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Eating out in.

I fancied something different tonight. As it's easier to change the menu than your partner I had a good look around the shop. There were Portobello mushrooms from Poland and some really fresh looking baby leaf salad, too diverse to mention every leaf. So I piled it into my shopping basket.
I had a quick think about what food stuffs I had at home and decided on a creamy risotto, topped with the mushrooms.
I still fancied a bit of extra so I bought a bottle of truffle oil to drizzle around the rice and mushrooms. It's a luxury but on hind sight I could have put half the drops on the plate and it would have been enough.
The salad only needed a light dressing to compliment not overwhelm the main course.
I really enjoyed having new ingredients to work with and it made cooking the evening meal a discovery rather than a drudgery. I'm not advocating everyone go out and buy all sorts of stuff, just passing on something I think others may enjoy.

P.S If you use Portabello mushrooms as the main flavor in your dish and buy them the day before put them in the oven on the lowest heat overnight. You'll only have half the mushroom the next day but four times the flavor. I didn't have time for that tonight so I heated up a frying pan and put them in dry turning them untill every thing else was ready. When you cook them they have the texture of grilled meat.
Anyone else got an eating out in dish to share?
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Re: Eating out in.

I enjoy cooking, but not enough to join any food/cooking forums, so EF is my main source of food ideas (I am more interested in ideas coming from real people than from food writers). So my thanks to Oldhand for a very interesting suggestion ... I have never cooked risotto.

A very fast, easy and delicious dish that I often make at home is Chicken Piccata (good veal is hard to find, and exorbitantly priced when found, in my part of the country). Rather than slice the chicken breasts myself, as in the recipe, I buy thin "chicken breast cutlets" from my supermarket. White rice on the side.

Added note: In addition to the lemon juice I add a few thin slices of lemon while making the sauce (step 4 of recipe). I also use less oil and butter, for health reasons.

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Re: Eating out in.

I've taken to cooking Thai and Indian-style recipes, and mexican too...

Pad Thai
Massaman Curry
Butter Chicken
Pakoras
Burritos etc

And all the ingredients from the friendly 'mult-cultural' stores around the main train station in Zurich...

Actually, when I was there last week I was thinking perhaps I should organise an EF 'shopping tour' - walking from HB to the Asian, Thai, Mexican, Turkish and Indian supermarkets - I reckon it could be easily done in a couple of hours - anyone interested, PM me!

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I've taken to cooking Thai and Indian-style recipes, and mexican too...

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Me too, especially Thai green / red curries. Coop do a pretty good thai curry kit for around 9CHF but you'll need to add coconut milk to that at another 2-3 CHF. If you want to do it more often then you can buy most of the ingredients at Aggarwal in Langstrasse (or maybe the new shop they've opened around the corner as the Langstrasse one is becoming a "Restaurant" - very good lunches too). Last time I shopped for Thai ingredients there they had everything except Kifir leaves and the peppers. Jelmoli has everything you'd need downstairs but Jelmoli prices too, good but not cheap.
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Re: Eating out in.

One of my favourite Italian eating-out-in dishes is an improvised, easy Scallopine al Limone (veal escalopes in lemon) served with a creamy saffron risotto and fresh green salad.

Fry the thinly sliced escalopes at high heat in butter. Take them out after a short time and put them in pre-heated 80°C oven to sit while you make the lemon "drizzle".

Put a chunk of butter into the frying pan, when melted add the juice of half a lemon (or a whole lemon if you're making alot). Stir.

Put the escalopes onto plates; add the juices to the lemon gravy/sauce, stir and then drizzle immediately onto the meat.

This has to all happen quite quickly, so I get everybody sitting at the table before I start. Otherwise, the meat can get tough or cold

To the risotto I add a dollop of mascarpone, which gives it nice creamy texture.

Not so good for the figure - but heaven for your tastebuds!

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Hi People,

One of my favorite celebrity chefs would have to be Rachel Ray. I'm a trained chef, and don't really like these over popularized 'cooks' or actors rather, but I feel she does a great job at simplifying delicious meals at reasonable prices and with short preparation times.

I strongly dislike parents who stuff their children with junk and fast food causing malnutrition and obesity. Rachel makes it easy and interesting to cook.

She has lots of recipes that help me come up with fresh, new and interesting ideas for dinner, day after day.

Check her out for 'Eating Out in' recipes.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/30-minute-meals/index.html

Or

http://www.rachaelray.com/

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One of my favorite and very easy recipes is for Zürcher Geschnetzeltes. Very tasty and extremely easy to prepare.


===Ingredients:===
  • 600g Veal, thinly sliced by hand
  • 2 Tbs Butter
  • 1 Onion, finely chopped
  • 2 dl (3/4 cup) White Wine
  • 2 dl Cream
  • Half a Lemon or a Few drops Lemon Juice
  • 1 Tbsp Chopped Parsley
  • Salt & Pepper to taste
===Preparation:===
  1. Sauté the veal on all sides in very hot butter.
  2. Remove from the pan, sprinkle with salt & pepper and keep warm.
  3. In the same pan, fry the onions on medium heat for 2 mins.
  4. Add the White Wine, simmer until reduced by 1/2.
  5. Add the Cream, bring to high heat but do not boil.
  6. Return the Veal to the pan with the juices.
  7. Season with Salt & Pepper and a few drops of Lemon juice.
  8. Garnish with Parsley, serve with Rösti.
This is an authentic recipe.

What I like to do is add a pinch of mustard, paprika and fresh mushrooms to the sauce to kick it up a notch. This recipe can also be done with Chicken, Pork, Rabbit (add some stock and stew it longer till done) or even Fish.

Rösti is traditionally the accompaniment but I also like it with Spätzli. Both can be purchased pre-prepared from Migros.

En Guete !

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Re: Eating out in.

Talking about experimenting with food...
I had some rice left over from Saturday's supper. Next day I decided to make meatballs for pasta dish but I didnt have any flour left and only half a packet of mince. I mixed mince with rice and added a bit of fried chopped onions into it. I also put in a salty brine with dills and green seeds from pickles, pinch of powder curry, chilli and some herbal spices and all of this sort. I mixed it all together and formed meatballs then I fried them on the sizzling oil. Meetballs went down well with pasta sauce and spaghetti bolognese making a delicious meal. Lekker, fingers licking
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Very inventive Jacek !!! Sounds delicious.


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I had some rice left over from Saturday's supper. Next day I decided to make meatballs for pasta dish but I didnt have any flour left and only half a packet of mince. I mixed mince with rice and added a bit of fried chopped onions into it. I also put in a salty brine with dills and green seeds from pickles, pinch of powder curry, chilli and some herbal spices and all of this sort. I mixed it all together and formed meatballs then I fried them on the sizzling oil. Meetballs went down well with pasta sauce and spaghetti bolognese making a delicious meal. Lekker, fingers licking
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Re: Eating out in.

BTW: Oldhand if you are interested in experimenting (I mean cooking ) with Polish food, here is a good link to our famous dishes:

http://www.krykiet.com/polish_food.htm
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Re: Eating out in.

Swisspea! I've often talked about the same thing- I kinda went wandering a lot in my first couple of months in Zurich when we lived bang smack in the middle of the city. There are a lot of very good shops which are also incredibly reasonably priced. In Josefstrasse (for example)- there's a lebanese place that always has the freshest, most eclectic array of vegetables and they're CHEAP. I can walk out with a weeks worth of vegetables for 20-something.

And they have the 'indian' vegetables like okra which in Aggarwals are twice the price and much less fresh.

There is definitely lots of wonderful shops, if you know where to go. Let me know if you decide to do the walk. I'll happily come and trade notes with you.

As for dinner, yesterday, I made a vegetarian thai green curry. Last time I did this, I made the mistake of buying a bottle of premade paste. Ew.

This time I made the paste-
The curry kit (with a few chillis, some lemongrass, galangal and kaffir lime leaves) - 1.80 Chf
A bunch of coriander- I just used the stalks and the roots (left over after harvesting the leaves for something else) - 20/30 rappen
A bit of ginger- a few rappen.
A few cloves of garlic - a few rappen.
A small box of light coconut milk - 1.20 Chf

Lots of vegetables, a bit of tofu for protein and bean shoots- the whole meal couldn't have cost more than 5/6 francs with some steamed rice, and we had sufficient that there's left overs for lunch today.

Lin Hua on Saturdays is really worth going to if you like cooking asian- 20 % off is nothing to be sneezed at.

Tonight, slow roasted tomato shorba, paneer pulao and a mixed vegetable curry (indian style).
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Re: Eating out in.

This is a dish that tastes delicious and is easy to prepare, all the ingredients can be found in my local Migros.
Tuna with Coriander Noodles.

Sauce:
60ml lime juice
2 tablespoons fish sauce
2 tablespoons sweet chilly sauce
2 teaspoons brown sugar.
1 teaspoon sesame oil
1 clove of garlic, finely chopped.
mix all ingredients in a bowl.

200g thin noodles cooked and hot.
1 tuna steak cooked to your liking.
bunch of spring onions and plenty of coriander.

Finely slice onions and chop coriander.
Add a little more than half, same with the sauce to the hot noodles.
Cut tuna into strips and place on top of the noodles.
Add rest of onions/coriander and sauce and serve.

The sauce can be used for warm salads or vegies and you can replace the tuna with anything you fancy. Prawns, chicken etc.
Easy peasy.
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Tonight, slow roasted tomato shorba, paneer pulao and a mixed vegetable curry (indian style).
Oh my ... wish I was coming to dinner. Sounds absolutely delicious.
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Oh my ... wish I was coming to dinner. Sounds absolutely delicious.
Ditto! I'd be there like a shot!
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Re: Eating out in.

I tend to buy things when they're cheap, pre-prepare, freeze etc when I have spare time so dinner is a breeze. I bought these tomatoes when they were on aktion for 99 rappen for a kilo. I bought about 6 kilos worth and slow roasted them on the lowest heat setting for 12 hours, and froze them in small ziplock bags.

I do the same thing with herbs. I make pestos, or I remove the leaves and freeze them in covered icecube trays- they're fine if you're going to cook with them, for flavour. Not so good as a garnish though.

I've found that's really the best way to have a good, quick, nutritious and reasonably priced meal. And also, there's the side benefit that my fairly lackluster winter greenhouse tomatoes taste like the middle of summer.

The paneer is home made from milk which was nearing its useby date. It can also be frozen and defrosted. The whey that came out of the paneer making process was used to make chappatis or risotto, giving them a nice, creamy taste- but much lower in fat. If needed it can also be used for a stock in a creamy soup- like a potato leek soup, or mushroom soup. Also can be frozen.

All in all if you have the time to do the prep work ahead of time, (which as an unemployed bum, I do) this is an ideal way to make your dinners seem fancy when they cost very little in time or effort or money (comparative to eating out anyway).

And we should have a lunch pot luck party in summer, June, somewhere by the lake. Everyone bring a dish. It'd be fun!
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One of my favourite Italian eating-out-in dishes is an improvised, easy Scallopine al Limone (veal escalopes in lemon) served with a creamy saffron risotto and fresh green salad.

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Buon appetito!
How do you handle the saffron, Crumbs? I just bought a packet and am trying to get tips on using it in rice, etc.


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(snipped) ... In Josefstrasse (for example)- there's a lebanese place that always has the freshest, most eclectic array of vegetables and they're CHEAP. I can walk out with a weeks worth of vegetables for 20-something.
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The curry kit (with a few chillis, some lemongrass, galangal and kaffir lime leaves) - 1.80 Chf
That must be the cheapest curry kit in CH. Was it from that Lebanese shop in Josefstrasse? I've yet to find galangal in Zug.



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And we should have a lunch pot luck party in summer, June, somewhere by the lake. Everyone bring a dish. It'd be fun!
Come to the beautiful Cham lake park, everyone! We can have an EF Gourmet Picnic there. And I can bring Nanda her curry puffs, of which she wants to be an official taster.

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Re: Eating out in.

That was from LinHua in Bernina Platz in Zurich. They usually have discounts on Saturday (and sometimes through the week). And yeah. Cheap, and good quality

They also sell larger packs of galangal, kaffir lime leaves, lemon grass etc- which is probably good value if you use those herbs often or if you intend to make curry for more than 2 or 3 people.

The pack we bought was small, just enough for a couple of serves.

Oh, and I have trouble with saffron too. A chef friend of mine sent me this link- http://www.thecookinginn.com/saffrontips.html

It helped me
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Re: Eating out in.

I always have frozen chicken breasts in the freezer - buy them in "bulk" when Migros has them on offer and use them for all kinds of goodies:

- chicken breasts, sliced into thin strips
- marinate in a mixture of soy sauce*, oyster sauce*, generous amount of grated fresh ginger*, crushed garlic*, good drizzle of honey*, bit of sesame oil*, squeeze of lime juice if you want
- tip into a wok (keep some of the marinade), fry
- add mungo bean shoots, thinly sliced red pepper, spring onion, thinly sliced carrots for colour - everything should have approx. same thickness, carry on frying until veggies are just right
- sprinkle dry-roasted sesame seeds* on top
- serve with basmati rice*

* this is all stuff I always have in my larder/fridge
Everything can be bought in Migros or Coop and it's dead easy with plenty of room for experimenting
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Re: Eating out in.

All these great ideas & recipes - now how about some dessert!

This does nothing good for my waistline, but it is to good not to share

New York Blueberry Cheesecake

Ingredients

For the crumb crust
300 g digestive biscuits
150 g butter

For the filling
600 g cream cheese
2,5 dl sour cream
1 dl sugar
1 dl cornstarch
2 tb vanilla extract
3 eggs
1 dl cream
200 g white chocolate
2 dl fresh or frozen blueberries


Digestive Cracker Crumb Crust
1. Pre heat oven to 175 C
2. Crush the biscuits either in a mixer (but you can also do it by hand)
3. Melt the butter
4. Combine crumbs, melted butter and press into the bottom of a 24 cm springform pan
5. Put in the oven for ca 10 min
6. Take it out and let it cool off

Filling
1. Combine cream cheese and sour cream in a mixing bowl and beat until smooth
2. Add sugar, cornstarch and vanilla extract
3. Add eggs and beat until well blended
4. Melt the chocolate slowly over low heat. Important: It can become lumpy or grainy if overheated!
5. Add the chocolate and beat until well blended
6. Pour the filling into the springform pan
7. Put the blueberries on top (dont mix with the filling)
8. Bake in the middle of the oven for ca 40 min. Cover with aluminum foil once it has become golden brown
to avoid it burning.
9. Turn off the oven after 40 min, but leave the cake in for an additional 30 min.

It gets really good if you keep it in the fridge over night.

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One of my favorite celebrity chefs would have to be Rachel Ray.

She has lots of recipes that help me come up with fresh, new and interesting ideas for dinner, day after day.

Check her out for 'Eating Out in' recipes.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/30-minute-meals/index.html

Or

http://www.rachaelray.com/

Happy Cooking!
My favorites for quick cooking are Pierre Franey's two books, The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet and The New York Times More 60-Minute Gourmet. There is an excellent review of these books on amazon.com: Great Intro to Easier French Recipes. No shortcuts here!.

The book is aimed at busy people entertaining, but is also suitable for daily use by people who have some spare time (say a childless couple where both cook). Bad for your weight, though
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