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Flatline82 02.03.2014 19:28

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Hello.

It is not a big deal mayby, but I like Boletus edulis mushrooms very much.
I ve decided to make a soup today (mushrooms + potatoes + carrots + a little bit of bunch of mixed vegetables + a piece of meat + parsley (dried top leaves) + pinch of spices + cream). We have to soak mushrooms before boiling.
I've made about 3 litres of this soup and I wanted to leave a half for tommorow. No way, I ve eaten all today :(

checkoutmails 03.03.2014 17:58

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Palak Paneer. Indian fresh cheese soaked in creamy spinach gravey.

checkoutmails 05.03.2014 15:58

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Eggless Jam Biscuits

Choco vanilla pinwheel cookies

Stained glass cookies.

danielaraischi 06.03.2014 21:23

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1. mix of cheese balls rolled in chia seeds and sesame seeds
2. salad leaves filled with tuna and mayonnaise
3. crunchy bread with guacamole and smoked salmon

GummyMishka 06.03.2014 21:31

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Can I grab the recipe for these? Looks delish!

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Originally Posted by I-Lin (Post 2090724)
Loaded M&M Oreo Cookie Bars


danielaraischi 06.03.2014 21:32

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1. raw-vegan cakes
2. vegetable marrow filled with roasted onion+carrots+mushrooms ->then all baked

Ttamasle 13.03.2014 14:34

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A tutorial of sorts; Crispy Chicken in Orange and Black Bean Sauce.

Cube chicken to bit size pieces and place in a slurry of 1 part flour, 1 part corn start, and enough soy sauce to make a thick batter. Place chicken in slurry and and let is stand five minutes or so.

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l1...309_201940.jpg

Place chicken in hot oil and soft fry...Do this in small batches till all of the chicken is soft fried (this is to fix the batter to the chicken and prevent sticking).

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l1...309_203115.jpg

Once the chicken is soft fried...place all of the chicken back into the oil and then deep fry. Its ok to taste test as you go. 5-10 minutes fry time.
If it looks like the picture below: its ready!

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l1...309_204222.jpg

While all of that awesome chicken frying action is happening, it is hoped that you were busy chopping bell peppers, yellow onions and welsh onions. If you did manage to chop and stir fry that...it would be a good time to make the sauce: mix wine, orange juice, lime concentrate, a bit of water, soy sauce, black bean paste, sugar and two spoons of corn starch to the COLD mix. Place on high heat and boil...it will thicken in a few minutes. Once thick, add black pepper and red pepper flakes. When that is done...toss the sauce into the stir fry, give it a quick stir and then throw the chicken in and toss once.

Voila...a #3 lunch special. Sorry...no egg rolls.

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l1...309_204835.jpg

I-Lin 15.03.2014 11:17

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Originally Posted by checkoutmails (Post 2095953)
Would be great If you can share the recipe please.

Thanks.

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Originally Posted by DashaIvanoff (Post 2105133)
Can I grab the recipe for these? Looks delish!

Here is the recipe for the Loaded M&M Oreo Cookie Bars: http://www.jellypin.com/loaded-mm-oreo-cookie-bars/

Enjoy! :)

I-Lin 15.03.2014 11:23

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1. Beer Bacon Mac and Cheese
2. Banana Nut Muffins
3. Mushroom Asiago Chicken

greenmount 15.03.2014 14:31

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Cherries cakes. (you'd probably call them squares)
http://media.realitatea.ro/multimedi...1_71012400.jpg

cangarooo 15.03.2014 15:16

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Wedding Cake California

Bake and Fun

geminispark 22.03.2014 22:25

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Its been a while since I posted here - but a shoulder injury kept me at home this weekend and I took the time to bake a little pick-me-up and my lovely fiancee took pictures with his professional camera :msngrin:

Pistachio-Lemon cake; which I eat with a dollop of Crème fraîche!

(I drooled my way through the thread again - one of these days we should really all get together, cook and then proceed to stuff ourselves silly!)

greenmount 23.03.2014 09:40

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Waffles for breakfast!! I haven't used my waffle maker in a while, and the internet is full of nice and interesting recipes. It was a good investment, after all..:D
http://thumbs.ifood.tv/files/imageca...lk_waffles.jpg

argus 30.03.2014 01:03

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Around Valentine's I saw an online recipe for Hidden Heart but went a bit crazy with other shapes. I obsessively sliced open the cake just to see all the shapes hidden inside. My other half's Valentine turned out to be nutty as a fruitcake. :D

You can find the hidden heart cake recipe on GoodFood BBC.

The other dishes are Raisin n Cashew Nut Turmeric Rice and Rendang Lamb.

Gordana 02.04.2014 19:05

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Orange muffins :)

I-Lin 04.04.2014 00:11

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1. Duck with stir-fried noodles
2. Shrimp, snow peas, water chestnuts, mushrooms over steamed rice
3. Baked BBQ chicken wings with mac n cheese

I-Lin 06.04.2014 21:41

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1) Red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting
2) Sweet zucchini cupcakes with cream cheese frosting

Me Myself & I 10.04.2014 16:28

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My version of Larb Woonsen:

http://s13.postimg.org/yx1evsth3/photo.jpg

Punjabi Chicken Masala:
http://s27.postimg.org/7uwfuu7g3/Kuku_masala.jpg
http://s27.postimg.org/baok4e4oj/Masala_dinner.jpg

Ttamasle 10.04.2014 16:32

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Originally Posted by Me Myself & I (Post 2131137)
My version of Larb Woonsen:

http://s13.postimg.org/yx1evsth3/photo.jpg

Larb...already??? I know it was warm this weekend...but I don't think it was "Larb" warm.

LOOKS GREAT!

Me Myself & I 10.04.2014 17:11

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Originally Posted by Ttamasle (Post 2131141)
Larb...already??? I know it was warm this weekend...but I don't think it was "Larb" warm.

LOOKS GREAT!

:D thanks very much. With the amount of fresh red chillies I add to it, it's great both in cold and warm weather!

p.s. I serve it at room temperature, never cold.


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