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postby phillyb™ » 01/28/14 @ 20:08

phillyb™'s chicken enchiladas

ingredients - chicken breasts/tenders, flour tortillas, minced garlic, lime juice, paprika, veggies (use whatever you want. more on this later), salsa, mexican cheese

preheat oven to 350.

cut chicken into tenders and put them in a pan with a little bit of oil and whatever seasoning you like. i used paprika, minced garlic, and lime juice.
cook until done, but still juicy.
set chicken aside to sautee veggies in chicken juice (yep).

i used green peppers, red peppers, and onions. sautee until they're moist, but not mushy.
combine chicken into sautee pan.
add cheese and salsa as well.
heat that shit up for a few minutes.

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by this time, your oven will have preheated.
add contents to tortillas and roll.
put a little bit of salsa on the bottom of the casserole dish.
place rolled enchiladas in casserole dish.
cover with salsa and cheese.
place in over for 10-15 minutes.

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take em out and eat that shit.

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postby phillyb™ » 01/28/14 @ 20:16

phillyb™'s pesto burgers

pesto:
lots of basil...2 cups
1/2 cup of pine nuts
2 cloves of garlic
1/4 - 1/2 cup of parm cheese
salt and pepper
1/2 - 3/4 cup of olive oil

put the basil in a food processor, mush that shit up...combine other ingredients to food processor, PESTO!

burgers...
1 lb of ground beef (i use 7% and normally i use about 1 1/2 lbs)
1/2 red bell pepper chopped finely
1/4 cup italian bread crumbs
pinch of oregano
salt and pepper
about 2/3 of the pesto

combine all ingredients in a bowl and mush together with hands until all ingredients are spread evenly. make patties, about 4-6, and cook for 4-5 minutes on both sides.
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postby phillyb™ » 01/28/14 @ 20:19

phillyb™'s fruity pork chops

marinate pork chops in fruit and juices (this recipe used peaches and pineapples). add whatever else you like...i genereally also add salt and pepper and some garlic.
after marinating, place chops on pan.
place fruit juices and fruit in sauce pot. add whatever you want - more garlic, your favorite hot sauce, salt and pepper, brown sugar...whatever. today before putting anything in the sauce pot, i put some oil and onions in there to brown em.
combine fruit juices and fruit and everything else and bring to a boil. leave uncovered to thicken. you can most certainly lower the heat.

glaze is ready

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preheat oven to 350 and when the glaze is as thick as you'd like, place on chops.
put chops in oven for about 20-25 minutes. when you take them out to flip them, use more of your glaze.
put back in oven for another 25 minutes or so.

ready to eat

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postby Derek » 01/28/14 @ 21:04

Homemade Salsa

1 - 28oz Canned Diced Tomatoes (Avoid store brands, I like Hunts)
2 Jalapeno Peppers, seeds removed. I use canned hot Jalapenos. Add a little more if you like hot salsa, a little less if you like sweet.
2 teaspoons of Rosie's Lime Juice. MUST BE ROSIE'S! It's in the soda grocery aisle with drink mixers, not in the juice aisle.
2 teaspoons of cilantro
2 cloves of garlic (I use 3, personal choice)
1/2 cup of finely chopped yellow onion. Really just chop the size to your preference, I prefer larger onion pieces.
1 teaspoon of ground cumin
1 teaspoon of salt
1 teaspoon of sugar

1. Blend tomatoes slightly. A little more if you like smooth salsa. Put the blended tomatoes in the container of your choice.

2. Blend Jalapenos with lime juice, then add to the tomatoes.

3. Add the rest of the ingredients

4. Stir (I use a whisk)

5. Refrigerate for 2 hours.

6. Enjoy.
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postby phillyb™ » 01/29/14 @ 00:23

i love making salsa. i never make it the same way though. and my inconsistencies piss me off. sometimes i'll nail it and make awesome salsa. and other times, it'll be fucking disgusting.
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Re: recipe thread

postby bigx5murf » 01/29/14 @ 17:29

Korean BBQ beef short ribs

Get a tupperware to marinate beef short ribs in

Fill it 1/5 with soy sauce
4 Tbsp sugar
2 Tbsp honey
4 Tbsp Chinese rice wine
2 tsp Korean toasted sesame oil
2 stalks green onion, minced
1 clove chopped garlic
2 Tbsp roasted sesame seeds
1 tsp ginger root, grated
1/4 tsp dried red pepper flakes

Put in Beef short ribs, dump in 1 can of coke cola (do not use diet). If beef short ribs not completely submerged, add some water. Throw in fridge overnight. Next day, it's ready, grilling on a BBQ grill for best result. You can also use a george foreman grill, or just a frying pan.
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postby phillyb™ » 01/30/14 @ 14:46

you should be able to make a grilled cheese. it's pretty fucking simple.
butter the outsides of two pieces of bread, slap cheese in the middle.
put that shit in a pan and heat it up for a few minutes on each side.

meow...get fucking creative with your cheeses.
i had muenster, white american, shredded mexican, and bleu cheese.
i picked apart the slices of american and muenster and basically made a cheese medley in between the bread.
the more cheese, the lower the heat. you want all that shit melted!

and then devour it

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postby phillyb™ » 02/06/14 @ 15:11

roasted and toasted bleu salami

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saute peppers and onions in your favorite spices. i used oil, red wine, sea salt, peppers, and minced garlic.
combine sammich ingredients > salami (you can fry this briefly as well to get some of that delishus flavor from the pan in it), bleu cheese, i also used american cheese cut into small slices, peppers, and onions.
fry that shit like a grilled cheese.
butter your bread with butter.
between low and medium heat. brown outside and flip.
word. eat that shit.
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postby PHEOX » 02/07/14 @ 11:36

Ethor's Grilled Cheese

Get some bread. Whatever damn bread you like, it will be destroyed with butter though, keep in mind.
Get these cheeses (I don't care about your cheese); 2 slices of American, 1 slice of provolone and swiss, and some parmesan on top of all that.
Warm a skillet to a little less than halfway and melt butter directly onto pan. When melted, add minced garlic and oregano to melted butter.
Put that damn sandwich in your thickly buttered pan. Cook one side for a little while and check as necessary. When first side is done, put sandwich on a plate. Rebutter and season pan. Cook other side. The cheese should get melted, but a little thicker in the middle.

In a separate pan, make some bacon, the more the better. After sandwich and bacon are made, open sandwich and put that bacon in there like a man. AND EEAT BOII.
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postby bigx5murf » 02/07/14 @ 22:55

Here one I stole from my friend's restaurant. It's a Taiwanese dish called 3 cup basil chicken.
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1-Cut up some chicken pieces, stir fry em in a wok with vegetable oil, med heat, do it till the meat just start to brown on the outside. Dump the chicken into a plate for the time being

2-Add sesame oil in wok, then add ginger and garlic. Cook and stir until the ginger begins turns brown

3-Now add the chicken back in, add in some red wine, soy sauce, water, and sugar. Leave on low-med heat until the conoction boils, stirring every meow and then for like 10-15min.

4-Add in basil and choice of freshly chopped peppers (you can forget the peppers if you can't handle spicy). Increase heat slightly, don't use high. Simmer until there's almost no liquid, just s sticky goop at the bottom.
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Re: recipe thread

postby ezmfne » 02/08/14 @ 21:00

Calico Beans

Makes 10 servings

1lb hamburger
1/4lb bacon
1 medium onion, diced
1 large can pork 'n beans
1 can butter beans
1 can kidney beans
1/2 cup catsup
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 Tbsp vinegar
1/2 tsp salt

1. Brown hamburger, bacon, and onion in skillet. Combine meat and all beans. Pour into a greased casserole.
2. Combine catsup, brown sugar, vinegar, and salt. Pour over meat and beans.
3. Bake at 350° for 1 hour

I FUCKING HEART THIS SHIT !!!
It is a good dish for a potluck
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Re: recipe thread

postby bobbawon » 05/06/14 @ 21:51

bigx5murf wrote:Korean BBQ beef short ribs

Fill it 1/5 with soy sauce
4 Tbsp sugar
2 Tbsp honey
4 Tbsp Chinese rice wine
2 tsp Korean toasted sesame oil
2 stalks green onion, minced
1 clove chopped garlic
2 Tbsp roasted sesame seeds
1 tsp ginger root, grated
1/4 tsp dried red pepper flakes

I read the ingredients and was wondering why cola wasn't listed... lol
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postby phillyb™ » 03/16/15 @ 12:45

putting this here cause i will eventually try some of these. recipes in link below.

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