Tempers Share Your Recipes

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Apr 4, 2013

Tempers Share Your Recipes by Devin at 3:13 AM (882 Views / 2 Likes) 21 replies

  1. Devin
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    1. Get package of double stuffed Oreos.
    2. Put them in the freezer for a bit.
    3. Make pancake batter, heat up some oil.
    4. Take Oreos out of freezer, cover in pancake batter, put in oil.
    5. Flip Oreos on each side 3 minutes on each side till golden brown.
    6. Take them out of the oil, place on napkins or something to absorb excess oil.
    7. Sprinkle powdered sugar or whatever for a topping, or eat plain.
    8. Eat when cooled, enjoy your diabetes.

    I know I am.

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    Thank you, I will.
     
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    I cannot reach for the Pepto Bismol fast enough.
     
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    sounds tasty ... why do I always read these things when I'm hungry and have no access to food?
     
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    Tempted to turn this into a share your recipes thread.

    I have tried this with Reeses, and Twix. Reeses melted, as well as the Twix. (You may need a deep freezer to cool them down even more.)
     
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    Deep-fried skittles master race
     
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    You could POSSIBLY do that. But it'd require skill, and a quick hand to keep them from burning.
     
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    You know what they call this outside of America?

    Suicide.
     
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    I can feel an explosion coming on...
     
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    i had a deep fried oreo once and all i have to say is that deep fried cookie dough was the only thing that tops it
     
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    I have a weird recipe, but it's pretty good;

    Mix a can of Tuna with a little bit of Mayo. Then, cook a box of chicken stuffing. Mix them together , and then add green beans.
     
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    I've heard people do the same with kraft dinner (minus the mayo.

    for my recipe...

    1 part potato starch
    4 parts rice flour
    dashes of salt per set.

    mix together and continue mixing while adding water. keep this up till you have slightly thicker than pancake batter
    put in oiled pan an cook like a pancake
    flip as soon as they are solid enough to. they will be done within a minute of this (still soft but firm)
    after remove from pan and repeat for rest of batter.
    you now have gluten free, thin crust pizza dough. To turn these into rice crackers cut to desired sized pieces an pop into the oven till golden brown. can be made into nachos or seasoned. For the pizza wait 3 minutes before adding toppings then wait for golden brown edges.

    This was my comfort food when I went gluten free for lent this year. I do have better recipes but I figured I'd get the healthy option outta the way before I flood this thread with buttery goodness.
     
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    Okay, my recipe :
    1. cook and strain a package of noodles (like macaroni)
    2. throw in a package of spaghetti sauce, tomato soup mix and ketchup (roughly equal portions of each)
    3. mix
    4. serve

    EDIT : 2nd one - just mix a bag of Skittles and M&M's together.
     
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    1) Empty a bag of plain M n Ms into a 16oz pub glass
    2) Fill glass with milk to within an inch of the top
    3) Stir with an iced tea spoon
    4) Enjoy your glass of colored sugar milk and ice cold albino M n Ms afterward.
     
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    you know if you replaced tomato soup with canned milk and ketchup with butter you'd have a simple rose sauce. add cumin to that and you have a poor mans butter chicken sauce.
     
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    cream of mushroom and ground beef is pretty good on noodles, too.
     
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    K this isn't too weird. Nice n easy. For safety, wear a long-sleeve shirt.
    1. Buy a yellow plantain. (it doesn't matter if they're a wee bit bruised or have brown spots)
    2. Cut the stem and bottom off, cut a wee bit on the top to penetrate the skin, then peel off the entire exterior.
    3. Slice up as you would a cucumber but thickly, creating cylindrical slices. (The thicker they are, the harder they will be to cook)
    4. Prepare a frying pan on a stove. Pour oil into pan. (vegetable oil or w/e you like)
    5. Set heat to high on stove. Wait till oil is hot. (a good way to test if it's hot is to cut a piece of the plantain and put it into the oil, the oil is ready if it sizzles)
    6. When oil gets hot, start SLIPPING the plantains into the pan. (don't just throw them in there, the oil will be hot. A splash may cause hot oil to hit you.)
    7. Wait till plantain slices turn brown. Flip them occasionally so they cook evenly.
    8. Remove plantains from frying pan when they are well browned.
    9. Eat with ketchup. (lol)
    Takes about 8-15 minutes (two plantains) depending on how many you're frying.

    If you buy green plantains and do the same thing, you'll get plantain chips. For those, I would recommend putting some salt on 'em unless you like the natural flavor. Yellow plantains are sweet (like bananas), green plantains are starchy (like potatos). When you're frying the green plantains with the same method they will not brown so instead, wait for them to harden and turn crispy.

    Very very easy Spanish recipe for people who can't cook so well and want food fast. :P
     
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    Here's a good one;

    1. Go to your kitchen
    2. Pull out your smartphone
    3. Call Dominoes
    4. Wait 30 minutes
    5. BAM, Pizza

    There you go, quick, easy pizza
     
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    An actual recipe I read on the net one day, and I've been cooking it regularly ever since, everyone who tries it just loves it.
    Based on the ingredients that it requires, I don't know if people will be able to cook that in America.

    Spaghetti Carbonara (for 2)

    Part 1: common carbonara recipe
    - cook spaghetti (you know how to cook noodles right?)
    - fry some lardons, after which keep the lardons in the frying pan but make sure to remove as much oil from it as possible
    - in a separate dish, break 2 eggs and keep the egg yolk only (dispose of the rest as it's not needed)
    - throw in something like 30 grams of grated parmesan cheese into the dish
    - pour about 10 to 20cl worth of "fresh cream" (whipping cream?) and start mixing
    - add spices like pepper, salt, add some french mustard too if you have that

    Part 2: now this is the part where it gets different from the usual carbonara...
    - put the spaghetti in the frying pan together with the lardons
    - pour the cream/egg/cheese mix into it and cook it up for a while
    - you can also add some regular grated cheese like mozarella, cheddar...

    When you're done, it looks like shit, but fuck it's delicious.
    Best noodle recipe that I make. I cook a lot!
     
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