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A place for recipes
« on: July 05, 2017, 09:32:51 pm »
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Original thread cred to Celebark- the original post is below

As requested by AngelWings:

Sounds good. Maybe you can leave us the recipe!
Chocolate and Salted Caramel Cake:

1 cup of coconut flour
1&1/2 cup of self raising flour
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup cocoa powder
Can of condensed milk.
2/3 cup milk
Block of coconut milk chocolate (to grate) (Mum bought this- but any other chocolate works :) )
Block of Salted Caramel (to grate)
4 eggs.
250g butter.

- Mix all into the bowl
- Cooks 25-30mins at 180C :)

Y'all welcome! :)
(We made the recipe up as we went today haha)
« Last Edit: July 05, 2017, 10:05:40 pm by insanipi »
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Re: Can you cook?
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2017, 09:39:11 pm »
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As requested by AngelWings:Chocolate and Salted Caramel Cake:
Thank you, Insanipi! I might just try this next time I get a free day, but I don't know how well that'll go seeing that I'm not the best chef. Hopefully it'll be as good as you make it sound.  :D
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2017, 09:42:14 pm »
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Thank you, Insanipi! I might just try this next time I get a free day, but I don't know how well that'll go seeing that I'm not the best chef. Hopefully it'll be as good as you make it sound.  :D
Most welcome! ^_^
Hopefully it does, let me know! :)
« Last Edit: July 05, 2017, 09:52:05 pm by insanipi »
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2017, 09:44:31 pm »
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As requested by AngelWings:Chocolate and Salted Caramel Cake:

1 cup of coconut flour
1&1/2 cup of self raising flour
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup cocoa powder
Can of condensed milk.
2/3 cup milk
Block of coconut milk chocolate (to grate) (Mum bought this- but any other chocolate works :) )
Block of Salted Caramel (to grate)
4 eggs.
250g butter.

- Mix all into the bowl
- Cooks 25-30mins at 180C :)

Y'all welcome! :)
(We made the recipe up as we went today haha)

Random question: where can one find a block of salted caramel? :o
« Last Edit: July 05, 2017, 09:51:43 pm by insanipi »

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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2017, 09:48:18 pm »
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Random question: where can one find a block of salted caramel? :o
From an organic/fairtrade shop (again, mum bought the stuff), but tbh I want to retry the recipe with Lindt's Salted Caramel choc :)
« Last Edit: July 05, 2017, 09:51:21 pm by insanipi »
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #5 on: July 05, 2017, 09:54:04 pm »
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From an organic/fairtrade shop (again, mum bought the stuff), but tbh I want to retry the recipe with Lindt's Salted Caramel choc :)

Ohhh, I thought you ment an entire block of pure salted caramel - my first thought was "damnnnn, must get my hands on it". If only such a thing existed.  :'( :'(
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #6 on: July 05, 2017, 09:54:25 pm »
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I voted passable because I can follow a recipe or make something basic without burning the place down or giving anyone food poisoning

but that's as exciting as it gets

I'm not a 'natural' cook at all -- can't think of something on the spot etc. Honestly I kinda hate cooking

Ironically I received the food tech award at school for every semester that I did it... seriously. I think I'd always get full marks on the assessments somehow but I remember not wanting the award lol. Being a sciency person at school I found it embarrassing hahaha

but I actually want to make this
As requested by AngelWings:Chocolate and Salted Caramel Cake:

1 cup of coconut flour
1&1/2 cup of self raising flour
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup cocoa powder
Can of condensed milk.
2/3 cup milk
Block of coconut milk chocolate (to grate) (Mum bought this- but any other chocolate works :) )
Block of Salted Caramel (to grate)
4 eggs.
250g butter.

- Mix all into the bowl
- Cooks 25-30mins at 180C :)

Y'all welcome! :)
(We made the recipe up as we went today haha)

thank you!!
« Last Edit: July 05, 2017, 09:57:04 pm by tashhhaaa »

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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #7 on: July 05, 2017, 09:55:12 pm »
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I thought AN might need a place to share recipes!

I'd be happy to try some of them. I don't actually measure when I wing my cooking, but I'll be sure to next time so I can post some!



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Moderator edit: - insanipi: I've merged some older posts here, apologies for some confusion <3
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #8 on: July 05, 2017, 09:59:53 pm »
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #9 on: July 05, 2017, 10:03:05 pm »
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it was weird while you were merging them, I saw the posts literally disappear and I was like wtf  :o

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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #10 on: July 05, 2017, 10:07:14 pm »
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it was weird while you were merging them, I saw the posts literally disappear and I was like wtf  :o
I stuffed the merge up first time round, but the posts are above Celebark's one now =)
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #11 on: July 05, 2017, 10:34:09 pm »
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If anyone is brave enough to try cooking ala Calebark (that is, without quantities), here's how I made cottage pie:

Ingredients:
-Beef mince
-Peas
-Carrot
-Sweet potato
-Beef stock
-Soy sauce
-Flour
-Breadcrumbs
-Salt, pepper, rosemary

Method:
-Put block of mince in a pan. Brown it on all sides. This should only take a few minutes.

-Boil all your veggies. You'll need lots of sweet potato. Not as much peas and carrots.

-In a saucepan, put beef stock and soy sauce. 90% stock, 10% soy sauce. Water to dilute a bit so it's not too salty.

-Once your mince is browned, break it apart so it's not a big lump, and put it in the saucepan. Cook on a low temperature. This will take a while. It took me over half an hour of waiting, but again, I don't know quantities, so frequently check. You'll add your peas and carrots here once done. Spice to taste. By the time you're done, you won't have heaps of sauce left

-Mash the sweet potato. Add pepper.

-Get a deep tray (I hope that's what they're called). Pour in the veggies+meat, not the sauce. I just do this by pouring at an appropriate angle. Mix in the flour to the sauce to thicken it up. Add the sauce to tray. Even it out. Add a thick layer of sweet potato. Even it out. Add a thin layer of breadcrumbs. Sprinkle some rosemary in the breadcrumbs.

-Cook in oven at 180C for about 20 minutes, until the top of the sweet potato/breadcrumbs is a bit crispy.

-Serve



Hope that's easy enough -- it sounds like more effort than it is. Excuse the sloppy writing :D Now, is it still a cottage pie if I add breadcrumbs on top?
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #12 on: July 16, 2017, 01:57:57 pm »
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insanipi's fried rice

I made this for lunch today, and the amount of ingredients I used was enough for 6 people and some leftovers, reduce the number of ingredients where necessary. :)

Ingredients
What I used, you can add/subtract stuff from this :)
2 (standard) mugs of long grain rice
4 eggs
1 packet of Coles Frozen Stir-Fry Vegetables
1 large onion
4 eggs
400g of pre-diced bacon
3 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons of Chinese cooking wine (readily available in the Asian section of Coles/Woolworths :) )
1 teaspoon of chicken stock
Salt and pepper
Oil
Water

Method
Preparation
- chop onion up
- prepare chicken stock- 1 teaspoon of powdered chicken stock to 1/2 cup of water
- in a bowl, whisk  4 eggs and salt and pepper to taste with a fork

1. Boil the rice:
- for every cup of rice, add 4 cups of water
- cook uncovered for 12-14 minutes
- drain and rinse with cool water
- allow rice to cool and set aside until step 4

2. Fry the egg/make an omelette
- in a pan, heat some oil and then fry the egg mixture.
- remove from pan and chop up.
Note: you may need to clean the pan up after this step. :)

3. Fry the bacon
- in a pan, heat the oil and chuck in the bacon.
- allow to cook and once done, leave it on heat.

4. Putting it all together
- in the pan that has the bacon, add the rice, vegetable mix, egg and onion and stir
- whilst stirring, slowly add in the chicken stock, soy sauce and cooking wine
- cook until the frozen vegetable mix is cooked, and the other ingredients are hot

5. Serve

My end product looked like this:


(My younger siblings absolutely enjoyed this haha)
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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #13 on: July 16, 2017, 06:53:28 pm »
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^Looks great! :D Thread definitely requires pictures.

Anybody have anything quick and easy that's noodle-dominant? Love my noodles haha.

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Re: A place for recipes
« Reply #14 on: September 10, 2017, 02:58:57 pm »
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So I felt like making this today, and I thought to share it with y'all. :)

Make your own sushi

Ingredients I used and special equipment:
Nori sheets
500g sushi rice (if you can't get this, go for short grain)
3-4 tablespoons of rice vinegar/sushi seasoning
A few cans of tuna
Sweet spiced gherkins
Mayo
Cucumber
Carrots
Capsicum
Soy sauce
Bamboo rolling mat, covered in gladwrap

Method
- Boil and cool down rice
- When the rice is cool, add the sushi seasoning
- Chop carrots, gherkins, cucumbers and gherkins into strips
- Place a nori sheet onto the gladwrapped bamboo
- Add rice in the middle of the sheet, pressing it down into the sheet
- Add the fillings however you wish
(Tip- leave the top bare so you can roll it up :) )
- Once done, place a strip of water on the bare part of the sheet
- Pick up the bamboo mat from the edge nearest to you and start tightly rolling to make a sushi roll, putting some pressure at the end to form the roll
(Tip: It may not be perfect- I didn't get it right the first few times either haha)
- Once done, transfer to a plate, slice and serve with soy sauce if you wish.
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