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    Ingredients
    1.5 lbs chicken drums
    3/4 cup water
    1 cup snap peas
    1 cup sliced carrot

    Mix Thickening:
    1 Tbs cornstarch
    2 Tbs water

    Condiments
    Mix Sauce:
    1/4 cup soy sauce
    1 Tbs dry sherry
    1 Tbs brown sugar
    Dash rice wine vinegar

    2 Tbs peanut oil for frying
    2 scallions
    4 cloves garlic, crushed
    fresh ginger root

    Method
    1. Heat deep skillet (350° F). Add oil. Quick fry chicken until golden brown.
    2. Drain excess oil. Add scallions, garlic, and ginger, and quick fry with chicken for 2 minutes.
    3. Add sauce and mix well with chicken.
    4. Add water. Bring to a boil.
    5. Add snap peas and carrots
    6. Simmer for 40 minutes with the cover on.
    7. Add thickening and stir for 2 minutes.

    I serve this on rice. Very tasty.

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    Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has contributed to this. I've used tons of recipes from here and I'm very happy.

    Once again thank you

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    Has a lot of different recipes. Some are a little advanced but still reasonable

    http://video.nytimes.com/video/playl...323/index.html

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    Saw a friend make these, pretty easy. It's more of a snack than a meal, but it's quick and quick is good. Mini wheat thin pizzas:

    *Wheat thins
    *Mozzarella Cheese
    *Tomato Sauce
    *Pepperoni

    Put wheat thins on a plate, all next to eachother. Take a spoon and put just a dab of tomato sauce on each wheat thin. Sprinkle cheese over everything, and add pepperoni if you want, 1 per wheat thin. Microwave till the cheese melts, usually 15-20 seconds.
    -Sig

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    Sausage, Pepper, Onion over rice

    Take two hot italian sausages and quickly grill them (not all the way just enough so you can cut them up and they will be firm)

    mean while, cut up some onions, and bell peppers (i like red and orange). Saute them in a pan over medium heat and add cut italian sausage.

    after peppers and onions are cooked, add some spaghetti sauce, cover and let simmer for 5 mins

    while that is simmering make some minute rice and serve this delicious sausage, pepper, and onion mixture over top of that rice.

    Really easy to make and is very delicious.

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    Stuffed Pork Loin

    The Stuffing:
    Mix 1 cup of riccotta, 1 cup baby spinach and 5 ounces of artichokes (drained)

    The pork
    a two pound loin should be plenty
    butterfly it
    spread the stuffing on one side
    roll it up
    tie it so it doesnt fall apart in the oven
    brush outside with olive oil
    salt and pepper it...maybe some garlic powder
    roasting pan for 25-30 mins...voila!

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    Quick & Easy Lemony Chicken
    You need:

    Chicken breasts/ boneless/skinless
    1 can of cream of chicken soup
    1/2 of a can of milk and 1/2 a can of water
    spices of your choosing
    1 lemon
    1 tsp garlic
    1 tsp oil
    rice- whatever kind youd like
    some sort of side veggie if you want.

    and about 10-15 minutes.


    This is a super easy recipe, and pretty quick too. You can add whatever you like for whatever kind of taste you'd like... This is just sort of a base recipe.. Might be good with curry, or something spicy?

    Usually I'd use like 2-4 chicken breasts, but since it was just me eating, I only used one in this one, if you use more chicken the sauce would be thicker. I added some flour in the later stage of cooking (should have added earlier but oh well) because I wanted to thicken the sauce a little more. You dont have to add flour if you're using more than 1 breast.


    First cube your chicken into small pieces... I guess 1 inch cubes.
    Brown the chicken in a pan with a little bit of olive oil.




    Once almost cooked through, add the juice from half of a lemon and about a teaspoon of garlic. You can add more lemon to this dish later if you dont think it's lemony enough.



    Add one small can of cream of chicken soup. I used reduced fat/no name... you can also use cream of broccoli, or cream of mushroom soup, for a different taste.
    Also add 1/2 of a can of milk and 1/2 of a can of water to this.



    Stir well.




    Have a glass of while while you wait for this to reduce a little...



    Meanwhile I cooked my rice, and prepared my veggie of choice... Broccoli.



    steaming...




    Played with my kitten... tee he...




    It's done when it's thickened and the chicken's cooked. Add whatever spices you'd like. I just added some basil, parsley, and pepper... But you can add whatever makes you happy.
    I also add about 1 tbsp of butter or margerine before serving... to the chicken/sauce...



    Just put it on a plate, over rice... and you're done!



    Delicious!

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    So i got some deer meat today. back leg cuts. about 3 or 4 of them. ive never cooked deer before. i cut one one of them up and pounded it down with a bottle of hotsauce, salt, pepper, flour and then fried them up in mah cast iron skillet with olive oil. it was tasty.
    what im asking is for either a deer chili rec or maybe some other rec.
    i appreciate it.

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    Nice pics Flightless

    I need a cam I'm gonna make that for sure this week, but I think I'm gonna casserole'ize it by mixing the chicken, sauce, and broccoli all together and then bake it

    Anyways, here's a simple yet VERY tasty spaghetti i've been making recently quite often when I have company over...

    Ingredients
    2 Tsp extra virgin olive oil
    1/2 lb. Lean Ground Beef
    1/2 lb Lean Ground Pork
    1 medium onion, diced
    1 Tbsp. minced ginger
    3-5 cloves garlic, crushed and sliced thinly
    1/2 to 1 cup diced, fresh basil. (It’s your call. I usually use close to a cup)
    1/2 cup red wine. (Good enough quality to drink)
    1/2 Tsp. Salt
    1/2 Tsp. Cracked Black Pepper
    1 28 oz. can crushed or diced tomatoes.
    1 t lemon juice (optional)
    1/4 Cup Parmesan Cheese

    Add meat and ginger to pan and cook until brown. Drain excess fat and remove meat from pan.

    Leave the pan dirty with flavour from the meat and sauté onions in olive oil over low heat, covered, for 10-12 minutes.

    Add garlic and basil, re-cover, for another 5 minutes or so.

    Add meat back in the pan.
    Uncover and add wine. Reduce by about half.

    Add tomatoes, S & P, and simmer for 15 minutes. You can reduce the sauce further and intensify the flavour.

    Add the lemon juice about 3-4 minutes before finishing.

    Fresh Italian Parsley can be added at the end if you like it.

    Serve over cooked spaghetti.

    Top with Parmesan Cheese.

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    chicken and noodles

    bag of wide egg noodles
    can of cream of chicken soup
    can of chicken with broth

    cook noodles and strain
    add cream of chicken soup and can of chicken with the broth
    stir thoroughly and serve

    super easy chicken and noodles

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    Beth's Crock Pot Black Bean Chicken Recipe
    *3 Boneless, skinless chicken breasts, frozen
    *About 3/4 cup of black beans, more or less depending on your taste***
    *Half a packet of taco seasoning
    *One can of diced tomatoes with green chilies (RoTel tomatoes work great.)
    Feeds 4-5 people, or 2 people and plenty for leftovers for the week.
    Put black beans in bottom of crock-pot.
    Place frozen chicken on top of beans.
    Sprinkle with taco seasoning. (Use as much or as little as you want, according to your taste.)
    Pour can of tomatoes with juice over chicken.
    Cook 8-10 hours on low.
    Shred chicken with forks and stir with beans and tomatoes.
    Serve with rice and make into burritos, or make a chicken salad!

    I made this last night. I fucked it up and accidentally threw in General TSu chicken or some other shit I wasn't paying attention and it looked like a taco seasoning pack. Chicken is crazy tender and juicy.

    When I finish it I am gona make it with taco seasoning and see if it is even better.

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    -FISH STEW-

    This was SOOOOOO FUCKING GOOD.

    Ingredients
    6 Tbsp olive oil
    1 med white onion
    2 large garlic cloves, chopped
    2/3 cup fresh parsley, chopped
    1 cup of fresh chopped tomato (about 1 medium sized tomato) or 14.5 oz diced tomato with juice
    2 tbs of tomato paste.
    8 oz of clam juice (or shellfish stock)
    2/3 to 1 cup dry white wine
    1 1/2 lb fish fillets (use halibut, cod, sole, red snapper, sea bass), cut into 2-inch pieces and dusted with cajun seasoning
    Touch of dry oregano, Tabasco, thyme, pepper
    Salt
    Method

    1 Heat olive oil in heavy large pot or Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add chopped onion and garlic and sauté 4 minutes. Add parsley and stir 2 minutes. Add tomato, tomato paste and cook 2 minutes longer.

    2 Add clam juice, dry white wine, and fish and simmer until fish is cooked through, less than 10 minutes. Add seasoning. Salt to taste. Ladle into bowls and serve. Cut up some crusty bread of your liking do soak up the juices.
    Last edited by 05m0515; 3/28/2009 at 1:48 am.

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    I made stuffed cabbage or a varaint I guess of it.

    I can't roll cabbage and do not want to go through all that effort.

    So I made mine this way
    Medium head of cabage I used probably 2/3rds of it
    ~1lb of venison (ground beef will do)
    25oz can of tomato sauce
    1/4 of a medium onion
    rice

    cooked the meat and onion, put them in a crock pot with the chopped cabbage.
    Poured the can of tomato sauce on top and mixed.
    Seasoned with salt and pepper.

    Let it cook about 3 hours on high.
    Added rice, I just eyed it you do not want a ton of rice but some in every bite.
    Cooked it about 25 minutes. Rice is still pretty crunchy so it gives a nice texture.

    Really really good and easy.

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    Salmon Sandwich
    Really easy (takes about 10min)

    Ingredients:
    Frozen Salmon burger patty (costco)
    Fresh Spinach
    English Muffin
    Balsamic Vinegar
    Some Cheese (anything but kraft)

    Instructions:
    Start cooking the burger in a pan (cast iron works well). Resist flipping the patty initially
    Rinse the spinach
    Split the english muffin and toast
    When the salmon is almost done melt the cheese on the patty
    Put Salmon on english muffin and top with spinach
    drizzle a little balsamic over spinach top with other side of english muffin
    FIN

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    hopefully i will have an apartment on campus next year. i will probably live off of this thread

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    Thai Peanut Pasta

    Made this for lunch. It's reallllllllllllly fucking good. I'll put down approxamate amounts because i just eyeball all the ingredients.

    Pasta
    -Linguine

    Sauce
    -1/4 cup peanut butter or more
    -2 Tbs Sambal Olek or Sriracha (def better with sambal olek)
    -1/4 cup soy sauce
    -minced garlic
    -minced cilantro
    -rice wine vinegar (add to taste, i add a healthy amount if it's too sweet and not tangy enough)
    -2-3 tsp fish sauce (optional)
    -water (add as much as you want for desired sauce thickness. i used about a half cup probably more)

    meat
    -chicken breast cut into small pieces

    method
    -combine ingredients to make sauce and simmer until combined. taste and adjust to your liking if its not hot enough, not tangy enough, etc...

    -cook chicken in pan then place into sauce. the chicken absorbs alot of flavor this way. continue to simmer the sauce on low heat.

    -cook noodles, drain and rinse and toss with the sauce/chicken mixture.

    -top with more cilantro and crushed peanuts if you want. I added some quartered pickled hot red peppers too.

    I've made this a few times and people are alawys blown away by it.

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    Poor Mans Shepherds Pie

    Ingredients-
    Can of beef stew (Dinty Moore)
    Potatoes (about 5 russets)

    Topping-
    Cook potatoes in boiling water until soft
    Mash potatoes mixing in a little butter and milk.
    Set aside

    Filling-
    Warm stew.


    Put the stew in an oven safe dish. Decoratively cover the stew with the mashed potatoes. Put in a 300 degree oven until all the ingredients are warmed thoroughly. Turn the oven to broil and lightly brown the potatoes. Quick and tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05m0515 View Post
    Thai Peanut Pasta

    Made this for lunch. It's reallllllllllllly fucking good. I'll put down approxamate amounts because i just eyeball all the ingredients.

    Pasta
    -Linguine

    Sauce
    -1/4 cup peanut butter or more
    -2 Tbs Sambal Olek or Sriracha (def better with sambal olek)
    -1/4 cup soy sauce
    -minced garlic
    -minced cilantro
    -rice wine vinegar (add to taste, i add a healthy amount if it's too sweet and not tangy enough)
    -2-3 tsp fish sauce (optional)
    -water (add as much as you want for desired sauce thickness. i used about a half cup probably more)

    meat
    -chicken breast cut into small pieces

    method
    -combine ingredients to make sauce and simmer until combined. taste and adjust to your liking if its not hot enough, not tangy enough, etc...

    -cook chicken in pan then place into sauce. the chicken absorbs alot of flavor this way. continue to simmer the sauce on low heat.

    -cook noodles, drain and rinse and toss with the sauce/chicken mixture.

    -top with more cilantro and crushed peanuts if you want. I added some quartered pickled hot red peppers too.

    I've made this a few times and people are alawys blown away by it.
    trying this out when i get back to school. my friends been bitching about going to a thai restaurant so ill just make this for her.

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    going to try the fish stew and stuffed cabbage recipe

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    i'm closing this thread because it's gotten really big, and it's not so useful as a megathread. from now on, create your own thread in this forum.. your recipes will get more attention, and searching will be more useful. post pictures for extra awesome!

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