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Summer cooking

#1 Post by Nomine » Mon Jul 03, 2017 5:47 pm

Call for barbeque and summer dessert recipes!

First one out:
You will need:
Large mushrooms
Bacon (thin strips)
A soft cheese that's full of flavour

Rip the stems out of the mushrooms, creating an opening in the middle. Stuff this with the cheese
Wrap bacon around it, all around it!
Put it on the grill (Cheese side up...)

You can add some olive oil to it, but really not needed. Its done when all the bacon is nice and crispy.

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Re: Summer cooking

#2 Post by Reike » Thu Jul 13, 2017 5:26 pm

The BBQ sauce we use is homemade, due allergy..

Anyway:
1 cup of oil - the kind of oil without any taste to it.
1 cup of ketchup
2 big spoons of soy
2 big spoons of worchestershire sauce
2 big spoons of brown sugar (can actually be left out due the sugar in the ketchup will caramalize)
2 teaspoons of chilli powder that you like (or 2 fresh chillies ground into a paste)
2 teaspoons of onionpowder (If you use fresh onion, grind it to a paste then you need 1 small onion)
1 teaspoon of ceyenne pepper
1 teaspoon of paprika
2 big spoons of apple cider vinegar (Or similar - sweet type of vinegar.)
2 cloves of mushy garlic
- as an extra you can add your favourite whiskey to it, that'll be 2 big spoons of it, or more if you like that taste.

Mix it all in a bowl, leave it for a day before you use it - then give it a taste, add more chilli or onion if it's not strong enough for your taste, pour it onto an old ketchup bottle and tell the kids to stay away from it. ;)
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Re: Summer cooking

#3 Post by Reike » Thu Jul 13, 2017 5:38 pm

Potatosalad - the same one that I served for the SL meeting those years back.

½ liter of cremefraise
½ liter of neutral youghourt
1 teaspoon of currypowder
3 teaspoons of dried dild / or 1 big handful of fresh dild - chopped finely
1 teaspoon of salt
2 teaspoons of pepper
1 small onion ground into a fine paste
1 spoon of mayo
Mix it all in a bowl, with the vegs, while the potatoes boil and is set to cool down.

2 kgs of cold boiled potatoes cut into slices - when I've peeled the potatoes, I usually cut them into squares and that cut the boiling process significantly - then you just leave them for half an hour and then you can turn them into the dressingmixture from above.
4 big tomatoes sliced into squares
1 big cuecumber sliced into squares
3 bellpeppers sliced into squares

Mix it all into a big bowl, serve with anything theres been on the grill.

Pastasalad:
½ l of cremefraise / OR neutral youghourt
2 big spoons of ketchup
1 clove of garlic, finly diced
1 small onion, finely diced
a dash of chilli
salt and pepper
½ kg of boiled pasta

mix the wet stuff first, then the rest. Serve with what ever you like, anything from grilled seafood, to steaks.
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Re: Summer cooking

#4 Post by Nomine » Thu Jul 13, 2017 8:17 pm

Nice Barbecue sauce, I got to give it a try.


Really happy with this marinade, largely because it is super simple.

6-8 gloves of garlic, minced or squished into near oblivion
A few tablespoons of honey
2-3 tablespoons of mustard (A strong one works best, like Dijon)
Salt
Pepper
Olive oil (you want enough so it coats your chicken pieces but don´t drown in it)

Let the Chicken rest for minimum half an hour, before grilling it.

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