What's your signature dish?
2 scrambled eggs, a toasted english muffing with butter, and pic related heated up for 3 min
Hawaiian Curry. Pic related for the recipe. It's to die for.
Sounds good. Now can someone please enlighten me on this god damn measurement that is """"""cup""""""". I always hear its like quarter of a Liter but how does that translate to fucking meat?
frozen lasagna nuked on the heating.
also picture, raw.
>Today we're going to go challenge X
>Someone that makes something that looks and sounds amazing but I'm not specialized in
>let's go steal their recipe, challenge them and win by default (cuz it's m'show not there's ;)
He's ite tbqh
Beef, Lamb, Date, and Apricot tagine spiced cinnamon, cardamom, lots of pepper and sweetened with local eucalyptus honey and brandy for a nice, clean finish. Topped with seared, activated almonds and arugula. Served with a wild rice and ancient grain medley.
Deep fried tofu, onion and my "special" satay-type sauce on burger buns
Sauce is 1/2 cup chunky non-sweet peanut butter, a quarter cup of boiling water, 3 cloves of garlic, 1 tbsp soy sauce and maybe some sweet soy sauce if you feel like it. Mix together and serve.
Also avocado and soy sauce on toast
shits pretty good, kind of reminded me of smoked cheese when I had mine. this is dangerous eating but people freaking can rest assured that this is some guy buying a chicken and butchering it that day.
Mine is tex mex. I love making spanish rice and vinegary tangy chilie verde.
When I was new to cooking (14 years old or so) I went to the butcher and asked for 3 cups of meat.
He said huh? And I realized my autism was showing so I quickly pointed to a random cut of meat and said "that one". Tfw wasn't sure if they were supposed to cube it for me
Not a very good picture but it's turnip greens, seared mushrooms and red potatoes. I've made these for a decade at every family function and they always get eaten.
I sautée the mushrooms in veg oil, adding garlic and brown sugar and a little oregano at the end. Meanwhile I boil the turnip greens in salted water with red potatoes at the bottom. Once done boiling, drain the greens and add them to the mushrooms and sautée for another 5 minutes or so and mix. Combine with potatoes.
My mac&cheese gets the most compliments. The secret is buy the more expensive cheddar you cheap fu/ck/s.
My personal favorite thing to eat that I make is cheese steak loaded with Swiss cheese, sautéed onions peppers and mushrooms.
I make fried chicken better than niggers. Pretty much all the unhealthy shit is my specialty.