59 you again Recipes

  • Potatoes Again
    leftover cooked potatoes and
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    leftover cooked potatoes, chopped sweet pepper (any colour), chopped onion, smashed garlic cloves, chopped pimiento (optional) or 1/4 cup chopped black olives (optional), bottled salad dressing, your choice , we like greek with feta, crumbled feta cheese (match the cheese to whatever type of salad dressing you use, like french dressing with shredded ch)
    12 min, 7 ingredients
  • My First Pastry Booth
    i only have a small area in a supermarket but things are ... and
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    i only have a small area in a supermarket but things are just fine and i am planning to open a big pastry shop in a month...just wanted to share that moment with you all...you have supported me all the time and i really wish that you would all be with me here in the oppening., thank you again .
    20 min, 2 ingredients
  • Reductions - Proving That Less Is More
    any liquid can be reduced just by heating it - but why wo... and
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    any liquid can be reduced just by heating it - but why would you want to do that, answer comes back to two of our old friends, flavor and consistency (texture)., by reducing any flavored liquid you intensify its flavor and at the same time thicken it. you can continue this process until what you have left is a syrup if it contains sugar, or a sauce if it does not., this is 1 of the most important tools in the kitchen , believe it or not, because a great sauce can rescue an indifferent meal., literally any liquid can be reduced ., a few uses, wine is frequently used in cooking , both as a marinade and as an addition to sauces for meat., there are some problems with it though, 1 of which is that you need a really good wine and quite a lot of it to produce a reasonable sauce for, say, six people., on the other hand , if you use pure grape juice and reduce it to a syrup, that syrup, added to any sauce (or gravy if you prefer) will lift it into the realms of gourmet ., more , you don tsp have to make your reduction on the night you prepare your meal. you can reduce a liter of grape juice at any time to the consistency and flavor you want; then just store it in the fridge., you can do the same thing with any fruit juice - prune is sensational - and store it until needed. just about all of them will do things for ice cream, pies or tarts that will have your guests demanding the recipe, pork with apple sauce use a carton of fresh apple juice from the supermarket and reduce it. and if you want a real sensation add in a glass of apple brandy during the reduction process., are you getting an idea of how simple this is, take any carton of fresh stock straight of the shelf and reduce it. you will transform it into something even the manufacturer won tsp recognize. but beware, you need to start out with good quality in the first place, because when you reduce a liquid you intensify all the flavors, and not just the good ones., if it s salty to start with, for example, it will be salty beyond belief by the time you ve reduced it even by half. so if you are going to use a supermarket stock, make sure it s an extremely good 1., believe me when i tell you that stock cubes should not be used for reduction sauces., thickeners, because you will be tasting as you go (won tsp you ), you may find that you get the flavor you want before the desired consistency is reached., a couple of hints right now for your sauces., sweet ones can be thickened successfully without loss of color by adding in liquid glucose early on in the reduction process. surprisingly, this will add little in the way of sweetness and produces a beautiful velvety sauce when whisked., if you get it wrong and add too much, no problem. stir in a little extra water to thin it., reduction pans, reductions need to happen rapidly in serving to preserve flavors. and the greater the surface area of the liquid the faster the water will evaporate., however you may want to whisk something into the sauce while its cooking - such as butter or olive oil for example - and for that i find a small wok is best; 1 with a handle., a wok is less likely to reduce so fast that the sauce is burnt while your back is turned. but try both methods and see which you prefer. you may even end up using something totally different., no magic to this. whatever works for you, that s what you should use, in this and everything else to do with cooking., just bear in mind that what you re after is speed and ease of use. as well as a great tasting result, of course. :>), keeping, if they should dry out , simply add a little water and heat through., sauces containing meat juices of any kind must be frozen if you re going to keep them, and should be brought to boiling point before being used again. there is no need to thaw them out to do this, in fact it s better not to. simply drop the frozen cubes into a saucepan, melt them over a gentle heat, and then bring swiftly to the boil., why do you do this to avoid food poisoning, that s why. you are making sure that any bugs introduced into the sauce during the preparation process are killed off., worry , this will not be because of anything you have done wrong (i hope!), but because bacteria are part of our everyday lives and they exist in every kitchen, however clean., in fact your food , and especially your meat, is crawling with wildlife that you will never see. don tsp worry about them. careful handling and simple precautions will ensure that these miniature monsters can never multiply enough to harm either you or your guests.
    38 ingredients
  • Make Your Own Sourdough Starter
    make and maintain your own sourdough starter and
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    make and maintain your own sourdough starter, need a volume of at least 1 and 1/3 cups., there are several ingredient combinations for making wild, yeast sourdough, is to grate a raw potato. then add enough water to cover, enough flour to make a thin batter of about a cup and a, third in volume ., method is to use water that you ve boiled potatoes, in instead of the grated potato and water combination., you can also use flour , sugar and water. use 1 cup of, flour , a tbsp of sugar and enough water to make a, pancake consistency batter ., yet another is to simply mix together equal amounts of water, flour (whole wheat is best for this)., anything that provides food for the yeast and a good growing, environment will work. yeast needs sugar or carbohydrates, which it converts to sugar), and clear liquid., make your choice based on what you have handy and just because, what you d like to try. don tsp worry about whether or, not 1 set of ingredients will work better than another, because the chances are that they will all be equally, efficient in attracting wild (sour) yeast. there is no exact, recipe because there are so many other variables in each house, that will invite or dissuade wild yeasts from entering the, mixture. if at first you don tsp succeed, try, try again . the, most important thing is the method ., when you have decided on the ingredients you want , put them in, a glass container that will hold at least three times the, volume of the ingredients. mix lightly with a wooden or, plastic spoon as some metals will react to it. the working of, starter will mix itself ., leave the mixture undisturbed and loosely covered with a cloth, perforated plastic (to allow gases to escape) at warm room, temperature until it begins to froth or work and expand., this is a sign that wild yeasts have made themselves at home, what you re after. the new starter will rise up in, then fall again. when it has , it s ready for, use. (note: it will smell sour !), when you use it , always leave some in the container and add, flour and water back to equal what you ve taken out. most, recipes call for a cup of starter, so replace it with a half, flour and a half-cup of water and set it in a warm, place to work again ., you will probably see a liquid covering the top at 1 time or, this is called hooch , and it s exactly what it, sounds like , but don tsp drink it! actually, it s harmless, so, stir it back into the starter if the starter is thick, or if, either way ., keep sourdough in the refrigerator unless you use it at least, every third day. if you use it that often , you can leave it on, counter or any place where it s safe. if you can tsp, refrigerate it , you can keep it fresh by throwing out a cup of, it every second or third day and then replenish with flour and, water. wait until it works again before counting days ., a properly cared for starter can live indefinitely, but if you, leave it out without using it for too long, the yeast can, literally suffocate in its own waste products. if the starter, looks off color (grayish is normal) or turns pink, toss it and, start fresh ., what can you make with sourdough besides the traditional, bread , you can make biscuits, pancakes, pretzels, bagels, muffins , cornbread and even cookies! once you re comfortable, using it , you can experiment with your favorite yeast or, baking powder recipes. simply put , you substitute sourdough
    67 ingredients
  • Greek Shrimp With Feta
    raw shrimp, peeled and deveined (i usually remove the tai... and
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    raw shrimp, peeled and deveined (i usually remove the tails too, for easy eating), lemon juice (or juice from 1 lemon), butter, garlic cloves, minced (we love garlic, you can use less if you want), green onion, chopped, tomato, chopped, fresh oregano, chopped (again , you can use less if you want, or 1 tsp of dried), salt and pepper, to taste, feta cheese, sherry wine
    20 min, 10 ingredients
  • Wendy's Frosty
    vanilla ice cream , you decide how much. i prefer blue be... and
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    vanilla ice cream , you decide how much. i prefer blue bell homemade vanilla, powdered instant chocolate drink mix , i use ovaltine. again, how much you use is up to you. just put in how much you would use with milk
    3 min, 2 ingredients
  • Pecan Roll Monkey Bread
    proof, active dry yeast, warm water (100-110 degrees ) and
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    proof, active dry yeast, warm water (100-110 degrees ), warm; add, whole milk, buttermilk, sugar, unsalted butter, room temperature, all-purpose flour, divided, kosher salt...okay i am on a kosher kick. regular salt is fine ., soften and blend, unsalted butter, room temperature, sugar, cinnamon, toast and chop, pecans; divided, combine ; add, brown sugar, heavy cream, pure maple sytrup, bourbon, kosher salt (i know, again with the - you can use regular salt), remaining pecans
    1 hour , 26 ingredients
  • Slow Cooker Apricot Chicken
    skinless chicken pieces (if using chicken breasts, i cut ... and
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    skinless chicken pieces (if using chicken breasts, i cut them in half), sugar-free apricot jam (of course you can use regular apricot jam), fat-free french dressing (again , you can use regular french dressing), dry onion soup mix, cornstarch, chicken broth
    3 hour 15 min, 6 ingredients
  • Homemade Corn Tortillas
    masa flour (loose packed), salt, water and
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    masa flour (loose packed), salt, water, tip... you can add some chopped cilantro and a bit of lime juice to the dough for an even better flavor, in a bowl mix ingredients until the dough comes together about 2 minutes ., if the dough feels dry add a tbsp of water at a time. you want to knead it a bit... for a minute or so. it will be the consistency of sandy play dough., divide dough into 16 parts. cover with a damp towel. if you have a tortilla press, line it with 2 sheets of plastic wrap. place each ball between the plastic wrap and press until tortilla measures about 5 to 6 in in diameter. peel plastic wrap carefully. if it tears just press together again to seal. if you are careful, it just peels off., if you don tsp have a tortilla press do what i do and roll the balls between 2 sheets of plastic wrap using a rolling pin., preheat a skillet on medium -high. you may want to heat 2 skillets if you can work quickly like i did to speed the process up a bit. cook tortillas 1 a at a time for 50 seconds or so ., turn on second side and cook for an additional 50 secs or so., cover tortillas...i usually cover with plastic wrap so that the heat steams them up a bit and they do not dry out. use in your favorite dish...enchiladas tacos, etc.
    1 min, 12 ingredients
  • Wurst
    now this can get a little hare-y...cuz you will be needin... and
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    now this can get a little hare-y...cuz you will be needing for the weight of the rabbit liver,the same weight of fresh pork meat.being sure that the pork meat has some fat on it...grind the two together...and mix it up., note:may use duck ,goose,deer,squirrel,pheasant,moose...what ever your hunting., in 1 gallon of water add 1/6 oz... tender quick ...you may want a dab more ., add 2 tbsp salt ., place the meat in this ,break up into small meaty pieces., leave this in the water ,for 1 day,no longer,you don tsp want it to drown., give it mercy ,and ressurrect it from it s watery grave., get fresh...ground black pepper ,and salt., add 1 tsp liquid smoke to every two lb of meat., you may add whatever pleases you on the spices,such as,garlic ,onion powder,ect., place in baking pan ,and bake at 325 degrees for about 4 hours., let it cool off ., liverwurst is actually ready to eat now...however,if you wish not to eat it right away., grind it up again ,place just enough fat to it to make it hold together well., form into rolls...wrap up ...and place in cooler...bring out later... and enjoy.
    12 min, 15 ingredients
  • Stuffed Shells W/ Spinach and Sausage if You Hate Ricotta Cheese Stuffed Shells W/ Spinach and Sausage if You Hate Ricotta Cheese
    cottage cheese and
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    cottage cheese, italian sweet sausage or 1 lb italian hot sausage, whichever you prefer, olive oil, yellow onion, diced , you determine the size, based on how much you like onion, i used 1 very large one, garlic cloves, chopped. again , use your own criteria to taste, baby spinach, pasta sauce, jumbo pasta shells, parmesan cheese, fresh grated
    1 hour 10 min, 10 ingredients
  • You Will Never Eat Regular Tacos Again Aka Pork Ta... You Will Never Eat Regular Tacos Again Aka Pork Ta...
    taco seasonings or chicken taco seasoning, olive oil and
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    taco seasonings or chicken taco seasoning, olive oil, cracked black pepper to taste, pork tenderloin, (diced into small bite size pieces), pico de gallo, ripe tomatoes, diced and seeded, white onion, diced, red onion, diced, fresh cilantro, chopped, jalapeno, seeded and chopped, garlic, minced, cracked black pepper, salt, juice of 1 lime, fixings, corn tortillas, fresh guacamole (if desired), shredded mexican blend cheese, shredded lettuce, sour cream, lime wedges (allow at least 1/2 per serving)
    21 ingredients
  • Sarasota's Healthier Deviled Eggs W/Ham and Capers Sarasota's Healthier Deviled Eggs W/Ham and Capers
    extra large eggs (make sure to use ex large, 4 yolks are ... and
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    extra large eggs (make sure to use ex large, 4 yolks are required for this recipe), ham, diced fine (i use a good slice of quality baked ham from the deli), scallion, chopped fine (white and green parts ), celery, very fine chopped (i use a tablespoon, use what you want), capers, fine chopped (again , you can use a bit more if you like), mayonnaise (again , if you like it creamier, use a bit more, i add a tablespoon), dijon mustard (yellow mustard does not work for this), fresh parsley, fine chopped, fresh thyme, fine chopped, salt , i personally don tsp add any, but if you want (go easy as the capers and ham are y), pepper, whole wheat bread (white bread will also work), parmesan cheese, fine grated (not shredded ), paprika (optional)
    40 min, 15 ingredients
  • Red Curry Broth Red Curry Broth
    carrot , cut into matchsticks and
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    carrot , cut into matchsticks, spring onions, sliced, white and green parts separated (scallions), firm tofu, cut into small cubes (you could substitute with an equal quantity of cooked pulses), cooked brown rice (you can adjust this according to your preferences or even substitute noodles or other grains), oil, water (broth, again you adjust for your desired consistency) or 1 cup vegetable stock (broth, again you adjust for your desired consistency), thai red curry paste (or to taste), soy sauce (or to taste), sweet chili sauce (or to taste) (optional), salt, pepper
    25 min, 11 ingredients
  • Muhamarra Dip Spread Marinade Muhamarra Dip Spread Marinade
    you will need and
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    you will need, roasted bell peppers( you can use jarred, if you like ), toasted walnuts ( i used a combination of pecans and walnuts... that s what i had), cumin (you can add more if you like), paprika ( or smoked ...or tomato paste), chipotle powder (or a sprinkle of chile flakes), garlic cloves, balsamic vinegar ( or pomegranate molasses, if you can find it), kosher salt to taste, olive oil ( +/-), sugar/honey, toasted whole grain bread crumbs( optional...i didn tsp use ), warm water to thin it out, place all the ingredients in a blender/food processor....except the warm water ., blend/process until fine. add more olive oil , if you like. this thins it out a bit and adds flavor as well. you can also thin out the dip by adding some warm water. blend/process again. taste and adjust seasoning. you can add more spice, seasoning or acidity according your taste. i chose not to use the bread crumbs, but the original recipe usually adds it. so feel free to do so. serve with pita chips, vegetables or even use it as a marinade for grilled meats.
    16 ingredients
  • Sarasota's Spaghetti Sauce Sarasota's Spaghetti Sauce
    diced tomatoes (san marzano or any good quality italian t... and
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    diced tomatoes (san marzano or any good quality italian tomato, or if you can tsp find any, hunts or a similar brand w), tomato sauce, tomato paste, red wine (cabernet or merlot works great), vegetable broth (or you can use water), onion, fine diced (if you want more onion flavor, just use a large onion), garlic (again , add more or less according to your taste, i use 3 teaspoons), dried basil, dried oregano, fresh parsley (fresh please, it really makes a difference), sugar, red pepper flakes, red wine vinegar (at the end of cooking), olive oil (to saute onion and garlic), salt, pepper, fresh basil, fine chopped, ground meat (beef, turkey, chicken, sausage or any combination, you can also use diced pork sausage as well. if y), vegetables, fine diced (celery, peppers, red or green bell, spicy such as jalapeno, cubenelle, banana, etc. any of your favo), fresh mushrooms , rough chopped (you will use more mushrooms than the other vegetables because they cook down more)
    1 hour 15 min, 20 ingredients
  • Minced Chicken Patties Minced Chicken Patties
    ground chicken, egg, beaten, salt and pepper, breadcrumbs and
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    ground chicken, egg, beaten, salt and pepper, breadcrumbs, bacon, fried & crumbled, instant minced garlic or 2 cloves fresh garlic, minced, instant minced onion or 3 tbsp fresh onions, minced, mushrooms, minced, ketchup, worcestershire sauce, barbecue sauce (your choice ), hot sauce (i like peri peri but again your choice and use as much or as little as you like), lite olive oil
    25 min, 13 ingredients
  • Chocolate Chulent Chocolate Chulent
    pareve chocolate cake mix , i prefer duncan hines dark ch... and
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    pareve chocolate cake mix , i prefer duncan hines dark chocolate fudge or 1 (18 oz) package brownies, mix. gefen manischewitz, etc. are fine, too, pareve instant chocolate pudding mix , i prefer jello brand, but, again, you can use 1 of the heimische brands if you like, eggs, water or 1 cup pareve soymilk or 1 cup pareve rice milk, pareve sour cream , tofutti brand is the only 1 i m aware of, vegetable oil, chocolate bars, ideally 70% cacao bittersweet like scharffen berger, broken into tiny pieces. or 1 cup pareve semi-sweet chips, vanilla or 1 tsp other extract, if desired, cocoa powder, more if desired, makes the result more intensely chocolate and cuts the icky sweetness
    4 hour 20 min, 9 ingredients

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