Recipe Exchange: What's Your Favorite Meal, IAB?

Submitted by: Gerry1of1 2 months ago in


Allow Julia Childs to share her cheese souffle recipe with you.


Share your best recipe and pick up some ideas here

This is Gerry's Tailgate Chili  .... It's long but worth it.

2 pounds ground chuck or hamburger
1 pound Italian sausage
4 15-ounce cans of your favorite bean. I like Ranch brand
2 28-ounce cans diced tomatoes
1 6-ounce can tomato paste
1 large yellow onion, chopped
3 stalks celery, chopped
1 green bell pepper, seeded and chopped
2 green chili peppers, seeded and chopped
1 tablespoon bacon bits... or chop up 2 strips of bacon
4 cubes beef bouillon
1/2 cup beer.... drink the rest of the can
1/4 cup chili powder
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce {points for spelling it right}
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 tablespoon dried oregano
2 teaspoons ground cumin
2 teaspoons Tabasco or similar chili sauce
1 teaspoon dried basil
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon white sugar

Brown the beef and sausage until crumbly, drain grease.
Add meat and everything else to a large stew pot on low for 2 hours.

OR

After browning the meat, throw it all in a crock pot for 6 hours on low.

Now share your favorites!
There are 79 comments:
Male 2,725
Even the kids like this one.
Garbanzo Pitas

2 cn Garbanzo beans drained half way and mashed to just chunky
1 sweet onion chopped
1 small cn tomato paste
1 cup salsa  of your liking
Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Package of Pita bread

Fry onions until soft, around 5 minutes.
Add mashed Garbanzo beans and heat through. 
Add remaining ingredients and finish heating through.
Cut Pita in half and heat how you like. Microwave, stove top, skillet.
Put filling in pita and add cheese. I like to throw some hot sauce on mine. 

Yum Yum!

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Male 249
My favorite is simple.  Beef and noodles. Not so much a recipe as a process.

Homemade noodles:
Salt--some
Eggs--2 or 3 depending on how many people you want to feed
Flour--enough.
 
Beef. 

Let noodles dry for a couple hours before cooking and cook until done.  Season to taste. 

Btw my wife hates this recipe.  "That's not a damn recipe"  but she makes them the same way now after I showed her how and she can't write it down as a recipe either.  

Serve with real mashed potatoes.  

2 1/2 lbs potatoes(Yukon gold preferred) simmered until tender
1 1/2 sticks real butter
Milk-enough
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Female 8,514
Depends on my mood- I've cooked professionally in past incarnations, and I still wield the spoons on occasion- i'm not great at pastry, but most other things are fairly routine. I make good plain cakes, a light suet pudding and fairly decent classics.
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Male 45,280
Chicken Bombs
I got this recipe from IAB about 3 years ago.
Always a hit at any event

2 Chicken breasts
2/3 cup brown sugar
1 1/2 tablespoon chili powder
1 pound bacon
1 can chuck pineapple with the juice.

Cut chicken into 1 inch cubes
Soak chicken in the pineapple juice overnight or 2 hours minimum
Mix brown sugar and chili powder, set aside
cut bacon into thirds, wrap around chicken and secure with toothpick.
Dip into brown sugar/chili powder mix
put a pineapple chunk on top and bake 350° until done.. about 10 minutes but depends on your oven.

These are great.

You can thank me later
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Female 1,435
Chicken spaghetti..Sorry I don’t know the recipe..My husband is the cook, and I often get kicked out of the kitchen...(I know, I’m a sorry excuse for a woman/wife)...Cooking isn’t one of my strengths..I would just end up burning the house down anyway...
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Male 45,280
pinkminx22   As long as you can make a sandwich after I'm sure you keep your husband happy
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Female 1,435
Gerry1of1 I’m not even allowed to do that! He makes his own sandwiches, and his sandwiches are always better than mine...So he makes me a sandwich. Well I can do a peanut Butter and Jelly..Does that count...That counts right?...

Wanna hear a funny story? I thought I was gonna be smart one night and attempt to fry chicken....After I beat the smoke alarm off of the ceiling, a huge meltdown later because my dumb self couldn’t figure out why my chicken was burning on the outside and still bloody in the middle. I wanted to throw the whole batch away, because I had convinced myself that I would end up killing everyone in the household by giving them food poisoning with my raw bloody chicken. My husband refused to let me throw it away because we don’t waste food in our home. (he had to take over the task of cooking the chicken) One huge fight later....Lets just say I am not allowed to attempt that again either...That is a sore spot..
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Male 2,352
Tonight we had

-freshly made pappardelle
 
with:

-our own chicken -- smoked with maple wood
-a cream sauce with fresh garlic from the garden thickened with parmesan cheese
-top with Chanterelle mushrooms -- foraged yesterday from the forest -- lightly sauteed in butter.

and a side of freshly picked Arugula salad just for some greens.
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Male 9,577
lockner01 I LOVE FRESHLY made pasta, it's too bad I don't have a pasta maker, I mean i have a manual one but it takes so much time to make it fresh.
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Male 5,607
lockner01 That sounds delicious!
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Male 2,352
kalron I normally don't take photo's of food but since it's harvest season I may post some on the next Friday forum.
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Male 5,607
lockner01 Please do...I don't take photos of food normally either, but skypirate forced me into it ;)

Pics or it didn't happen...
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Male 9,305
lockner01 Go you. That sounds heavenly.
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Male 2,352
squrlz4ever it was amazing
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Male 13,185
my favorite meal is communion.
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Male 669
monkwarrior Bwahahaha! It's been a long time since someone's comment on here has actually made me laugh out loud. 

And I'm only saying this because I know you are trying to be funny, not that I'm laughing at you.
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Male 13,185
yelloow12 well all seriousness it's my favorite meal.
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Male 45,280
monkwarrior   Enjoy your cracker. I'm having chili
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Male 13,185
Gerry1of1 it's much more than you think.
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Male 10,083
Okay, here's a simple one that is excellent hors d'oeuvres for any get together.  

We call it:

Meat Candy

(vegans please look away now).

You start with a good, link sausage.  Locally we use Conecuh Sausage (see below), but any similar will do. (DO NOT, under any circumstances, you cocktail weenies...just don't... I have an excellent recipe for cocktail weenies in a chili sauce if you'd like, but not for this.)

Cut the sausage into 1" sections.

Wrap each section in 1/2 a strip of think-cut hickory bacon and skewer with a toothpick.

Lay them on a cookie sheet.   

Sprinkle generously with brown sugar.

Bake until the bacon is crisply.

Beat off the savages with a loaf of stale French bread. (optional and as needed)



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Male 5,607
megrendel I only eat fish now-a-days...

...this sounds amazing :)
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Male 5,607
I forgot one of my favorite recipes!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENcpXhWxrwY

Instructions in the description...
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Male 9,305
Squrlz' September Meadow Surprise

This recipe serves two and is enjoyed not just by squirrels, but is a hit with black capped chickadees, too.

  • 5 acorns, preferably white oak, marinated for several months in moist humus
  • 1 wild mushroom, slightly bigger than your paw
  • 1 medium field cricket
  • 3 wild strawberries
  • 6 dandelion leaves, torn into large pieces
  • 1 generous pawful of millet, stolen from a birdfeeder, for garnish

  1. Shell acorns with incisors, then mince with knife on cutting board and place in bowl.
  2. Cut mushroom into thin strips.
  3. Dispatch cricket by placing point of knife on thorax and pushing quickly (you may want to close your eyes). Then remove legs and antennae and chop with body into small pieces and place in second bowl.
  4. Slice strawberries and, using a wooden spoon, mix vigorously with chopped cricket, forming an aromatic mash.
  5. Fold cricket/strawberry mixture into the bowl of acorns and mushroom.
  6. Place dandelion greens on small plates and spoon mixture on top. Sprinkle generously with millet and serve immediately.

Enjoy!
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Male 45,280
squrlz4ever 

I avoid any recipe that hast the word "Surprise" in it
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Male 9,305
Gerry1of1 That's probably a good rule.
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Male 1,246
Male 9,305
rammo34 Brilliant! As a gray squirrel, I haven't given that a try, but it sounds fabulous. The local birds might require some shoo-ing, but I'll bet it would be worth the effort. Thanks!
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Male 9,305
squrlz4ever -1? Someone has a cricket allergy, apparently.
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Male 45,280
Creme Fraiche ..... 
It takes 2 days to make but
home made sour cream is way better than store bought

First sterilize the  bowl you will make this in.
Easy, just pour boiling water in it AND on the lid

Second Do Not Turn Oven On
For this recipe the oven is just an insulated box with a constant temperature.

2 cups heavy whipping cream
2 tablespoons buttermilk
    tip: you can freeze the rest of the buttermilk in ice cube trays in 1 tablespoon portions so 
           you always have it on hand and don't waste. Same thing for tomato paste.

Stir these two ingredients together
Put a paper towel or coffee filter on top secured with a rubber band.
   this allows the  cream to breath while curing but prevents anything falling into it.
Put in oven with light on for constant even temperature for 24 hours
Pull out of oven and give it a good stir.
Put in fridge with lid on for 24 hours

Now you have home made sour cream or if you are pretentious
you can call it Creme Fraiche 
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Male 5,607
Gerry1of1 I wish I could use this, but the wife is lactose intolerant.  Fortunately Lactaid now has a Sour Cream that is fantastic for everything from tacos to uses like in my chicken cilantro recipe below.
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Male 45,280
kalron   What's stopping you from making it for yourself? 
             You're a person.
             You live there.
             You deserve home made sour cream
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Male 5,607
Gerry1of1 I like to cook for my wife, is that a problem?
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Male 45,280
kalron   no comment

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Male 45,280
kalron Fake is fake
Fake vegan meat
Fake lactose intolerant sour cream
Fake bacon
Fake emotional attachment that later leads to divorce and HUGE court battle for the property
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fake is fake dude
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Male 5,607
Gerry1of1 Actually, all of it is real food.  There is nothing wrong with exploring culinary endeavors and turning them into veggie friendly meals.  I actually consider it a challenge and when they turn out right I'm healthier for it.
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Male 45,280
I've never made her souffle but I have done
Julia Child's Beef Bourguignon
It was delicious, but wasteful.
It's just beef stew but you cook the meat
in wine and mushrooms and onions.
Then throw it all out except the meat
which you cook again with normal stew stuff like
carrots and potatoes and onions.

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Male 45,280


As promised here is my KEY LIME PIE recipe
This is my hubbie's second favourite after my Apple Pie.
My fave is my Sour Cream Pound Cake but I already bequeathed that to a niece, no one else gets the recipe.

Preheat oven to 350°
3 cups sweetened condensed milk 
Graham cracker pie crust  {store bought or make your own, it's a pain in the ass}
1/2 cup sour cream or if you make your own creme fraiche  {recipe for that later}
3/4 cup key lime juice or any lime really, doesn't matter but FRESH, no bottled crap
1 tablespoon grated lime zest {Make america grate again}

Mix all ingredients in a bowl. 
Pour into pie crust
Bake for 5 to 8 minutes until tiny pinhole bubbles burst on the surface.
DO NOT BROWN THIS PIE
Pop into a fridge for a few hours so it's cool before serving.
Top with whipped cream or cool whip if you're white trash like me.
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Male 1,246
Ahi Tuna Poke is a fav lately, and it's so damn easy to make. Delicious if you loike sushi/raw fish.

1 pound of ahi/yellowfin tuna, cubed (fresh is preferable but it turns out fine with frozen tuna, thaw it first ofc)

1/4 cup of soy sauce

2 tbsp of sesame oil

1/2 cup of chopped green onions

1 tbsp of red pepper flakes

1 tbsp of sesame seeds

Mix it all together in a bowl and let it sit in the fridge for a couple hours at least. Delicious over rice or by itself drizzled with some spicy mayo.

So easy and it always seems to impress. 
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Male 114
Would have to be: 

Steak au Poivre

Ingredients

  • 4 tenderloin steaks, 6 to 8 ounces each and no more than 1 1/2 inches thick
  • Kosher salt
  • 2 tablespoons whole peppercorns
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
  • 1 teaspoon olive oil
  • 1/3 cup Cognac, plus 1 teaspoon
  • 1 cup heavy cream
Directions

Remove the steaks from the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes and up to 1 hour prior to cooking. Sprinkle all sides with salt.

Coarsely crush the peppercorns with a mortar and pestle, the bottom of a cast iron skillet, or using a mallet and pie pan. Spread the peppercorns evenly onto a plate. Press the fillets, on both sides, into the pepper until it coats the surface. Set aside.

In a medium skillet over medium heat, melt the butter and olive oil. As soon as the butter and oil begin to turn golden and smoke, gently place the steaks in the pan. For medium-rare, cook for 4 minutes on each side. Once done, remove the steaks to a plate, tent with foil and set aside. Pour off the excess fat but do not wipe or scrape the pan clean.

Off of the heat, add 1/3 cup Cognac to the pan and carefully ignite the alcohol with a long match or firestick. Gently shake pan until the flames die. Return the pan to medium heat and add the cream. Bring the mixture to a boil and whisk until the sauce coats the back of a spoon, approximately 5 to 6 minutes. Add the teaspoon of Cognac and season, to taste, with salt. Add the steaks back to the pan, spoon the sauce over, and serve.
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Male 45,280
shadistiger    You lost me at Cognac. I'm not fancy enough to have that on hand.
                     Can I just use beer?
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Male 114
Gerry1of1 I have never tried beer, it would change the flavor some, but I'm sure it would work.  I would just let if go flat first.  I have used bourbon as well and that worked just fine. 
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Male 45,280
shadistiger I'm good with bourbon. Got plenty of that
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Male 764
https://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/the-french-chef/n8667
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Female 6,608
Shelworth Save the liver!
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Male 10,083
Here's my specialty.

MeGrendel’s Chicken Marsala

Ingredients:
  • 4 Chicken half Breasts-boneless, skinless
  • ¼ cup Cake Flour
  • ½ tsp. Salt
  • ½ tsp. Pepper
  • ½ tsp. Oregano
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 4 tbsp. Vegetable Oil
  • 4 tbsp. Butter
  • 1 cup Fresh Mushrooms-sliced
  • ½ cup Marsala Wine

Directions:
  1. Pound Chicken Breasts thin.
  2. Combine Flour, Salt, Pepper and Oregano and blend well.
  3. Heat Oil and Butter in a skillet until bubbling lightly.
  4. Dip breasts in milk, dredge through flour mixture and shake off excess.
  5. Cook the chicken on medium heat for about 2 minute on first side, until lightly brown.
  6. Turn over breasts and add mushrooms around chicken pieces.
  7. Cook about 2 more minutes, until lightly browned on the second side, stirring mushrooms occasionally.
  8. When the second side is lightly browned, add the Marsala Wine, cover the pan and simmer for about 10 minutes.

Serve with French Bread.
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Male 21,778
megrendel I'm going to try this one this week.
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Male 5,607
I think I posted this in an OFF recently, but I think it deserves another link here.

Food channel on Twitch, 24/7 recipes from some of the greats.  From Juila Childs to Jacques Pépin...endless yummy programming!

https://www.twitch.tv/food
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Male 906
Fry some frozen vegetables in a pan. Add frozen or non-frozen ground or chopped meat. Then a little bit of ketchup and some flour - just not enough to be noticeable after frying.

The flour will help with the frying and the meal will be more delicious.

★★★★✬ Easy
★★★✬✫ Delicious
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Male 45,280
Off to work. Later I'll put my Key Lime pie recipe up. It's my hubbies favourite 
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Male 945
Vegan Chilli:
Cook 2 cups of quinoa
Coarsely chop 3 bell peppers, and 1 yellow onion.
Saute peppers and onion for a about 10 to 15 minutes
Once the peppers/onion are closing in on done, add in chopped mushrooms and saute for just a little bit longer.
Dump that in with the quinoa.
Add a 1 can of red beans, and 1 can of navy beans.
Add 2 cans of diced tomatoes, with two of the small cans of tomato paste.
Add vegetable stock until you get a consistency you want.
Add chilli powder and habenaro sauce to taste.
Add one bag of cooked microwaveable frozen corn.
Simmer till you want to eat.
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Male 5,607
muert I highly recommend trying Gardein's Beefless Ground Beef.  I use it in many recipes as a substitute.  I just made "Meat"loaf with it this weekend.

https://www.gardein.com/products/gluten-free-beefless-ground/

For the "Meat"loaf:

-Pan cook 1 bag of Beefless Ground Beef and add chopped onions.
-Move to mixing bowl, add garlic, salt, pepper and worcestershire sauce to taste and mix.
-Add 1/2 can of tomato paste and 2 eggs, mix again
-Finally add flour and breadcrumbs, I use King Arthur All Purpose Gluten Free Flour, mix.
-Move to a loaf pan, top with more breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese.
-Bake at 350 degrees for 20 min.

Makes for great 2nd day "Meat"loaf sandwiches as well!
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Male 187
kalron We love the Gardein. My kid is addicted to the triangular fish patties.
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Male 5,607
popsicle01 I really enjoy the Quorn products too, their chick'n chunks are excellent for Chinese dishes as well as Chicken Quesadillas.
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Male 945
kalron Sounds good, but I am terrible at being a vegan, so when I really want meat, I just eat meat.  :P

That and when I am sticking to my diet, the goal is vegan, no sugar, no oil, no salt.  Which the meat substitutes tend to fail.
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Male 45,280
muert   Sorry, this is Vegan Free zone.
We don't simulate meat here...... we eat real animals.

If vegetarian or vegan is so great why do they always fake meat? 
Fake bacon
Fake turkey
Fake beef

No carnivores are faking kale so which one do you think is better ?
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Male 187
Gerry1of1 Because some of us weren't always vegetarian, but we are doing the best we can.
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Male 945
Gerry1of1 I went (mostly) vegan for my health/to lose a lot of weight.  I dislike most of the false meats, but then I eat the real thing on a regular basis anyway.

I've heard it claimed that enough time as a full vegan makes the desire for meat go away.  I doubt I'll get there.  :P
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Male 45,280
muert Wow... 

Going without meat?  When it comes to personal tragedy 
you're right up there with Elizabeth Taylor

I couldn't imagine my life without dead animals
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Male 140
Gerry1of1 Try having a allergy to any animal protein. Talk about a life changer
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Male 45,280
tinfoilhatsociety   allergy to animal protein... you men....... {GASP}  no butter!

OH THE HUMANITY !!!!!!
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Male 5,607
This is one of my favorites for summer time.

Creamy Cilantro Lime "Chicken" (I sub items to make it veggie friendly, gluten and lactose free)

Ingredients

  • 4 medium boneless skinless chicken breasts (I use either Gardein or Quorn veggie chicken breast)
  • 1 Tablespoon oil of choice (Olive or Avocado oil)
  • 1/4 cup finely chopped onion
  • 2 cloves garlic crushed or minced
  • 1 cup chicken broth water can also be used (I use Imagines No-Chicken Broth)
  • Juice of 1 lime or 2 tablespoons
  • 2 tablespoons cilantro chopped cilantro
  • 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream or sour-cream or greek yogurt (I use Lactaid's Sour-Cream for lactose free friendly)

Instructions

  1. In a large heavy-duty skillet, heat the oil over medium-high heat. Season chicken generously with salt and pepper then add the chicken and cook for 7-8 minutes, turning once or until chicken is cooked through. Remove chicken from skillet and cover with foil on a separate plate, set aside. 
  2. Add onions to the same skillet (without washing it) and cook onion for 1 minute. Add garlic and cook for just 30 seconds. Add chicken broth, lime juice, cilantro, red peppers flaked, and salt and pepper to taste. Bring to a gentle boil for 8-10 minutes or until liquid is reduced by 1/4 cup.
  3. Whisk in cream during the last minute. Turn off heat and return chicken to the sauce. Garnish with more cilantro. Serve with aside of veggies and rice.
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Male 158
Homemade Shepherd's Pie. Just reminds me of Moms cooking back in the UK. I cook it about once a month or so, Wife loves it too so works out good !

Boil 3-4 good sized potato's, 2 or 3 carrots, 1/2 a rutabaga (swede as we call it in the UK) in a large pot. 
(Optional, can add Turnip or two as well if in season)
Drain and Mash, add salt, pepper and 1 stick (8 table spoons) butter.

Brown 1 lb lean mince and 1lb of a semi-spicy sausage. I use either jimmy dean's breakfast sausage or some sausage from the local Amish market. Season meat with Worcestershire sauce and some herbs / spices. I use a spice mix we make here at home but your fav. spice mix for meats will do. 

Chop 1-2 carrots, 1 Onion, 1 pepper, 2-3 spring onions and add to the meat. Add any other veggies you feel like throwing in. Can be some celery, pea's, corn .. whatever you fancy. Shepherd's pie is a homemade meal and *everyone* has their own way.

You can either add a brown gravy to the veggie/meat mix or leave it dry as you like. Spoon the mash over the top, toss in over for 45 mins to cook up the veggies in the meat and brown the top of the mash. Serve and enjoy.


My wife really does not care for Carrots, Turnips or Rutabaga, so the Root Veggie Mash is the only way I can get her to eat them lol. She love's the mash, just not the individual veggies. Go figure. So if you have a picky eater, try making a root veggie mash and see how that goes down!
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Male 45,280
demarc01 My dog and I battle for the carrots & turnips.   50/50 carrot/turnip mix and mash them up.
I give my dog  a bowl full and she'll knock the empty bowl around the  cabinets until I give her seconds... and thirds.
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Male 5,607
demarc01 I could totally do this with the veggie ground beef.  And I LOVE me some turnip\potato mash!!!
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Male 21,778
demarc01 Oh snap, this sounds good, too. I'm putting this on my list to make this week.
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Male 45,280
fancylad   Give us a review. How did it work out for you? Did the family like it?
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Male 45,280
demarc01   I love a shepherds pie.  My mum would
sometimes skip the potatoes and put   bread dough on
top instead. As the bread baked it soaked up all the
meaty flavours of the pie.    Delish
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Male 9,185
For a snack I favour the uitsmijter; fresh bread, cheese, ham, grated onion, fried egg in that order. It was my favourite bar snack when I was living in Utrecht.
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Male 18,342
Just a plain cheeseburger. I have low minimum standards, but back in school, when I did serious exercise every day and 6:30 supper always seemed an hour too late, I'd fantasize about a cheeseburger. As long as I can afford a cheeseburger, I know I have all I need.
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3,632
This is the wives fav. I swap sirloin for ground beef and use the better part of a can of the cheapest cream of mushroom rather than actual mushrooms.


Gerry1of1
Looks like I'm making chili tomorrow. 
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Male 45,280
skypirate  If you make the chili, let me know how you like my recipe  [email protected]live.com
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3,632
Gerry1of1 made it last night...holy shit its good. definitely my go to from now on.  
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3,632
Gerry1of1 I will and I will. I woke up planning on it but the mrs pirate said 'babe, I already bought dinners for the week and what are you going to cook it in? the crock pots and pressure cooker are in storage'. I figured I'd just pop a tag goodwill...but then I got a call saying my house went under contract and spent the entire day on the phone. I will shoot for the weekend and add some corn bread :)  
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Male 871
skypirate Some of my best recipe finds were from cookbooks purchased at used bookstores, and making the ones on the dirtiest pages.  Your image above is a perfect example; I’ll be giving that one a try. 
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Male 45,280
skypirate Those are my favorite beans for chili. Ranch style beans.

" the wives fav. "  how many wives have you got ?
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Male 4,445
Take some fresh chicken strips, wrap them in bacon, and bake them in the oven. Serve with mashed potatoes and a vegetable (corn, for me).
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Male 140
Favorite  meal is tequila and orange juice. 
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Get a can of sardines, preferably in water, drain it, then put the sardines between two slices of your favorite bread. Enjoy with a glass of cold milk.
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Male 45,280
steve_clough                       No
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