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Oven Roasted Chicken Wings Recipe


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–a quick and easy oven roasted chicken wings recipe.

 

 

 
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Posted by on February 24, 2011 in BBQ Pit Boys

 

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Corned Beef Hash I’m in Corned Beef Hash Heaven


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I’m in Corned Beef Hash Heaven

When I’m cooking corned beef, watching it simmer in the aromatic broth, I’ll sometimes close my eyes and picture the delicious plate of food I have coming. The funny thing is, it’s not the sliced corned beef and cabbage I’m dreaming of, it’s the corned beef hash I’m going to be making with the leftovers.

There are certain dishes I would never talk someone into trying, or argue on behalf of its virtues. It’s one of those, “there are two kinds of people in the world” things. Either you really love corned beef hash, or you don’t eat it. It’s not a dish for the indifferent.

Now, that the non-hash people have stopped reading, let’s talk crust. As you well know, what separates a great hash from a transcendent hash is the “crust.” You can’t rush a corned beef hash crust – it’s built slowly, over medium heat, with multiple turnings and pressings, the meat and potatoes crisped and caramelized in the combination of butter and beef fat.

I’ve always felt it’s a poached eggs greatest achievement to meet its end on a pile of perfectly crusty corned beef hash. In addition to the textural pleasures, it also features one of the food world’s greatest sights – the egg’s golden yolk slowly running over and through the steaming hash. They don’t know what they’re missing. Enjoy!

Ingredients:
1 tbsp butter
1 1/2 pounds cooked corned beef, diced
1 1/2 pounds white potatoes, peeled quartered
1/4 cup prepared roasted tomato salsa
2 clove garlic, crushed
1 bunch green onions, white parts chopped, green parts reserved for garnish
salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste

Here are some more great breakfast video recipe ideas!
Sausage and Egg Pizza
Lemon Soufflé Pancakes
The Hangtown Fry
“Flattata” with Bacon, Potatoes, and Greens
Fancy Restaurant-Style French Toast

 

 

 
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Posted by on February 24, 2011 in Foodwishes

 

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Chinese Noodles (Indo Chinese) Recipe Video


Serves – 6 to 8

Ingredients:

Noodles – 16oz pkt (approx 500 gm), cooked per pkg instructions (al dente)
Sesame Oil – 1 Tbsp
Oil – 2 Tbsp
Garlic – 1 Tbsp, minced
Ginger – 1 Tbsp, minced
Onion – 1 small, sliced
Carrot – 1 large, cut into matchsticks
Cabbage – 1.5 cups packed, shredded
Bell Pepper – 1/2 large, cut into strips
Baby Corn – 8, cut
Egg – 1 (optional)
Black Pepper – 1/2 tsp or to taste
Soy Sauce – 2 Tbsp or to taste
White Vinegar – 1 Tbsp
Hosin Sauce or any Chinese Sauce – to taste
Red Chilli Sauce (Sambal) – to taste
Green Onions – 2 stalks, cut diagonally – for garnishing

1. Cook noodles per package instructions (usually 3-4 minutes), drain, rinse with cold water and toss with 1 Tbsp Sesame Oil. Keep aside.
2. Heat 2 Tbsp Oil in a large wok style pan on HIGH heat.
3. Add Ginger and Garlic and cook for 30 seconds.
4. Add Onions and cook for 30 seconds.
5. Add Carrots and allow them to soften just a little.
6. Add Cabbage, Bell Pepper and Baby Corn. Toss well and cook for 1 minute.
7. Push veggies to one side of wok and break an egg in the pan.
8. Scramble the egg until cooked and mix together with the veggies.
9. Add Black Pepper and mix.
10. Toss Noodles once before adding them to the pan.
11. Add White Vinegar, Soy Sauce, Hoisin Sauce and Red Chili Sauce. Mix well to coat all noodles.
12. Taste and adjust any of the sauces.
13. Garnish with Green Onions and serve hot.

 
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Posted by on February 23, 2011 in Cooking

 

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Foodwishes Cooking Shrimp on Pink Salt – Cooking on Himalayan Pink Salt – Shrimp Recipe


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The actual recipe to this video:

Shrimp Cooked on Himalayan Pink Salt – I Sherpa Hope You Like It!

I’ve always wanted to cook something on Himalayan pink salt, but I just can’t for the life of me tell you why. I knew that flavor-wise there couldn’t be any real difference between cooking on pink salt, and simply seasoning with it, but that didn’t seem to matter. 

Just the idea of cooking on what’s basically a slab of crystal, appealed to some indefinable internal force inside of me. Having said that, I still reserve the right to continue to mock those people that wear crystals for their healing properties, because that’s just nuts.

Anyway, back to these shrimp. As I summarize in the video: it was fun, I’m glad I did it, but I don’t think I would do it again, unless it was for some showy, interactive first course.

There’s no doubt letting your guests cook their own shrimp on hot, pink salt would definitely be a neat way to start off a dinner party.

Above and beyond the Himalayan pink salt experiment, the ultra-simple shrimp preparation seen here can be easily adapted to your trusty non-crystal saute pan.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised how good seared shrimp are with nothing more than a pinch of cumin and cayenne. Just don’t forget the salt! Enjoy.

Note: After you cook on it, the salt block can be scraped clean, rinsed off (even though they said not to), and wiped dry. It’s a completely antiseptic surface and can be reused as many times as possible.

Ingredients:
1 pound large shrimp
1 teaspoon grapeseed oil
1/4 teaspoon cumin
1/4 teaspoon cayenne
salt to taste if using conventional cooking methods


 
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Posted by on February 22, 2011 in Cooking, Foodwishes

 

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