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Posted 2/26/08
I know one
egg with salt put the salt while egg is cooking its really good
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Posted 2/26/08

lee4lyf wrote:

Yeah, does anyone have a SIMPLE recipe that can be done by newbies like me???


A microwaved cheese sandwich?

(Bread)
[Cheese]
(Bread)

thats the order than you microwave for 30 seconds :D

jk...Here's a crepe recipe

Hope this is easy enough :/ ....

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Spread flour on around the bottom of the tray so that it's non stick
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Posted 2/27/08
my own experiment: ^_^ nyahaha... ^_^

Green fried eggs: *im not kidding...*

-2 eggs
-green onion *leaf of the onion*
-salt
-pepper

*you need a blender for this*

Cut the white part out of the green onion, slice the green part into small pieces, then put it in the blender.
then put the 2 eggs *w/o the shells, K?!* , put just a pinch of pepper and maybe 1/4 of a teaspoon of salt... ^_^
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Posted 2/27/08

JpAnim4 wrote:

I was wondering....does anyone have any recipes that include instant ramen? Also, a recipe for dangos?


Aw.....noone answered.
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Posted 2/27/08

aznebayshopper wrote:


lee4lyf wrote:

Yeah, does anyone have a SIMPLE recipe that can be done by newbies like me???


A microwaved cheese sandwich?

(Bread)
[Cheese]
(Bread)

thats the order than you microwave for 30 seconds :D

jk...Here's a crepe recipe

Hope this is easy enough :/ ....

Tip for cookies/cakes
Spread flour on around the bottom of the tray so that it's non stick


thanks a lot for sharing
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Posted 2/29/08
OMG I TRIED ALOT OF THESE RECIPES!!!
I LOOKZ AND TASTE GOOD!!!!!!
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Posted 2/29/08

lee4lyf wrote:

Yeah, does anyone have a SIMPLE recipe that can be done by newbies like me???


i'm a newbie too haha and i made up a recipe for 'pasta alfredo' since all the ones i saw were kinda complicated or too many ingredients.

you'll need: *NOTE: i easily forget to measure these so i kinda estimated how much i'll use*
- pasta (enough for 2-3 people)
- table cream (a small can)
- milk (like 2 cups)
- butter
- bacon/crab imitations/sausage whatever u like
- lots of garlic
- pepper
- lots and lots of cheese

procedure:
- boil the [pasta] in water with a little bit of salt

- in a pan, melt the butter then cook the [bacon/crab imitations/sausage whatever u like] then add [garlic] don't let it burn though. pour the [milk] and [table cream] and stir continously until it's thicker then add the [cheese] and [pepper]. let it cook until it looks like those thick pasta sauces. mix in the cooked [pasta] then serve.

WARNING: this might not help you and be pissed at me since my measurements are worthless. don't hate me lol >.<
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Posted 2/29/08

addicted2chocolate wrote:


lee4lyf wrote:

Yeah, does anyone have a SIMPLE recipe that can be done by newbies like me???


i'm a newbie too haha and i made up a recipe for 'pasta alfredo' since all the ones i saw were kinda complicated or too many ingredients.

you'll need: *NOTE: i easily forget to measure these so i kinda estimated how much i'll use*
- pasta (enough for 2-3 people)
- table cream (a small can)
- milk (like 2 cups)
- butter
- bacon/crab imitations/sausage whatever u like
- lots of garlic
- pepper
- lots and lots of cheese

procedure:
- boil the [pasta] in water with a little bit of salt

- in a pan, melt the butter then cook the [bacon/crab imitations/sausage whatever u like] then add [garlic] don't let it burn though. pour the [milk] and [table cream] and stir continously until it's thicker then add the [cheese] and [pepper]. let it cook until it looks like those thick pasta sauces. mix in the cooked [pasta] then serve.

WARNING: this might not help you and be pissed at me since my measurements are worthless. don't hate me lol >.<


thanks a lot....trully appreciate it
Posted 3/1/08
It anyone know how to make mochi?
Posted 3/2/08

xSmileyGirlx wrote:

OMG I TRIED ALOT OF THESE RECIPES!!!
I LOOKZ AND TASTE GOOD!!!!!!


have you tried my recipe?
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Posted 3/2/08
yep its good xD
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Posted 3/4/08
Crème Brulee (Makes 6)

Custard bit

600ml/1pint double cream

6 egg yolks

4 level teaspoons cornflour

2 tablespoons caster sugar

6 drops vanilla extract

Caramel bit


110g/4oz granulated sugar

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Start the day before you want to eat them

1. Get six ramekin dishes out

2. Tip the cream into a pan and start to heat it gently

3. Meantime, mix the egg yolks, cornflour, caster sugar and vanilla extract in a large bowl.

4. Increase heat under the cream till it's just bubbling up to boil. Once there, pour it in with the egg mix, stirring all the time with a wooden spoon. That way it shouldn't get lumpy.

5. Tip this cream back into the pan. Heat it very gently while stirring until it thickens up. This should take a couple of minutes. If it looks like it might start to break up then take it off the heat and beat with your spoon till it's creamy again.

6. Pour equal amounts into each ramekin. Leave them to cool, then stick them into the fridge overnight. Or do this in the morning for that evening's eating.

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On the day

1. Do this at least 1 hour before you want to eat: Tip the granulated sugar into a heavy bottomed pan. Now, put it on a really low heat for between 10-15 minutes. You want it to melt into a liquid caramel. Gentle heating does the trick. Too much and you'll burn it!! *O* Don't stir your sugar or it wont work. Just tip the pan from side to slide a bit sometimes and watch its progress.


2. When all the sugar's dissolved get the dishes from the fridge. Once the syrup is clear then pour it very carefully over the top of each one to cover the surface. The stuffs red hot so don't spill it on yourself!~

3. Let the caramel harden for 5 mins or so before you eat it.

~It's not that complicated, really xD
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Posted 3/11/08

JpAnim4 wrote:


JpAnim4 wrote:

I was wondering....does anyone have any recipes that include instant ramen? Also, a recipe for dangos?


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I've got one. its fairly simple. Only a slight change in the way you prepare the noodles. Basicly, you cook the noodles like usual(its important NOT to add the flavoring untill after the noodles are done.) So, you boil the noodles till they are to your liking, and drain most of the water off. (not all of it. I'd say keep about 1/2 cup water.) Once you've done this, add the flavoring and mix it well. What this does, it by reducing the amount of water, you make a sauce out of the flavoring. Instead of eating the noodles like a soup.

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Posted 3/13/08
instant yeast is good for flavoured bread but good plain sandwhich bread needs twice as much time to rise so u mite as well use normal yeast
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Posted 3/14/08
Can somebody teach me how to make curry? A lot of people say that it's really good.
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