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    You are beautiful @Sol .


    Also not a recipe but I’ve been adding potato starch into my eggs recently. I add a bit of hot water and whisk it in with a bit of salt. It draws out my eggs, adds a yummy chewy, crepe-like texture, and is good with cheese. I like to sprinkle dried basil on top if I add cheese. Also a super convenient way of getting carbs/starch into my meal. Gluten free too obviously if you care. Basically it makes normal eggs into a full satisfying meal and improves cost efficiency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbbds View Post
    You are beautiful Sol
    It's surprising to get this after a cooking recipe. You are beautiful too.

    > Also not a recipe but I’ve been adding potato starch into my eggs recently. I add a bit of hot water and whisk it in with a bit of salt. It draws out my eggs, adds a yummy chewy, crepe-like texture, and is good with cheese.

    Instead of a water mb tried kefir/yogurt (1 table spoon per egg) or 1 table spoon of sour cream per 2-4 eggs. Instead of potato starch mb used a flour (~0.5 tea spoon per egg). The components are near home temperature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol View Post
    It's surprising to get this after a cooking recipe. You are beautiful too.

    > Also not a recipe but I’ve been adding potato starch into my eggs recently. I add a bit of hot water and whisk it in with a bit of salt. It draws out my eggs, adds a yummy chewy, crepe-like texture, and is good with cheese.

    Instead of a water mb tried kefir/yogurt (1 table spoon per egg) or 1 table spoon of sour cream per 2-4 eggs. Instead of potato starch mb used a flour (~0.5 tea spoon per egg). The components are near home temperature.
    I’ve added a dash of milk/cream to eggs before but idk how I feel about sour dairy plus eggs >_>

    Flour wouldn’t make it chewy like potato starch.

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    One of my favorite recipes...



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    "Trubochki" (waffle rolls) with butter cream



    Dough:
    flour - 150 g
    milk butter - 150 g
    eggs - 4 pcs
    sugar - 150 g
    potato starch - 50 g
    water or milk - 100 g

    Cream:
    condensed milk/cream (with sugar) - 1 can (360-380 g)
    milk butter - 250 g

    The butter should be soften. Then mix it and beat up with the sugar by a mixer. Then add the egg yolks one by one, meanwhile adding the starch, the flour and the water. Egg whites beat up by the mixer in a strong foam and then add to the dough, gently stirring by the mixer. Bake waffles immediately.
    Before making waffles a waffle iron should be warmed for ~15 min. Place a little of butter on the cooking surface and spread it. The 1st waffle is made until dark brown color to prepare the surface. Place a tea spoon of the dough to a center of the waffle iron and press by its cover on ~75 seconds (until light-brown color). Remove the waffle by a knife and quickly fold it into a cone form.
    The cream is made by mixing of the soften butter and the condensed milk by a mixer for ~30 min. To this time waffles are cooled.
    Fill the waffle cones by the cream. Then place the prepeared rolles into a fridge for a couple of hours.

    The quantity of waffles is >30 pcs.


    Cookies "Oreshki" ("Nutys")



    Dough:
    flour - 350 g
    milk butter - 250 g
    sour cream or cream (30-35%) - 100 g
    sugar - 100 g
    soda - 1/2 tea spoon [on the soda pour lemon juice or vinegar to the top of the spoon]

    Cream:
    condensed milk/cream (with sugar) - 1 can (360-380 g)
    milk butter - 140 g
    walnuts - 50 g
    almond nuts - 50 g

    Boil a can of condensed milk for 2-3 hours in a saucepan, with pouring a water every hour so that the water completely covered the can. Also you may buy a ready-made boiled condensed milk.
    Fry the nuts, with stirring them for 5-10 minutes on a frying pan and then crush them to small pieces.
    You can soften a butter from a freezer by rubbing it on the grater and leaving it at room temperature for 2 hours.

    Make the dough, mixing by the hands the flour, softened butter, sour cream, sugar, soda (hydrated by an acid).
    Place a little of the butter on the nuts cookies form and heat it. Make a party of 2-2.5 cm balls of the dough. Place the balls in the form, close it and place on a stove with a middle fire, keep pressing the form's parts while baking. Keep the form on the fire by the pits side for 2-2.5 mins and on other side for 1.5 mins.
    At ready-made cookies' parts break off the redundant edges.

    Make the cream by mixing the cooled condensed milk with softened butter, and at the end mix with the nuts.
    Fill the nuts' shells with the cream and join them. The ready-made cookies put in the fridge for 4 hours.

    Note: It's very important to use high quality condensed milk and butter in the cream of these recipes. Condensed milk made in Russia and near climate is better when produced from May to August. Among the best Russian butter is "Vologodskoye" 82,5%.
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    yoghurt
    ground cardemom, clove
    berries, fresh or dried
    banana
    some nuts

    mix yoghurt with sliced banana and nuts,
    add cardemom, clove and berries
    Enjoy!

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    how to make a tuna toast: take 2 slices of bread, open a tuna can, put the tuna on one slice of bread and cover with the other slice. (variation: add salad)

    bon apetit!

    ps, i can give you lasagne recipe if you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ooo View Post
    how to make a tuna toast: take 2 slices of bread, open a tuna can, put the tuna on one slice of bread and cover with the other slice. (variation: add salad)
    as variations:
    - to put the tuna by different sides
    - to cut the slices of different forms, shapes and thickness
    - to put the tuna between slices of the bread without a can

    such you'd get the menu for whole day
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    Default cookie recipe i got from the g-ma

    i made this cookie recipe today and theyre very good. basically its a regular shortbread cookie recipe w/ grape nuts (granola) added in (tho you could substitute w/ nuts, macadamia sounds rly good imo)

    300° F, 20-23 min.

    Single recipe (~2 1/2 dozen):
    1 c softened butter
    1 c sugar
    1 tsp apple cider vinegar
    1 tsp baking soda
    1 1/2 c all-purpose flour
    1/2 c grape nuts

    1. Cream butter + sugar w/ stand mixer (9-10 min.)
    2. Add vinegar - mix - then add baking soda + flour
    3. Stir in grape nuts
    4. Roll dough into walnut-size balls
    5. Flatten slightly on parchment paper

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    @hag
    your cookies need a name and a picture would be nice
    have added a popular in Russia cookies' recipe
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    Vegetarian Burger (own recipe)



    Ingredients: (For one burger)
    1/2 Smoked Tofu
    Whole Wheat Bun
    Garlic
    Onion
    White Yogurt
    Ketchup
    Soy Sauce
    Black paper
    Salt
    Arugula
    Tomato
    Pickled Cucumber
    1 Batata
    Thyme
    Garlic Baking Spice
    Olive Oil


    How to make the batata:

    • Preheat the oven to 200 °C/390 °F
    • Clean and peel the batata
    • Cut it on thin slices
    • Spread some olive oil on a baking sheet
    • Place the batata on the baking sheet and add a garlic baking spice and thyme
    • Bake it in the oven for approximately 15 minutes, or until it turns crispy



    How to make the burger:

    • Place the tofu into a closable container, and drip few drops of soy sauce on it from each side. Add black paper, 1 squeezed garlic clove and 1/2 of finely chopped onion. Close the container and place it into a fridge for at least 1 hour. If you let it in there for longer time, it will better soak in the sauce and the spice.

      2. Place the marinaded tofu on a heated pan with olive oil, roast it with the onion and the garlic from each side for approximately 5-10 minutes

      3. When the tofu's ready it's time to roast the bun, cut it on half and place the halves on the same pan, add more olive oil if necessary and roast it from each side until it turns browner and crispy.

      4. Now it's time to make the dressing! Empty the whole packing of yogurt into a bowl, add 3-5 cloves of garlic (I add more, but I like garlic too much. It depends on your preferences how much garlic you want to use.), add black paper and salt.

      5. Spread the yogurt dressing on the bun, add ketchup, 1 pickled cucumber cut on 2 halves, 2 slices of tomato, roasted onion and arugula, finally place the tofu on the bun and enjoy!
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    Yay, found it. The thread, i mean.

    I made a new dish the other night but I probably won't again because it involved a lot of chopping and idk how it tasted because I used too much green Tabasco and it took over. But here it is. https://sweetpeasandsaffron.com/chil...otato-skillet/

    Btw, do u guys roast squash? I just had some roasted squash with lunch and it tastes good and I can feel good about it cuz it's a veggie. I don't use any oil. Not a recipe, exactly, but it has my enthusiastic endorsement.

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    I microwave squash. I just cut it in half or in the biggest hunks that will fit and put it in a Corningware dish with a couple tablespoons of water and cover it with a glass lid and microwave on high until it tests with a fork as being done.
    This works with Spaghetti squash, butternut, and acorn squash.

    It turns out fine, and if I wanted to roast it afterwards, I'd spread butter and brown sugar over it and place it under a broiler until it browned.

    I'd microwave it first, though, to make sure it was cooked all the way through.

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    I thought this salad was so-so and helped by dressing but my boyfriend said he wouldn't pollute it with dressing and could eat it everyday the rest of his life.

    Notes! I couldn't find gnocchi, so I substituted penne made with whole wheat and vegetable powder, a little over half a box or so. I also used 12 ounces of chicken sausage (love me some meat) with cheese in it. And white wine vinegar instead of red cuz that's what I had, and whatever, it's all the same.. right?

    1 large shallot, finely sliced
    2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
    1 package gnocchi
    2 tablespoons olive oil, divided
    8 ounces chicken sausage, preferably sweet or spicy Italian flavored, sliced
    1 16-ounce bottle roasted red peppers, drained and sliced
    5 ounces arugula


    Soak the shallot in the vinegar
    Cook the pasta then brown it in half the oil
    Brown the precooked sausage in half the oil
    Mix all the things


    Here:
    https://www.rachaelhartleynutrition....-gnocchi-salad

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    TV dinner recipe:

    1. buy
    2. open package
    3. put in microwave for idk a few minutes
    4. enjoy!

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    Typical Dinner Recipe:

    1. Wander around until you see a nice restaurant.
    2. Go in, sit down, look at menu, ask waiter what they recommend.
    3. Order food.
    4. Enjoy.

    -with a tip o' the hat to @Armalite

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    Typical Dinner Recipe:

    1. Wander around until you see a nice restaurant.
    2. Go in, sit down, look at menu, ask waiter what they recommend.
    3. Order food.
    4. Enjoy.

    -with a tip o' the hat to @Armalite
    Wow, can't believe I never thought of that. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armalite View Post
    Wow, can't believe I never thought of that. Thank you!
    Lol. It becomes a near-necessity when your time is worth more than the meal costs, either to buy the meal or to prepare it yourself.

    Besides, I'm not a great cook. Why not leave the complex stuff to the professionals?

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    smoothie6.jpg

    This is a Smoothie I invented. It's called Solar Melanchola.

    Ingredients:

    - Frozen Raspberries
    - Raspberry jam
    - Peanut Butter
    - Half an Apple (optional)
    - Pineapple Juice

    Put in the blender for about a minute. And that's it, baby.
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