-- 1 box of Glico Japanese Curry (Hot) - I only use about 4 cubes of curry. It's a pretty well known brand and I think most Asian supermarkets carry it!
-Vegetables (lots lots lots!) You can use whatever I want, but here's generally what I use.
- Half a large onion, diced
- 1 green pepper, diced
-1 red pepper, diced
-A handful of frozen green beans
- 1 head of broccoli
-1 large potato, diced and cubed
-1 carrot, sliced
-Half a box of mushrooms, chopped up into very small pieces
**Sometimes I'll chuck in a bunch of frozen Asian style veggies.**
- 1 large chicken breast (diced) , or about 500g of ground beef
- A bit of vegetable oil
-Salt / pepper.
- Rice (to serve)
The first step is optional, but I like doing this for a pop of spice. Take your diced meat and rub on a thin layer of pepper (I also use texmex seasoning sometimes). Make sure to really work it in! Set it aside.
Pop 2 pots of water on the stove and bring to a boil. Add a dash of salt. Put in your potatoes and boil on medium for about 15 mins or until soft. In the other pot, boil your broccoli and frozen veg on low heat!
Place a large pan on medium-low heat. Add a dash of vegetable oil and pop in your onions. Saute them until they are start turning golden. Add in your meat and and cook thoroughly!
Add in the peppers, mushrooms, green beans, and carrots. Turn up the temperature to medium/ high heat and saute for a few minutes until meat is beginning to brown.
Until this point, it's pretty much your basic stirfry recipe.
It's looking pretty colourful right now! Next, take your box of curry - I'm using the hot variety from Glico. You'll find little paste blocks inside... It almost looks like chocolate (but definitely doesn't smell like it!)
Now, this is up to preference. I break off about 4 - 5 blocks, which is about half of the package. I like my curry to taste fairly strong. I would recommend using about 2 - 3 blocks and testing how rich you like the flavour from there.
Add in your frozen veg and potatoes - let them sit and cook with the rest of the vegetables for a minute. Take a bit of the potato water and add about 2 cups to your stirfry.
Break up your curry blocks and scatter them around! They'll slowly begin to melt into the water, creating a thick sauce.
Cover with a lid and let it simmer as the mixture reduces a bit. It should be quite thick. Serve up your rice and top with a few heaped spoonfuls of curry! It will be nice and hot...dig in! And there you go! One of my favourite meals to make. I don't make this too often because it is quite rich, but so tasttttyyy!!
Thoughts on Five Guys Burgers and Fries?
>Go to 5 guys with friend
>friend orders burger
>"I'll have a cheeseburger with bacon and ketchup."
When's the last time you went into a diner, sat at the counter, and had a nice greasy sandwich of egg, meat, and cheese on a hard roll, maybe some hash, while old people around you talked about things?
Im in a college town. Sat down at the counter in the local breakfast joint thats been there since the 50s, has rave reviews.
The owners treated me like shit, they took forever to get me my food, and then they fucked my order up and got mad as hell when I brought it up to them.
Also its cash only so I had to use their god damn ATM which has like a 10$ fee.
I'm sure he's exaggerating a little (no ATM has a $10 fee, for example) but those old places can be unwelcoming sometimes to people that aren't regulars. They'll treat the old folks that have been coming there for decades with total courtesy but if some out-of-towner or young wiseass saunters in they're all "wtf do YOU want"? Shame since sometimes the food is pretty damned good. And if you pay with a card... hooo boy, look out.
name a worse restaurant meme
What kind of additives/preservatives make you nope out from buying a food product?
Can we at least agree that these diets are okay so long as the processed food companies aren't a part of any of them?
Isn't it the food manufacturer's product that is hurting their potential to be more effective?
>I of course don't mean to blame McDonalds, I lay the blame on the consumer who buys a burger and fries instead of making your own healthy food (following whatever dietary restrictions they please)
I'm a pescatarian, but I don't have any reason, it's just what I grew up on. If you want to eat meat go ahead, I couldn't give two fucks. I just don't feel the need to eat any other meat but fish. I don't miss what I have never had.
According to Google Trends,the "paleo" fad, practiced only by boring ass special snowflakes, peaked in 2014. Lact-ovo vegetarians are like sewer mutants from the 80s, and tend to have worse nutrition than anyone because they assume milk and eggs are magic. Just look at all the fatasses in India. Too many vegans eat processed bullshit imitations SAD food. https://www.drmcdougall.com/misc/2008nl/dec/fat.htm
A diet of whole plant foods is objectively the best.
>I don't miss what I have never had.
My life philosophy.
Where can I get some bold pepperoni? The kind that is concave like this
I snack far too much and want to lose weight. Rather than trying to cut out snacking entirely, I figure I should start with less-fattening stuff in addition to exercise.
I don't care if it's empty calories, I don't care if it's loaded with chemicals, I just want something with a good shelf-life and very little preparation. What should I get?
the problem with empty calories (read: sugar) is that you'll be hungry pretty soon afterward
why not just fit nuts into your calorie allowance? the fat + protein content will keep you satiated for a longer period of time.
How do you like your rum?
What do you think of this sandwich? How often do you eat sandwiches?
DID SOMEBODY SAY DAGWOOD THREAD?
it's tasty of course. but it's so versatile. You can carry it around with you as you make your way on your long and tireless journey. Let's say you were stopped by the police and had to put your hands up? Couldn't exactly do that with those chili cheese fries now could you? You'd have chili all over yourself, you might even accidentally sling some at the kind officer and he mistakes it for a deadly weapon. You'd sure be out of luck then. The potato tornado though? attached firmly to it's carrying unit. Plus if you're really hungry you...
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That pic is so fucking wrong tho.
first off, smiles are way better than people give them credit for. chili cheese smiles are god like.
next how the fuck do you rank standard cut over garlic or curly fries? why aren't crinkle cut on the bottom? why are chips so low?
I like the square style pizza like this, not the round one. Is this called deep dish?
How can anyone unironically hate the taste of delicious blood?
I doubt it's the taste that bothers them, it's the mental block some people have about eating stuff they consider "gross".
Besides, blood sausage aka black pudding is strongly seasoned and tastes little of blood. Is the tofu-like stuff found in some Asian dishes that really has a blood flavor.
Blood is a life sustaining food. I was reading about Genghis Khan where the mongrels would make small cuts in their horses and drink the warm fresh blood to quell their hunger when no food was available.