Discussion Give me food recipes

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  1. Kuchi66

    Kuchi66 Well-Known Member

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    Like the title says, give me food recipes along with an image.
    I'll attempt to cook them. I'm hoping to see different types of food based on your culture, but you can also comment your favorite food.

    Please only posts foods that you have tried, unless it's from a webtoon/anime and you really liked it.

    If possible, I would like a how-to video, but a comment of the recipe would be good too.
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    elengee Daoist Ninefaps

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    I just watch Yakitate Japan, Toriko, Master cooking boy or Shokugeki no Soma. Closest i've ever gotten to cooking.
     
  3. Kuchi66

    Kuchi66 Well-Known Member

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    I could cook something from there and try it, lol.
     
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    Each time I get inspired by some interesting looking food, open the recipe promising easy and clear guidance and see it starting with something like "prepare 5 grams of dragon earwax"
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    PotatoZero Well-known Potato

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    Do it, I want to see
     
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    elengee Daoist Ninefaps

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    Not exactly a recipe, more in the way of my fav cooking how-to:


    I'll add Cooking Papa to that list
     
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    Amaruna Myu ugly squid dokja (●´∀`●)

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    japanese curry
    without using roux bought from supermarkets etc
    (using your own spices and all)

    Tiger puffer is fine too:blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobspearpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek::blobpeek:
     
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    isn't that just a croissant lmao
     
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    ....t-they must have washed the rice first, right? right? QAQ
     
  12. Snowbun

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    Eeeeh...just a croissant is a bit too much. I only made croissants from scratch once but they didn't even come close to this one:



    Are you by any chance a professional chef? * u*)
     
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    You've tried those? :blobfearful:

    I meant more on the cooking side, not baking or kneading dough lol. I'm not a professional chef, but I'm somewhat experienced in cooking.

    I'm not good with bread and desserts though, lol.
     
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    ;w; unfortunately I haven't tried those but the layering of that dough is impressive!!!
    I don't think I have a picture but one good croissant that comes to my mind now is from Brasserie Viron. There was a store on my way to work when I lived in Tokyo. Good stuff!

    Edit: I don't know if it's a widespread thing but it seems in the US a croissant can be anything made with puff pastry and it's a bit meh >.>; either it's flabby and greasy or hollow and tasteless...

    Edit2: >A< I'm sorry. I missed the "only post foods you've tried" part in the OP!!!
     
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    Wow, I expected there to be people sugesting wired food.

    Well, guess I will add a recepie that i can almost guarante you have not tasted (depending on where you come from).
    Have more but it should be more than enough with one.


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    • 300 g boiled peeled potato
    • 700 g raw peeled potato
    • 100 g of wheat flour
    • 150 g barley flour
    • 1 tsp salt
    • 1 tsp black pepper
    • 300 g bacon or cured pork belly
    • Meat stock

    1. Put the ham hock and lamb shoulder in a pot, cover with water, and simmer until "falling of the bone"-tender (4-6 hours to get the best results).
    2. Leave to cool in the stock before removing the meat from the pot. The stock will be used later for poaching the potato dumpling.
    3. Reheat the stock to a gently simmer.
    4. Grind the raw potatoes through a meat grinder fitted with a medium sized disc (5mm), or grate them on a grinder course side.
    5. Squeeze out some of the moisture from the potatoes.
    6. Grind or grate the boiled potatoes, and mix the with the raw.
    7. Mix in the flour in 3 turns, until you have a dough that can hold its shape without being to firm.
    8. Add salt and pepper. Check the seasoning.
    9. Use tablespoon and a cup of water, dip the spoon in the water and shape round balls approximately 5 cm thick.
    10. Lower the balls gently in the simmering stock, one at the time.
    11. Poach the dumplings for 30-40 minutes, depending on the size. Do not let the stock boil, or you will end up with a potato soup.
    (It's also posible to cook/boil some sousage and/or pork as shown on the picture.)
    12. Serve with golden syrup,mustard and milk.
    (I like to cut out the mustard and sometimes syrup and use suggar mixed with the bacon fatt.)
    (found the recepie https://www.therecipehunters.com/raspeball-with-mats and edited it acording to what i am used to)
     
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    Kuchi66 Well-Known Member

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    Looks good, looks like I have most of the ingredients already, just need a pork belly. I'll try it when I get home.
     
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    Scottish shortbread
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    • 300g of flour
    • 200g butter at room temperature
    • 100g of sugar
    STEP 1:
    Mix all the ingredients by hand until a ball of homogeneous dough is formed.

    STEP 2:
    Refrigerate for about 15 minutes. Preheat oven to 150°C.

    STEP 3:
    Cut the cookies using one or more cookie cutters (different shapes if desired). Place on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper or silicone cooking cloth. Do not tighten them too much because they will spread a little while cooking.

    STEP 4:
    Bake the shortbread for 15 to 20 minutes. Watch for cooking, the cookies should remain blond.
     
  18. Kuchi66

    Kuchi66 Well-Known Member

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    Nice, sounds really easy to make. Looks like something I could eat with coffee in the morning.
     
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    You should! With tea or hot chocolate everything goes well with it!
     
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    I’ve only done it once on a trip, but, it was really good.
    (I just asked a friend for the recipe ヽ(・∀・)ノ)
    Tartiflette
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    • 250g of potatoes
    • 50g smoked bacon
    • 50g onion
    • 1/4 of a Reblochon cheese
    • A bit of olive oil
    • A bit of garlic
    • Salt - Pepper
    Step 1
    Peel the potatoes, dice them, rinse well and wipe in a clean cloth.

    Step 2
    Heat the oil in a skillet, melt the onions.

    Step 3
    When the onions are melted, add the potatoes and brown on all sides.

    Step 4
    When golden, add the bacon and finish cooking.

    Step 5
    On the other hand, scrape the crust of the reblochon and cut it in two (or four).

    Step 6
    Preheat the oven to 200°C and prepare a gratin dish by rubbing the bottom and edges with the peeled garlic clove.

    Step 7
    In the gratin dish, spread a layer of potatoes with the bacon, arrange half of the reblochon on top, then again with the potatoes. Finish with the rest of the reblochon (crust towards the potatoes).

    Step 8
    Bake for about 20 minutes.
     
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