Hey, /ck/, I don't visit here often, but I want to learn how to make some fried rice. For starters, I'm completely inept at cooking, but it seems like an easy enough dish to get me started. Can you guys help me make a fried rice that isn't a mushy mess? And how much sesame oil should I use if at all, because the last time I tried to make it all I could taste was the sesame oil with the saltiness from the soy sauce and it was an ugly "soy sauce on white rice" brown, not that delicious golden fried rice brown, so I had to chuck it in the garbage disposal.
First off, use day old rice from the fridge, or it will be mushy. Make a stir fry sauce (something sweet, something spicy, something salty, aeromatics). Scramble some eggs. Cut up, season/marinade, and fry up the protein in the wok. Throw in the vegetables. Rice and stir fry sauce. Eggs.
It's all in the technique. I made some delicious ass shit out of spam and frozen mixed vegetables.
Fuck, I knew I was missing something in the OP. I meant to add that I don't have a wok and I don't think it'd work the same on my electric range. Would some overnight Jasmine rice be fine to use? And should I just google for a stir fry sauce or are there some common recipes?
I've been a vegetarian for a few years now, but I still have fried chicken dreams and shit like that about once a month.
Sometimes I come here just to look at pictures of cheeseburgers and shit.
I've lost control of my life.
Do you buy regular or natural peanut butter?
Natural in the sense that it only contains peanuts (and salt if I can't find it without it) but I don't bother with organic. I usually go with the store brand since it can be a dollar or more cheaper per jar and tastes just as good as the other brands.
I think I saw a while ago that Reese's makes a peanut butter and thinking about how salty and sugary a Reese's pb&j sandwich would be almost made me gag. Can't eat anything but that all natural shit now.
Is there anything that Guy Fieri doesn't have his own brand of
>people don't put pickles on their pizza
this is what is wrong with society
Why are san marzano tomatoes so flavorful? I've lived my life in ignorance, eating roma tomatoes which remind of mush fiber. My eyes were opened today when making my own tomato bisque and I used the recommended san marzano instead of dirt cheap varieties. I was just tasting it for seasoning and the tomato flavor just jumped out at me.
I've never liked Roma but they always seem to get the job done for sauces. Not a lot to choose from around here anyway. Most tomatoes are pretty awful which is why I didn't like them until I was 23 or 24. I still only think they're really good if they're caramelized or sun dried.
What's your nationality and what did you eat today?
I haven't eaten anything yet. I'll probably eat in about eight hours. I have leftover ribs from last night.
Hey /ck/, any Floridafags here? I'm heading to Miami from UK in September. Can you guys suggest any really good places to eat?
If you're going to even try fast food, go here
Don't go to Miami, it's Americas very own Third World Hell Hole of a city
Or stay in Miami Beach. Yeah, surrounded by queers and hipsters, but less risk of stray bullets or driving the wrong road and seeing a Santaria sacrifice of chickens and goats in the middle of the road.
please ck i need 2 learn if my lifestyle choice is good
for the last 6-14 months my daily food is basically just gourmet food baskets. I'm in a police training academy and I'm living almost entirely off of gourmet food baskets.
is this healthy choice? what do u think of about food baskets? how often and how many food baskets 2 eat in one day/week?
what am I doing? please help me about these gourmet's chef's choice select food baskets
>trying this hard to force a meme
I get what you're trying to do here, unfortunately it's not as good material as you think it is
the gold certified chef schtick was a lot funnier, you should revive that one
Is ranch dressing on a pizza considered bad form?
What's your countrys equivalent to pic related?
Pretty much every bakery here offers freshly made, simple sandwiches, fruit salads and yoghurts.
Stuff is actually fresh, really good and dirt cheap.
I'm not talking "regular" fast food, but something edible
I know Americans fot their Delis, but are they cheap/simple?
RATE this meal, /ck/
Roast chicken and ramen cooked with extra spices (paprika and cayennne).
more chicken, less ramen and sodium. drain the liquid and mix it up and put the chicken on the bed of ramen. Use fork, cut piece of chicken, twirl it up with some ramen. Decent meal with no nutrients or vitamins but hell, better than nothing.
Are carrots a meme?
Is there a super-food I can survive eating that and nothing else?
I'll be going to a fine steakhouse for dinner tonight /ck/. What should I order?