Rate my dinner /ck/
It's half a totinos pizza and it's microwaved
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80% said "Yes."
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How to prepare boneless, skinless chicken breast with no breading/carbs and still maintaining juice? I have a new gas range and pans and whatnot. No slow cooker or deep fryer.
hello /ck/, total beginner here who's starting to cook to get healthier. So I'm looking for an easy recipe that involve lean protein sources (turkey and chicken) and veggies. This is my first shot.
It's just some chicken cooked in pan with soy sauce and spices, then set aside and bell peppers, onions and mushrooms cooked in olive oil and spices.
It tasted good, which I'm very surprised of. Not wonderful, but good. But I want to improve.
I used no oil whatsoever, but 30 g of soy sauce. I tend to overcook chicken because I'm a pussy. Should I switch to oil? Why?
I love bell peppers, onions and mushrooms but I found the timings very off. I initially put in the pan only the bell peppers with 1tbsp of olive oil and cooked for almost 10 mins, then put in the onions and mushrooms and closed the lid. Should I close the lid for the bell peppers too? Should I NOT close the lid at all?
If I want to replace bell peppers that takes too long to cook, which vegetable does have a similar cooking time of onions and mushrooms?
Thanks, please no bully. I literally looked on youtube "how to dice bell peppers/mushrooms". This is my level of cooking
Holy shit anon this looks like a mess. It seems like you either wanted to make fajitas or stir fry either way look up some recipes and watch some videos to familiarise yourself. Both stir fry and fajitas are touted as low calorie foods anyway.
Use oil you want to brown your chicken it adds flavor, look up maillard reaction.
Same with veggies soft veggies are shitty you want to brown and caramelize parts of the veg will still having a light crunch.
Dont close the lid. Bell peppers...
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Pretty much what that other anon said is good.
Heat oil. Fry onions and bell peppers. Hell, add garlic or ginger too. After a minute or so, add mushrooms, then veggies. Cabbages, carrots, cauli, whatever you like. I love adding young/baby corn. Add your cooked chicken (assuming you like cooking it separately for some reason), then sauce and spices to taste.
After all is cooked, a tsp of sesame oil on top is good too.
If you don't want to use oil on your chicken, steam it then just add to your vegetables.
Who /sodastreaming/ here?
Hey /ck/ I will be going backpacking to Thailand soon and one of the tips I keep getting to spend less money is to eat local foods. However I don't I have ever eaten thai food and to be honest it looks all pretty bad. Please convince me Thai is good and show me what to get
which fine malted beverage art thou imbibing this aftermorn my good sirs?
I still have five hours to go until noon but around noon, I'll start working my way through a 12 of Newcastle.
You have 10 seconds to justify why I should ever eat chicken off the bone when tenders are just as tasty and less hassle.
Protip: You literally can't
My sister and her hipster boyfriend came over for dinner last night and he left this bottle of meme beer behind.
I hate to waste food so I thought I'd use it in my steak and ale pie recipe.
Usually I use Guinness, will this crap work?
Does /ck/ likes Big Red soda?
At first I didn't in the early 2000's, but than it grew on me.
What are your top 3 fast food joints?
What's you favorite varietals of apple, /ck/? Mine are Cortlands and Granny Smiths
btw, Red Delicious is a shit-tier apple
How does /ck/ make a delicious burger?
Like what kind of seasoning do you guys use to give it a bomb ass flavor?
if you have very high quality meat you should only use salt and pepper. you can use special salt and special pepper though, up to you. steak pepper works nicely, as does chili salt.
personally I'm a poor piece of shit so I almost never get high quality minced meat. I would post my recipe for the best patty spice mix in the entire world but I'm going to write a cookbook and can't risk /ck/ stealing it. godspeed op.
Rate my lunch /ck/