Holy fuck these are good.
Post top tier chip flavors/brands
I made a frittata. Thoughts? Be 100% honest. It tasted good.
What is the best recipe for pizza?
>in your opinion
Does anyone have good recipe for paprikash?
I am happy to see there is some interest in Hungarian food from others!
There are two types, quick (detailed below) which is usually made with/for sausages and regular which uses significantly more onion which gets caramelised. The regular one is usually used with/for chicken, but I'm suggesting the quick one for chicken because it's still delicious.
Here's the quick one, which makes four servings:
Pan sear four portions of chicken. Remove.
To the pan, add:
>lard or chicken grease is traditional, but most use sunflower oil nowadays for perceived health benefits
Paprika, sweet, 1-2tbsp or more
Finely chopped onion, half of one small to a quarter of one large
>garlic is usually used in the regular one, as is a bit of crushed tomato, but not in the quick one
Make a roux then add a cup of chicken stock.
Re-add chicken and finish up in the paprika gravy.
You can add cultured or soured cream now or when served up, as a garnish (like in your pic).
Stir in lots of fresh parsley.
Serve up, topped with additional cultured or soured cream, with a side of buttered potatoes, pinch dumplings or pasta. Rice is okay, too, if you're a heathen.
Also a side of sautéed green cabbage and/or sauerkraut.
Add hot paprika to taste/if desired (leave it at the table to add as you wish).
In Bavaria for a few weeks staying near Munich. Already been to the Marienplatz like seven times though I'm trying to avoid overly touristy restaurants. Give me some tips and recommendations please? Post pics if you have them.
Hans im Gluck still has good burgers right? I went two years ago when I was here for a few days and I remember it being good but I haven't been back yet. Since I'm here for a while I bought cheap shit at Aldi to make my own meals.
Also why is everyone in this country obsessed with curry? Is Donner really worth it? It looks pretty good...
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Since you are in Munich I would go for Zwickl - am Viktualienmarkt. Traditional restaurant and within (reasonable) walking distance. To wash down the meal, grab Paulaner Salvator or Zoigl if they have any.
As for the Turks, who knows. Döner is good but I would cook on your own/visit decent restaurants. After/during a evening with beer Döner is more than recommended.
I used to live in Kreuzberg in Berlin and the Turks were some of the friendliest people I met. When I mentioned to the owner of the döner place I visited most often I was going back to the States he sat down and shared some beers with me, even though it was a busy evening. Same thing with one of the bars near my flat, he gave a few rounds of shots to some of my friends and I on the house.
Of course this was more than ten years ago now and maybe attitudes have changed. Or maybe the Turks in the south of the country are different.
When I eat tacos, I never care when extra shredded cheese and diced tomatoes fall out. Into the trash it goes. But if it's spilt chicken, steak, or beef, I scoop it up. 100% of the time.
I've been buying it because it's cheap, but I'm looking for some alternative drinks. Any suggestions?
I''m also wondering if this is a really popular drink in all households or is if it's only something in black households like the memes say.
Remember the best meal you did for yourself?
Probably the best meal I do for myself is my Soup Nazi Mulligatawny. It's all vegetarian except for chicken broth and it's delicious. It's kind of expensive though because of cashews and pistachios.
inb4 tendies or crab legs
I made wonton soup with the dumplings being pork+shrimp, it was like no other wonton soup ive gotten at a chinese place. This was waaaay better. Damn, i want that now.
Goddamnit /ck/, it's been too long since I've pickled some eggs. It's time to do a batch!
I usually use some hot sauce as a solution, but would love to hear some other ideas.
PICKLED EGGS THREAD!
Why is there no definitive answer on the health effects of eggs?
Are they bad for you?
Here's Gordon Ramsey showing how to make the "perfect steak"
Funny how it just consists of fucking oilfat and salt. Who knew oil and salt tasted good??? of course that fukcing tastes good, you're basically frying a steak and then putting salt on it. A retarded monkey could do that.
Where are the complex spices and herbs? The cumin? The lemon pepper? The cayenne? Not even any fucking annato seeds.
This guy is a hack
How do lactose intolerant ethnics make do? What fills the place in diet?
As an American used to fried eggs and fried bacon for breakfast, I'm fascinated by the central European tradition of cold meat in the morning. But at the same time, I can't imagine doing it with what I can find at my usual store. Does the US just not have high enough quality cured meat?
Cold cuts and cheese on bread for breakfast is one of the most cancerous things here... The amount of space allotted to cold cuts in refrigeration is beyond absurd, there are several meters of it in every grocery store and everybody buy this shit.
As someone who's lived in the US and Germany, all I can say is if you think the meat and cheese section is excessive, then you definitely haven't seen the cereal aisle at an american supermarket
if you gettem from the right place I american meat is fine, but just stick with cures and cheeses that are, well, "american", otherwise they'll end up disappointing you. I've yet to taste an american salami that comes remotely close...
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>still using liquid ketchup
Once the planet universally adopts sliceable condiments we'll all be better off because of it.
Imagine not having to carry around several clunky bottles, just carry around a feed mustard or relish slices in a bag.