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I know there are lots and lots of members here that loves to eat and even cook. So, why not post your favourite recipe(s) and let others know how do you like your favourite food to be prepared. Maybe you'll find other variation of your favourite dish that you might like. Or post a recipe for a food that brings back memories.
Here's how you can post your recipe(s):
Name of Dish: Place here what your recipe will make (i.e.: Fruit Cake, T-Bone Steak, Caesar Salad, etc.)
Category: Place Here type of Dish (i.e.: Soup, Dessert, Cake, Salad, Main Course, Snack, Drinks, etc.)
Style: Place here recipe origins (i.e.: Italian, French, Thai, Chinese, Klingon, Nth Dimension, etc.)
Servings: Mention how many servings will your recipe made (i.e.: 2-3 servings, 4-6 servings, the whole world, etc.)
Description: Tell us what your recipe is all about? Why is this your favourite food? Where do you learn to make it? Who taught you? What's does it taste like? When is it best to serve this recipe? Who shouldn't be eating it (i.e.: people with allergies, high blood pressure, heart condition, etc.)? Just tell us what you think about your favourite dish.
Ingredients: Place here all the goodies that goes into your recipe (i.e.: 5 eggs, 200 grams of flour, 1 kg of freshly chopped garlic, 3 eyes of newt, 2 dead bats, etc.)
Direction: Place here how to prepare your food/drinks (i.e.: Pour the entire contents into the pan and bake in the oven with 200 degrees for 20 minutes, Add onions and chilli to the frying pan and stir lightly with medium fire, If all fails, call for takeout, etc.)
Pictures: Did you just make something and wants to show everyone what it looks like? Post the recipe's and take a picture and place it here. Don't forget to put spoiler tag if you post large picture.
So, Cook/Bake/Mix away!
yay~! I love baking ^^
I actually posted this recipe awhile back, in my ask me thread, I believe. Posting it here will get more attention, though ^^
Style: meh. Old family recipe
Servings: however many you want =D
It's a norweigen caramel cake (not really caramel though >.>) It's sweet and DELICIOUS! Especially when eaten warm <3 it's fairly simple to make, but it gets eaten really fast
Norweigan Caramel Almond Cake
2 cups flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 and 1/2 cups of sugar
1 and 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 teaspoons baking powder
4 eggs, room temperature
1 cup unsalted butter
1/3 cup milk
In a bowl combine the flour, baking powder, and salt. with mixer, in a seperate bowl beat eggs untill they are foamy, beat in sugar gradually, and beat the mixture until it is thick and pale. Beat in the butter, vanilla and milk, add the flour mixture from earlier, and beat the batter until it is just combined. Pour batter into a tube pan coated with cooking spray and bake the cake in an oven preheated to 350 degrees farenheit for 35-40 minutes. let the cake cool completely in the pan, then, flip the pan onto a plate and remove.
1 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup unsalted butter, cut into bits
2/3 cup of sugar
1 cup sliced almonds, toasted
In a skillet, combine the cream and sugar, cook over moderate heat stirring, until the sugar is dissolved and stir in the butter. bring to a boil, stirring it occaisonally, until it is slightly thickened, then add the almonds.
Put the cake on a baking sheet, spoon the topping over it, put the cake in the oven for a minute or two, or until the almonds are golden. Then let cool a bit and eat!!
I made that cake a few months ago. SOooooooo good <3 Especially when warm :3
Whoaa! That cake looks yummy, LH!
Name: Tom Yam
I love seafood and spicy food. So what's better than putting all kinds of seafood into a big pot with fish stock and adding lots of spice in it? Be careful, it's a bit hot.
* 40 gr mid-size prawns
* 200 gr squid cut in circles
* 150 gr square cut red snapper fillet
* 200 gr mussel, don't forget to wash them
* 75 gr mushroom, cut in halves
* 3 lemongrass, pounded
* 7 lime leaves
* 5 tbs fish sauce
* 5-10 red chilli or more, if you dare
* 1 tbs coriander leave finely chopped
* 2 tbs cooking oil
* 2 1/2 tbs salt
* 1 1/2 sugar
* 1500 ml seafood stock
* 5 tbs lime juice
Dont forget to blend these seasoning :
* 4 red chilli
* 3 cloves garlic
* 3 candlenut
* 1 tsp dried shrimp paste
* Boil the seafood stock with lemongrass, lime leaves, prawns, squid, the snapper fillet, mussel, mushroom, salt, sugar on a small fire and leave until you can the flavour comes out.
* Stir fry the blended seasonings with the cooking oil until u can smell the flavour, add fish sauce then stir for a while and mix them in to the seafood stock for 15 mins or so.
* Before it's done, add coriander leave, red chilli and lime juice.
* Serve it hot and dont forget to send me... all of it! Mwahahahahahaha!
Picture:I never took any picture of my cookings since it's usually gets eaten after i make it. So here's one from the net
Is that tom yang goong (or whatever you spell it)? ~ Ayah
Yes it is, Ayah. -- Ichi
YaY, a cooking thread! ^^
What a great initiative!
I love cooking... now I just need to find a good recipe to post here...
*walks away trying to find a decent recipe*
ps: I'm getting hungry when I look at this thread, especially when I look at LadyH.'s delicious cake..... *drool*
Found a great one:
Name : Chocolate Mousse
Category : Dessert
Style : Belgian (Im from the land of chocolate XD )
Servings: 4 to 6
I know lots of chocolate dishes and because Im from Belgium I thought I may want to make something with chocolate. My mother can also make some heavenly chocolate mousse, so thats maybe why I chose this one. ^^
6 ounces (175 grams) bittersweet or semisweet chocolate, cut into small pieces
1 1/2 cups (360 ml) heavy whipping cream
4 to 5 large eggs
1/3 cup (66 grams) granulated white sugar (or 2 packages of vanilla suger, if you like that one better)
1/4 cup (60 ml) water
* Melt the chocolate with the water au bain marie° or on a very tender heating source.
* Whisk together the egg yolks with the sugar until well combined, then add the molten chocolate.
* Whip the whipping cream until it starts to look like whipped cream .
* Gently add the whipped cream to the sugar-yolk-chocolate-mixture.
* Then whip/ beat the egg whites to a snowy-foam and finally add also this with the other mixture.
* Once everything is mixed you have to stop mixing!!! Only mix as much as necessary, cause over-mixing may cause the mousse to fail! (There has to be enough air in the mixture.)
* Finally you may pour the yummy chocolate mousse in their pre-destined bowls.
* Put them for at least one hour in the refrigerator before serving.
* Right before serving you can add the chocolate shavings and a raspberry if you like.
Now youre totally done! Enjoy!!!
I don't have one at the moment but I think we all know what to think when we hear the word chocolate mousse.
mmm, these recipes sound yummy :3
Here's another of my favorites:
Name of Dish: Modified Chicken Salad
Category: Main course
Style: American? XD I dunno
Servings: 6 or 7, about.
Description: This is a recipe for chicken that can be used as a sammich filling or on crackers. My mom taught me how to make it, since I don't like traditional chicken salad.
1 can of shredded chicken (delicious <3)
Direction: dump chicken into bowl, and use forks to pull apart chicken so it's shredded. Add about 3 or 4 large spoonfuls of mayonnaise (more if you prefer) and mix with fork until mixed. add bacon bits and almonds, mix. Add a teaspoon of teriyaki sauce and a teaspoon of soy sauce (again, more if you prefer). Spread on bread or crackers and enjoy <3
Pictures: none =( maybe later <3
and here i thought i was the only guy that cooked ^^; im glad there are other guys posting in here.
Name of Dish: Chocolate Drope Cookies
Style: well as far as i know cookies came from england but i have no idea where this recipe came from. its ban passed down four generations in my family, getting changed a little bit every year.
Servings: ~ 3 dozen (36)
Description: these are somthing my family associates largly with christmas, its the only time we make them. i learned this version of the recipe from my mom, who got it from her mom, from her mom. only two of my sisters cook them (out of 7 siblings). its kinda spicy, but not that bad. and as far as i know it isnt bad for anyone ^^; they're best with frosting, but i dont know the recipe for the kind my mom makes (i have to bug her for it next year)
1 cup brown sugar (240 ml)
1 tsp. vanilla (4.9 ml)
1/2 cup butter (120 ml)
2 squares unsweetened chocolate (56 grams, i think )
1/2 cup milk (120 ml)
1 1/2 cups flour (360 ml)
1 tsp. salt (4.9 ml)
2 tsp. cinnamon (9.8 ml)
1 tsp. nutmeg (4.9 ml)
1/2 tsp. cloves (2.5 ml)
a big mixing bowl
Direction: melt the butter and chocolate in the microwave, stirring every 30 seconds or so. make sure its entirly melted. beat the egg & brown sugar until light, then add vanilla, then add to the butter/chocolate. Add the dry ingredients and milk one at a time while stirring. i strongly suggest adding the flour 1/2 cup at a time, and waiting until it is completly blended before adding more. this says use a greased cookiesheet, but i remember ever remember greasing it but maybe you should just to be careful. well anyways, drop then onto the cookiesheet. curl up your index finger, and look down at it. it should be about that big. change as you feel fit. bake @ 350 degress Fahrenheit (~177 degrees Celcius) for 8-10 mins)
i dont have any pictures, nor can i find any, but they should look similar to this. not as tall, though
Hmmm these things look very yummy indeed! <333 Now I want to eat chocolate cookies... lol
I also got to try the modified chicken salad sometime.
But what I really wanted to say is that I am happily surprised that out of four ppl that have posted here, three of them have been males! hehe
I think we have a lot of kitchen prince-gentlemen around here. XD
Wow, that looks delicious. Must be salty and spicy, just how i like it.
^well it's not exactly spicy since the province that it originated from isn't really big on spicey food... i guess you could make it spicey if wanna...
Eeermm.. a quick one. How about some desserts
Servings for 4. Try it. This stuff is great
* 2 cups zucchini - peeled, seeded and sliced
* 1/2 cup and 2 tablespoons white sugar
* 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
* 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
* 2-1/4 teaspoons cream of tartar
* 1 tablespoon lemon juice
* 1/8 teaspoon salt
* 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
* 1-1/2 teaspoons butter, diced
* 1/2 recipe pastry for a 9 inch double crust pie
- [@]Boil zucchini until tender. Drain and let stand in cold water for about 5 minutes, then drain.
[@]Add sugar, flour, cinnamon, cream of tartar, lemon juice, salt, and nutmeg. Mix well. Put into the pie crust. Dot with butter. Put top crust on.
[@]3. Bake at 400 degrees F (205 degrees C) for 40 to 50 minutes.
^it sounds a bit odd (zucchini's never struck me as a dessert)...but hey! anything worth posting is most probobly worth trying! i'll rep once i've tried it thanks
Japan #2 (From Yakitate!! Japan)
350g of bread flour
21g of butter
21g of sugar
35ml of milk
180ml of water
5g of dry yeast
6.5g of salt
How to make Japan #2?
1. First add flour, sugar, salt, yeast dissolved in water, water and milk to rice cooker pot.
2. Mix it well and knead the ingredients
3. Then, add butter
4. Knead it some more until it no longer feels sticky
5. Leave it in a warm place for 1 hour to allow it to rise
6. Get rid of the extra gas
7. Place in the rice cooker for 1 hour
8. After 1 hour, turn it over and cook it again
9. After that, turn it over and cook it once again
And there you have it fluffy rice cooker bread!
@bax- i tired out that zucchini pie....it was good, but the fact that it's made out of a vegetable still bugs me....not bad though....
I want to post pictures, but I don't have a working digital camera atm.
Dish: Tsatsiki - Delicious yogurt sauce, goes great with grilled meat, and fish, and on bread etc Name of Place here what your recipe will make (i.e.: Fruit Cake, T-Bone Steak, Caesar Salad, etc.)
Category: Place Here type of Dish (i.e.: Soup, Dessert, Cake, Salad, Main Course, Snack, Drinks, etc.)
Servings: Uhh.. depends on how much you make/eat, 2-5 typically.
Smoked Salmon Pizza (Medium - meh)
Category - Lunch/Dinner
Type - mediterranean (Do salmon even swim in that sea though?)
Servings - 1 (hungry) - 3
Lenten Pita (pie) of the Sea - Orthodox Christians fast from meat and dairies before easter, and I had to come up with a seafood pie for.. something my sister asked for. But, I have to be honest, everyone liked it, and it was really really good. (Ridiculously Overcomplicated? You bet! HARD)
Style - If you watch too much Food Network, and you're stressed because it's holiday season, and you have 2-3 recipes you've been playing around with, and your sister suddenly calls you up and asks you to prepare something, meanwhile you can't use HALF your kitchen because you're fasting... and its 4am because you were on the phone with your girlfriend all day, that's the style.
Category - Dinner
Servings - 5-6
I also make a REALLY really good burger... but I can't share the recipe, because.. I'm silly like that and burger recipes are meant to be kept secret, lest some jerk steal them and opens up a burger place.
Some 3 year old pictures of things I had made, when my dig camera DID work =/
Last edited by Lohnt; November 02, 2007 at 06:48 PM.