Cooking with DUKE :-)

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Cooking with DUKE :-)

When reading the headline your first thought might have been "WTH 8O Question ".

Pizza and pasta is fine - no doubt about that Exclaim

I say: A man being able to cook something delicious is sexy. Dirol Be it to attract a Lady or just preparing something tasteful for yourself.

I am going to explain the one or other cooking recipe I tested myself and will keep it as simple as possbile to understand.

Feel free to ad your own recipes here.

Stay tuned.

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With the NFL playoffs in full-swing. I think a great stand-by recipe of 4 parts velveeta and 1 part of your favorite salsa tossed into the microwave until the cheese melts is great with tortilla chips and is a real crowd favorite around here.

I know this isn't a real recipe, per se, but it's seasonally correct for the US.

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sounds delicious random, more recipes please i wouldn't mind making some of them.

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this one is my favorite Smile filled paprika:

Ingredients:
15 medium-sized bell pepper
250 gr. ground beef
1 cup sweet rice
50 gr. 1 tea cup of margarine or vegetable oil
2-3 tomatoes
half a bunch of parsley
1 medium onion
1 tablespoon tomato paste
2 cups hot water
salt
black pepper
red pepper
dried mint

Preparation:

1 - Wash the peppers, precise, and with the help of a knife handle kısımını cover to be quickly and remove all seeds. Tuzlayın peppers lightly with your finger inside.

2 - Rinse the rice thoroughly and drain, peel and seeds of tomatoes by removing the kıyın.

3 - minced meat, chopped onion for cooking, margarine or oil in half, rice, tomatoes, mint, parsley, salt and pepper and mix well.

4 - with the help of a teaspoon of prepared mortar fill the inside of the peppers, be sure not to pinch too much because they are roasted rice will begin to swell.

5 - Stuffed bell peppers, and as close to perpendicular to the pot into a junior. The remaining oil, and roasted tomato paste into a small bowl, add two cups of boiling water. Put the prepared pan sauce from peppers.

6 - and heat to boiling over high heat, then boil in the stew. Half an hour later baked stuffed peppers with a fork, touches deliniyorsa comfortable and the service is ready.
Transfer to a serving dish, decorate with fresh dill and serve hot.

enjoy Smile

i searched for a english translate for this.maybe there are faults Biggrin

im hungry now :roll:

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yHere is a good one too, EYE OF ROUND BEEF JERKY
Yall ought to try it sometime.

Take a Eye of Round and put it in the frezzer for a hour to stiffen it up a bit, Slice it up on a slicer (a metal one with SS blade so slices are even) cuttin it as thin as ya can With the grain(very important).

Have a Stainless Steel bucket to put it in, Take several bottles of your favorite marinade(Hickory-Teriyaki-Liquid smoke-Maple syrup-dry rub BBQ seasonin-Hot & Spicey BBQ sauce-dash of Worstershire sauce) at room temp and put in bucket.

As ya slice the meat,take each slice and spread it out in the bucket, make sure that marinade is on both sides of the meat.
Put all this in the fridge over night.

Next mornin put the slices on a dehydrator spreadin out each slice so they dont overlap.

Depending on temp range of machine(dehydrator) you will rotate trays after bout 2 to 3 hours.

With a machine that reaches about 145 degrees your meat will be done in a bout 4 to 6 hours, It is done when you see a faint grayish or whiteish look.

Once you start eatin it ya wont stop till it is Gone!!!

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@Lodige My mother made me eat that almost everyday while i was growing up Smile

I believe it's a Eastern European dish.

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ORANGE-SALMON-SAUCE for Pasta

Ingredients for 2 portions:
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- 1 small onion
- 1 garlic clove
- 200 gr. cream
- 1 orange
- 200 gr. salmon (smoked)
- salt & pepper (black)
- butter

Cooking with DUKE:
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- put a piece of butter in a pan, cut down onion and garlic clove as small as possible and put it also in the pan and sweat it

- take pasta of your choice (no need to get detailed here)

- after garlic and onion are sweated, deglaze it with the cream, then ad the liquid of the orange (for a more dominant orange-taste, just ad some pulp)

- cut down the salmon in pieces

- short before the pasta is done (about 2 minutes), ad the salmon to the sauce, adjust with black pepper, be careful with salt (due to salmon is pretty salty)

- pour the orange-salmon-sauce on the pasta - ENJOY Exclaim

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THE DARK SIDE cooks? 8O

I'm still not at the age where I have to be the designated chef yet (hopefully never)...but I will have to see if I can try making something with these recipes in the future!

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It's not that hard at all. I like the easy & fast kitchen - check it out.

Sometimes I even amaze myself... Dirol

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I think I should give up now, I am so unfamiliar with cooking I probably couldn't even use one of those Easy bake ovens.

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I could add a recipe to make a tasty beerpunch lol:

3L redwine
1L orange juice (100%)
about 300ml rum (not the cheap stuff)
squash 3 or 4 lemons
lill bit sugar

-> fill this in your glas (1/3) and the rest with beer.

A lager/light beer should work.
Be warned dont drink to fast.

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nice one walker Biggrin

how we say always in germany?

2 beers are 1 steak Wink

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SPAGHETTI FUEGO

Ingredients for 2 portions:
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- 1 small onion
- 2 garlic cloves
- 3 bouillon cubes
- 400 gr. ready-to-serve Arrabiata sauce
- 300 gr. Spaghetti
- parmesan cheese
- olive oil & Tabasco

Cooking with DUKE:
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- put some olive oil in a pan, cut down onion and garlic cloves as small as possible and put it also in the pan and sweat it

- take Spaghetti and cook them in saltwater with 3 bouillon cubes (8 minutes for "al dente")

- after garlic and onion are sweated, ad the Arrabiata sauce and put the temperature to lowest level; adjust with Tabasco

- now put the pasta into the pan and stir it

- when serving the meal ad some Parmesan cheese on top - ENJOY Exclaim

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Track'em, find'em, kill'em!"

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Did ya ever heard about roasting 2 slice of bread in the toaster?

INGREDIENTS:
-2 slice of (any)bread
-Cheese(only type of cheese which can be put in the toaster)
-Tomato sauce
-Chocolate spread(OPTIONAL)

How to:
1. Take 2 slice of bread
2. Put the cheese on 1 slice.
3. Smear the tomato sauce on the cheese.
4. Put the other slice of bread on the top of the sauce and roast it in da toaster.
4b. (OPTIONAL) If you like chocolate, jus roast 2 slices togather and then smear the chocolate spread on the roasted bread.
5.ENJOY 5-10 MINS OF MAKING A DELICIOUS MEAL

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