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Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?

 
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01/03/2013 05:38 PM
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Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
I am total newb at cooking. All I do is get some of that microwave food crap and eat it everyday. It's probably not very healthy...

Any Cooking recipes for everyday meals to share?

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01/03/2013 05:57 PM
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Re: Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
Here's an easy one:

Take some boneless chicken breasts (the thinner ones or the ones that look like chicken fingers) and coat them with mayonnaise. Roll in bread crumbs and then bake @350 for about 30-40 mins.
Pair with any side that you want. They come out moist and melt in your mouth.

Very easy and very fast. You can play around with it and add different seasonings to the bread crumbs and try different sauces to use for the chicken. I make my own honey/mustard sauce but sometimes when I make the chicken fingers I use ranch and caesar salad dressings to dip them in.

Enjoy!
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I made this the other day;

Cut some rump steak into strips and fry with garlic and ginger
Cook til steak is browned
Remove from pan and put onto a plate
Cook some broccoli , red onion and red pepper until the onion is soft then add the steak again , 4 tablespoons of oyster sauce , warm through and thats it....
I cooked some rice and kept it hot while I cooked the steak and it was delicious....even my 9 year old son liked it...

I havent given quantities as it depends on how many you cook
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Re: Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
I'm going to keep an eye on this thread, I'm always looking for new ideas. The chicken and mayo looks really good..yum.

Op..there are tons of website with easy to make recipes. Good luck and let us know what you come up with.
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01/03/2013 06:08 PM

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Re: Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
Watch youtube videos to learn how to cut veggies and prepare meats. If you are unaware of techniques, the videos will make it easier than reading for some. My female friend learned how to start cooking this way. Oil and garlic and onions is the best start to any meal. Coconut oil is really good to use if you wanna eat healthy.

I make my own brown rice pasta usually but I will post a healthy meal I like to make.

I cook a box of whole grain pasta.

I prepare kale by ripping it off of the thick stem. Then cut into decent sized pieces. I boil water and put the kale in water for just 1 min to blanch. Take out and run cold water over and squeeze out the water from kale.

I heat up coconut oil and put garlic then onions in. Then I throw in green peppers and any vegatable that I have on hand if I am in the mood. I also mince up habanero peppers. I salt to taste with a chicken seasoning mix, and put cayenne pepper and a little garlic powder in.

I mix the pasta in, then the kale.

You can add meat but I don't really eat meat. You can also omit the spicy stuff.

Good luck learning.

Last Edited by RootzGemini on 01/03/2013 06:09 PM
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Re: Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
Something that I enjoy: The Flavor Bible.

You look up a type of food (such as fish, for instance) and it lists tons of other ingredients that pair well with it.

It doesn't tell you how to cook foods...but once you have that foundation knowledge, it tells you how to make your cooked foods taste good. And it's fun to get a little experimental.
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Re: Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
ffs, GLP is not a cooking forum....
go to martha stewart or womans weekly.
piss off.
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Re: Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
ffs, GLP is not a cooking forum....
go to martha stewart or womans weekly.
piss off.
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There are lots of good cooks here who like to share. Don't be so grumpy.
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01/03/2013 06:16 PM
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Re: Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
I found some OK stuff here.

Thread: Whats for dinner?? Post your recipes here or come search for one. UPDATED DAILY
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Re: Cooking recipes for everyday meals...?
ffs, GLP is not a cooking forum....
go to martha stewart or womans weekly.
piss off.
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Go put another shrimp on the barbie and grab me a Fahstahs.
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ffs, GLP is not a cooking forum....
go to martha stewart or womans weekly.
piss off.
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fuck off aussie it's not about what you want , thankful for the cooking tips
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ffs, GLP is not a cooking forum....
go to martha stewart or womans weekly.
piss off.
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fuck off aussie it's not about what you want , thankful for the cooking tips
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Thread: Post your Easy Recipes Here !

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Easy pork chops or chicken, brown in skillet first and season how you want
, then put in a baking pan and cover with stuffing (stove top) or cover with minute rice mixed with a couple of cans of cream soup (cream of chicken or cream of celery) mixed with water or milk, cover with foil and bake at 350 for an hour or hr and 15 min , tender and good !

You can also cover with sauerkraut mixed with onions and brown sugar or applesauce, cover and bake the same way
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