Recipes??

Girl82
#1
I'd like to start cooking more and was just wondering if anyone had good recipes. I don't eat much meat and I enjoy spicy food.

Yay for recipes!!! I have a good recipe for hashbrown casserole if anyone is interested.
 
peapod
#2
Hey girly lets hang out here for awhile :P Have you been to the gateway to india restaurant in nanaimo?
 
Girl82
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by peapod

Hey girly lets hang out here for awhile :P Have you been to the gateway to india restaurant in nanaimo?

I was just talking about this restaurant, I haven't been there ....I love exotic food though. Have you been there?
 
peapod
#4
oh ya...I love east indian food. I like curry for breakfast :P They also have a store next to the restaurant. You can buy all sorts of spices, and east indian products. Its not best I have ever had tho. There is a good one in victoria called the taj mahal, very indian. the outside even looks like the taj mahal every other one I have been to sucked.

So what is your favorite indian dish?
 
Girl82
#5
I love SAMOSA's yum yum. I'm not terrible familiar with Indian food. I really love Mexican.
 
I think not
#6
Here's a healthy snack for all you sweet tooth people out there.

Yogurt (not diet yogurt), real yogurt mixed with honey and if you want some crunch to it, add a couple of walnuts. Yum!
 
Cosmo
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

Here's a healthy snack for all you sweet tooth people out there.

Yogurt (not diet yogurt), real yogurt mixed with honey and if you want some crunch to it, add a couple of walnuts. Yum!

Yummy! Will substitute pecans, but sounds like a guilt free kind of snack. I'm a huge fan of the 8% yogurt ... thankfully my cholesterol is 142 so I get to indulge

And with yogurt ... when making muffins (especially if you use the package mix stuff), add yogurt to the mix for even better muffins. I like to use flavoured yogurt with fruit chunks. Gotta remember to adjust liquid to compensate, though.
 
manda
#8
Granola would be good in the mix.

Spicy huh? try my taco plate smothered in homeade Salsa!!!
 
Cosmo
#9
Manda ... need that homemade salsa recipe!!!
 
Jay
#10
http://www.sauerkrautrecipes.com/recipe21000.shtml

This might be a healthy snack.....maybe not.

Roadkill Stew
Servings: 17


2 lbs sauerkraut
4 cups beef broth
****load of beans if ya got em
3 big-*** onions
1 head garlic
6 pack of gud beer [schlitz,meisterbrau etc.]
bunch of dead critters [squirrel,possum,skunk,deer,cat,muskrat,dog]


debone the dead muther-humpers and boil in a big kettle

chug 2 of the beers

add the rest of the stuff

cook it

three mo' beers

keep kookin dummy

drink sum more

wut r you staring at...#$&*!!*?*@!!
 
manda
#11
There's not really a recipe- 2 cans of diced plum tomatoes, 1 smal can of Tomato paste, 2 large peppers, yellow or orange are the nicest, 2 large Jalapenos seeds in for HOT, seeds of 1 for med, no seeds for mild...2 handfuls of onions(I have small hands) some celery, cayenne pepper and paprika to taste, add water if you don't like thick. toss all into a pot, bring to a boil, and then simmer on low for about 3 hours, stirring occasionally. It makes about 6 cheese whiz jars full
 
manda
#12
Oh and 3 lg cloves of garlic...minced, and for those who dont cook, don't forget to chop the peppers onions and celery
 
Cosmo
#13
Awesome site, Jay!! Gotta post this one from there:

Krauted Chicken Parmesan

2 pounds chicken cutlets
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup bread crumbs
1 14 oz can sauerkraut
1 15 oz Tomato sauce
Oil
teaspoon each oregano, sage, thyme and basil
1 cups mozzarella cheese
cup grated parmesan cheese

1. Pound chick until thin. Combine herbs and bread crumbs.
2. Dip chicken into eggs then into breadcrumbs.
3. Bake in 400-degree oven until done.
4. Pour sauce on top of chicken then cover with sauerkraut.
5. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and bake until heated in a 350-degree oven.
6. Top with Mozzarella and bake about 5 more minutes or until cheese is melted.
 
Cosmo
#14
Thanks Manda!

I also need one that isn't cooked ... fresh one with lots of cilantro and garlic. yumm
 
manda
#15
I have a really good one for Picco de gallo at home that calls for a ton of Cilantro...yummy...I have a really yummy bruchetta one too, but I can't remember them off the top of my head
 
Jay
#16
http://www.gamebirdhunts.com/wild-ga...irrel-stew.asp


Squirrel Stew

Recipe Coments: Severed with biscuit for a hardy meal.

Recipe Instructions: Wash dressed squirrel thoroughly and dice into bite size peices. Combine vinegar, onion, salt, and pepper in deep container. Add squirrel and enough water to cover. Let stand 3 hours.

Remove squirrel and place in a roasting pan, brown in 375F oven. Add seasoned salt, celery leaves, carrots, and potatoes. Again cover with water. Cover pan and continue cooking until tender.


Ingredients:

2 squirrels

1 cup vinegar

1 onion, diced

3/4 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon pepper

1 1/2 season salt

leaves from 3 stalks celery

4 carrots, diced

4-12 red potatoes (depending on size)



Poster comment: You can't buy squirrel in the grocery store, but you can buy peanuts....
 
hermanntrude
#18
i reccomend all the mollie katzen books (moosewood particularly) and the wagamama cookbook.

Most of these recipes can be found online but i wouldn't suggest you break copyright laws.
 
RomSpaceKnight
#19
Quick fast spicy rice

1/2 cup of 5 minute converted rice
1/2 cup of veggie stock
1/4 cup raisins or currants
1/2 tsp of curry powder
s&p to taste

2.5 minutes in nuker on high
add 1 tbsp of low fat margarine
stir in
let sit for 2.5 minutes

It's quick it's fast and it's hot. Turn up curry powder or pepper if you like spicier.
 
AllyB
#20
Thanks for all the great recipes everyone! I found a really nice site that has healthy and delicious recipes that I've been using recently and been recommending to friends.

http://www.healthychoicerecipes.com

hope you enjoy
 

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