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#1 powerpuff

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Posted 21 September 2005 - 11:20 PM

I didn't saw any topic about cooking recipies. All the asianfanatics members come from different places and have different food in their country. I thought let's share different recipes and cooking experience with eachother. People who got cooking problems can ask then here. I think most of the problems I can solve.
This way we can make a lot of different food from around the world.


Original Dutch apple pie

Time: 0:45 making
1:30 cooking

ingredients:

300 gram flower (wheat)
200 ml cream (whiped)
200 gram butter
160 gram sugar (white)
8 pc apple
2 teaspoon cinnamon powder
2 eggs
1 pc lemon grate
1 small bag vanilla sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt




Make a dough of the sugar, salt, flower, lemon grate, vanilla suger, buttel and one egg. You must knead it untill it becomes one still dough. Put it in a bowl. Then take a towel and make it wet. Then wring the rest of the water out of the towek place it ontop of your dough. Put it in the fridge for about 30 minutes.
Preheat the oven till 175 degrees. Butter your pie plate.
Use 3/4 of your dough to cover the bottom and the sides. Peel your apples and slice them into thin slices. some people prefere large pieces. Large and thin slices will have a diferent structure. scatter the cinnamon powder ontop of the apple slices.
Now you have to make a real thin dough of the remaining dough. cut it into strips of 2 cm wide and cover the apples with it in a cross way. Between each strip you should leave 2 cm uncovered. This way you will get a very nice motive.
Take a small brush and brush the last egg over the top of your pie.
Put it in the oven for about 75 minutes untill your prefered colour.
As a finishing touch serve it with whiped cream.

enjoy it

Edited by powerpuff, 21 September 2005 - 11:20 PM.


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Posted 03 December 2005 - 03:09 AM

Hi, been stuck in australia for a while, and i miss the food back home, singapore.

anyone knows of any good recipes to share?

i have some food in mind, that i really miss.

such as
penang fried kuay tiao,
chicken curry (the coconut milk kind)
sambal stingray
crispy butter crab...

etc etc...the list goes on and on...

thanks for sharing! clapclap

#3 sy_ong

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 08:17 AM

Hi,
I've been cooking and baking very often since last year...(had been a year!)...
i just love baking and seeing the end result of it...
being tasty and the look....just awesome...
just wondering if anyone bakes nd cooks as well..
any recipe that don mind to be shareD?

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 11:26 AM

me too! i also want to bake something. especially chinese things! but too bad, i dont have any chinese recipe....
i only got some german recipe for "meals"

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 01:29 PM

i have a chinese recipe.. i made egg tart.. here it is .. ^__^
i tried it before..it worked.. but mine got a bit burnt.. my advice is.. not to be too greedy n put too much egg mix in.. cos what happended was the top was burnt the inside still runny >_<

蛋撻recipe

外皮材料

麵粉 80 克
牛油 45 克
糖 25 克
雞蛋 15克 ( 約1/3 隻)


內餡材料

水 90克
糖 25克
雞蛋 25克
牛奶 2茶匙
Step 1:
先做外皮,把糖及牛油拌勻.

Step 2:
把麵粉篩入牛油及糖內拌勻,然後加入已預先打好的蛋液

Step 3:
用手心把以上材料搓揉,壓成粉糰狀,放入雪櫃一晚令蛋撻皮更酥化.

Step 4:
翌日從雪櫃取出粉糰,搓揉至軟順後,切成條粒狀備用

Step 5:
跟着是做蛋撻心,把雞蛋打發,然後倒入牛奶.

Step 6:
把水煲滾,入糖.熄火待涼, 然後下牛奶及蛋液,把各材料完全拌勻

Step 7:
拿出心形模及剛才切成條粒狀的外皮,用拇指把外皮粉糰按入模中.方法是先壓中心點,然後由底部開始緩緩地四邊伸延.

Step 8:
注意力度要平均,才能做出厚薄均等的心形模皮.

Step 9:
把步驟6完成好的餡汁傾注入心形模內,七成滿即可

Step 10:
以200度烘烤約十二分鐘,就新鮮熱辣的蛋撻出爐了.

#6 kipo

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 01:44 PM

hey thanks for the recipe ^ i'll give it a try later :)

here's a recipe for an orange sponge cake (nothing special kinda just a boring sponge cake) anyway heres the recipe:

Ingredients:
200g Self raising Flour
200g Caster sugar
200g butter/margarine
3 Eggs
1 orange zest
1 teaspoon of baking powder

Method:
1. Turn oven on gas mark 4 & grease a cake tin wih oil
2. Sieve the S.R. Flour into a mixing bowl, and add the sugar & baking poder
3. Crack the eggs into a separate bowl and beat them
4. Add the butter or margarine (depending on what you're using) into the mixing bowl
5. then add the beaten egg into the mixing bowl, slowly folding the egg into the mixture
6. then fold the orange zest into the mixture
7. pour mixture into cake tin
8. cook for 20-25 minutes

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 06:28 PM

i have a chinese recipe.. i made egg tart.. here it is .. ^__^
i tried it before..it worked.. but mine got a bit burnt.. my advice is.. not to be too greedy n put too much egg mix in.. cos what happended was the top was burnt the inside still runny >_<

蛋撻recipe

外皮材料

麵粉 80 克
牛油 45 克
糖 25 克
雞蛋 15克 ( 約1/3 隻)
內餡材料

水 90克
糖 25克
雞蛋 25克
牛奶 2茶匙
Step 1:
先做外皮,把糖及牛油拌勻.

Step 2:
把麵粉篩入牛油及糖內拌勻,然後加入已預先打好的蛋液

Step 3:
用手心把以上材料搓揉,壓成粉糰狀,放入雪櫃一晚令蛋撻皮更酥化.

Step 4:
翌日從雪櫃取出粉糰,搓揉至軟順後,切成條粒狀備用

Step 5:
跟着是做蛋撻心,把雞蛋打發,然後倒入牛奶.

Step 6:
把水煲滾,入糖.熄火待涼, 然後下牛奶及蛋液,把各材料完全拌勻

Step 7:
拿出心形模及剛才切成條粒狀的外皮,用拇指把外皮粉糰按入模中.方法是先壓中心點,然後由底部開始緩緩地四邊伸延.

Step 8:
注意力度要平均,才能做出厚薄均等的心形模皮.

Step 9:
把步驟6完成好的餡汁傾注入心形模內,七成滿即可

Step 10:
以200度烘烤約十二分鐘,就新鮮熱辣的蛋撻出爐了.


thank you sooooo much for this recipe!!! i love to eat egg tarts!^^
i will tell my mum to make them, becaus i cant read chinese ><'







here i got a german recipe:



Potato salad with egg


Added:

For instance 150g potatoes; 1 egg;

1/2 federation radish;

Chives; something vinegar;

1 tl oil; Pepper; Salt


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Potato and egg cook, pellen and in cubes cut.

Radishes and chives wash and likewise small cut.

Everything together into a dish give, with vinegar, oil, pepper and salt taste.



Approx.: 200 calories

Edited by alice_tvbfan, 13 July 2006 - 06:29 PM.


#8 flounderz

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 07:23 PM

I don't really have any recipe to share, but a chef friend of mine told me a general thumb in cooking is love. Prepare what ever meal you love to prepare and during the process continually try to taste it to see the progression, maybe it needs a little salt or peper, but the ultimate goals is always cook with passion.

#9 sy_ong

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 05:28 AM

gessh...
is nice to share recipes...
i'm waiting for my chocolate croissant to be ready....(waiting for it to expand!)
this is my first time doing it...
hope it works..
if it does....i will post the recipe + the images here!
Posted Image

and this is the kind of egg tart recipe i've got. it works very well for me. I'm not sure is it the same as the one above as i don know how to read chinese Posted Image

Egg Tart
Ingredients
Pastry
# 210g plain flour
# 1 tsp milk powder
# 30g icing sugar
# 1/2 egg yolk
# 130g cold butter, cubed

Filling
# 120g castor sugar
# 250ml hot water
# 1¾ tbsp milk powder
# 1/8 tsp salt
# 1 tsp vinegar
# 1/2 tsp vanilla essence
# 3 eggs

Method
Beat butter, icing sugar and egg yolk until creamy. Sift in flour and milk powder to mix into a pliable dough. Cover with a piece of tea towel and leave aside for 20â€"30 minutes.

Roll out pastry in between two sheets of plastic. Stamp out 9â€"10cm circles of pastry with a pastry cutter. Line egg tart patty tins with pastry circles.

Trim off excess pastry dough and prick the base with a fork. Bake in a preheated oven at 160°C for 10â€"12 minutes. Remove and cool slightly.

To prepare filling, dissolve sugar in hot water and stir in milk powder and salt. Leave aside to cool, then add vanilla essence. Break eggs into a clean bowl. Stir lightly with a fork, but do not beat.

Pour the cooled milk mixture into the eggs. Stir to mix, then strain into a measuring cup. Leave aside.

Pour custard mixture till almost full into pre-baked pastry cases and bake at 180°C for about 15â€"20 minutes or until filling is set.

Here's the image for my egg tarts....a bit out of shape

Check it out..
my croissant result

Edited by Ait Wang, 07 April 2012 - 12:58 PM.
removed imageshack links


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Posted 14 July 2006 - 10:26 AM

^ hey thanks for the egg tart recipes i'll definately have to give them a try as i love eating egg tarts they're sooo nice **drools**

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Posted 16 July 2006 - 02:29 PM

yeah thanx for the egg tart recipe ... i can't read chinese either :(
me and my friend just got into cooking recently and need some good recipes....
we made chicken rice the first time (aussie recipe) lol.. that sucked ... we added too much spices in and errrr the rice got a bit spicy (hot) so we ended up not finishing it
thanx again for the egg tart recipe i'll forward it to my friend and see if he wants to make it =p

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Posted 16 July 2006 - 03:05 PM

chicken rice?
I've got one recipe for hainanese chicken recipe as well (thanks to kuali)

I've tried it and it is awesome! Excellent! Here's the recipe

Ingredients
For the rice
# 3 cups (600g) Thai fragrant long grain rice
# 2 tbsp chicken skin with fat
# 2 tbsp water
# 2cm piece ginger, lightly smashed
# 2 cloves garlic, lightly smashed
# 1–2 tsp salt or to taste
# 3½ cups or enough reserved chicken stock (or water with 1 tbsp chicken stock powder added to it)
# 2 pandan or screwpine leaves, shredded and knotted

Pak Cham Kai (Chicken steeped in stock)
# 1 whole chicken
# Enough water (for boiling)
# 1 thumb-sized piece of ginger, crushed
# 4–5 cloves garlic, peeled and lightly smashed
# 1 tsp salt

Chilli garlic sauce for dipping
# 10 fresh red chillies
# 2cm piece ginger
# 4 cloves garlic
# 1/4 tsp salt
# Juice of 2 calamansi limes
# 2 tbsp reserved chicken stock

Ginger sauce for dipping
# 75g ginger
# 6 cloves garlic
# 1/2 tsp salt
# Juice of 2 calamansi limes
# 2 tbsp preserved chicken stock
# Light soya sauce for chicken
# 1½ tbsp garlic oil
# 1½ tsp sesame oil
# 5 tbsp light soy sauce
# 1½ tbsp sugar or to taste
# 3 tbsp water

Garnishing
# Fresh coriander leaves
# Sliced spring onion
# Sliced cucumber

Method
To prepare the rice, wash it in several changes of water until the water runs clean and clear.

Heat wok and add chicken fat and 2 tablespoons water. Bring to a low simmering boil until oil is released from the fat.

Add ginger, garlic and fry well. Remove and discard the chicken fat then add in rice and salt to mix. Stir fry briskly for 1–2 minutes.

Transfer all the ingredients into an electric rice pot.

Add water or chicken stock and pandan leaves. Cook until rice turns dry and fluffy. Stir through just before serving.

To prepare the chicken, bring enough water to boil in a large pot. Put the chicken into the pot. Lower the heat and cook for 10–15 minutes uncovered. Turn off the flame and cover the pot. Allow the chicken to cook for 20–25 minutes.

Remove the chicken from the pot and immerse it in a basin of cold water for 5–6 minutes.

Next, take the chicken out of the basin of cold water and drain on a colander to dip dry before cutting up into serving pieces.

Arrange in a serving plate and garnish with spring onion and coriander leaves and cucumber slices.

To prepare the chilli garlic sauce, blend all sauce ingredients in an electric blender.

Adjust seasoning by adding salt and sugar to taste. Use immediately or store in a sealed jar until required.

For the ginger sauce, combine all the ingredients in an electric blender and whiz. Serve immediately or store in a sealed jar until required.

Next, combine all ingredients for the light soya sauce in a small saucepan. Heat the mixture until the sugar dissolves then set aside to cool before use.

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Posted 30 September 2006 - 10:08 PM

HI, was thinking of creating this thread in order to get some recipies on how to cook..i am studyign overseas and i am learning how to cook..lol...last year..i dont even know how to cook...but then now i am force to learn ...and only succeed in learning 1 or 2 simple dishes so far..lol..so if anyone can help out here...please come n share ur experience..here what i learn...or some of the recipeis that i deem edible..lol...




Ingredients:

2 boneless and skinless chicken thighs, trim fats and cut into small cubes
2 medium sized potatoes, cut into cubes the same size as the chicken
1 onion, cut into cubes the same size as the potatoes
1 tbsp oil
1/2 tbsp soy sauce
2 tsp thick soy sauce
1/2 tbsp worcestershire sauce
1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
1 tsp cornflour, diluted in 1/4 cup of water (optional)
1/4 cup water pepper and salt

Directions:

1. Place chicken cubes in a bowl. Add in soy sauce, thick soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, a little oil, cinnamon powder and pepper. Mix well and leave to marinate for 1/2 - 1 hour. 2. Boil potato cubes in enough water until half-cooked. Drain. 3. Heat oil in a heavy based sauce pan at medium heat. Add in onions and sautee until they have become translucent. 4. Add in marinated chicken with the sauces and stir-fry until chicken is cooked. Then, stir in the potatoes. If the mixture is becoming thick, gradually add some water just enough to allow simmering. Do not add too much water. Cover and simmer at low heat for 5 minutes. 5. If the mixture is too watery, add diluted cornflour gradually to thicken. Add salt and pepper to taste 6. Serve with rice.

#14 el_rey

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Posted 01 October 2006 - 01:19 AM

Heres something i made up -

3 Pieces of those paper seaweed
2 eggs
Any meat - depending on what u want the taste to be
Some Egg/White noodles (White are the best)....

Directions - Boil seaweed and 2 eggs mix - Put meat add seasonin - salt etc...Melt or whateva the noodles, if they are frozen etc...fry them in a pan -> season and put some soy sauce while doin it...

Smash them both together with some vege's (STEAMED - don't wanna lose nutrients :D) mix it around shouldn't over flow the noodles with the seaweed soup...But should just make enough for soup to absorb the taste :D

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And another thing for lazy people - Flavourin rice. LOL

- Rice
- Nefing u want (Don't use coke it explodes)
- U can use chocolate

-Directions : Pot cook rice with basically nefing :D haha i used chocolate before. melted ofcourse. As long as u don't have alot of liquid for the rice to absorb in the pot then thats cool...:D

Very good for lazy people who can't be bothered making dishes - get some rice chuck meat and liquid and nefing. and just cook rice via pot not that rice cooker method lol...

MORE combinations its so cool haha...U can alwaiz serve a multicolored rice - like seriously some things make the rice change color. EXAMPLE ORANGE JUICE :D ORANGE RICE -

(Don't try it if u don't like eating wierd things, cause it takes some time to get used too LOL)

#15 NieL

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Posted 01 October 2006 - 11:48 AM

lol....el_Rey.... does ur recipe really works ?? WOnt u get stomach ache or something after u eat it ?? how does it feel ??

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Posted 06 October 2006 - 12:45 AM

thanks for the recipe niel. i'm trying to learn how to cook too :) btw can i substitute cornflour with other flour? i don't think i have cornflour

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Posted 07 October 2006 - 11:59 AM

tat recipe looks yummy :D here's one for you guys.

I called it the Eggplant With Capsicum

Ingredients

Eggplants diced and fried (lightly)
Red & Yellow capsicum
Diced tomato or paste
15 to 20 olive pitted
Copped/Diced celery
White wine
Basinic Vinegar
Chopped onions & garlic

1. Heat pan with onions + garlics
2. Add chopped celery + capsicum
3. Add fried eggplant
4. Salt & Pepper to season
5. A cup of white wine and basinic vinegar to taste
6. Add tomato paste and olive pitted
7. Simmer for 15 minutes at low heat.

Bingo.

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Posted 11 October 2006 - 09:14 AM

Does anyone have a recipe for mango jelly (like the ones served at yumcha?)
My mum whats to find out , lol

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Posted 11 October 2006 - 04:04 PM

is this the mango jelly you mean? i found at some webpage...hope that it can helo you. ^_^'
http://www.daawat.co.../mangojelly.htm

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Posted 03 November 2006 - 01:38 AM

Baked Potato Soup

1/4 cup butter or margarine
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 (14 1/2-ounce) can chicken broth
1 (12-ounce) can NESTLÉ® CARNATION® Evaporated Milk
2 large or 3 medium baking potatoes, baked or microwaved
Salt and ground black pepper to taste
4 strips bacon, cooked and crumbled
1/2 cup (2 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese
3 tablespoons sliced green onion
MELT butter in large saucepan over medium heat. Add onion; cook, stirring occasionally, for 1 to 2 minutes or until tender. Stir in flour. Gradually stir in broth and evaporated milk. Scoop potato pulp from one potato; mash. Add pulp to broth mixture. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until mixture just comes to a boil. Dice remaining potato skin and potato(es); add to soup. Heath though. Season with salt and pepper. Top each serving with bacon, cheese and green onion.
Makes 4 servings.

VARIATION: For a different twist to this recipe, omit the bacon, cheddar cheese and green onion. Cook 2 tablespoons of shredded carrot with the onion and add 1/4 teaspoon dried dill weed to the soup when adding the broth. Proceed as above.

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Posted 06 February 2007 - 02:00 AM

Does anyone have a recipe for the Chinese dessert "Fried Milk"? ^^

#22 butterkrispies

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Posted 06 February 2007 - 05:46 PM

i find my recipes at allrecipes.com they have all types of recipes ranging from mexican to asian. they have all types of recipes for italian and american and indian and thai and vietnamese..you should go there!

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Posted 01 July 2008 - 09:05 AM

I HAVE SPECIAL HOBBY...
MY HOBBY IS DOING FOOD RECIPES EXPERIMENT
YOU CAN SEE ALL MY FOOD RECIPES EXPERIMENT IN MY BLOG, PLASE VISIT IT :
tips-recipes.blogspot.com/

AND PLEASE GIVE ME SOME ADVISE ABOUT MY BLOG OK!!! :worship

Edited by PSALMS, 01 July 2008 - 09:06 AM.


#24 PSALMS

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Posted 01 July 2008 - 09:12 AM

PLEASE VISIT THE BLOG BELOW

//tips-recipes.blogspot.com/

Dracula's Blood Recipes

INGREDIENTS


2 fluid ounces vodka
3/4 fluid ouncepeach schnapps
3-4 fluid ounces cranberry juice
DIRECTIONS

Shake ingredients together with ice.
Pour into a tall glass.

yOU CAN SEE MORE AND COMPLETE RECIPES AT:

//tips-recipes.blogspot.com/

Edited by PSALMS, 01 July 2008 - 09:14 AM.


#25 Ameeh

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Posted 01 July 2008 - 09:32 AM

nice recipes you have there in your site,..^__^
hmmm. I like your bruschetta, deviled and sweet potato recipe,...

Can I still make the garlic bread withoug baking it???

I'll try to make one! ^___^

Edited by Ameeh, 01 July 2008 - 09:33 AM.


#26 wickaflame05

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Posted 20 July 2008 - 08:40 PM

Hello everyone!

I just started getting into cooking. I also jotted down a few recipes..

if interested, please take a peek ---> Click

Please share your favorite recipes :)

#27 TonyLIm

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Posted 25 January 2011 - 05:01 AM

First of all I would like to say is : Cooking is one way of communication to the heart of everyone.
There is no recipes that I can share here, that you can not find on the internet. You can find most all types of recipes.
But one thing I can share with all that love cooking is try , try and try again if fail. Also sometime do not follow the recipes to the words.
Most recipes are guideline only.

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Posted 28 February 2011 - 02:16 AM

awesome forum! Lol I am new here and this is the first *eating forum I saw. hahaha
Check out this link.



I had made it and it taste very good. :iloveyou: But I think it is more like eggroll than spring roll.

This is a healthy one.... and yummy :)

Enjoy everyone !

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 11:42 AM

Kale Chips:

I love Potato chips but they are not the healthiest item to eat so when I need something salty I eat Kale chips...this is a vegan snack but I'm not vegan.

You just grab a bunch of Organic Kale > I purchase mine from Whole Foods...
place them into a bowl, drizzle Olive oil on them > You can use any type of oil you like but I only like cold pressed Olive Oil in a dark bottle...
Season with salt and pepper > I only use Sea Salt and Cracked pepper through a grinder
Now you can cook them two ways...you can place them in the oven and bake at 350 or you can place them in a dehydrator...bake for 20 minutes or until they are crisp.

Either way they come out delish! I hope you enjoy them!

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I also sprinkle them on popcorn...here is a picture...

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 11:12 AM

here sumthin fun for the kids and small party, or just some snacking, beef croquette (Korokke, i'm jap :D), two kinda foods i could cook are japanese, and American cajun.

all take me about 1 hour and a half, might take longer...

ingredients
2-3lb potaters
1 large onion (dice superfine if the kids dont like 'em)
2 Tablespoon of oil
vegies are good for ya, add chopped carrot, or mushroom if you like
1lb ground beef (Spam or bacon is fine too)
4 egg
pinch of salt (i dont messure my spice, so i'll say 1 teaspoon)
ground black pepper
panko (bread crums)
1/2 cup of all purpose flour
oil for deep frying

1. cut up the potatoes, and boil them in water until the potato is soft to poke through with a chopstick or fork
2. turn off heat, move off the stove and drain water from the pot
3. mash up the potatoes, set aside
4. chop up the onion, and carrot finely
5. put onions into a large skillet, heat oil up on medium heat, saute onion till it soft, add the carrot and cook until both soft, dont burn it!
6. add the grounded meat or chopped up bacon, saute with onion until meat cooked, add salt and pepper
7. use a big spoon or some thing like that, scoop the meat and onions mixture in to the mashed potatoes, add 1 egg into the meat-onion-mashed-taters, and mix 'em up,
8. while it still warm, shape 'em up to bite-size ball, or use some fun cookie cutters :D
9. get 3 seperate small bowls, one for the flour, one for the remaining eggs (beat'em!), and one for the panko(bread crums), in order : drench each ball (or funky shaped) koroketo, in flour first , egg second, and lastly the bread crums
10. if you have a deep fryer, drop 'em in till they are golden brown
if you DONT have a deep fryer, use a frying pan, make sure the oil is enough to deep fry 'em, again golden brown
dont burn them! take 'em out of the fryer, and into the disk, use some paper towel and let them drain out those fatty oil :P
11. enjoy with some sauces you like, eat 'em will they're hot!

p.s. it is weird for a guy to do all the house works? found it a little awkward when most of my buddies came over for beers :D




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