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Re: Members Recipes
Reply #228 - May 4th, 2015, 2:08pm
 
Here's my recipe for Quick Quinoa Bake - serves one

28
g of quinoa flakes
half a medium onion
1 teaspoon of curry powder (or spices of your choice)
salt to taste
10g tomato puree
0.5 tspn of veg stock powder (or part of a stock cube) dissolved in 50ml hot water)
1 medium egg
1 tspn soy sauce (or tamari if you need it to be wheat/gluten-free)

Chop the onion as fine or rough as you like it.
Mix all the dry ingredients together.
Stir the tomato puree & soy sauce into the stock and then add to the dry mix.
Add the onion and mix well.
Beat the egg and add to all the ingredients and mix well.

Pour into an oiled individual pie dish, or similar, and bake in a fairly hot oven (around 180C for a fan oven, 200C for non-fan and 390F or gas 6) for 20-25 mins or until well risen and cooked through.

You can vary the seasonings and flavours of this as you like. It's a very quick and easy vegetarian meal, served with broccoli, beans, spinach or a salad Smiley
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Reply #229 - Jul 31st, 2015, 3:56am
 
Black and Blue steaks.
     stab stake with fork, marinate in black bueit porter and some brown sugar over night.

grill the next night on a bbq...top with blue cheese crumbles.
wipe off your chin,..your drooling..

stuffed prawns...
     butterfly some jumbo prawns.
     melt down a ball of Marsiella.."very slowly..takes all day"
     mince jalapeno, mix in with the melted cheese.
     lay your butterflied prawns over the edge of a bowl. spoon in       the cheese mix and mold it with your hands.
  ^---damn format..anyways...
     let them chill in the fridge till the cheese is hard again.
     mix up some "thick" beer batter.
     dip prawns in said beer batter. and deep fry.
     its best to hold it suspended in the fryer for a sec. keeps it
     from cooking into the wire basket. cook till golden brown.
     
     
     ^----sauce for the prawns..
      take some raspberries preserve. mix in horseradish and
      dry mustard powder.... dry off your chin again..




        15 years of cooking..these are my favorite things
                   to put in my mouth..enjoy.
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Reply #230 - Apr 13th, 2016, 8:18am
 
Trout Filet
filet some trout
1 spoon of applesauce in the filet
a little garlic and butter in a piece of foil
roll filet in foil
bake it ! approx 15 min 350
eat it !!  
Can replace applesauce with blackberry  Cheesy
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Reply #231 - Aug 25th, 2016, 8:41am
 
Brownedge cookies

1 1/2 sifted flour

1/4 teaspoon salt

2 sticks of butter

1 cup sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla

2 eggs
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Reply #232 - Sep 6th, 2016, 3:57am
 
MMM this is making me hungry.. my quick go to dinner that is full of fat but so yummy is my homemade alfredo sauce.

1 package cream cheese
1 stick butter
half a jar of parmesan cheese
heavy whipping cream
1 tsp white pepper
garlic powder (enough for personal taste)

Mix the butter and cream cheese together on medium heat, then stir in the pint of heavy whipping cream.  Mix until well blended.  Add white pepper and garlic powder to your liking.  Then begin to mix in the parmesan cheese.  Be careful as you mix the parmesan in because it can thicken very quickly.  You can put as little or as much as you want to tweak the thickness.  The great thing about this recipe is it is easy to get the sauce exactly how you want it.  Let it simmer for a bit to work all the flavors through and then smother your pasta with it.
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Reply #233 - Jan 4th, 2017, 3:46pm
 
What a fantastic fun forum!

I'm not a recipe guy, but have my secret to enrichen any pasta dish.

Just add a tiny bit of sour cream, and "bam!"
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