is anybody here vegetarian? what does your diet consist of
is there a way to cook brown rice besides boiling it in a pot so it easier to divide into portion control, like if I wanted to cook up 15 to 21 servings of brown rice at once how would I do it so I can divide it into 15 portions?
Saving cooked rice for consumption days or weeks later is fucking retarded. This is why rice cookers are popular with asians. Push a few buttons, add the stuff to the bowl, and it's ready when you get home from work. Not stale, not gross, not dried out from sitting there all day. Just freshly cooked and delicious.
Get a fucking huge pot or rice cooker.
If you want to cook that many servings at once you need a pot/cooker/pan big enough to hold that amount of rice in its hydrated cooked state. There is no way around that.
Can someone give me the lowdown on pressure frying? The instruction manual says never do this but manuals say a lot of things. I fry most of my food and this seems really fast. How dangerous is it really? French fries in 1 minute sounds incredible. I don't mind getting oil on my clothes; most of them are soiled lol
I have seen these warnings, but as the author here admits, many people have used their regular pressure cookers to fry without incident for decades, which makes me wonder if the danger is overstated by pressure fryer manufacterers to sell more pressure fryers.
Why are you not baking a panettone for Christmas?
Add cream base consisting of fage Greek yogurt,peas olive oil garlic cloves
I make steak
Oilive oil (Xtra virgin)
What do I have to use>
hey how do i not fuck up pasta Carbonara? i'm cooking it tomorrow for a cutie pie and I don't want to mess shit up
So I've been thinking about this for a while.
You guys have seen people infuse water with all different kinds of fruits, vegetables, what have you, in order to give the water a better taste? I'm curious it might work out with dry noodles being soaked in water which has been infused already. The noodles would absorb the flavor of the infused water and "cold cook" themselves in the fridge for however long it tastes.
Anyone ever "cold cook" noodles like this? I may experiment with this on Wednesday/Thursday. Would post results of anyone's interested.
yes, it works fine, takes a lot less time than you think, and you still need to flashcook them in boiling water before serving. pretty standard way to prep pasta in crap restaurants ime.
>what to flavor the water with?
>the Knorr Stockpot of course
MaMa instant ramen Egg, string beans.
More good dream pop like this?
Kielbasa with Macaroni and Cheese
Poached eggs on toast
Big bowl of beef stew with buttered bread
Anything with Sriracha goose brand Xtra hot
Properly made chips(french fries)
Nice (especially not too greasy) crisps(chips)
A medium well or Medium rare steak(no im not white)
A nice piece of meat with really fresh black pepper/msg/kaliumchloride/NCl
Do you ever use songs to memorize recipes? Here's what I use to remember how to make cupcakes:
All you have to do is take a cup of flour!
Add it to the mix!
Now just take a little something sweet, not sour!
A bit of salt, just a pinch!
Baking these treats is such a cinch!
Add a teaspoon of vanilla!
Add a little more, and you count to four,
And you never get your fill of...
Cupcakes! So sweet and tasty!
Cupcakes! Don't be too hasty!
Cupcakes! Cupcakes, cupcakes, CUPCAKES!
take some noodles and put them in a pot
add some ham to a pan that's nice and hot
mix your cream and eggs together
add some garlic, powder is better
velveeta cheese and frozen peas
some cracked black pepper if you please
mix it all just off the heat, yeah
when it scrambles order pizza
So why does everybody hate English food again? I mean; meat pies, pasties, bangers and mash, scotch eggs, chip butties, curry. All that shit is fucking magical. It's fried and butter with meat and potatoes half the time. What is there to hate? Did you all just have jellied eel and judge it all as terrible or something?
>What is there to hate?
>It's fried and butter with meat and potatoes half the time
You answered your question before you asked it.
anglo food is pretty awful. Besides black pudding it's just incredibly bland and is essentially the culmination of centuries of poverty.
so I need to make something for a Christmas lunch I've been invited to
the catch is that the host can't eat:
she said butter & cheese are okay but that doesn't leave me many options. what the fuck do I do?
I was thinking of just doing some slow-cooked veges in a gluten-free asian sesame sauce because I've got nothing else