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  1. #31

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    Pike or salmon:
    1) Gut it, clean
    2) Skewer it, cook it over an open flame
    3) Pour some soy sauce on it, I like to eat it with a bowl of rice... mmmmmmmmmmm

  2. #32

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    I'll post my lasagne recipe at some point, but here is a recipe for beef heart I found and it's really good:

    Hot German Sweet and Sour Beef Heart

    1 large beef heart
    1 tsp. salt
    1 whole onion
    1 bay leaf
    1 rib celery (optional)
    2 Tbsp. butter
    2 Tbsp. flour
    1 Tbsp. sugar
    1 Tbsp. vinegar


    Cut heart in half and trim; cover with water. Add 1 teaspoon salt, onion, bay leaf and celery. Cook about 1 hour; cool and remove heart and vegetables (discard vegetables). Trim off waste and cut into approximately 1/2-inch cubes.

    Meanwhile make a roux of butter and flour; cook slowly until medium brown color, stirring constantly. Add hot broth, slowly, stirring constantly until light to medium thick consistency is reached (you may have broth left over). Add sugar and vinegar. Add cubed heart and simmer 15 to 20 minutes.

    Adjust salt, vinegar and sugar to taste.

    Serve over boiled or mashed potatoes.

    It's copy and pasted from here. But this recipe is on various other sites.

  3. #33
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    This thread looks interesting, I'll try to toss an oyako donburi recipe on here when time allows. xD

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    Mmm, interesting *folds paws and looks thoughtful* anyone have any good veggie friendly recipes ? I never cook a thing at home cuz i'm totally rubbish, and i'm sure I lack the proper bits to keep my veggie diet properly ! Plus Norway is naff and has a weak selection of veggie alternatives

  5. #35

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    I have one easy recipe for the scavenger diet that I forgot to post!

    Sesame Beef

    Ingredients:
    1 beef heart
    Sesame oil
    Salt
    Pepper

    Wash and trim the heart, removing all fatty bits and other non desirable parts. Slice the heart into several slices. Heat pan and pour in sesame oil, enough to cover the bottom of the pan. Place the heart slices in and salt and pepper both sides lightly. Fry the slices of heart, stirring frequently until well done and enjoy! Can be a portable snack, entrée or part of a meal. Serves well with crab, lobster, liver, or mussels and clams.
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  6. #36

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    I guess I can contribute

    Egg drop Soup
    Pour 4 cups of water into a pot, and boil.
    Add chicken or beef bouillon to taste (a few tablespoons)
    Let it start boiling again
    Meanwhile, beat an egg until the egg white and yolk combine
    Slowly pour the beaten egg into the broth; while stirring the broth quickly with a fork.

    Enjoy!

  7. #37
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    Werewolf of Waldorf and I concocted this meal last Friday, it turned out delicious; it's written for use with a grill, so you might have to modify it for use in the oven.

    WARNING: CONTAINS PEANUTS, COCONUT, MACADAMIA NUTS


    Aloha Fusion Peanut Chicken & Spinach Citrus Salad

    Boneless, skinless chicken thighs and/or breasts
    1 can pineapple chunks in juice
    Peanut Sauce (can be homemade or store bought)
    1/2 can papaya juice
    1/3 can tamarind nectar
    pinch of ginger

    Baby spinach leaves
    Sesame ginger dressing
    1 can mandarin oranges
    toasted shredded coconut
    macadamia nuts, if desired


    CHICKEN:

    Drain the juice out of the pineapples, into a separate container; set aside
    Rinse off the chicken, place in large Ziploc bag
    Pour in pineapple juice, papaya juice, and tamarind nectar with the chicken
    Seal the bag, set in a bowl in the fridge for four hours
    Warm the grill up to medium-high
    Place the chicken pieces over indirect heat (sprinkle a touch of ginger if desired); discard the bag with marinade
    If you do thighs and breasts, put the thighs on five minutes before the breasts; cook the thighs for ten to twelve minutes, breasts for eight to ten or until done.
    Serve hot with peanut sauce drizzle and pineapple chunks on the side.

    PEANUT SAUCE:
    (Courtesy of Laura W. on Cooks.com)

    2 tablespoons smooth peanut butter
    2 tablespoons soy sauce
    1-2 cloves garlic, minced or chopped
    1/4 cup water
    1 tablespoon brown sugar
    juice from half a lemon (can be less, depending on your tastes)

    In a non-stick pan, combine all ingredients, stirring constantly over medium heat until peanut butter has melted. You can do this in the microwave too, for about 30-40 seconds.

    SALAD:
    Drain mandarin oranges (set aside juice/syrup if desired)
    Combine spinach, oranges, coconut, and macadamia nuts in bowl
    Drizzle with sesame-ginger sauce [I recommend Newman's Own]

    *Side note: For our starch, we opted for Hawaiian sweet rolls, but you could use brown rice.
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  8. #38
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    Oh, I LOVE cooking! So, of course I'd love to share some of the great recipes I've found.

    Red Curry Beef with Sweet Potatoes


    2 tablespoons of cooking oil
    3 cups of beef steak
    2 cloves of garlic, chopped finely
    1 onion, sliced
    3 cups of sweet potatoes, cubed
    2 cups of coconut milk
    3 lime leaves
    2 table spoons of curry paste
    Salt to taste.

    1. Slice beef into cubes.
    2. Heat oil over medium high heat, in wok.
    3. Cook beef for 2 minutes.
    4. Add onion and garlic, cooking them for 2 minutes.
    5. Add sweet potato, red curry paste, lime leaves and coconut milk.
    6. Reduce head, cover wok and let simmer for 15-20 minutes.
    7. Remove lime leaves.
    8. Serve over white rice.


    Sweet Peas and Bacon

    2 (15-oz) cans LeSueur Very Young Small Early Peas
    3 slices of bacon, cut up
    1/4 cup of chopped onions
    1 teaspoon of flour
    1/4 cup of cider vinegar
    2 tablespoons of sugar

    1. Cook peas as directed on package. Drain and place in serving bowl; cover to keep warm.
    2. Cook bacon and onion in medium skillet until bacon is crisp and onion is slightly browned. Remove bacon and onion from skillet; set aside.
    3. Stir flour into bacon drippings. Add vinegar and sugar, cook until bubbly and thickened. Stir constantly.
    4. Pour sauce over peas; top with bacon and onions.


    Tangy Sliced Pork Sandwiches

    1/4 cup of butter
    1/4 cup of Worcestershire sauce
    2 tablespoons of lemon juice
    2 table spoons of white sugar
    1/8 teaspoon of salt
    1/4 teaspoon paprika
    1/8 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
    1/2 pound of boneless pork, cooked and cubed.
    4 hamburger buns.

    1. Melt butter in a large sauce pan over medium heat.
    2. Add the Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, sugar paprika, salt and cayenne pepper.
    3. Mix together and bring mixture to a boil, stirring often.
    4. Add cooked pork and let simmer just until pork is heated through.
    5. Divide into 4 equal portions, onto hamburger buns.

  9. #39

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    Well now I'm absolutely ravenous. Thanks. XD

  10. #40

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alunia View Post
    Mmm, interesting *folds paws and looks thoughtful* anyone have any good veggie friendly recipes ? I never cook a thing at home cuz i'm totally rubbish, and i'm sure I lack the proper bits to keep my veggie diet properly ! Plus Norway is naff and has a weak selection of veggie alternatives
    I can try and find the recipe my parents have for cabbage stew, no meat in it at all. And it's really really good.

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