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12-05-2013 07:20 PM
Ace Pounder
Re: Food thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by BroTree123 View Post
What I adore about this pcture and recipe is the little leaf as decoration. It's just hilarious, when you just think of it. What the heck?!
12-05-2013 07:14 PM
Kowchi
Re: Food thread

Bump for Recipe
12-05-2013 10:28 AM
Kowchi
Re: Food thread

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Originally Posted by Ivelina_P View Post
Kowchi,can you post the recipe ITT?
Lo Mein Tofu Stirfry: Ala Kowchi
Serves 4

Ingredients
-1 larger pan
-1/2 cup Olive oil
-1/2 an onion
-3 cloves of Garlic(real preferred, Garlic Powder will work too)
-4 tablespoons of Ginger(real preferred, Powder will work too)
-3 tablespoons of Sugar
-5 shakes of Red Pepper Flake container (Siracha sauce works well too!)
- Soy Sauce (low fat works too)
-(optional) Cornstarch to thicken up sauce
-1 package of Asian noodles (preferably Chow-mein noodles)
-1 Package FIRM Tofu.
-1/4 bag of Spinach
-Veggies of your choice.

Directions
1. Prep Work- (It is important to do these things beforehand, so you are ready to throw them in and things don't burn.)
-Dice up half an onion
-Mince 3 cloves of Garlic
-Turn tofu on it's side and cut into three strips and then flip back over and cut tofu into small squares. I like to cut 4x3. End up with a total of 36 cubes and it looks aesthetically pleasing.
-Cut up any larger veggies into more bite size pieces.
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2. Bring out a large sauce pan (wok if you own one) and turn on stove high heat.
3. Make sure the pan is very hot and then add 1/2 cup olive oil.
Turn on a vent when cooking this! Causes smoke and can lead smoke detector going off, no fun at all
4. When oil starts smoking CAREFULLY put diced onions in oil. If done to fast you can cause a large flame.
5. Immediately after adding onions, add in your spices. 3 cloves minced Garlic, 3 tablespoons Ginger, 5 shakes Red Pepper Flakes or a circle around the pan of Siracha. (If using powders, just use a generous amount. The more spices the better
6. Stir constantly until your onions are sauteed. Aka, become translucent and brown
7. Once onions are sauteed, add in all Tofu and stir often for five minutes. (This helps absorb the flavors of spices and onions) (Be gentle with Tofu, it breaks up easy if you are too rough.)
8. Add in what I like to call a cinnamon bun of soy sauce. Splash in a spiral pattern till you reach the center. Add a bit of water to create more sauce Careful, Hot oil and water will create fire. So add lightly Afterwards add in your 5 tablespoons of sugar and stir often for around 5 minutes.

9. Add in your vegetables of choice once tofu is hot and reduce heat to medium. Stir occasionally until vegetables are soft.
10. Once vegetables are soft reduce to low heat and let sit, stir on occasion
11.In a seperate pan, cook your noodles to your preferred toughness. Should take 4-5 minutes to cook.(Persoanlly I think the softer the noodles the better.)
12. Dump noodles into stirfry and turn up heat to medium and mix around noodles till coated with sauce.
Optional: Add in 1/2 cup of Corn Starch (to get mixture: Add water to corn starch and stir vigorously.) This makes the sauce thicker
13. Turn off heat and add in spinach and mix around. (Still should be hot enough that spinach will wilt)
14. Serve immediately and maybe throw on some chives

Bon Appetite
12-05-2013 10:08 AM
Ivelina_P
Re: Food thread

Kowchi,can you post the recipe ITT?
12-03-2013 04:31 AM
Kowchi
Re: Food thread


how do i print screen

Lo mein, tofu stir fry.
05-25-2013 06:13 PM
Literati
Re: Food thread

Ivelina_P, this looks absolutely delicious!
05-24-2013 03:25 PM
motorhead
Re: Food thread

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Originally Posted by Kat_YYZ View Post
even funnier, the first comment under the recipe
05-23-2013 06:18 PM
Ivelina_P
Re: Food thread



yum yum yum
05-22-2013 06:06 AM
BroTree123
Re: Food thread

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Originally Posted by Kat_YYZ View Post
even funnier, the first comment under the recipe
There's another notable gem further down. Substituting toast for jacket potatoes. I wonder how he can get jacket potatoes into the toaster
05-22-2013 04:20 AM
Kat_YYZ
Re: Food thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by BroTree123 View Post
even funnier, the first comment under the recipe
05-22-2013 03:49 AM
BroTree123
Re: Food thread

LOL.

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/1505633/
05-19-2013 09:42 PM
Literati
Re: Food thread

Something for hot, sunny afternoons. I love it
05-09-2013 08:07 PM
Unforced Terror
Re: Food thread

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Originally Posted by Shinoj View Post
Not sure whether you guys must have tasted it but Biriyani is one of the Most Yum things i have ever tasted.










Its Made of Rice and Meat.
Be a man and use brown REAL rice
05-09-2013 06:27 AM
Kowchi
Re: Food thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by Shinoj View Post
Not sure whether you guys must have tasted it but Biriyani is one of the Most Yum things i have ever tasted.










Its Made of Rice and Meat.
Pelo Rice, Sumac, Lamb?

I made Rabbit Bolgnese in preparation for my trip to Malta
02-22-2013 10:28 AM
Shinoj
Re: Food thread

Not sure whether you guys must have tasted it but Biriyani is one of the Most Yum things i have ever tasted.










Its Made of Rice and Meat.
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