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Does /ck/ like Nandos?
We should have a thread about satay, or food on sticks in general. Because it's fucking great.
Post recipes, tell stories, mourn the loss of satay street, whatever.
This is how I make peanut sauce, makes a small bowlful and it's piss easy. Don't just treat it as a dip for meat, try making fried rice, noodles, or stir fried vegetables with it.
250g smashed peanuts
1 diced red onion
2 garlic cloves
2 tbsp cane sugar
2 minced chillies
4 tbsp coconut cream
Those last three are to taste really, but the amounts are an average guess.
Fry everything in oil for 5 - 10 mins.
Add a splash of soy sauce and enough water to cover.
Simmer for 10 - 15 mins until thick.
Street vendors selling satay sticks is the number one thing I miss about Malaysia.
hey /ck/, gonna try to make some curry rice for the first time this weekend.
just classic with some beef, onions, carrots, and potatoes.
what's the best mix i could use/find easily at most supermarkets? im just looking to make something simple and tasty.
i see golden curry around a lot. how's that?
you guys ever add in any extra ingredients? a friend told me that some kinds of jam/ketchup can be good.
i appreciate it.
whats on your feet co/cks?
for the chefs & line cooks doing long hours, whats your preferred shoe for the kitchen?
pic related: they're cheap, last long & pretty comfy
Rubber birkenstocks with that cork bottom inside that conforms to your foot after wearing them for a while and some nice insoles. I work in pastry so I often build up a flour/sugar crust on them and it's nice to be able to pop out the insoles and scrub them in the sink.
ANyone else love these things you get at chinese places? beefs on the stick? fuggin nice. beef just melts.
Has anyone made shiozuke before? Seems simple enough, I just don't know how I'm gonna press the stuff. I've got a crock and a bowl that seems to fit decently over the top of it almost to the bottom. Does that seem like it'd work?
How did he go from Michelin Stars to...
Hi food expert,
What would you recommend as a good first time Japanese food? Generally I like Asian food and don't want to make a wrong decision here.
Something genuine, but also to be on the safe side.
I'm visiting relatives next month and I'd like to cook them some delicious mudfish.
Can you get that in stores regularly? If not, anyone know a company that can supply it and ship it to my relatives?
It's really good when cooked, don't knock it if you haven't tried it.
why is pepperoni the popular topping? I like it but Italian sausage is clearly the best meat.
A Bon Chon opened near me a couple months ago and I went on a whim
Tried the wings and they were sex
Any of you heard of these guys?
I'm eating this meal , what are you?
As someone who has hated coffee their entire life but now wishes to try and get into it, what would be the best drink for me to start with?
What coffee drink has the most amount of milk in it compared to coffee?
I started with mocha, which is coffee and chocolate. After that, you could try flavoured coffees. Most places offer latte and cappuccino with a pump of syrup which makes them flavoured. Latte and cappuccino also have the most milk compared to coffee.
You can drink flat whites and cappuccinos without looking like a fag.
Lattes, not so much.
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