what are some meals i can make entirely out of things i buy from vege market? (eggs, vegetables, fruit..my budget doesn't really include fish) last week i made fried cauliflower rice and sometimes i make huevos rancheros but i'm running out of ideas? i also generally avoid bread/pasta/rice for health reasons.
Hey fuccboi you need energy to live okay?
You need pasta rice and bread with your veggies.
I guess you can get away with a potato omelette or something but you can't eat potato omelette every day.
>have some thin sliced meat, the kind used for hot pot
>decide to experiment with it by coating it with flour and panfrying it with olive oil
>improvement over just boiling it, but still not much taste
Anyone got any suggestions on what to do with this stuff other than hot pot? I thought about using sauces, but the ones from the supermarket are like $3 per bottle and only lasts for like half a kilo of meat.
So, given these three limitations:
1 form of noodle
1 processed cheese product
4 other ingredients
The best recipe that a physical man can execute to make a feast for kings!
I LOVE THE GARLIC BUTTER SAUUUUUUUUU
God I hope this shit doesn't become meme sauce 2016.
I might as well hop on the bandwagon now and start selling Old Godmother shirts, chips, and other shit to hipsters.
Is there some place where I can get 55 gallon drums of vodka? I am so sick and tired of driving to the store every day.
>Everyone getting absorbed into the huy fag meme sauce
>Everyoone missing the Goose brand superior sauce
>mfw(its a sad face btw)
I've been using shark brand for the past couple years.
People who've only had cock sauce wouldn't even know it was sriracha without looking at the bottle.
Only real complaint is that it doesn't have that same nice and thick consistency.
Am I the only one that doesn't (really) like sriracha? Never understood the craze. Something about the flavor is just... off to me. I rather enjoy hot sauces and spicy foods in general, but there's some element of the flavor in sriracha that gets repetitive quickly for me. In my poorer years in college though, I will admit that sriracha paired nicely with ramen noodles, a small portion of the chicken seasoning, and some clarified butter for a nig-rigged sauce.
what's the most delicious way to cook carrots as a side dish to beef/pork
slice carrots then boil in olive oil and water until somewhat soft. don't let the water completely boil off, this will be a broth of sorts. then add black beans at a ratio of 3 to 1, beans to carrots, and spice with oregano, black pepper, other herbs/whatever to taste. when the beans are almost ready add tomato paste and salt to preference. finish then serve with rice.
Is Spanish the most underrated cuisine?
>god tier cheeses
>great cured meats
>one of the first countries to have access to foreign spices
what do you put on your steak to make it taste better?
>diced panchetta, stick of cacciatore and a stick of chorizo in a saucepan with olive oil
>when olive oil starts to change color, add a diced onion and 1 crushed clove of garlic
>when fragrant and onions have turned orange, add 1 can diced tomatoes, small dash of red wine
>add thyme, pepper to taste, don't need salt
>simmer for at least 10 minutes
>serve over fusili or gnocchi or any pasta...
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That depends on the lady. If she frequents high-end trendy restaurants, she probably won't find it that exciting.
f she's your average person then it's a nice meal and the fact that you made it for her is as important as what you've prepared.
Don't do gnocchi OP do a different type of pasta. Gnocchi is too heavy, and she will appreciate this seems simple and light enough. Light is important because it's the second date and if you play your cards right you gun get sum fuk
I leave for Hong Kong in 2 weeks for a short holiday and I have some questions
>Does Yat Lok and Tim Ho Wan live up to the hype?
>Where is the best claypot rice?
>Are there any western restaurants worth going out of my way to visit?
Any general recommendations also welcome
Nobody on /ck/ has a passport you dumb weeb
Why can't we talk about normal food: deep fried shitmeat and IPA IPA IPA
Stop lording it over us flyovers by pretending to be able to afford a brief vacation in another country
Whereabouts are you staying? I haven't been back for a decade so I can't suggest any specific places, but if you can get up to the old town in the morning you should still be able to find guys selling dim sum from steamer stands.
Whats your nationality/background?
Do you like your traditional dishes? Can you cook them?
Does your family cook them regularly?
Do you go out with family to eat them in resturants?
What would your favourite dish from your culture be?
My parents are from iran but we live in Australia. I can cook a few dishes but not many, but I really love middle eastern cuisine. We go out to resturants every 2-3 weeks since we end up driving past auburn (arab suburb) for business. My favourite dish would probably be gormeh sabzi or khoresht bodemjoon. Naturally they're...
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A lot of spreads I see in the shops are just oils, sugar and then milk powder, fruit or whatever else.
So how do I make a decent fat-based spread that's not all fancy like the spread recipes you find around the web? Something that keeps well for a good while.
You could use lard, and sprinkle some salt and paprika or pepper on it.
Or go with just some salt and then tomatoes or pickles or whatever.
Lard is pretty okay imho. But then again, i am a student.
Chicken Tikka Masala.
What's your recipe?