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Cooking Club 2008-12-13 20:30:28 Reply

Recently I have started cooking more and more and it is slowly turning into a passion!

I noticed there was already a Cooking Club but it has been inactive for a fair while and it seemed to be a better idea to just start over than to try and get some life back into the other one

So this club is a place for newgrounds to share their passion of cooking and to share recipies and such :)

Rules:
- Usual BBS rules apply
- Provide constructive criticism if you dislike someones recipie
- You can post recipies for food you enjoy eating, it doesn't have to be your own original recipie
- Be nice and get your cook on!


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-13 20:37:41 Reply

please post recipies in the format below:

Scrambled Eggs
Feeds 1

Ingredients:
- 3 Eggs
- 3 tea/sp semi skimmed milk*
- Salt
- Butter

Method:
- Beat eggs together in a bowl
- Add three teaspoons of milk and add three dashes of sugar

- Melt some butter into a frying pan
- Once the butter has liquified add your egg/milk mixture into the pan
- As the eggs show the first signs of solidifying start to move the mixture around the pann
- Carry on moving till the egg has all solidified and there are no runny parts left

- Serve and enjoy

Serving Suggestions:
- Scrambled egg with cold smoked salmon
- Scrambled egg with friend / grilled bacon

Notes:
Semi-Skimmed milk is best as full fat milk flavours the egg too much and skimmed milk doesn't give as creamy consistency and flavour


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-13 20:59:35 Reply

Thing I threw together the other day (Note: I am not a proponent of measuring stuff that's going ot be cooked on a range)

Elfer's fancy chicken soup:

Stuff:
- Oil
- Flour
- Onion
- Celery
- Green pepper
- Garlic
- Carrots
- Chicken
- Chicken or vegetable stock

Spices (mix to your own taste):
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
- Thyme
- Paprika (lots)
- Onion powder
- Red chili flakes
- Chili powder

1. Make a roux out of plenty of oil and the flour, whisking in one spoonful at a time. Cook the roux until browned.
2. Dump in all the green pepper, onion, celery and garlic. Add more oil if necessary. Cook for a few minutes.
3. Add stock (roughly 2 cups for every quarter cup or so of oil)
4. Add the chicken (fairly small pieces) and simmer. After a few minutes, add carrots.
5. Simmer until carrots are soft. Mix spices (a generous amount) together and stir in.
6. Simmer for about 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.

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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-13 21:02:04 Reply

addition to posting guidelines

Under your recipie add a cooking time and a difficulty rating

Scrambled Eggs
Feeds 1
Difficulty (1/5)
Time: Under 10mins


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-14 09:52:20 Reply

this club doesnt look asif its going to really take off =/


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-14 10:18:39 Reply

At 12/14/08 09:52 AM, Shreddy wrote: this club doesnt look asif its going to really take off =/

It will, it's a good idea, and we do cooking at school, but we don't make anything useful, and I don't really have time to do cooking at home :(


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-14 10:58:05 Reply

Chicken Quesadilla
Feeds 1

Ingredients:
-1 piece of frozen chicken breast
-pepper
-blue onion
-10 in thin wrap
-avocado
-salsa
-shredded cheese
-lettuce

Method:
-fry the breast in a pan. season it with pepper, take it off, cut it into long strips
-put the strips back on the pan and throw in some chopped onions to fry them both
-while that's cooking, smear some avocado on the wrap, throw some cheese on it and pop it in the microwave for 30 seconds
-take the wrap out, put the chicken and onions on the wrap and top it off with salsa and lettuce.
-wrap it up and if you want some additional crispiness, fry it on the pan.
Serving Suggestions:
-any kind of chips or fries


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-14 11:01:20 Reply

oh and...

Difficulty: 2/5 (mostly because it's so damn hard to wrap it right)
Time: ~20 min, once you figure things out

you can also cook a batch of chicken with onions, put it in the fridge, and use it for future wraps to cut your time down to 10 minutes


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-14 11:06:04 Reply

im liking the sound of that wrap :D might have to make one tomorrow!


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-14 11:11:53 Reply

Spices (mix to your own taste):
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
- Thyme
- Paprika (lots)
- Onion powder
- Red chili flakes
- Chili powder

holy jesus, won't that overpower the actual chicken soup?


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-15 19:35:16 Reply

we need to get this club moving somehow


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-15 21:17:13 Reply

At 12/13/08 08:37 PM, Shreddy wrote: Scrambled Eggs

No cheese? What is this madness?


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-16 05:13:15 Reply

Coop's Froot Loaf
Feeds lots

Ingredients
8oz Bran Cereal - Bran Flakes will do in a pinch, but All-Bran is best.
1 1/4 lb Dried Fruit - try to make sure you've got the candied peel in this
10 oz Brown Sugar - I prefer Demerara sugar, but any sugar will do
1pint milk
8 oz Self Raising Flour
2 shots of Southern Comfort (optional)

Method
Weigh out the bran, sugar and fruit into a mixing bowl and add the milk. Stir the mixture, so that all of the bran is combined with the milk - this will soon start to go mushy. Add the two shots of SoCo and leave to one side overnight, to soak.

Preheat the oven to Gas Mark 4 and grease 2 loaf tins, making sure to concentrate on the base and the corners. Measure the Self Raising flour and fold gently into the mixture, aiming for an even 'cookie dough' consistency. Once this is done, distribute the mixture into the two loaf tins evenly, taking a pallet knife to level them out - each tin should be 2/3 to 3/4 full, to allow for expansion.

Bake in the oven on the middle shelf for 1 hour - 1 1/2 hours, checking the progress every 30 minutes or so. At the hour, use a skewer to check if the middle has solidified. For the last half hour, I recommend moving the trays to the top shelf, for more heat.

When these are baked, loosen from the tins and place on a mesh tray to cool.

Serve dry or with a spreading of butter or margarine.

I would post pics, but that would involve going home...


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-16 05:23:34 Reply

Kurt's stoned ''throw shit into a pan'' meal
it's a bit like a curry

Difficulty: 1/5
Feeds: depends how much you want.

get a pan
put some oil in there and throw in some chopped onions and peppers
put a bit of cumin in and cook the onions and peppers in it.
put chopped tomatoes in and keep simmering
add paprika, cumin, corriander, nutmeg. im not sure how much, just do it, but don't be silly about it
simmer
add more chopped tomatoes, spice, whatever. just keep adding little bits until you've got the ammount you want

eat that fucking shit.

as you can see, im no cook, but damn this turned out pretty nice last time i did it.

i got the idea from my friend who actually made a nice curry and i couldn't remember quite how he did it.

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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-16 08:13:31 Reply

At 12/16/08 05:13 AM, Coop83 wrote: Coop's Froot Loaf
Feeds lots

my mum makes something like that and its fucking yummy :D


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-16 18:12:02 Reply

I make this beef stew, all you need is to throw in chopped beef, potatoes, carrots and onions in a big pot of water and let it turn to soup, basically. (salt and pepper it up too)

I hate having to wait for it to cool down, so i put some in a bowl and throw it in the freezer for a couple of minutes

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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-16 19:02:17 Reply

At 12/16/08 06:12 PM, Fleshlight wrote: I make this beef stew, all you need is to throw in chopped beef, potatoes, carrots and onions in a big pot of water and let it turn to soup, basically. (salt and pepper it up too)
I hate having to wait for it to cool down, so i put some in a bowl and throw it in the freezer for a couple of minutes

man i feel sorry for your icecream haha


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-16 21:43:43 Reply

Idiot-Buster's Sicilian Lemon Chicken
This was my great grandmothers recipy brought over with here from Sicily.

Feeds 4-5

Ingredients
3/4 cup golden raisins
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1 medium onion, halved and thinly sliced
1 tablespoon minced garlic
2 tablespoons pine nuts
2 tablespoons chopped black olives
2 bay leaves
1/4 teaspoon dried oregano
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 (15 ounce) can diced tomatoes, drained
salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
1 teaspoon white sugar
2 tablespoons julienned fresh basil
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
4 (6 ounce) skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
1 lemon, zested and juiced
1/4 cup shaved Parmesan cheese
4 sprigs fresh basil

Method
Soak the raisins in warm water until they plump, about 10 minutes. Drain and set aside.
Heat 3 tablespoons of olive oil in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Stir in the onion, garlic, pine nuts, and olives. Season with bay leaves, oregano, and cayenne. Cook until the onions have softened and begun to turn golden, about 5 minutes. Stir in the tomatoes and season with salt and pepper; cook for 5 more minutes. Add the raisins, balsamic vinegar, and sugar; cook, stirring occasionally until thickened, about 5 more minutes. Remove the bay leaves, and stir in the julienned basil. Cover and keep warm.

heat the remaining 1 tablespoon of olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. While the skillet is heating, toss the chicken with the lemon juice to coat (the lemon zest will be used later). Cook the chicken on both sides until golden brown and the juices run clear, about 15 minutes. Transfer to a warm plate, and allow to rest for about five minutes.

Then Sprinkle with lemon zest, Parmesan cheese, and a sprig of basil to garnish


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 01:36:24 Reply

i like cooking so i think i'll join!

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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 04:12:13 Reply

At 12/17/08 01:36 AM, Furryfox wrote: i like cooking so i think i'll join!

nice one :)

got any interesting recipies??


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 11:17:12 Reply

At 12/17/08 04:12 AM, Shreddy wrote:
At 12/17/08 01:36 AM, Furryfox wrote: i like cooking so i think i'll join!
nice one :)

got any interesting recipies??

i would tell you some but i can't find my recipe book.... i'll post some when i manage too find it.

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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 14:17:21 Reply

Preparation time less than 30 mins
Difficulty 4/5
Cooking time 10 to 30 mins

Ingredients
8 pork chops
16 prunes, stones removed, chopped
12 apricots, stones removed, chopped
salt and freshly ground black pepper
For the sauce
1 tbsp olive oil
2 shallots, finely chopped
1 garlic clove, crushed
100ml/3½fl oz chicken stock
100ml/3½fl oz cider
3 tbsp wholegrain mustard
salt and freshly ground black pepper
50ml/2fl oz double cream
To serve
basmati rice, cooked according to packet instructions

Method
1. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/Gas 6.
2. Cut a pocket into the side of each of the pork chops, three-quarters deep into the chop, running the length of the chops.
3. Mix the prunes and apricots together in a bowl.
4. Stuff each pocket in the chops with the prunes and apricots and secure with a cocktail stick which has been soaked in water for ten minutes. Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
5. Heat an ovenproof griddle pan until smoking. Place the stuffed chops onto the griddle and cook for three minutes, or until golden-brown on both sides.
6. Transfer to the oven to cook for 5-6 minutes, or until completely cooked through.
7. For the sauce, heat the oil in a pan and gently fry the shallots and garlic until soft.
8. Add stock and boil to reduce to almost nothing.
9. Add the cider and boil to reduce the volume by half, then stir in the mustard and simmer for five minutes.
10. Season, to taste, with salt and freshly ground black pepper, then add the cream and stir to combine.
11. To serve, place two chops onto each plate and place a spoonful of rice alongside. Drizzle over the sauce.

I made this, fucking lovely.

By the way, i love cooking, i'm taking it further from GCSE to college so yeah erm.

Am i in?


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 18:39:59 Reply

So I finished my finals and haven't had anything to eat but breakfast today. I walked home, almost passed out, and had a sudden inspiration to make something like the picture below. I just chopped up some chicken breast, cut the fries, and now, waiting till it gets done.

so hungry...

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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 20:14:47 Reply

At 12/17/08 06:39 PM, Fleshlight wrote: So I finished my finals and haven't had anything to eat but breakfast today. I walked home, almost passed out, and had a sudden inspiration to make something like the picture below. I just chopped up some chicken breast, cut the fries, and now, waiting till it gets done.
so hungry...

ah damn you, ive got a craving for some spicy chicken and fries now :(


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 21:19:41 Reply

There's a cooking club? Wow! Can I join? I've always loved cooking!!!

So what do we do here? Discuss cooking, give recipes, and post pics?

Everything I cook is vegan and sometimes baking can be difficult. I've had some bad experiences but I've also had my fair share of good ones. Cooking's bettahhhhhhhh.


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 21:37:07 Reply

This seems like a good idea, I'll check back when I get hungry.

Beverages, anyone?


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-17 22:02:04 Reply

At 12/17/08 09:37 PM, ZiggyZack99 wrote: This seems like a good idea, I'll check back when I get hungry.

Beverages, anyone?

Bannana Split Smoothie
Feeds 2

Ingredients:
- 2 scoops of vanilla Ice cream
- 2 Bannanas
- handful of berries of your choice (Frozen or fresh; I usually do strawberries)
- cup of milk

Method:
- throw all your fruits and ice cream in the blender
- pour half the milk in
- blend until completely liquefied or when it stops
- pour the rest of the milk and blend it up

Serving Suggestions:
- top things off with whip cream, chocolate and raspberry syrup


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-18 09:21:36 Reply

At 12/17/08 09:37 PM, ZiggyZack99 wrote: This seems like a good idea, I'll check back when I get hungry.

Beverages, anyone?

YES! FANTASTIC IDEA! =D


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-18 17:24:51 Reply

At 12/18/08 09:21 AM, Shreddy wrote:
At 12/17/08 09:37 PM, ZiggyZack99 wrote: Beverages, anyone?
YES! FANTASTIC IDEA! =D

That was a tad bit more zealous than I expected.


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Response to Cooking Club 2008-12-18 17:41:28 Reply

At 12/18/08 05:24 PM, ZiggyZack99 wrote:
At 12/18/08 09:21 AM, Shreddy wrote:
At 12/17/08 09:37 PM, ZiggyZack99 wrote: Beverages, anyone?
YES! FANTASTIC IDEA! =D
That was a tad bit more zealous than I expected.

haha sorry :P

but yeah, awesome idea to include recipies for drinks and stuff too :D


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