Literally 5 fucking burger king threads going on. Does /ck/ even have janitors?
new to the board just discovered that this was here hello comrades
what can I do to make broccoli taste better? my stupid fucking dad buys pizza with broccoli on it and it ruins it.
I guess I could just take it off but then there would be all these holes in it and I think the flavor would still be there
Cajun Dry Rub Chicken over Agave/Sorghum Turnip Root and Black Rice
1Lb Chicken Breast
1/2 Cup Black Rice
1 Turnip Root
1 TB Sorghum
1 TB Agave
3 TB Cajun Dry Rub
2 TB Butter
1 Cup of Water + Chicken Stock Cube
Cover Chick in Rub
Sous Vide 1 hour @ 142F
Sear on High in pan 1 min per side
Boil water+stock, add rice and butter. Simmer for 25 min
Saute Diced Turnip and Onion with Agave and Sorghum
S/P all to Taste
I can't eat Sorghum any more, and the cajun rub looks a little light, but nice presentation and solid concept. Might order at a restaurant if I was in the mood for something light and healthy.
how does the black rice taste OP? is it sweet like agave? I dont see that complimenting cajun style chicken. What was the brand of this "Cajun rub". Im from south louisiana and I better have heard of it.
The black rice surprisingly tasted very close to white rice with being a little more "earthy"
Oh yes, very sweet
It ended up complimenting surprisingly well
The rub was a homemade blend I've been making for years
>American pizza is greasy and gross!
in your dreams
Give me your best Indian recipes. I'm told northern Indian cuisine is richer and spicier, but people seem to argue about it. There is an amazing Indian restaurant where I live that has inspired me to make delicious curries at home. They make incredible naan, desserts, and roasted cheese as well.
I am looking for any recipe but particularly: yellow daal, masala chicken, masala lamb, fish curry, aloo gobi.
Any other tips and referrals appreciated.
What do you do with all the boiled up pork in your tonkatsu? I usually leave it in but it's not great what else could I do with it?
I throw it out.
Also, that's an odd looking tonkotsu there, OP. It's generally made with bones, not meat. The whole point of tonkotsu is the gelatin in the stock; that comes from bones and connective tissue rather than muscle meat.
I put a shit ton of meat and bones in it. If y'all think throw it out then I'll throw it out. I separated the bones after I boiled the animal parts, boiled the shit out of them, and mixed the broth from that with the meaty broth
Does /ck/ care about food being authentic or not? What does a recipe need to be authentic? Do you care more about an authentic recipe when eating or cooking?
Depends. If I'm visiting someplace and trying to get a feel for its culture of course I want "authentic" food. In terms of everyday eating I really just want what tastes best, which usually happens to be authentic food since in most cases it has been cooked and refined for centuries
I don't give a crap about whether or not a recipe is authentic, I care that it tastes good.
Sometimes those go hand-in-hand but that's not always true.
However when I'm making a dish that I've never cooked before I always try to learn the original or traditional recipe first, then I might modify it from there.
y-y-you mean we have to kill the animals we eat????
Welcome! What can I getcha for?
Are the best dutch ovens ceramic?
Please stop pronouncing this "RIZ OH TOH"
>more like REEEEEEEEEEEEEEE-zoh-toh am i rite
Holy fuck they brought this back?!
Why am I only now seeing it and haven't heard it?
Either way praise the beverage gods
What do you guys think of diet soda?
The sweeteners don't taste as good as sugar, but I prefer the less sticky feeling of diet soda overall. Diet Coke tastes objectively better than regular Coke due to formula tweaks, not dietness. Stevia sodas all taste like punishment and death.
Picture related. Also hotdog general.
what country is that food label from OP. it looks american but that doesnt make sense.
are the child "nutrition meal pattern requirements" mean that they absorb less protein than an adult? I don't understand. How can a child eating the same hot dog have less meat than when an adult eats it?
Dinner tonight. It's not the dog, it's what you put on it.