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Re: Cooking

Postby mancityfooty » Sat Feb 21, 2015 3:29 am

I wanted to make some pulled pork and found this recipe:
http://www.kevinandamanda.com/recipes/dinner/perfect-pulled-pork-slow-roasted-seasoned-savory.html
8 hours in a brine, and then usually about 12 hours in the oven.
It comes out like this:
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I've done it several times now and it comes out great every time.
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Re: Cooking

Postby Tuli » Wed Jul 29, 2015 4:43 pm

I made some homemade chicken nuggets today. Actually I've made them like this several times before and they turn out great every time! It's really easy.

What I used:
500g of chicken breast
1 egg
About a thumb-sized stick of ginger. A big, manly thumb!
A couple cloves of garlic
Breadcrumbs
Sesame seeds
Salt

So first, gotta cut the chicken into small nugget-sized pieces. Then grate the garlic and the ginger into a nice mush. Put the egg in a small bowl, add a teaspoon of salt and whisk for a bit. Then add the garlic and ginger and mix it all together. In a bigger bowl, put the breadcrumbs and sesame seeds for breading and mix. I like to use a bit of each but you can choose whichever. Now starts the labor-intensive part: gotta dip the chicken pieces in the egg mixture, then coat them with the breading (Plastic gloves would make this more pleasant). After that it's time to turn up the heat! I use only a bit of oil and fry them on the pan (not really into deep-frying). When you see one side is starting to get brown a bit, flip them over. When both sides are slightly browned, the meat should be fully cooked through. Serve with your dip of choice, my favorite for this is homemade sour cream garlic dip because I think the flavors mix nicely.

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Re: Cooking

Postby Andropov4 » Wed Jul 29, 2015 4:52 pm

I'm sure your chicken nuggets are delicious, but if they don't come in dinosaur shapes, I want nothing to do with them.
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Re: Cooking

Postby Tuli » Wed Jul 29, 2015 4:57 pm

That's the beauty of homemade chicken nuggets, you can make them in whatever shapes you want! ;)
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Re: Cooking

Postby BROWNRECLUSE » Mon Aug 24, 2015 1:23 am

This is one of the bunless burgers I made tonight:

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(From bottom to top)

A bed of tater tots
Sauteed mushrooms and onions
Sirloin burger, medium
Melted American cheese
Ketchup and Mustard
Tomato slice
Shredded iceberg
Bacon

And it was amazing.
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Re: Cooking

Postby MisterKrinkle » Fri Apr 15, 2016 5:39 pm

I'm going to be making crawfish cakes (like crab cakes but with crawfish tail meat) with parsnip fritters for a Boucherie my program is hosting. Then next Friday I'll be making prime rib chili for a chili cook off.

It's going to be extraordinarily fun, and I have lots of time to make my dishes perfect. There will be pictures coming soon.
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