Recipe Thread for the Hungry

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Recipe Thread for the Hungry

Post: # 123910Post Egaladeist
Sun Dec 07, 2008 11:45 pm

Dug this out of an old post on AO:

Hi jm459,

No Asian Recipes...but lots of others...this recipe always gets asked for seconds...never fails...

Pasta ( no name given ) my own particular recipe...

Ingredients

1. bag of pasta ( shells, rigatoni, those twisty ones, etc...whatever suits your fancy ) 450 grams
2. 8oz fresh mushrooms
3. 400 grams mozzarella cheese
4. 250 grams old cheddar cheese
5. 1/2 cup parmesan cheese
6. 2 fresh green peppers
7. 15-20 green olives
8. 1 680ml can of Hunts Zesty sauce
9. 1 680ml can of Primo Romano Cheese and Basil
10. 1 and a half pounds of fresh lean hamburger
11. 2 fresh Italian Maple-flavored Sausages
12. 1 tub of fresh Cottage Cheese ( 2% )
13. spices: garlic powder ( not salt ), onion salt, steak spice, and paprika
14. 1 sweet pepper ( optional )

boil pasta in water ( duh ) with a dash of salt till you can cut it easily with a plastic spoon...do not overcook...drain

cook hamburger in butter ( about a 1/2 cup ) on medium heat till it is " just "cooked through...drain

put pasta back into the empty pot and add 1/2 can of sauce and simmer on low heat

put hamburger back in pan and add 1/2 can of sauce and simmer on low heat

pan fry sausages until just cooked through...cut into small pieces and add to the pan of hamburger

add Cottage cheese to pot of pasta

cut up peppers into strips, cut mushrooms into four quarters, slice olives, add to the pot of pasta

( Don't forget to stir everything...frequently...another Duh )

add parmesan cheese to pan of hamburger

sprinkle the spices in both pot and pan...Don't use too much!

cut the mozzarella and old cheddar cheeses into strips and add about a quarter of them to the pan of hamburger and cover and TURN OFF HEAT

get your roasting pan and grease it up with a very thin layer of butter...then add a half can of sauce

pour in the entire contents of the pot...then add about a quarter of the sliced cheeses

add the remaining 1/2 can of sauce into the roasting pan

then add the entire contents of the pan of hamburger and top with the remaining cheese slices

place roasting pan uncovered in pre-heated oven at 350 degrees on middle oven rack for 20 minutes

then...if the cheese is not browned ( it should be ) broil for a few minutes to brown the cheese

THEN EAT !!!


If you only want Asian recipes I can delete this!




P.S. It really does taste extraordinarily good...I learned to cook at a very early age out of necessity.



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Re: Recipe Thread for the Hungry

Post: # 123911Post Egaladeist
Sun Dec 07, 2008 11:57 pm

Simple but very tasty chicken leg recipe: ( again my own )

Ingredients:

1. 10 chicken legs
2. 1 box of BBQ power ( Shake n' Bake or any other )
3. All spice seasoning
4. BBQ seasoning
5. garlic powder ( not salt )
6. butter
7. onions ( or mushrooms, or peppers, any that you like )

put butter in pan and set burner on 7 or 8 to high-heat it
put in chicken and set burner to 3 and cover
after about 10 minutes add spices/seasoning and your ( onions, mushrooms, or peppers, any that you like )
turn chicken frequently
after about another 10 minutes add the 1 box of BBQ power ( Shake n' Bake or any other )...by shaking the two packages on top of the chicken
after a few minutes all the BBQ power should have melted making a sauce for the chicken to cook in
just before the chicken is done uncover it and put burner back on 7 or 8 for about 2 - 4 minutes turning the chicken frequently to prevent burning

then shut burner off...enjoy! :D

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Re: Recipe Thread for the Hungry

Post: # 128640Post Egaladeist
Wed May 06, 2009 1:30 pm

Bump :D Recipes anyone? :D

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Re: Recipe Thread for the Hungry

Post: # 128863Post Harbinger
Thu May 14, 2009 9:16 pm

This is more like a recepie for the "Thristy".

1/2 Baily's Liquor
1/4 Espresso Vodka
+ 1/4 Goldenshlauger (sp?)
--------------------------
VERY DRUNK


Be careful. Not only is this incredibly tasty, but just a few ounces will put you on your @$$.
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Spicy Bratwursts

Post: # 129687Post westin
Thu Jun 25, 2009 11:20 pm

I made some very tasty bratwursts last night. I didn't measure anything, so I will try to approximate.

3 Tbs Wild Turkey Gourmet Sauce http://www.hotsauce.com/ProductDetails. ... tCode=3758
1 Tbs Lottie's True Bajan Yellow Hot Sauce [This stuff is amazing. Just... yum.] http://firegirl.com/hs1228.html
A few drops of Blairs Sudden Death http://firegirl.com/hs1822.html

Mix it all together, and brush onto brats while they are cooking.

It is pretty spicy... but not too hot to handle. Add or subtract the sudden death to taste.
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Re: Recipe Thread for the Hungry

Post: # 129691Post keezel
Fri Jun 26, 2009 4:20 am

Veggie fried rice (easy version)

Serves 3 or 4.

Prep:
Prepare the following portions:
2 cups minute rice
1 cup frozen veggie mix
1 diced bell pepper
3 eggs
2 tbls cooking oil
2 tsp soy sauce
dashes of salt & pepper

1) Bring two cups of water to a boil.
2) Add in two cups of rice.
3) Lower temperature and stir until rice absorbs all water, then remove from heat.
**Optionally refrigerate rice overnight at this point.
4) Scramble three eggs on medium heat (add salt & pepper early)
5) Pour cooking oil into large pan and bring to medium heat.
6) Pour rice into pan.
7) Immediately mix in veggies, bell pepper, and eggs.
8) Stir & turn over frequently.
9) Add soy sauce, salt & pepper to taste.
10) Remove from heat after about 5 minutes or after veggies are sufficiently cooked.

Feel free to experiment. It's not perfect but it tastes great and it's cheap, which makes it a winner in my book. :good:
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Re: Recipe Thread for the Hungry

Post: # 129697Post Timaxe
Fri Jun 26, 2009 7:39 am

Goldschlager will mess you up :lol:

Recently I've been experimenting with pork chops (top loin / center-cut, boneless). No complete meals yet, but if you cook it on a teflon skillet for 20 minutes over medium heat (electric stove) it is juicy and amazing. I usually use seasoned-salt put on between flipping it over and a little hot-sauce once on each side. I flip every 5 minutes to add more seasoned-salt and keep the cut from pulling back on the edges and being unable to sit flat on the skillet - just press it down a little at times. It cooks through slowly (~18-20 min) at this heat, but the outside surface looks amazing (especially if you have a dab of oil on the pan to help cook the surface) and when you're done the center is perfect.

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