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Cooking time revived!

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by GammaDeltaII, Jul 11, 2015.

  1. GammaDeltaII

    GammaDeltaII RiddleBox Senior Admin

    Added to the list @Trobon :)

    @ROYAL-WARRIOR The idea is that you post recipes of dishes you actually made yourself — with pictures of the result. Don't just post videos or links :)
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    ROYAL-WARRIOR Registered

    GammaDeltaII,I will kill u ingame dude,just come to cod4 server #1.

    Np...in consideration :).
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  3. Ganja Hero!

    Ganja Hero! Registered Donator

    Love this thread guys! I try to cook something homemade every day, and this gave me a whole bunch of new inspiration. Whenever I try something, I'll let you know how it turned out ;) I'll be posting some of my own recipes some time soon as well :)
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  4. -Sierra-

    -Sierra- Merciless Kickrighted

    you know @Ganja Hero! they are all awesome ^^ you can learn lot from all of them ,at least I learnt :)
  5. Ganja Hero!

    Ganja Hero! Registered Donator

    Okay, I promised I would so here goes! If you like this one I will make more - I enjoy cooking and do it a lot.

    Ratatouille from the oven - feeds 4 persons (or 3 hungry ones :p)
    Perfect for lunch! The garlic taste is very present and my co-workers avoided me the rest of the day .. ;)

    1 onion
    1 eggplant
    1 zucchini
    2 tomatoes
    Fresh thyme
    Balsamico vinegar
    Olive oil
    250 grams of spaghetti
    Fresh basil
    2 cloves of garlic
    150/200 grams of cottage cheese
    Optional: Parmesan cheese

    1. Preheat the oven at 220 degrees Celsius.
    2. Cut the eggplant and zucchini in half rings
    3. Peel the onion and cut the tomatoes and onion into chunks/parts
    4. Take the thyme and pull off the leaves
    5. Put the veggies together in an oven tray and mix with the balsamico vinegar, olive oil and thyme.
    6. Put in the middle of the oven and bake for 30 mins. Check halfway through and mix.
    7. In the meantime, cook the spaghetti according to the instructions. (For al dente, about 8 to 9 minutes)
    8. Cut the basil up and mix half of it with the cottage cheese. Add salt en pepper to taste.
    8. Cut the garlic in thin slices. Heat a frying pan with 2 table spoons of olive oil and cook until crispy and golden brown.
    9. Take the pasta out of the water, and let it leak. Afterwards, take the garlic (including the olive oil) and mix through the spaghetti.
    10. Plate with the spaghetti, veggies, a spoonful of cottage cheese and the rest of the basil. (Add parmesan to taste, if you like)


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  6. GammaDeltaII

    GammaDeltaII RiddleBox Senior Admin

    Classic Apple Pie

    Of course, no birthday without a pie. Here it is :)

    Number of people: depends on whether you want to share or not :D

    Time: I'd say about 2 hours (1 hour prep, 1 hour in the oven)

    Required ingredients:

    • Dough:
      • 300 gr flour
      • 100 gr sugar (or a little less, to your liking)
      • A little bit of vanilla sugar
      • 200 gr butter
      • 1 egg
      • 2 tbsp water
      • A pinch of salt
      • A little bit of lemon zest
    • Filling:
      • 5-6 big apples
      • 200 gr raisins
      • 100 gr sugar (or a little less, to your liking)
      • A little bit of vanilla sugar
      • 4 tsp cinnamon
      • A little bit of lemon juice
    • Other:
      • Egg yolk to cover the top
      • Some butter to grease the baking dish
      • Some flour to keep the dough from sticking to the table (or wherever you put it on)
    • Put the raisins in some tepid water
    • Mix all the ingredients for the dough, wrap the dough in foil and put it in the refrigerator for about 30 min
    • Meanwhile, peel the apples, cut them in quarters and remove the cores. Then slice the quarters.
    • Mix all ingredients for the filling
    • Start preheating the oven to 180°C
    • Get the dough from the refrigerator and keep 1/3 aside for the top. Roll the other 2/3 with a rolling pin until it fits the baking dish. (Alternatively, put the dough directly into the baking dish and push flat against the bottom and sides with your hands.) Remove excess dough from the edges and use wherever needed (if you have some thin parts). Remember to grease the baking dish before you put the dough in.
    • Add the filling and press firmly (to get the apple slices close together, so it doesn't fall apart when you cut the pie later)
    • Roll the other 1/3 of the dough flat and cut into long ±1.5 cm wide strips to make a lattice work crust for the top
    • Cover the top with some egg yolk (mixed with a little bit of cream if you like)
    • Put the pie in the oven for about an hour and let it cool down

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    Yummy! :p
    Last edited: Aug 6, 2017
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  7. lifeboy

    lifeboy I Will Be Watching You Banrighted Donator

    Gamma stop cooking? :D

    for 1 serving

    ½ cup chocolate hazelnut spread
    2 eggs

    Preheat the oven to 375˚F (190˚C).
    Separate the egg yolks from the egg whites and place into two bowls.
    Mix the chocolate hazelnut spread into the bowl with the egg yolks.
    In the second bowl, whisk 2 egg whites until stiff peaks form.
    Fold ⅓ of the whipped egg whites into the chocolate/egg yolk mixture until fully incorporated. Add the remaining egg whites to the mixture and fold gently, but thoroughly, until the mixture is smooth.
    Pour the mixture into a greased ramekin. Clean the rims so the soufflé rises evenly, and bake for 15-17 minutes.
    Serve immediately.
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  8. GammaDeltaII

    GammaDeltaII RiddleBox Senior Admin

    @lifeboy Did you actually make this or are you just copy-pasting recipes? xD
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  9. lifeboy

    lifeboy I Will Be Watching You Banrighted Donator

    I am Food Lover xD
    Next Time I will Post Photos Here T_T
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  10. redzYe

    redzYe I'm like Bond! Kickrighted Warteam Member Donator


    Just ate that, added some eggs other then that I used your receipt... Awesome dish ;)

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  11. GammaDeltaII

    GammaDeltaII RiddleBox Senior Admin

    Looks good! Well done! :D I think you are the first to actually try a recipe — or at least the first to share the result :p
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  12. Shaikan

    Shaikan FAPRighted Member

    dont make me eat pixels :$
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  13. redzYe

    redzYe I'm like Bond! Kickrighted Warteam Member Donator

    It does look as tasty as it is, I had to try it. :)
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  14. redzYe

    redzYe I'm like Bond! Kickrighted Warteam Member Donator

    Since I got inspired by the dish of @GammaDeltaII, I changed a few things

    Penne with Bacon and Mozzarella

    Ingredients :

    - Penne
    - bacon cubes
    - 1 onion
    - Fresh leek onion
    - Fresh basil
    - Baby Mozzarella
    - 3 cloves garlic
    - Red Bell pepper
    - Cocktail tomatoes
    - Olive oil
    - Tomato paste
    - 3 eggs

    I could tell you the amount of what I used but actually I'm more the spontaneous cook so.....I forgot....

    Time: well actually I am a Very organized cook, but to use the words of my wife... I am very slow..
    Guess 40 min or so..

    • Cook the penne
    • Cut the onion in half rings, cut the leek onion in small pieces, cut the bell pepper in small pieces, cut the cocktail tomatoes in quarter pieces, cut the garlic (I'll squeeze it later on), wash the basil
    • Fry the bacon cubes in some olive oil a few minutes, after that add the onion (I added a little bit of tomato paste, for the taste)
    • Then add the bell pepper,the leek onions, the eggs as well as the squeezed garlic and stir-fry
    • Add the cocktail tomatoes sliced in quarter pieces, the baby mozzarella as well as the basil leaves
    • At the end mix it with the penne and season it to your liking

    Here the result :


    Once again, thanks to gamma :)
    Basically this is your dish :p

    Btw freaking took me ages to type this on the phone..
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