Give me a recipe from these ingredients:
Canned pinto beans
Canned green beans
Red bell pepper
Tons of basic seasonings
dice the red pepper and grate about 1/3rd the carrot into the tomato sauce, add water and buillion(if you have it) and chili spces to the pot(chili, cumin, oregano onion and garlic powder, salt and pepper and hot sauce pr whatever)
simmer until the carrots are basically gone, then add the beans and simmer until good. Vegetarian chili
cook the pasta for 6 minutes and drain, but don't rinse.
warm the green beans and peas in whatever cooking fat you have(generous...
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I'm experimenting with Chinese cooking and trying to learn more about the basics.
If I am making a basic chicken lo mein, can I simply use spaghetti noodles? Do I have to pay more for Asian noodles?
i tried to make a crock pot chicken/mushroom soup and it turned out like shit. literally tastes like water.
I took a 2 gallon crock pot,
2 chicken halves with skin and bone
lots of sliced raw mushrooms, jalepenos, habanaros, onion, carrot, garlick and green pepper and balanced it with water
I put it on low for 8 hours and then shredded the chicken
what am i missing? why did this taste like water and fat? why can't i cook?
Never underestimate the browning contribution to flavor, or how reducing adds yumminess.
I don't see salt or peppercorns listed, and no herbs, such as chives, parsley, dill or bay. Herbes du provence even, saffron, lemon, something!
Chicken gets tough cooked that long. I get that you wanted stock or a crock pot meal, but you'll be tweaking it til right.
You probably only needed a splash of water. Chicken has a ton in it already, so do veggies, especially mushrooms.
It pays to brown your meats before you slow cook them, too. More flavor.
Also, did you add any salt or pepper?
Thoughts on meme cookers?
I kind of like them. Beef, venison and kangaroo just has pretty consistent results. I mainly use it for making bulk quantities of yoghurt. I rarely use it for poultry though. It doesn't hurt that I have an endless supply of zip lock bags.
>Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit
I've only been to WB once (was in Austin for 2 days).
I got a regular burger. It was ok. Better than McDonald's, but that's not saying much.
Am I missing something? If I go back, what should I get?
I just got a Rice Cooker for christmas, got any good ideas?
I like those one pot dishes you can make with rice cookers.
Sear the outside of your meat of choice, throw it right into the pot with your rice, water, spices, a tiny bit of olive oil and a couple of cloves of garlic then about halfway through cooking, open really quick and throw in your vegetables.
Opening the cooker mid-operation might fuck up the texture of your rice, but honestly I've never had a single issue.
Why do I love chicken nuggets so much?
No matter how healthy I try to be, these are the one type of food that constantly ruin me.
I love pretty much any type of chicken nugget.
I like the sauce more than the nuggets. And just eating spoonfuls of sauce is boring. They are the best way to consume sauce. Potatoes, rice, pasta...none of that would really work.
>I love pretty much any type of chicken nugget
I'm guessing you haven't tried Burger Kings chicken nuggets
>dankest thing you've eaten in the last week
Let's have another last meal thread.
is there really not a sticky for this board?
i need to learn how to cook
i need to learn how to clean cookware
is using steel wool bad? i used it on a pot and now i regret it and want to just throw it out and buy another one
I think cucumber sandwich is the best sandwich ever, not only that it's simple and taste good, but also have class!
>white bread, no crust.
>cut in rectangler pieces.
>spreaded with European unsalted butter on both sides.
>paper thin slices of cucumbers sprinkled with sea salt.
No cheese, or meat.
Absolutely no mayo...
today we discuss why mr goodbar is the best hershey chocolate bar
Good concept, shitty execution.
I'd like to think you couldn't fuck up chocolate and roasted peanuts, but Hershit's chocolate is so incredibly waxy and cloying it's hard to get through a bar without a horrible tooth ache.
>fried gnocchi, soppressata, garlic and broccoli
>sauce is olive oil, sriracha, soy sauce
>pan fried chicken with salt and pepper
I need help with my roux I think.
I have a 1lb top round boneless steak. How do I cook it? I'm not too bad at cooking steaks but I would like some help.
I usually cook them in a pan and spray it with pam. I like rare-medium rare. Also I have an onion with it