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hey people of crunchyroll!!

I am looking for recipes. You can post links to sites with good recipes or write it here, and please post a picture if one is available. Whether it's appetizers or main course or desserts or drinks or snacks, I don't care! if I like your recipe then I will make and post a picture of it afterword. I try to make something every week so please be patient And if you want to cook something and post the recipe, post a picture and/or write a review of how you made it and how it tasted and whether it met your expectations or not then fell free to do so. i will also post a picture and recipe every(or almost every week) of recipes I have done, whether or not they are on the forum.
And please try not to just post kid recipes like that a 7-year old can do, like chocolate brownies. And please you must post a recipe not just a title like a pie.

Thank you!
Posted 7/19/11 , edited 7/19/11
This is a traditional dish my mother used to make for me when she was too drunk to cook food (99 percent of the time)....
Step 1. Purchase a package of mi goreng noodles (pictured)



Step 2. Place noodles in saucepan (or microwave safe bowl, depending on if you choose to cook with stove or microwave)
Step 3. Boil noodles on stovetop (or put in microwave, and turn it on) for about 3-4 minutes.
Step 4. Drain water from saucepan (or microwaveable bowl).
Step 5. Put noodles in another bowl (one you feel ok with eating out of)
Step 6. Add seasonings (to taste, everyone likes it differently)
Step 7. Get fork or chopsticks and eat!

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This can be made easily vegetarian by using only vegetables, vegetable broth, and cream of vegetable soups like mushroom or celery.

Ingredients

6 boneless chicken thighs, breasts, or tenderloins. (I used one - three, not six).
2 (10.75 ounce) cans condensed cream of celery soup (I used three - four, and one was cream of chicken).
salt and pepper to taste (you can include other spices, like Italian seasoning).
1 (12 ounce) package refrigerated biscuit dough (I used two - three. Do not buy flaky or sweet biscuits).
water and chicken broth (enough to cover chicken)
Optional: leftover vegetables (carrot, onion, garlic, celery are all good choices)
Directions

In a large pot over high heat, combine the chicken with enough water and/or broth to cover, and boil for 15 to 20 minutes. If you're including vegetables, you may want to put them in at ten or fifteen minutes. Drain some of the water from the pot, reserving 3 cups in the pot, or don't! (I didn't and it turned out fine). Remove chicken and allow it to cool, then pull it apart into bite size pieces (or cut it); return to pot. Make sure that the chicken is cooked with either a meat thermometer, or by color and time cooked if you don't have one.
Reduce heat to medium, and add the cans of condensed soup. Season with salt, pepper, and spices of choice. Pull the biscuit dough into pieces, and add to the soup. You can flatten it or roll it into balls. Simmer over medium heat for 7 to 8 minutes, or until the dough is cooked through. I had to cook it for maybe 15 minutes. Check it at 8, 10, 12, and 14 minutes.

Comment One...
I modified it a bit (like everyone else) as follows: Sauteed 1/8 c chopped onion and 1 lg. garlic clove (chopped) in 1 TBL butter before adding chicken. I used chicken tenderloin and covered it with 2 cans chicken broth. Did not drain any broth when chicken was done. Added 1 c cream of chicken, 1 c cream of mushroom and 1 can cream of celery soup and 1/2 box frozen peas and carrots. I used two cans of Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits and after sprinkling about 1 TBL of Wondra (very fine) flour on a paper plate, cut them into a tic-tac-toe pattern. I dusted the dumplings with the flour on the plate and put 1/2 of them in the pot to cook (when it was boiling). They took about 15 minutes. After we had eaten all of the dumplings in the pot, I turned the heat back on, let it come to a boil again and cooked the remaining dumplings for the leftovers.

Comment Two...
This is a great recipe and the previous listed suggestions that I used were: using 1 cup of broth and 2 cups water to cover chicken, adding sliced carrots, chopped celery and onion, 2 smashed garlic cloves (which I later removed). I used Chardonnay wine (had some in the frig). I used one can of non-grand, non-flaky refrigerator biscuits - tearing off thumb sized pieces and flattening them slightly between my thumb and forefinger as I threw them into the pot.

My comment:
This recipe and its comments are from www.allrecipes.com. I made it, it was super easy, the sauce became thick like a gravy and it was like chicken vegetable soup with dumplings. The seasoning were perfect and it all mixed together well. It was gone SO FAST.
Posted 7/19/11
I really like Pioneer Womans site for recipes, especially because it shows them step by step with photos and
everything I've tried making turned out well.
I also use Joy of Baking and AllRecipes.

Can't quite think of any simple recipes to post right now though,



Posted 7/19/11
Here is a pretty easy and unique dessert recipe that you might like to try.
Its called Faloodeh which is vermicelli frozen in a rose water syrup

All you need to do is dissolve 1 cup of sugar in 1 cup of water over medium heat. Remove from the stove top, add a Tbs of rose water and leave to cool down.
In the meantime place an ounce of vermicelli rice noodles in boiling water and leave to soften for five minutes. Then drain and rinse in cold water and cut into roughly two inch pieces.

Once the rose water syrup has completely cooled down combine it with the vermicelli in a very shallow baking dish and place in the freezer,

Then after an hour if possible remove from freezer and rake through it with a fork, this step can be repeated a few times on the hour but isn't a necessary step.

To serve take it out of the freezer and allow it to stand for a period then rake it out with a fork or cut it into square pieces. Add in lemon or sour cherry juice (or both) and sprinkle some crushed pistachios.

It is also a great accompaniment to ice cream, vanilla or preferably saffron ice cream with big chunks of pistachios.

Here is a link for the recipe if you
want to give it a try.
http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/dessert/recipe-faloodeh-persian-rose-water-ice-094267

I also have a real good recipe for rose water and pistachio cup cakes but I'll have to have a dig around for that.
Posted 7/19/11
Banoffe Pie (Banana and Toffee pie) no cooking involved. Only heating if that makes sense.... <.< >.>

Ingredients:

Condensed Milk aka Carnation Caramel
Hobnob Biscuits or any other oaty biscuit
Bananas
Whipped cream
Chocolate (melted)

1. Heat up the condensed milk in a pan until it turns to toffee (it should go brown and gloopy)
2. Crush the biscuits up in a bag, mix with melted butter and brown sugar in a pan until binded
3. Put the biscuit mixture in the bottom of a nice round dish evenly and press it down with a fork
4. Pour the toffee on top of the biscuit base
5. Leave to cool
6. Cover the toffee with sliced bananas and pour melted chocolate on top
7. Go crazy with whipped cream and add more melted chocolate or crush up and crumble a Cadbury Flake on top.

Heaven!
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hey people of crunchyroll!!

I am looking for recipes. You can post links to sites with good recipes or write it here, and please post a picture if one is available. Whether it's appetizers or main course or desserts or drinks or snacks, I don't care! if I like your recipe then I will make and post a picture of it afterword. I try to make something every week so please be patient And if you want to cook something and post the recipe, post a picture and/or write a review of how you made it and how it tasted and whether it met your expectations or not then fell free to do so. i will also post a picture and recipe every(or almost every week) of recipes I have done, whether or not they are on the forum.
And please try not to just post kid recipes like that a 7-year old can do, like chocolate brownies. And please you must post a recipe not just a title like a pie.

Thank you!


Why don't u make videos of it??? Seems like u want yo make this a possinle career choice...

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search the delectable hodgepodge on google and this website will pop up. it has really good dessert recipies.
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Simple French Toast

Incredibly delicious, yet so simple French Toast

In a large glass container, mix 3-4 Eggs and Milk*

*The amount of milk can be changed according to your "love" for Milk, 1/2 Glass - 2 Glass of Milk would be fine.

Than dip the slices of bread in the mixture, make sure the bread is completely covered with it.

Time for cooking, this part could be hard because you have to cook it perfectly, if you overcook a little it'll burn, if you dont cook enough it won't be nice.

You have 2 options to cook it,

- You can cook it in a Frying Pan, put some butter in it (Not much!) than keep the frying pan hot, and cook your slices of bread.

- You can cook it in the oven, just put the slices of bread in it with a glass container and baking paper, than cook it for a few minutes for around 180-190 centigrade degrees.

Mmmmh, you just cooked yourself French Toast

You can eat them with cheese, honey, any kind of jam etc. Enjoy!
Posted 7/22/11
Ohhhh well ill tell you how to make samosas/rolls

go get a bunch of ground beef or chicken---idk 3 lbs?
get some fozen vegetable of ur choice
get 1 shaan chiken biryani masala box
and 1 packet of egg shell pastry sheets---idk just ask the dude in the chinese store he'll show u

cook the vegetable seperately, or just simply boil them
cook the beef & chiken with the masala seprately
mix them together
get the pastry & make rolls

they taste awesome x.x

oh yeah u seal the rolls with a flour paste & freeze them before deep frying them
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