egg yolks
                1/2 cup lemon or lime juice or a mix of the two
                Fresh whipped cream and coarse sea salt for garnish

                Directions:

                Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

                Crush the crackers finely (not to dust). You can use a food processor or your hands. Add the sugar, then knead in the butter until the crumbs hold together like dough. Press into an 8 inch pie pan. Chill for 15 minutes, then bake for 18 minutes or until the crust colors a little.

                While the crust is cooling (it doesn't need to be cold), beat the egg yolks into the milk, then beat in the citrus juice. It is important to completely combine these ingredients. Pour into the shell and bake for 16 minutes until the filling has set.

                The pie needs to be completely cold to be sliced.

                Serve with fresh whipped cream and a sprinkling of sea salt.



                It really is delicious.
                Last edited by Airmid; 04-14-2013, 04:02 AM.
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                • #9
                  Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

                  Thai Spring Rolls (cant remember exacts)



                  Sweet Basil (once cooked here)

                  Prep Time: 15 minutes

                  Total Time: 15 minutes

                  Ingredients:
                  •Spring roll wrappers
                  •1/2 cup bean sprouts
                  •1/3 head of green cabbage, chopped
                  •5 green onions, chopped
                  •1 cup thin noodles, pre-cooked (use rice, Chinese or bean thread noodles)
                  •1/4 cup fresh herbs (use cilantro, basil or mint, your choice)
                  •1/4 cup carrots, grated or julienned
                  •1 tbsp lime juice
                  •1 tbsp soy sauce
                  •1/2 tsp fresh ginger, grated (optional)

                  Preparation:

                  Toss together all ingredients together except wrappers in large bowl. Submerge spring roll wrappers in hot water until pliable, about 15 seconds. Place about 2 tablespoons of mix on wrapper and wrap your spring rolls. Serve with sesame or sweet sour dipping sauce mmmmm (also recommend FT's dip fingers in ginger water or fish oil)
                  Last edited by TonKa; 04-12-2013, 07:44 PM.
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                  • #10
                    Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

                    I need to beat a few friends by making the best cookies. Long story. Does anyone have an amazing recipe? Don't give me Betty Crocker please.
                    "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
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                    • #11
                      Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

                      Originally posted by Matt3600 View Post
                      I need to beat a few friends by making the best cookies. Long story. Does anyone have an amazing recipe? Don't give me Betty Crocker please.

                      Here is a great Italian Recipe:

                      La Cicerchiata



                      Makes 12 or more servings

                      For the dough:
                      3 1/4 cups unbleached all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting the work surface
                      1/2 cup sugar
                      Pinch of fine sea salt
                      Finely grated zest of 1 lemon
                      Finely grated zest of 1 orange
                      1/2 cup (1 stick) cold unsalted butter, cut into chunks
                      3 large eggs
                      1 to 2 tablespoons Punch Abruzzese or dark rum (see Cook’s Note)

                      For the cicerchiata:
                      Vegetable oil for deep-frying and greasing the pan
                      1 1/4 cups wildflower honey
                      1 narrow lemon zest strip
                      1 narrow orange zest strip
                      Colored sprinkles for decorating
                      1/2 cup slivered or sliced almonds, lightly toasted

                      Make the dough:
                      Put the 3 1/4 cups flour, sugar, salt, and lemon and orange zests into a food processor and pulse briefly to combine. Scatter the butter over the flour mixture and pulse until it is incorporated and the mixture is crumbly. Add the eggs and pulse briefly just until they are incorporated. With the motor running, dribble in the liqueur, adding just enough for the mixture to begin to come together in a rough mass.

                      Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured work surface and knead it briefly until a smooth ball forms. The dough should be soft and tender but not sticky. If sticky, add an additional sprinkle or two of flour and lightly knead until incorporated. Wrap the dough tightly in plastic wrap and refrigerate it for about an hour or until lightly chilled.

                      Make the cicerchiata:
                      Spread a clean tablecloth on a work surface and dust the cloth with flour, or dust two rimmed baking sheets with flour. Cut the dough into six pieces and rewrap five pieces. Lightly flour a work surface and place the remaining piece on it. Roll the dough into a long rope about 1/2 inch or slightly smaller in diameter. With a sharp knife, cut the rope into pieces about 3/8 inch long. As the little pieces of dough accumulate, transfer them to the flour-dusted cloth or baking sheets. Continue to roll and cut the remaining dough pieces in the same way.

                      Pour the vegetable oil to a depth of at least 2 inches in a large, heavy-bottomed saucepan, place over medium-high heat, and heat to about 375 degrees F on a deep-frying thermometer. If you don’t have a thermometer, gently drop a nugget of dough into the hot oil; if it sizzles immediately and floats to the surface, the oil is ready. Place a large rimmed baking sheet lined with paper towels or a large plain brown paper bag near the stove.

                      When the oil is ready, gently drop in the nuggets of dough, working in batches and taking care not to crowd the pan. Fry until golden—this happens quickly, in under 1 minute. Using a large skimmer or slotted spoon, remove the balls to the prepared baking sheet. Continue to fry the dough pieces in batches until you have fried them all.

                      Lightly grease a 10-inch tube pan or ring mold with oil. Pour the honey into a nonstick frying pan that is large enough and deep enough to hold all of the fried dough nuggets. Drop in the lemon and orange zests. Bring the honey to a simmer over medium heat and let it simmer for about 5 minutes. Take care not to let the honey overcook or it will burn. When the honey is hot and loose, remove the citrus zest strips with tongs or a fork. Dump in all of the fried dough nuggets and, using a silicone spatula, toss them gently but thoroughly to coat them evenly with the honey. Be careful, as the hot honey can cause serious burns.

                      As soon as the nuggets are coated, pour them into the prepared tube pan. Wet your hands with cold water and use them to spread the nuggets out evenly. Unmold the ring onto a serving platter. You can also make a free-form ring: Moisten a countertop lightly with oil and dump the hot honey-coated nuggets onto it. Dampen your hands with cold water and form the pieces into a large ring. Transfer the ring to a serving platter.

                      Decorate the top of the cicerchiata with the sprinkles and almonds. Let it cool to room temperature. To serve, cut into small wedges with a serrated knife. Or just put it in the center of the table and let the fingers fall where they may.

                      Cook’s Note: Wrap leftover cicerchiata in aluminum foil and leave it out at room temperature. It will stay fresh for up to a week.

                      Note: It is traditional to form them into a ring, however, feel free to form them into any shape you wish or put them into nice little cupcake holders like the picture above.
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                      • #12
                        Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

                        I love the recipe. I'll try it if I can. I'll let you know how it turns out. Thx
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                        • #13
                          Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

                          Beer Can Chicken
                          Best done on a charcoal grill.
                          Wash chicken inside and out.
                          Use favorite BBQ rub
                          (Brown sugar, salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, sweet paprika...too taste)
                          Inset half full or empty beer can into chicken (depends on yor philosophical outlook on life) best part is you have to get half the beer out of the can.
                          Place on low heat grill (250-300F) for a few hours.
                          Cut apart savagely in front of guest for maximum presentation style points
                          Eat and enjoy

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                          • #14
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                            LMAO Cut apart Savagely (I'm feelin' it ) Add I do this with Foster's 99% of the time. Love the directions' and wording NICE
                            Originally posted by NATAS View Post
                            Beer Can Chicken
                            Best done on a charcoal grill.
                            Wash chicken inside and out.
                            Use favorite BBQ rub
                            (Brown sugar, salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, sweet paprika...too taste)
                            Inset half full or empty beer can into chicken (depends on yor philosophical outlook on life) best part is you have to get half the beer out of the can.
                            Place on low heat grill (250-300F) for a few hours.
                            Cut apart savagely in front of guest for maximum presentation style points
                            Eat and enjoy
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                              Re: Food thread!!!!!!!!!!!!

                              Popcorn with Twizzlers

                              Step 1 go to the movie theater and buy movie tickets to any movie of your choosing
                              Step 2 order popcorn and twizzlers from the concession stand
                              Step 3 locate correct theater
                              Step 4 watch movie and when movie starts open up twizzlers
                              (Hint) you might want to open twizzlers before movie starts because sometimes the package is noisy
                              Step 5 Take bite of twizzlers or put a full twizzler in your mouth
                              Step 6 put popcorn in your mouth and chew it all up together
                              Step 7 Enjoy!
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