So I really love watching street food videos. What I noticed however is that in India, Pakistan and some of the other poorer countries the oil they use is black. Is this just an old oil that took on the color from the spices they cook the food in or do they use a certain type of oil that looks darker than what we're used to in the west?
Here's an example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYNSVbByi1U
Lets make this a street food video thread, please post your favorite.
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My guess is that a "carne asada" (Barbecue?) is a universal thing but my question is what sides do people use in different countries?
I'm asking this cuz I don't think nothing is better than guacamole, salsas, flour tortillas, picled red onions in lime juice, etc.
pickled red onions are kind of rare in the states unless you go to a nicer place
A lot of people here are idiots who add lettuce and shredded cheddar.
Personally, I never put cheese on any mexican food unless it's like standard like a wet burrito.
some places have limes and I love getting fresh lime juice on my burrito at those kinds of places. I've only seen it at Whole Foods
>i don't think nothing is better than
No, sides are better than no sides.
You also like the things you do because you come from a country where that's all you've even been exposed to.
In most first world countries people grow up eating all sorts of things and can choose whatever cuisine the're in the mood for that day.
The "best" is just a matter of preference, and people who only eat one flavor profile are basically picky eaters.
I'm trying to get back into the restaurant industry and I'm looking for a stage. Does anyone have experience applying for one and have any advice?
>people who call regular noodles "ramen"
Do you know how fucking stupid you sound? You're not Japanese. You're just a dumb fucking weeaboo who wouldn't know how to cook a REAL meal if your life depended on it. Go complain to your parents because they won't let you make sushi in their kitchen you NEET fucker.
What's /ck/'s opinion on the secret guac recipe from Senator Bush?
Just reporting in to confirm that egg in a basket makes about as good a hamburger bun as you'd imagine.
This is fucking delicious.
What food do you hate the most?
I would not consider myself a very picky eater at all, but fuck, oh god, I hate corn. I love all kinds of vegetables, but corn is the bane of my existence.
I also hate coconuts.
In my case, frozen salmon and red wine
Pan Seasoning question
It seems like the advice is that if your seasoning is messed up/damaged, you should remove seasoning and start over.
Why not just season over it? Just did my first seasoning which had some gaps (too much oil so it bunch I assume) and then after my first cooking some of it came off.
Could I just clean it and repeat the process or do I need to remove the old stuff first?
why don't I ever see chinese hot dogs?
tonight i'm making an eastern-flavoured slaw, and my taste thing says it would go really well with hot dogs.
what am i missing, or what is the world missing?
Hot dogs are just a type of sausage. The Chinese have sausages.
The chinese don't eat hotdogs because at the time when America was shitty enough to invent hotdogs, China was not really eating bread. Now that China has bread, they've successfully skipped hotdogs and gone right for KFC
dude have you ever had chinese kfc? i ate there once before a flight in beijing and while i hate kfc in the united states, kfc in china is amazing. it's what KFC should be
idk what they do to the chicken but god damn
First time I'm going to try beef lung, what is the tastiest way cook it
My Czech grandmother used to make what is called "pajšl," which had beef lung cooked with a cream sauce. I don't really remember the recipe but I remember she would poach the offal for a while, cut it into bite-size pieces, then add it back into broth with cooked vegetables, and then add in what I now think was probably a roux, and some cream. I don't remember if it was sour cream or not. I'm not sure what she seasoned it with.
Pepine has a recipe, which, because it's french, is probably edible but otherwise the lights are absolutely the worst offal in an animal I'd rather eat tripe
>mou au vin rouge
my god I've got tears in my eyes reading this
>"This restaurant has a hip vipe, don't you think?"
>make quesadilla for dinner with leftover rotisserie chicken from the store
>it's fucking terrible
Post cooking feels
>buy some beef fillets to eat during the week.
>sear all of them and save them in the fridge
>eventually I forget about it
>a couple of days after I get them and cut them all in slices to make some burritos
>after all the work making guacamole and pico de gallo and chopping stuff turns on the slices are chewey as fuck
>end eating vegetable burritos
>mfw death appears
>It's a sad thing that your adventures have ended here
any pescatarians here? i want to eat more seafood, got any good recipes?
Just made delicious shrimp. Heated olive oil with minced garlic, shallots, parsley, garlic powder, fresh cracked pepper, and sea salt. Added shrimp then white whine and then crushed tomatoes (food processored). Delicious and fast. Put it over pasta with some balsamic and olive oil. Topped with Parm