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YUMMY,YUMMY...I GOT FOOD IN MY TUMMY....:D


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#61    Belial

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 06:01 PM

Fresh irish mince (lamb)
Plumb tomatoes
Garlic (to taste)
Cooking onions
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Brown off the mince - then rinse in cold water. Fry off the onions until soft and sweet, place onions and mince into slow cooker with tin plumb tomatoes, add garlic and cook oh so slowly for about four hours, take out and plate up with some fresh pasta, have garlic bread to hand and enjoy ;)

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 06:14 PM

Oh man this thread sounds good enough to eat. Hmmmm now I just need someone to cook for me LOL

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 06:24 AM

~cheese souffle!

~60grms of butter
~60 grms of plain flour
~500ml milk
~200grms of Gruyere cheese
~salt/pepper
~grated Nutmeg
~6 eggs seperated.



Pre- heat oven to 200 c.....butter large souffle dish


~melt butter over low heat,add flour,stir with wooden spoon until foams.

~add milk in small amounts till smooth and thick,add cheese and season with salt and Nutmeg,remove from heat,add egg yolks.

~in bowl,beat eggwhites with a pinch of salt to stiff peaks

~gently fold a little cheese mix into egg whites....pour into souffle dish and smooth


~bake in centre of oven for 10 mins


turn down to 180c and cook for 25-30mins....or till golden............



enjoy!!!!! :)


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Posted 22 April 2010 - 11:45 PM

I gotta say either my meatball sandwich or pizza recipe's are my favorite.

Pizza:

3 cups flour
1 1/2 cup warm water
1/4 oz of yeast disolved in the above water for a few minutes
1 tbsp salt
1 tbsp sugar
a bit of cornmeal if you like
as much olive oil as needed.

You mix everything but the water/yeast mixture and olive oil in a bowl, pour in the water, mix until it's a solid chunk(leave any extra flour if you have some remaining in the bowl if you want), add olive oil and kneed in your hand adding more oil as needed to prevent sticking.

Once the dough has become tacky, but not sticky, place in another bowl to rise.  I like to place it in a glass bowl that is inside of a larger glass bowl with hot water in it to keep it warm.

Wait an hour.

Add cornmeal to the pan you will be cooking it on and take out your dough.  You can either add more flour or more oil before/while you spread it out on the pan, either method works fine.  Add your favorite pizza toppings, throw in an oven at 450 Degrees or higher and eat when it's done.


I'll write my meatball sandwich recipe another time, if you're wondering I make my own bread and meatballs from scratch.





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