What's the last thing you cooked, /ck/?
Currently eating these bad boys, pretty gud.
No pictures, but last night:
3 cup chicken stock
1 cup fresh spinach
1 tbsp fresh basil
1 tsp lemon zest
1 cup any pasta you want
Put chicken stock in pot and let warm up
Add spinach and basil, let cook for a few minutes
Add pasta you cooked beforehand
Dump an egg straight into it and whisk quickly (gives broth rich and creamy appearance)
Serve up with a little sriracha, very tasty soup.
Karaage, ie. fried chicken Japanese style. First time trying deep frying.
A thin pesto of spinach, rocket (arugula), peas, garlic, olive oil and water, added to sauteed shallots and chestnut mushrooms. Chuck in some oregano and fennel, add chicken stock part by part for the risotto rice. Cracking dish.
not a meal but i made blueberry muffins for my family since i'm going back to college soon
i'm still learning how to bake but since my parents are buying the supplies until i head back to school, i've been trying out a lot of new things!
I've done brownies w/oreos, orange sugar cookies, s'mores cookies, avocado bread, etc.
I grilled these cunts.
Stuffed with harissa, onion, garlic, parsley, pine nuts and tomato paste.
Stir fried chicken breast cut into thin slices with some leftover bacon strips I had lying around.
Stir fried a shitload of a bag of a frozen veggie mix I got from the market a few days ago.
Put all that shit in a tray, added cheese on top, into the oven it went.
Tasted pretty gud. It's also my lunch tomorrow
I've been recovering from surgery for the past several days, so I haven't really been cooking anything.
Tonight, though, I think I'll make some miso soup, made with Kyoto red miso, and add sprouted tofu, black fungus, mushrooms, wakame, and an egg.
I just tried my Tfal grill I got for Christmas. Can confirm it does cook food.
Made fried chicken meatballs (tempura batter, olive oil, green onion, salt, pepper, basil, sriracha powder, paprika and brown sugar) savory, tangy, a little spicy and a little sweet. Exactly how I wanted them.
On a bed of Wild/white rice mix with a fistful of chopped white onion. Delish. Filling. Just messy.
Sea bream Madrid style. Covered in shit and baked. Recipe is old and needs some work because to eat it you have to scrape off all the coating thus defeating its purpose. Next time I'll do baked fillets and make a little fish stock with the bones.
Dinner last night was pretty good.
Brine chops, sear, bake, finish with garlic and butter.
Cut apples, toss into rice cooker, lemon, cinnamon stick, hot peppers.
inb4 pics or it didn't happen
Sorry I didn't know how the game was played. Will gather evidence next time. I have the chop bones in my stock bag though if that helps.
Mashed potatoes and meh gravy, broccoli, and pork sizzle steak marinated in a soy sauce vinegar bbq sauce+spices mix.
Idk where to find worcestershire sauce here an australia. Just moved here, it could be under a different name. I know heavy cream was lol.
Pls no bully
Seeing as the threads still up, i was >>7267943
Tonight's dinner was thai red chicken curry.
Ginger, garlic, red birds eye chillies, onion, chestnut mushroom, red bell pepper, fish sauce, chilli powder, red curry paste. Served on rice vermicelli noodles because they taste nice and soak up sauce well.
Saba no shioyaki (grilled mackerel), with miso soup, rice and spinach. This year I'm teaching myself Japanese recipes, starting off with the easier stuff. Next up is tonkatsu.
The black stuff is a cheap set from Fred Meyer (Kroger for you non-Oregonians), the white bowls and beer glasses are from garage sales and the tea set was bought in the 1950's when my great-uncle was stationed in Japan with the army.
- pre-fab-fresh spinach-ricotta torteloni
- one courgette, fried with garlic
- canned chopped tomato
- two onions
- left-over cheese sauce (sour cream, onion, 50-50 gruyere and parmesan, pepper, paprika)
mixed it all, parmesan on top
first pizza, made in cast iron pan
came out pretty tasty
Had munchies, so I fried potatoes in olive oil, then added a bunch of white beans, chili powder, some flour, cheese (gruyère and grana padano cause eurofags get the real stuff), let it turn into a thick, spicy mixture. Ate that with bread, now full af.
Chicken. Interesting fact; half the ingredients in the sauce are the same ingredients in the salad dressing.
Who the fuck dips their fried chicken in SOY SAUCE?
Next time you want to be sure that the batter/breading sticks to the fish. To be honest, it looks like you just dredged it in flour and tossed it in the fryer.
You want to do it in this order:
Batter or bread crumbs if you're using any
What is with the plate full of asian magnum condoms?
I've been attempting to make dal palak (lentil spinach curry) for a few days now, but I've either felt too shitty or something else has come up. Last night I had to go out to the store in -30F wind chill, ended up putting a frozen pizza in the oven just out of a desire for warmth. It was actually pretty good; Target's Market Pantry brand actually has decent pizza.
I've also discovered that it's pretty hard to find frozen spinach nowadays. I guess everyone's buying it fresh, but if I'm gong to put it in a curry like this I see no reason to pay extra for fresh.
Last thing was lunch today:
vegetable rolls made with brown rice
shrimp and vegetable tapioca paper roll
Now I'm drinking a cup of Yorkshire tea with milk (no sugar) because it's cold and rainy outside and it makes me feel all cozy.
It's a glaze made out of the sear I did. Seared the chicken 5 minutes on either side then popped it in the oven at 350F for 10 minutes. With the pan scraps I added 2 tbsp of butter, thyme and rosemary. The flavor came out absolutely fantastic.
Nah it came out dark because I wanted it to come out dark. The longer you have the glaze on the stove, the darker it will become. Here are a few pictures of the process, going from light to the darkness that I wanted.
1/3 - light shade
3/3 - dark shade
Be careful though, glazes can burn in a hurry if you're not on top of it during the process.
Is it just from the butter browning?
I feel retarded, I only thought that happened with rouxs, never realized you could make such a thick heavily colored sauce with just butter and herbs and a tiny bit of chicken fat.
Now what I'm having tonight.
Made some steak and french fries.
And no the ketchup is not for the steak,
>mfw you think you know what your talking about and are bitching at people when in reality that isnt soy sauce. ill let you figure it out on your own what it is because you think you're so high and mighty.
I know it needs some veg or something but goddamn that salmon was tasty. put some dijon on the salmon then stuck panko to that, little bit of old bay to salt it up
In my experience, they are the same size as most sausages and are highly fatty and flavored.
My favorite simple dish is getting rice and water in a pot, nestling two or three sausages in, making the rice, then cutting the sausages up (along with green onions) and putting those over the top.
They just seem more like a component than something you should eat like a hot dog.
made some pork curry, good cheap college meal. sun brand curry powder with some cayenne and cumin added. shit was really surprisingly good.
Inderasting, but in the chinese fashion I"d still use it as a component.
I've been told by my chinko abuelita that the amount of meat I put in a dish is what chinese people eat in a whole week.
Stop being such a bitch. I take pictures of all my creations, but I don't post them online except for a few OC threads on /ck/. What I do however, is keep all the pictures in categorized folders along with the recipe I used. When I want to make it again in the future, I can reference the pictures and decide if there's a better method that I could use this time. Unless you're a line cook making the same shit day in, day out, you're only going to make something fancy every once and a while, and the best way to master that is either through repetition, of reference.
Oh man, I live threads like these.
I kind of wish I'd made something better.
It was a lazy night so I just made a veggie burger and a small spinach salad with Cucumber, goat cheese and some tomatoes sautéed in olive oil, oregano, and salt/pepper.
Shit was tasty yo.
Thai sticky rice with stir fry and nutty curry sauce. The rice and bok choy were overcooked, but i fixed that they next day.
I made Korean fried chicken with a shrimp green onion pancake for family meal
Mongolian BBQ bourbon chicken and shrimp. Looks like diarrhea, tastes awesome
It was good, I've been getting so drunk and eating takeout with my best freind who came to visit, I think my body was just craving nutrition and my system was going to shut down if I didn't get some vegetables into me.
it's mostly got jumbled up when I plated it but I agree. There was one more guy on the line than I was expecting so I had to try to stretch it
Also first time making it on a flat top and not a pan
Bad quality pic. Pasta with salmon n sauce
>paprika, cumin, worcestershire, black & cyan pepper
I threw some sauerkraut on the side to add some tang to round out the spice w/out adding much in the way of salt. Enjoying with fresh bread.
What would you call this? It isn't really a stew, just beans, meat and spices, but I don't know how to refer to it.
>Sardines on toast & a pear
>chicken breast, brown rice mixed with ratatouille, steam broccoli
>can of tuna mixed with dijonnaise & a slice of toast
>Pork Ragu pasta
had ~5 pints of water, 2 black coffees and a bottle of beer
boiled veg, grilled meatballs and basmati rice lightly stewed in fajita seasoning
Why would you get indian food if you don't like chicken? That's as if you keep buying swiss food despote hating cheese. What's wrong with you? Get something japanese, mexican or european
>it's actually pretty good.
can't believe i haven't thought of this earlier
My current meal is currently weaving it's way to me. The senpai (as in us 4 roommates) ordered from our favorite Asian restaurant (I say Asian because they make Thai, Viet, and Chinese food). We're having:
Tofu with Bok Choy
Shrimp and Pork Spring rolls
Pineapple Fried Rice, Hawaiian style
Pepper Salted Spareribs
and of course....General Tso's Chicken because my roommate is fucking addicted to that shit like babby's first crackpipe.
Can't wait, I'm starving.....get here NOW
A hot dog, bacon and avocado on a tortilla?
Yeah, I could see that being ok, though I'd probably use a hot italian sausage or bratwurst or maybe some fresh polish sausage instead of a hot dog.
i know it's not complicated. it was essentially "i need proteins and fats on at least 30 carbs"
typically, i'd just make an avocado taco and eat it with eggs and bacon. separately.
i never thought to COMBINE the taste in one bite. I said fuck it, let's just stuff it and see what happens. this was just random stuff from the fridge.
next time though, i'll pick a riper avocado, a lower-carb tortilla, and an actual sausage.
shit photo but i made some pierogi with mushrooms and tawny port
Made some sous vide chicken. Garlic, sweet chili and salsa, some curry and salt too.
Rice too of course.
It's really straight forward
>throw in some cheese (preferably emmental or comté)
>chop a slice of ham and throw it in
>take some mache salad and throw it it
>add a little bit of olive oil
>salt + pepper
Some anon also suggested adding some walnut but I haven't tried that.
Curry beef stew I made some the other day and a second batch is cooking in my slow cooker now
had some egg whites left over from making coffee ice cream so i made an egg white frittata with pickled beets and gargonzola. it could have used some spinach but i'm saving it for another meal. it was legit anyway
You guys realize that some people who posted their meal might be their last?
I went to Fazoli's for the first time ever today and it was complete shit. Chicken Carbonara was unbelievably bad
That is not a carbonara. They slathered on some creamy sauce shit with bacon, chicken and broccoli with the hopes that customers think carbonara means pasta with bacon. Like fuck, the noodles aren't even coated with the sauce properly, which doesn't even look like it has eggs in it.
Currently having lunch.
Can you guess what it is, cu/ck/s?
It's pretty easy