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 No.833[Reply]

Last night I made Tuna steaks, broccoli and yellow peppers sauteed in soy sauce, fried brussel sprouts topped with kewpie, some kimchi, and a fried tortilla.
All washed down with a golden sip.
What did you have for dinner?
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 No.1033

>>1032
>Ever wonder why that orange pasta sauce you get in restaurants tastes so good?
The restaurants where I live usually don't have orange sauce for pasta, but usually the answer to "why does this taste better in a restaurant" are copious amounts of cream, salt and butter incorporated into the dish. Msg too sometimes.
Your sauce looks great though, would love to have some of that.

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Vegan all the way! Tofu, potatoes, peanuts and lots of spices - the white stuff is rice!

 No.1035

>>1034
cute keyboard!

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>>1034
>the white stuff is rice!


looks good though

 No.1040

>>1032
if you see an orange sauce it could use mozzarella, marscapone, cream, creme fraiche, basically any creamy dairy product. Personally, i love marscapone.



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 No.134[Reply]

sup sushirolls upload your cookbook pdfs, tasty recipes, and pics of recipes you've made here!
if you think cooking is not awesome go watch shokugeki no souma
>pic check out the castiron takoyaki pan i found

i'll start

heres a torrent for the modernist cuisine book series pdfs
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heres a book on the science of cooking
https://mega.nz/#!hYRS0bIL!UwaP9XA-MykP-JkheBMniD-x8RQBJ_kJyir0PLuhIUQ

heres another book on japanese bbq/grill
https://p.fuwafuwa.moe/jjjapm.epub

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 No.814

>>812
lol
to be fair, my friends are incredibly picky eaters. Which makes me sad, I never get to go out to cool restaurants with them.

 No.815

>>813
No, I'm not that ignorant, I know apple pie is an American thing. I just also know that offal is not really considered something you eat in the Anglosphere for some inane reason. I guess it's not fair to rag on Americans for that, they inherited the British penchant for absolute shit taste.

>>814
What do you mean by cool restaurants tho? Even if you only eat steak and stuff there's plenty of great ones, almost no matter where you are.

 No.816

>>815
>I just also know that offal is not really considered something you eat in the Anglosphere for some inane reason.
Yeah I want to cook with it some more. It's very cheap and makes cooking fun when it's something you've never had.
>What do you mean by cool restaurants tho?
Just like, any kind of foreign cuisine really. Steaks or pizza or whatever is fine, but I'd like someone to go get sushi with or something y'know

 No.817

>>815
Taste is subjective, roll.

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- 1 head of cauliflower
- 5 to 6 eggs, hard boiled
- 1 small onion
- 1 clove of garlic
- 1/2 to 1 cup of mayo
- salt, pepper, vinegar, dashi powder, dill
- olive oil

Cut and crumble up the cauliflower, add a splash of oil and mix well with salt and pepper. Bake it for 15min at 230°C (446°F) on a baking sheet. Meanwhile boil the eggs hard, put them in cold water with some baking soda, after peeling the shell off put them in another bowl ow water with some vinegar. Let everything cool down and mix it in a large bowl (without the water but) with a fork. Very finely chop the onion (or grate it), grate the garlic, add dill, dashi, vinegar, salt and pepper to taste (it should be quite spicy). Lastly add the mayonnaise.



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 No.254[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What do you guys eat for breakfast?

i usually eat fried eggs, coffee with milk and sometimes i buy something to eat at uni
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 No.1004

recently i am a big believer in the humble fried egg on rice with laoganma

 No.1005

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I usually make tuna and cream cheese sandwiches, with protein shakes (I add bananas, blueberry or strawberries). I also usually have oatmeal for breakfast and what I can never miss in my breakfast is an boiled egg.

 No.1006

Depending on how late I wake up and if/when I work that day, sometimes I will throw some frozen hashbrowns in the oven, sometimes I will eat breakfast at the work cafeteria, sometimes I will skip breakfast, or sometimes I will have some hot food at 7-Eleven on the way to work. Occasionally I will make scrambled eggs with cheddar at home for breakfast. If I am being especially lazy at home but still want eggs, poached eggs with toast is nice too.

I live in a cramped apartment with many roommates and a small kitchen, so working much in the kitchen can be annoying; I mostly save that for days I am on dinner duty.

 No.1037

Just 2 packets of sweet porridge

 No.1038

On good days I usually a tiny vanilla birthday snack cake from the convenience store. Most days I don't eat till 4pm and its usually pizza or some chicken tenders from my job



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 No.1[Reply]

Obligatory sushi thread time.
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 No.1027

>>1026
is that corn???

 No.1028

>>1027
Yes, corn with cream. Apparently it's popular in Japan.

 No.1029

>>1028
ehhh
can't say it appeals to me

 No.1030

>>1026
id eat that

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 No.1016[Reply]

post your boydinners! there's no shame in a meal that Just Werks™.
"what is a boydinner", you ask? Barbarically simple but effective meals that you'd only eat on your own. Mine tonight was two pork loins with a handful of cheese cubes.

despite the name, non-boys are (obviously) welcome to share as well.

 No.1018

this is just a worse version of girldinner!!

 No.1019

>>1018
exactly. that's where the term came from! :)

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 No.1020[Reply]

Let's all love ginger.

Do you like ginger? How do you prepare ginger? Do you store fresh ginger or are you okay with using it dried/powdered? Do you make ginger ointment, candles or anything else? Tell me all about ginger!

 No.1021

Grated ginger with honey on buttered bread. Do it!

The ginger combines with the honey into some sort of ginger jam and mixes with the butter if you toast your bread. It's really great in the morning to get that slight sugar rush and an extra kick from the ginger. The taste is based on the butter and bread, while the ginger and honey lay the middle ground and reach up into the higher ends of your palate.

Goes well with earl grey tea.

 No.1022

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I use the squeeze ginger sometimes in cooking.

 No.1023

Candied ginger must taste amazing, woah.

 No.1024

>>1023
I remember trying it as a kid and saying it tasted like a Christmas tree



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 No.23[Reply]

Can we talk about dishes that don't require a lot of effort to cook?
Do you have some tips to make a relatively simple dish taste great, or maybe enhance something that doesn't even need to cooked?
For example, for the most delicious cheese toast ever, try to spread a layer thin or thick, don't be afraid to experiment!
of mayo on a slice of bread should be a really soft type of bread, white farmhouse is perfect. Avoid thin slices then cook on a frying pan with the mayo facing down. While the breads cooks, put the cheese on it so it can melt. Fry until the mayo side is of a golden color. Do the same for the other slice of bread.

I dunno if anyone else knew about this, most people just build the sandwich and pop it in the oven.
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 No.786

pasta is my go to when i need to eat something. its pretty low cost, tasty, and easy to make. i just grab some bologna or ham, cut it into pieces, stir fry with some cabbage and onions, and prepare the pasta with a bit of olive oil.

other times i just get some canned sardines with tomato sauce, heat the sauce and sardines in a pan with some onions and peppers, and toss it in the pasta with some pecorino cheese. takes less than 12min.

burgers are also quite easy and quick to make, and you can get pretty creative with them.

 No.892

I've got 3 extremely low effort meals here

Everyday nachos
I find nachos with veggies like tomato, onion, olives, and peppers are really nice, but it takes a while to cut up all the veg and clean up after. So what I do is on the weekend cut a lot of veg mix and put it in the fridge, then during the week all I have to do is throw everything together and cook! I also use pre shredded bagged cheese, but you could prep grated cheese same as the veg.

Canned soup rice medley
This is very easy if you have a rice maker. Just cook rice and then mix in canned soup with it. I find chunky beef, chili, and chicken soups without noodles work really well. I recommend wild grain rice. You can also throw some veg from the nacho mix on top if you are doing that as well.

No cook oat mix
This is one of my fav meals it's so easy and quick. You mix one or two cups of quick or minute oats, one cup of trail mix (get stuff with dried strawberries if you can find it), 1/2 to 1 cup of skim milk powder, and a pinch of salt. Add water until it gets to a consistency you like and eat. I think it's cool because all the ingredients are dried so it works well as a camping or hiking food, but really I just like how fast it is ready and how little work it is.

 No.893

>>746
Oyasumi Pudding is a good band name www

 No.1015

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i'm a gymbro and also don't like cooking complicated meals so i've got plenty. here's a few:

breakfast (outside of just fried egg and toast): i love making breakfast burritos. cook sausage in a pan, and just before it's done add whipped egg, salt/pepper, and whatever veggies or other additives you want. i like to do mushrooms and diced tomato. only takes one pan and you can make a decent amount in one go. egg sandwiches are simple too. boil 2-3 eggs, peel them, mash them in a bowl with mayo or cream cheese, put em on toast with cheese. for a sweeter breakfast, greek yogurt with honey and berries is always good.

lunch: chicken/pork salad or wraps. the only thing you have to cook is the meat, everything else is just refrigerated and put straight in. i like doing chicken salad with leaf spinach, cheese, mushrooms, croutons, and a dressing. wraps are basically the same thing just in a low-carb wrap.

dinner: if i don't make anything listed above i like to do chicken/pork with rice (classic gymbro move) but i always cook my rice in chicken broth. makes it taste better for basically no extra work or calories. baked mac n cheese is also nice as you can do it without a roux instead substituting it for egg, milk, and cheese and it'll saucify in the oven. you can also add meats and veggies to this.

 No.1017

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doushigatai special recipes for when you're alone:

Seafood Pasta with White Sauce
Boil noodles & strain. Add canned fish and pickled vegetables or olives. Stir in some mayonnaise. (can also be served with rice or bread instead of noodles)

Brothless Egg Ramen
Boil instant ramen noodles and 1-3 cracked eggs in a pot. Strain. Transfer to a plate or bowl and mix in about half the seasoning packet. Drink lots of water with this.

(moderate effort variation) - Boil chopped cabbage with the noodles/egg, and instead of the seasoning packet, mix some soy sauce, mayonnaise, horseradish, mustard, and ground peppercorn for that ippei-chan yakisoba flavor.

Microwaved Stuff on Rice
Soup? Chili? Lentils? Vegetables? Fish? If it comes in a can, it's probably good if you heat it up and mix it with some rice. Add mayonnaise as needed.

Chicken Thigh Stir Fry (moderate effort & requires 2 pots or pans)
Pan fry chicken thighs (real ones, not the boneless/skinless crap) in cooking oil and soy sauce. Boil frozen vegetables. Add vegetables to chicken after they are boiled and the chicken is cooked. Season with spicy pepper. Serve on rice or noodles, or eat with bread. Good thighs will have a little blood around the bones even when fully cooked so don't worry about it.
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 No.755[Reply]

Hello there dear sushis!!
have you ever try making curry? do you have a favorite recipe? spicy or sweet? any good advice for curry?

>lately i'm very into making the le blanc curry but i want to use a good coffee and chocolate.
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 No.917

I make Rajma Marsala as well as curries with tofu, chickpeas, and lentils. I've also made Japanese curry two times now. The first time was with a beef substitute, which was okay. I didn't particularly like it. The second time was with fried tofu. That was also okay, but it took way too much effort. I also changed up the recipe from the standard box curry to one that included ginger, garlic, and a very ripe banana, smashed in there. Next one's gonna be tofu again, but I'm going to crush all the water and crumble it in. I really like the potatoes, but not much crowding the curry. From what I see in other people's images, that's the right way to do it. I still think I'd like it a lot more with the crumbled tofu. Then, I'll probably add a grated apple, chocolate, or something else. Probably not at once, of course. I'm also seeing how well it freezes. I'm going to unfreeze my Japanese curry and see how it lasted.

I still prefer regular, Indian curry more. Japanese curry seems to be a pale comparison of Indian curry. Like, you can tell it's curry, but there's something off about it. I usually do potatoes, carrots, and mushrooms to my curry, by the way. It'll be fun to experiment more with different vegetables, too. Japanese curry might not be like Indian curry, but it's charming with its variety.

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I made some curry with chicken katsu the other day, it was excellent!

 No.1012

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>>1011
Looks so good! :3

 No.1013

>>1011
that looks amazing, cook for me please!

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 No.922[Reply]

Happy Christmas!
It's that time of year again! What sweet treats will you eat this Christmas? Do you follow the traditions or are you preparing something unconventional and fancy?

 No.923

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My wife is preparing a Swiss roll this year. I've been asking her to make Stollen for the past few years, welp, maybe next year. She did look up the recipy this year, though, we're getting close.
I love her baking anyway, no matter what she prepares.

 No.924

My mom and I always bake lots of cookies
My favorites are cinnamon stars and marzipan hearts!

 No.926

>>924
Mmmmmmm marzipan. So underrated

 No.999

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I'm mostly into cookies. Simple christmas cookies are great. I make them every year without the frosting, because then they become too sweet. Spice speculoo cookies are my favourite in the stores. They go so well with milk tea or coffee. Vanillekipferl (vanilla flavoured crescent cookies) can be incredibly delicious, however they have to be freshly baked.



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 No.986[Reply]

>beef "well"ington
>cooked rare
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 No.992

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Grilled cheese.
I'm not from the USA, so let me take you on my voyage of discovery.
Where I'm from a grill is a hot element, usually built in to your oven, that cooks things from above with radiant heat.
Cheese on toast, cooked under a grill is common here. So when I heard people talking about grilled cheese I imagined it was similar.

But then I saw it and realised no, this isn't mere cheese on toast. There are two layers of bread, a whole sandwich.
This hot cheesy concoction is what I would call a toastie. I wouldn't ideally use the grill, but it works well enough.
Mystery solved, until I found out that what I call a grill is known as a broiler in most of the USA.
And it's not a broiled cheese, so how is it cooked?
I asked a friend, what do they call a grill?
They explained it's a hot flamey contraption with a wire rack over it that you use outside.
Aha, a barbecue I thought!
But surely you wouldn't barbecue a sandwich.
So, I ask, how do you cook a grilled cheese?
It's fried, they reply.
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 No.993

>chicken fried steak
No he fucking didn't

 No.994

>>992
Alton Brown attempted to solve this issue.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RllWJUvrxEY

 No.995

>>992
In a fryer?

 No.996

>>995
That's a montecristo



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