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    Cookin' ponx!

    Right!
    Made some tasty Black Eyed Pea cakes the other night and you have to make some too if you know what's good for you.
    1 teaspoon olive oil
    1/4 cup chopped green onions
    1/2 teaspoon grated lemon rind
    1/2 teaspoon minced fresh thyme
    1 garlic clove, minced
    2 1/2 cups black-eyed peas,
    1 tablespoon dry breadcrumbs
    1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
    2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
    1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
    1/4 teaspoon ground red pepper
    1/4 cup cornmeal
    1 tablespoon cookin' oil ( I like peanut oil)

    Sautee up your scallions, lemon rind and garlic.
    Throw the sauteed mixture along with just over half the peas, breadcrumbs, parsley, mustard and pepper into a food processor and pulse it into a good mash.
    Add the mash to the rest of the beans and from into patties.
    (If it's too sloppy add an egg or enough egg replacer to bind it together.)
    Dredge the little cakes through the cornmeal and put them on a baking sheet and put these in the fridge for at least 15 minutes so they set.
    Heat up some cooking oil, I like peanut oil and fry 2-4 minute on each side so their nice an blackened.

    These go real nice with greens or on a bun and super shit awesome with tabouleh. Better yet mix it all up and throw it on a bun or in a pita.
    Last edited by stinkbot; 07-30-2010 at 02:03 PM.

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    P.S. The black eyed peas should be soaked already or canned if you're lazy.

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    Grindcore Veggie Stir-Fry

    Ingredients:
    Lots of veggies (I just bought a bag of frozen Asian stir-fry veg coz I was feeling lazy)
    2 tbl spoons Soy Sauce
    2 tbl spoons granulated sugar
    2 tbl spoons water
    2 tea spoons ginger
    pinch of pepper
    stir-fry noodles
    3 cloves of garlic (chopped)

    Directions:
    Fry up the garlic. Lash in the veggies and fry them for about 4 mins. Add the soy sauce, sugar, water, ginger, pepper. Keep stirring for another 3-4mins, lash in the noodles, serve. Shimples.

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    I made curry tonight.
    carrots
    onion
    courette
    garlic
    tomatoes
    red pepper
    cumin seeds
    ginger (fresh)
    ground pepper
    tumic
    chilli
    Quorn/tofu (whichever)
    Chop onion/garlic fry in olive oil till soft add the quorn (tofu i would chop some garlic chilli add pepper olive oil mix and stand for 3-5 mins)
    add carrot all the other stuff at some point add a little water and reduce to a tasty curry.

    Rice add tumic and garlic boil till fluffy heat nan bread eat and as i have done drink beer and then move onto the whisky you'll love it you fuckers. ;-]

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    Quote Originally Posted by onechordwonder View Post
    Grindcore Veggie Stir-Fry

    Ingredients:
    Lots of veggies (I just bought a bag of frozen Asian stir-fry veg coz I was feeling lazy)
    2 tbl spoons Soy Sauce
    2 tbl spoons granulated sugar
    2 tbl spoons water
    2 tea spoons ginger
    pinch of pepper
    stir-fry noodles
    3 cloves of garlic (chopped)

    Directions:
    Fry up the garlic. Lash in the veggies and fry them for about 4 mins. Add the soy sauce, sugar, water, ginger, pepper. Keep stirring for another 3-4mins, lash in the noodles, serve. Shimples.
    The "grindcore" part is down to the fact I blast "Scum" while making this shit. Fuckin' LP is ESSENTIAL to the cooking of this dish ;-)

    Diddyann-I'll have to try out that curry soon!

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    Spag bol tonight
    chop onion garlic oil in a wok light fry till soft add mince (quorn/tofu)
    chop tomatoes add pinch of chilli---chilli flakes----tabsco sauce, pepper (no salt)
    simmer whilst cooking spaggetti (adding wine to this is nice too) top with veggie cheese unless vegan then alternatives are used.

    open a bottle of red and serve, althou tonight had strawberry wine then a bottle of full body red.

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    My lady makes some killer Mongolian (vegan) stir fry sauce. I'll see if I can get it up here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leffer View Post
    My lady makes some killer Mongolian (vegan) stir fry sauce. I'll see if I can get it up here.
    Please i love to cook and always like to try out new stuff... mmm... food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diddyann View Post
    Please i love to cook and always like to try out new stuff... mmm... food.
    Same here! Gonna try my hand at stuffed peppers later on-we'll see how it goes! Don't wanna throw up a recipe yet coz this'll be my first time cooking the dish-a lot of my cooking is guess work to be honest. I taught myself to cook for the most part so I hear the name of a nice dish/eat something nice and then and recreate it myself at home.

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    Lemon Curd sandwiches:

    Ingredients:
    Jar of lemon curd
    Butter/non-dairy spread
    2-4 slices of bread

    Directions:
    Butter the bread. Spread on lemon curd. Put two slices of bread together to make a sandwich. Repeat process if using 4 slices of bread.

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